Abstract

In this work, I present a full analytical theory for the Goos–Hänchen and Imbert–Fedorov shifts experienced by an Airy beam impinging on a dielectric surface. In particular, I will show how the decay parameter α associated with finite energy Airy beams is responsible for the occurrence of giant angular shifts. A comparison with the case of Gaussian beams is also discussed.

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