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Coupling a single solid-state quantum emitter to an array of resonant plasmonic antennas

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Plasmon resonant arrays or meta-surfaces shape both the incoming optical field and the local density of states for emission processes. They provide large regions of enhanced emission from emitters and greater design flexibility than single nanoantennas. This makes them of great interest for engineering optical absorption and emission. Here we study the coupling of a single quantum emitter, a self-assembled semiconductor quantum dot, to a plasmonic meta-surface. We investigate the influence of the spectral properties of the nanoantennas and the position of the emitter in the unit cell of the structure. We observe a resonant enhancement due to emitter-array coupling in the far-field regime and find a clear difference from the interaction of an emitter with a single antenna.
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hal-01727540 , version 1 (09-03-2018)

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Markus Pfeiffer, Paola Atkinson, Armando Rastelli, Oliver G Schmidt, Harald Giessen, et al.. Coupling a single solid-state quantum emitter to an array of resonant plasmonic antennas. Scientific Reports, 2018, 8, pp.3415. ⟨10.1038/s41598-018-21664-8⟩. ⟨hal-01727540⟩
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