Hybridised exciton–polariton resonances in core–shell nanoparticles
Journal of Optics
IOP Publishing / European Optical Society
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The goal of nanophotonics is to control and manipulate light at length scales below the di↵raction limit. Typically nanostructured metals are used for this purpose, light being confined by exploiting the surface plasmon-polaritons such structures support. Recently excitonic (molecular) materials have been identified as an alternative candidate material for nanophotonics. Here we use theoretical modelling to explore how hybridisation of surface exciton-polaritons can be achieved through appropriate nanostructuring. We focus on the extent to which the frequency of the hybridised modes can be shifted with respect to the underlying material resonances.
The work was supported in part by the UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council ((EP/K041150/1), and in part by The Leverhulme Trust.
This is the author accepted manuscript. The final version is available from IOP Publishing via the DOI in this record.
Vol. 19, article 035003