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Sensitivity of resonance properties of all-dielectric multilayers driven by statistical fluctuations

Abstract : In photonics and emerging fields of quantum and topological materials, increasing demands are placed upon the state and control of electromagnetic fields. Dielectric multilayer materials may be designed and optimized to possess extremely sharp spectral and angular photonic resonances allowing for the creation of fields orders of magnitude larger than the exciting field. With enhancements of 10 4 and higher, the extreme nature of these resonances places high constraints on the statistical properties of the physical and optical characteristics of the materials. To what extent the spectral and angular shifts occur as a result of fluctuations in the refractive indices and morphologies of the involved low-loss subdomains have not been considered previously. Here, we present how parameter variations such as those caused by fluctuations in deposition rate, yielding bias, random and compensated errors, may affect the resonance properties of low-loss all-dielectric stacks.
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Aude L. Lereu, F. Lemarchand, M. Zerrad, D. Niu, V. Aubry, et al.. Sensitivity of resonance properties of all-dielectric multilayers driven by statistical fluctuations. Optics Express, Optical Society of America, 2019, 27 (21), pp.30654. ⟨10.1364/OE.27.030654⟩. ⟨hal-02322711⟩

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