In this paper we investigate the effect of a static magnetic field and of optical pumping on the transmittance of a hybrid graphene-split ring resonator metasurface. A significant modulation of the transmitted spectra is obtained, both by optical pumping, and by a combination of optical pumping and magnetostatic biasing. The transmittance modulation features spectral fingerprints that are characteristic of a non-Trivial interplay between the bare graphene response and the split ring resonance.

Ultrafast optical modulation of magneto-optical terahertz effects occurring in a graphene-loaded resonant metasurface

TREDICUCCI, ALESSANDRO
2016

Abstract

In this paper we investigate the effect of a static magnetic field and of optical pumping on the transmittance of a hybrid graphene-split ring resonator metasurface. A significant modulation of the transmitted spectra is obtained, both by optical pumping, and by a combination of optical pumping and magnetostatic biasing. The transmittance modulation features spectral fingerprints that are characteristic of a non-Trivial interplay between the bare graphene response and the split ring resonance.
Low-Dimensional Materials and Devices 2016
Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering
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Graphene; Magneto-Optic; Metasurface; Split-Ring; Terahertz; Electronic; Optical and Magnetic Materials; Condensed Matter Physics; Computer Science Applications1707 Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition; Applied Mathematics; Electrical and Electronic Engineering
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