Abstract

Epsilon-near-zero (ENZ) materials are attracting significant attraction for a number of applications ranging from novel waveguiding structures to tailoring and enhancement of dipole emission [1,2]. ENZ properties have also been theoretically studied in the context of the optical nonlinearities, showing that they could potentially offer a route to exploiting remarkably high nonlinear effects [3,4].

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