Abstract

Metal-insulator-metal based epsilon-near-zero (ENZ) metamaterials are shown to support optical modes localized in the vicinity of a polarizable defect. ENZ-based infrared absorbers are fabricated using SiC and electrically controlled quantum wells structures.

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