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In this work, a novel all-dielectric metasurface made of arrayed circular slots etched in a silicon layer is proposed and theoretically investigated. The structure is designed to support both Mie-type multipolar resonances and symmetry-protected bound states in the continuum (BIC). Specifically, the metasurface consists of interrupted circular slots, following the paradigm of complementary split-ring resonators. This configuration allows both silicon-on-glass and free-standing metasurfaces and the arc length of the split-rings provides an extra tuning parameter. The nature of both BIC and non-BIC resonances supported by the metasurface is investigated by employing the Cartesian multipole decomposition technique. Thanks to the non-radiating nature of the quasi-BIC resonance, extremely high Q-factor responses are calculated, both by fitting the simulated transmittance spectra to an extended Fano model and by an …
Optical Society of America
Publication date: 
29 Mar 2021

JF Algorri, F Dell’Olio, P Roldán-Varona, L Rodríguez-Cobo, JM López-Higuera, JM Sánchez-Pena, DC Zografopoulos

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Volume: 29 Issue: 7 Pages: 10374-10385
Optics Express