Abstract

Coherent control on the nanoscale has gained a lot of interest in the last years in theory [1] and experiment [2,3], In this work we present a new method of coherent control of the material polarization in a nanoplasmonic system within a few tens of femtoseconds. We show that the polarization can be turned off completely at any desired time after excitation and it remains off.

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