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Selected Topics in Solid-State Electronics: Subwavelength Nanophotonics and Plasmonics

ECE 547B/MSE 557

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An introductory course for the first and second year graduate students to understand the theory and application of the photonic materials and devices, which have feature size smaller than the wavelength of light, termed "subwavelength photonics (SWP) or "subwavelength optical elements" (SOE). The subwavelength materials/devices include dielectric and metallic (plasmonic) structures. Main topics covered: 1. rigorous Maxwell theory for SWPs, 2. mean-field theory for SWPs, 3. non-resonant SWPs, 4. resonant SWPs 5. applications of SWP devices and 6. numerical simulation.
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Section L01