Subwavelength solitons and Faraday waves in two-dimensional lattices of metal nanoparticles
We demonstrate that optically driven two-dimensional lattices of nonlinear metal nanoparticles can support a variety of dissipative localized modes including Faraday ripples, trapped and walking solitons, oscillons, and switching waves connecting different polarization states.
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