Photonic topological edge states in metallic and alldielectric structures
Topological properties play a fundamental role in many physical phenomena. One of the examples from condensed matter physics is the recently discovered, novel, nontrivial phase of matter called topological insulators. Alternatively, photonics offer a unique platform for emulation of condensed matter systems in a simple and controllable way. Recently, there has been a burst of interest in exploring topological orders with photons, with the discovery of a new class of nontrivial states in...[Show more]
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