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Magneto-Optical effects and scattering properties of plasmons in graphene

AuthorsMartín-Moreno, Luis
Issue Date2018
CitationWorkshop on Analysis, Modeling, and Computation for Nanoscale Systems (2018)
AbstractOne of the remarkable properties of graphene is that is supports electromagnetic modes (known as graphene plasmons), which can be electrically controlled by applying an external bias. These modes are extremely bounded, which makes them ideal for applications such as sensing. Interestingly, under a perpendicular magnetic field graphene provides record per-atom rotation of the polarization of light (Faraday rotation), which may lead to ultra-compact optical isolators. In this talk I analyze two basic problems: (i) how to improve the Faraday rotation provided by graphene by using graphene plasmons and internal gauge fields and (ii) the scattering of graphene plasmons by conductivity and topographic defects.
DescriptionResumen del trabajo presentado al Workshop on Analysis, Modeling, and Computation for Nanoscale Systems, celebrado en Ontario (Canadá) del 28 al 31 de mayo de 2018.
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