Halide-Perovskite Resonant Nanophotonics



Halide perovskites have emerged recently as promising materials for many applications in photovoltaics and optoelectronics. Recent studies of optical properties of halide perovskites suggest many novel opportunities for a design of advanced nanophotonic devices due to their low-cost fabrication, relatively high values of the refractive index, existence of excitons at room temperatures, broadband bandgap tunability, high optical gain, and strong nonlinear response, as well as simplicity of their integration with other types of optical and electronic structures. This paper provides an overview of the recent progress in the study of optical effects originating from nanostructured perovskites, and it also oversees a range of potential applications of resonant nanophotonics with halide perovskites.


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Nanophotonics, Halogen compounds, Nanostructures, Electronic structure, Quantum optics, Refractive index, Perovskite


Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation. Grant Number: 16.8939.2017/8.9; Russian Science Foundation. Grant Number: 17‐73‐20336; Welch Foundation. Grant Number: 16‐17.


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