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Localization and delocalization of light in photonic moiré lattices

Author
Wang, P.; Zheng, Y.; Chen, X.; Huang, C.; Kartashov, Y.V.; Torner, L.; Konotop, V.; Ye, F.
Type of activity
Journal article
Journal
Nature
Date of publication
2020-01-02
Volume
577
First page
42
Last page
46
DOI
10.1038/s41586-019-1851-6
Repository
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/178335 Open in new window
URL
https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-019-1851-6 Open in new window
Abstract
Moiré lattices consist of two superimposed identical periodic structures with a relative rotation angle. Moiré lattices have several applications in everyday life, including artistic design, the textile industry, architecture, image processing, metrology and interferometry. For scientific studies, they have been produced using coupled graphene–hexagonal boron nitride monolayers1,2, graphene–graphene layers3,4 and graphene quasicrystals on a silicon carbide surface5. The recent surge of int...
Citation
Wang, P. [et al.]. Localization and delocalization of light in photonic moiré lattices. "Nature", 2 January 2020, vol. 577, p. 42-46.
Keywords
Electronics, Optics and photonics, Photonics and device physics
Group of research
FOTONICA - Photonics Research Group

Participants

  • Wang, Peng  (author)
  • Zheng, Yuanlin  (author)
  • Chen, Xianfeng  (author)
  • Huang, Changming  (author)
  • Kartashov, Yaroslav V.  (author)
  • Torner Sabata, Lluis  (author)
  • Konotop, Vladimir V.  (author)
  • Ye, Fangwei  (author)

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