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9 November 2016 Multi-spectral black meta-infrared detectors (Conference Presentation)
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There is an increased emphasis on obtaining imaging systems with on-demand spectro-polarimetric information at the pixel level. Meta-infrared detectors in which infrared detectors are combined with metamaterials are a promising way to realize this. The infrared region is appealing due to the low metallic loss, large penetration depth of the localized field and the larger feature sizes compared to the visible region. I will discuss approaches to realize multispectral detectors including our recent work on double metal meta-material design combined with Type II superlattices that have demonstrated enhanced quantum efficiency (collaboration with Padilla group at Duke University).
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Sanjay Krishna "Multi-spectral black meta-infrared detectors (Conference Presentation)", Proc. SPIE 9920, Active Photonic Materials VIII, 992002 (9 November 2016); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2235101
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