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Helical light emission from plasmonic vortices via magnetic tapered tip Maccaferri, Nicolò ; ; in Journal of Physics. Conference Series (2018), 961 We investigate an architecture where a plasmonic vortex excited in a gold surface propagates on an adiabatically tapered magnetic tip and detaches to the far-field while carrying a well-defined optical ... [more ▼] We investigate an architecture where a plasmonic vortex excited in a gold surface propagates on an adiabatically tapered magnetic tip and detaches to the far-field while carrying a well-defined optical angular momentum. We analyze the out-coming light and show that, despite generally high losses of flat magnetic surface, our 3D structure exhibits high energy throughput. Moreover, we show that once a magneto-optical activity is activated inside the magnetic tip a modulation of the total power transmittance is possible. [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 51 (1 UL)The low-dimensional algebraic cohomology of the Witt and the Virasoro algebra Ecker, Jill Marie-Anne ; Schlichenmaier, Martin in Journal of Physics. Conference Series (2018) Detailed reference viewed: 59 (6 UL)Asymmetries in the spectral density of an interaction-quenched Luttinger liquid Calzona, Alessio ; ; et al in Journal of Physics. Conference Series (2018) The spectral density of an interaction-quenched one-dimensional system is investigated. Both direct and inverse quench protocols are considered and it is found that the former leads to stronger effects on ... [more ▼] The spectral density of an interaction-quenched one-dimensional system is investigated. Both direct and inverse quench protocols are considered and it is found that the former leads to stronger effects on the spectral density with respect to the latter. Such asymmetry is directly reflected on transport properties of the system, namely the charge and energy current flowing to the system from a tunnel coupled biased probe. In particular, the injection of particles from the probe to the right-moving channel of the system is considered. The resulting fractionalization phenomena are strongly affected by the quench protocol and display asymmetries in the case of direct and inverse quench. Transport properties therefore emerge as natural probes for the observation of this quench-induced behavior. [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 33 (0 UL)The generalized Cauchy relation: a probe for local structure in materials with isotropic symmetry. ; ; Baller, Jörg et al in Journal of Physics. Conference Series (2006), 40 The elastic properties of the isotropic state of condensed matter are given by the elastic constants ell and c44. In the liquid state the static shear stiffness c44 vanishes whereas at sufficient high ... [more ▼] The elastic properties of the isotropic state of condensed matter are given by the elastic constants ell and c44. In the liquid state the static shear stiffness c44 vanishes whereas at sufficient high probe frequencies a dynamic shear stiffness may appear. In that latter case the question about the existence of a Cauchy relation appears. It will be shown that a pure Cauchy relation can appear only under special conditions which are rarely fulfilled. For all investigated materials, including ceramics, liquids and glasses, a linear relation between ell and c44 called generalized Cauchy relation is observed, which, surprisingly, follows a linear transformation. [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 93 (9 UL) |
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