All-dielectric nanostructures have thrived in recent years as a promising and effective alternative to plasmonic nanoantennas to manipulate light–matter interactions at the nanoscale. With no material dissipation, in principle, and controlled radiation losses, all-dielectric nanostructures support a range of novel resonating phenomena including Mie resonances, bound states in the continuum, and anapole modes. Their advantages have been demonstrated in a range of novel applications (e.g. fluorescence enhancement, nonlinear optics, sensing).
In this thematic issue, we invite contributions on theoretical, numerical, and experimental investigations of various optical phenomena based on all-dielectric nanostructures, with an emphasis on the exploration of new resonating behaviors and novel applications of all-dielectric nanostructures to manipulate optical processes across the whole electromagnetic spectrum.
The submitted manuscripts are expected to contain, but are not limited to, the following topics:
Submission deadline: December 31, 2022
(please contact the guest editors directly if you cannot meet this deadline)
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