Optical seminar | 04 December 2020
Hybrid metal/dielectric nano-antennas have attracted high attention due to the combination of strong field enhancement induced by metal and low-loss, inherent magnetic resonance feature of dielectrics. We have numerically and experimentally investigated the linear and nonlinear properties of various hybrid nanosystems. They show high potential in single-photon integration and sensing applications.
Ionic migration in perovskite is considered a negative process, which leads to devices’ performance decreasing. This report demonstrates the positive properties of ionic migration, its behavior research, and possible application in devices.