Abstract

A hybrid Tamm plasmonic system is proposed to investigate light manipulation at near-infrared frequency. The numerical results reveal that two remarkable absorption peaks are generated due to the different types of resonant modes excited in the structure, which can be well explained theoretically by guided-mode resonance (GMR) and Tamm plasmon polaritons. It is found that the electromagnetic energy can be easily trapped in different parts of the structure. More importantly, strong interaction between the two modes can be achieved by adjusting the structure period or incident angle, resulting in obvious mode hybridization and exhibiting unique energy-transfer characteristics. In addition, the active modulation of GMR-based absorption can be controlled in a continuous type by tuning the polarization angle or in a jump type by adjusting the chemical potential of graphene. This work should be useful for developing many high-performance optoelectronic devices, including sensors, modulators, detectors, etc.

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