Broadband plasmonic surfaces and applications
Tok, Rüştü Umut (2014) Broadband plasmonic surfaces and applications. [Thesis]
Broadband plasmonic structures are emergent need for many practical applications. However, plasmonic structures operating in a wide range of frequencies are just a few in the literature. In the last years, there is a tremendous effort to invent novel designs and physical mechanisms to supply the increasing demand for broadband plasmonic structures. This thesis intends to contribute to the literature via addressing the need for broadband plasmonic structures for various emerging applications. To fill this gap in the literature, several novel broadband nano-antenna designs are introduced, their physical mechanisms are interpreted and several practical applications are demonstrated.
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