Enhancement of magnetooptical effects in nanostructured iron-garnet meta-surface
Department of Physics
The excitation of propagating modes in nanostructured materials is well known to enhance the magnetooptical effects. We propose a novel iron-garnet meta-surface structure and study experimentally the multifold increase of magnetooptical effects in it due to excitation of optical surface waveguide modes. Magnetic meta-surface is fabricated as magnetophotonic crystals with 1D periodicity achieved by etching of 300-nm thick bismuth-substituted iron-garnet film.
2019 Thirteenth International Congress on Artificial Materials for Novel Wave Phenomena (Metamaterials)
Voronov, A. A.,
Ignatyeva, D. O.,
Kozhaev, M. A.,
Belotelov, V. I.
Enhancement of magnetooptical effects in nanostructured iron-garnet meta-surface.
2019 Thirteenth International Congress on Artificial Materials for Novel Wave Phenomena (Metamaterials), 447-449.
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