Our paper is on the cover of Advanced Optical Materials (impact factor of 8.286)


Our paper entitled "All‐Optical Polarization‐Controlled Nanosensor Switch Based on Guided‐Wave Surface Plasmon Resonance via Molecular Overtone Excitations in the Near‐Infrared" by Alina Karabchevsky, Adir Hazan and Aliaksei Dubavik, is on the cover of Advanced Optical Materials (impact factor of 8.286)!

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Semiconductor transistor‐sensors are considered the most widely manufactured device in history. Being invented to switch electronic signals they revolutionized electronics. However, electric switches are hampered by damage from very brief electrical and thermal effects or electromagnetic interference. In our manuscript, we report a revolutionary all‐optical sensor switch, engineered to operate at telecommunication wavelengths, caused by the excitation of molecular overtones in a unique hybrid plasmonic–dielectric configuration