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Andrey B. Evlyukhin

Andrey B. Evlyukhin
LUH

PhD, Dr.Sc.

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Publications (221)
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Strong resonant light scattering by individual spherical Si nanoparticles is experimentally demonstrated, revealing pronounced resonances associated with the excitation of magnetic and electric modes in these nanoparticles. It is shown that the low-frequency resonance corresponds to the magnetic dipole excitation. Due to high permittivity, the magn...
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Periodic structures of spherical silicon particles are analyzed using the coupled-dipole equations for studying optical response features and local electromagnetic fields. The model takes into account the electric and magnetic dipole moments of the particles embedded in a homogeneous dielectric medium. Particles with radius of 65 nm and larger are...
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The application of Cartesian multipoles in irreducible representations provides the possibility to get explicit contributions of the toroidal multipole terms in the extinction and scattering power without the introduction of special form factors. In the framework of the Cartesian multipoles, we obtained multipole decomposition (up to the third orde...
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A general strategy for the realization of electric and magnetic quasi-trapped modes located at the same spectral position is presented. This strategy's application makes it possible to design metasurfaces allowing switching between the electric and magnetic quasi-trapped modes by changing the polarization of the incident light wave. The developed s...
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In the framework of the discrete dipole approximation we develop a theoretical approach that allows the analysis of the role of multipole modes in the extinction and scattering spectra of arbitrary shaped nanoparticles. The main attention is given to the first multipoles including magnetic dipole and electric quadrupole moments. The role of magneti...
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The balance between the mitochondrial respiratory chain activity and the cell's needs in ATP ensures optimal cellular function. Cytochrome c is an essential component of the electron transport chain (ETC), which regulates ETC activity, oxygen consumption, ATP synthesis and can initiate apoptosis. The impact of conformational changes in cytochrome c...
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We demonstrate a general multipole mechanism of the resonant mode trapping effect in metasurfaces composed of MoS2 disk-shaped nanoresonators. The implementation of this mechanism does not require any special irradiation conditions for the incident light or geometrical distortion of the symmetry of the metasurface translation unit cell. It is estab...
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Recent developments in the area of resonant dielectric nanostructures have created attractive opportunities for concentrating and manipulating light at the nanoscale and the establishment of the new exciting field of all-dielectric nanophotonics. Transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDCs) with nanopatterned surfaces are especially promising for these...
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We investigate the optical response of passive (homogeneous) and active (doped by a magnetic-dipole source) silicon nanospheres placed above the gold substrate supporting excitation and propagation of surface plasmon polaritons (SPPs). In the case of the passive system, the influence of the particle electric and magnetic dipole resonances on the ch...
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Progress in developing advanced photonic devices relies on introducing new materials, discovered physical principles, and optimal designs when constructing their components. Optical systems operating on the principles of excitation of extremely high-quality factor trapped modes (also known as the bound states in the continuum, BICs) are of great in...
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Resonant optical responses of anisotropic molybdenum disulfide (MoS2) nanoparticles (NPs) and their two-dimensional arrays (metasurfaces) are investigated. The nanoparticles in the form of disks with holes and with MoS2 layers oriented perpendicular to the disk's basis (in-plane material anisotropy) are considered. Using numerical calculations with...
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Bianisotropy of metaatoms is usually associated with their nonlocal response and the mutual coupling between electric and magnetic dipole moments induced by the incident field. In this work, we generalize the theory of bianisotropy beyond the dipole response to the cases of arbitrary high-order multipole resonances. We demonstrate that bianisotropy...
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The optical anapole state resulting from interference of the electric and toroidal moments is of much interest due to its nonradiating nature. Interference of optical modes supported by a diverse range of Mie-resonant structures has found many applications, such as in biosensors and optical communication. This review provides an overview of the rec...
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Thanks to a high refractive index, giant optical anisotropy, and pronounced excitonic response, bulk transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDCs) have recently been discovered to be an ideal foundation for post‐silicon photonics. The inversion symmetry of bulk TMDCs, on the other hand, prevents their use in nonlinear‐optical processes such as second‐ha...
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Exciting optical effects such as polarization control, imaging, and holography were demonstrated at the nanoscale using the complex and irregular structures of nanoparticles with the multipole Mie-resonances in the optical range. The optical response of such particles can be simulated either by full wave numerical simulations or by the widely used a...
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Recent developments in the area of resonant dielectric nanostructures has created attractive opportunities for the concentrating and manipulating light at the nanoscale and the establishment of new exciting field of all-dielectric nanophotonics. Transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDCs) with nanopatterned surfaces are especially promising for these...
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Nonradiating sources of energy realized under a wave scattering on high-index dielectric nanoparticles have attracted a lot of attention in nano-optics and nanophotonics. They do not emit energy to the far-field, but simultaneously provides strong near-field energy confinement. Near-field wireless power transfer technologies suffer from low efficie...
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The main challenge in near-field wireless power transfer systems is the increase of power transfer efficiency. It can be achieved by reducing ohmic or radiation losses of the resonators included in the system. In this paper, we propose and investigate numerically a non-radiating near-field wireless power transfer system based on transmitter and rec...
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Metalens is a planar device for light focusing. In this work, we design and optimize c-Si nanosphere metalenses working on the magnetic dipole and quadrupole resonances of the c-Si nanoparticle. Resonant optical response of c-Si nanostructures is simulated by the multipole decomposition method along with the zero-order Born approximation. Limitatio...
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Born series formalism is a widely-used approach to solve a scattering problem in quantum mechanics and optics, including a problem of electromagnetic scattering on the ensembles of Mie-resonant nanoparticles. In the latter case, the Born series formalism can be used when the electromagnetic coupling between nanoparticles is weak. This can be violat...
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The electromagnetic response of silicon triangle nanoprisms in the near-infrared region is investigated. It is revealed that the bianisotropic dipole approximation is insufficient for this geometry since the direct application of the Onsager-Casimir symmetry rule to the dipole response leads to a contradictory conclusion. We show that to resolve th...
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In the present paper, the collective near-field effects in a two-graphene sheets plasmonic waveguide loaded with an array of Ag$_2$Se quantum dots excited by external radiation are theoretically studied. This research aims to develop a theoretical approach to realizing controllable excitation and the propagation of surface plasmon polaritons (SPPs)...
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Light-matter interaction can be significantly enhanced in plasmonic nanoparticles and nanostructures, as the latter give rise to high-field localization and enhancement. This feature issue highlights six contributions on recent advances in plasmonics, hot-electron dynamics, quantum surface and tunneling effects, as well as their applications, with...
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We investigate the resonant optical response of single material-anisotropic nanopar-ticles (NPs) of molybdenum disulfide (MoS 2) and their two-dimensional arrays (meta-surfaces) irradiated by plane waves of the telecomunication optical range. Nanoparticles in the form of a disk with centered and shifted hole are considered. Using the recently exper...
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It is well-known that a quantum of light (photon) has a zero mass in vacuum. Entering into a medium the photon creates a quasiparticle (polariton, plasmon, surface-phonon, surface-plasmon polariton, etc.) whose rest mass is generally not zero. In this letter, devoted to the memory of Mark Stockman, we evaluate the rest mass of light-induced surface...
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The research aim of this study is the development of a theoretical semiclassical model of the controllable excitation and propagation of surface plasmon polaritons (SPPs) in planar graphene waveguides by the application of external voltage. The model is based on the numerical solution of the SPP's dispersion equation formulated for a system includi...
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We investigate the applicability of the coupled multipole model and its modification in the framework of the zero-order Born approximation for modeling of light focusing by finite-size nanostructures of silicon nanospheres, supporting electric and magnetic dipole and quadrupole resonances. The results based on the analytical approximations are veri...
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The existence of classical nonradiating electromagnetic sources is one of the puzzling questions to date. Here, we investigate radiation properties of physical systems composed of a single ultrahigh permittivity dielectric hollow disk excited by electric or magnetic pointlike dipole antennas, placed inside the inner bore. Using analytical and numer...
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Exciting optical effects such as polarization control, imaging, and holography were demonstrated at the nanoscale using the complex and irregular structures of nanoparticles with the multipole Mie-resonances in the optical range. The optical response of such particles can be simulated either by full wave numerical simulations or by the widely used...
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A general strategy for the realization of electric and magnetic quasi-trapped modes located at the same spectral position is presented. This strategy's application makes it possible to design metasurfaces allowing switching between the electric and magnetic quasi-trapped modes by changing the polarization of the incident light wave. The developed s...
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A general strategy for the realization of electric and magnetic quasi-trapped modes located at the same spectral position is presented. This strategy's application makes it possible to design metasurfaces allowing switching between the electric and magnetic quasi-trapped modes by changing the polarization of the incident light wave. The developed s...
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Modern nanophotonics has witnessed the rise of “electric anapoles” (EDAs), destructive interferences of electric and toroidal electric dipoles, actively exploited to resonantly decrease radiation from nanoresonators. However, the inherent duality in Maxwell equations suggests the intriguing possibility of “magnetic anapoles,” involving a nonradiati...
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The phenomenon of anapole has attracted considerable attention in the field of metamaterials as a possible realization of radiationless objects. We comprehensively study this phenomenon in the cluster-based systems of dielectric particles by considering conditions of anapole manifestation in both single trimers of disk-shaped particles and metamate...
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Molybdenum disulfide (MoS2) is a layered material of transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDCs) with a high refractive index in the visible and infrared spectral range. Therefore, by constructing MoS2 into dielectric nanoresonators, one can generate highly confined electromagnetic Mie-type modes. In this work, we applied lithography and etching techn...
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Herein, we investigate symmetry-protected toroidal dipole resonances and conditions of their excitation in a new type of electromagnetic metamaterials. These metamaterials are all-dielectric planar periodic arrays of dielectric disks disposed on a dielectric substrate. The elementary building blocks of the array are trimers which are distributed in...
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Anapole state, accompanied by strong suppression of light scattering, has attracted extensive attention in recent years due to its supreme performances in enhancing both linear and nonlinear optical effects. Although both low- and high-order anapole states are observed in the dielectric particles with high-refractive index, so far few studies touch...
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We investigate theoretically and numerically the light focusing by finite-size silicon nanostructures. The structural element is a sphere supporting dipole and quadrupole resonances of both electric and magnetic types. Our analytical model is based on the coupled multipole model (CMM) when the optical response of every particle in the structure is...
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In this Perspective, we outline the recent progress, primary achievements, and further directions in the development of high refractive index nanostructures and metasurfaces. In particular, we review the role of multipole lattice effects in resonant properties of underlying nanostructures and nanophotonic elements in detail. Planar optical designs...
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Herein, we investigate the symmetry-protected toroidal dipole resonances and conditions of their excitation in a new type of electromagnetic metamaterials. These metamaterials are all-dielectric planar periodic arrays of dielectric disks disposed on a dielectric substrate. The elementary building blocks of the array are trimers which are distribute...
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The balance between the mitochondrial respiratory chain activity and the cell’s needs in ATP ensures optimal cellular function. Cytochrome c is an essential component of the electron transport chain (ETC), which regulates ETC activity, oxygen consumption, ATP synthesis and can initiate apoptosis. The impact of conformational changes in cytochrome c...
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The possible existence of non-radiating sources is very important for various branches of science from medical imaging to dark matter. Recently, anapole states have been reported as one of the interesting types of non-radiating sources in the microwave and optical domains. Many efforts to develop and use them in different aspects such as lasing, me...
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The Born series method is a classical approach to describe the properties of various physical systems. Despite the tremendous advantage of this approach which leads to save the time of complicated systems simulation, it has an assumption in the origin about a small value that can be treated as a decomposition parameter. This fact brings strong limi...
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Tuning electric and magnetic response of dielectric structures at the nanoscale is a very important task nowadays. Multipole decomposition is a useful instrument to analyze and then control an opical response. Here we show the way to excite magnetic octupole moment by nanostructuring dielectric scatterer in near-IR spectral range. This response lea...
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In material science, multiferroics attract significant interest due to their broad functionality originating from the ability to maintain an interaction between the magnetic and electric polarizability of matter (magnetoelectric effect). The lack of natural multiferroics usable at optical frequencies has led to the search for various approaches to...
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The existence of non‐radiating electromagnetic sources attracts much attention in photonic community and gives rise to extensive discussions of various applications in lasing, medical imaging, sensing, and nonlinear optics. In this article, the existence of magnetic anapole states (or magnetic‐type non‐radiating sources) characterized by a suppress...
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Many experiments in modern quantum optics require the implementation of lightweight and near-perfect reflectors for noise reduction and high sensitivity. Another important application of low mass and high reflectivity mirrors is related to the development of solar or laser-driven light sails for acceleration of ultra-light spacecrafts to relativist...
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Modern nanophotonics has witnessed the rise of "electric anapoles", destructive interferences of electric dipoles and toroidal electric dipoles, actively exploited to cancel electric dipole radiation from nanoresonators. However, the inherent duality of Maxwell's equations suggests the intriguing possibility of "magnetic anapoles", involving a nonr...
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Nanoantennas made of high-index semiconductors with a strong nonlinearity and supported optical Mie-type resonances offer a promising alternative platform for non- linear nanophotonics. In this letter, we employ an array of amorphous silicon nanodisks with varying diameters to produce a broadband deep-ultraviolet third harmonic of a few-cycle Ti:sa...
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Controlled and reliable field enhancement (FE) effects associated with the excitation of plasmons in resonant metal nanostructures constitute an essential prerequisite for the development of various sensing configurations, especially those utilizing surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) spectroscopy techniques. Leveraging advantages of random na...
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Magnetoelectric dipole coupling effects in all-dielectric metasurfaces composed of particles with bianisotropic electromagnetic response are investigated. This bianisotropic response is associated with the trapped mode excitation. Maintaining the trapped mode resonant conditions allows one to sufficiently increase the quality factor and reduce radi...
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The ability to manipulate electric and magnetic components of light at the nanoscale delivered by dielectric and semiconductor components is paving the way towards novel types of sources and nanoantennae with exceptional electromagnetic signatures, flexible and tunable metasurface architectures, enhanced light harvesting structures, etc. Recently,...
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The development of new approaches to tuning the resonant magnetic response of simple all‐dielectric nanostructures is very important in modern nanophotonics. Here, it is shown that a resonant magnetic octupole (MOCT) response can be obtained by dividing a solid rectangular silicon block to a quadrumer structure with the introduction of narrow gaps...
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Here we use multipole decomposition approach to study optical properties of a silicon nanocylinder in different lossless media. We show that resonant peaks of multipole moments experience red shift, smoothing and broadening. Worth noting that electric multipoles experience bigger red shift than their magnetic counterparts. Our results can be applie...
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The ability of all-dielectric nanostructures to perform exotic photonics effects is with superior efficiency compared to their metallic counterparts. Free from joules losses, high-index dielectrics support comparable excitation of electric and magnetic resonances and pave a way to advanced technologies of light energy manipulation. One of the most...
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All-dielectric nanophotonics attracts more and more attention nowadays due to the possibility to control and configure light scattering on high-index semiconductor nanoparticles. It opens a room of opportunities for the designing novel types of nanoscale elements and devices, and paves a way to advanced technologies of light energy manipulation. On...
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Multipole decomposition is a powerful tool for analysis of electromagnetic systems. This work considers high order irreducible Cartesian multipole moments in approximation of electric 32-pole and magnetic 16-pole. The explicit contributions to scattering of high order toroidal moments up to toroidal electric octupole and toroidal magnetic quadrupol...
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Dielectric nanophotonics is the modern and very relevant field of optics. In this work we use the recently reported Cartesian multipole decomposition approach for all-dielectric metasurfaces [1] to study optical properties of the silicon metasurface at the nanoscale. This metasurface consists of crystalline silicon cubes rotated by 45° around the a...
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The ability to control scattering directionality of nanoparticles is in high demand for many nanophotonic applications. One of the challenges is to design nanoparticles producing pure high-order multipole scattering (e.g., octopole, hexadecapole), whose contribution is usually negligible compared to strong low-order multipole scattering (i.e., dipo...
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To construct a dielectric analog of a spaser, we study several configurations of cluster-based unit cells for an all-dielectric metasurface characterized by resonant conditions of the trapped mode excitation. Excitation of the trapped mode is realized by performing either specific displacement of particles in the cluster or perturbation of the equi...
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The ability to control scattering directionality of nanoparticles is in high demand for many nanophotonic applications. One of the challenges is to design nanoparticles producing pure high-order multipole scattering (e.g., octopole, hexadecapole), whose contribution is usually negligible compared to strong low-order multipole scattering (i.e., dipo...
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The directional scattering in low-index dielectric nanoparticles is hard to detect, as the multipole resonances are weak. With surface plasmon polariton (SPP) induced multipole moments, we observed the directional SPP scattering by single polystyrene nanoparticles.