Abstract

The concept of an ultra-thin metasurface made of single layer of only-dielectric disks for successful phase control over a full range is demonstrated. Conduction loss is avoided compared to its plasmonic counterpart. The interaction of the Mie resonances of the first two modes of the dielectric particles, magnetic and electric dipoles, is tailored by the dimensions of the disks, providing required phase shift for the transmitted beam from 0° to 360°, together with high transmission efficiency. The successful performance of a beam-tilting array and a large-scale lens functioning at 195 THz demonstrates the ability of the dielectric metasurface that is thin and has also high efficiency of more than 80%. Such configurations can serve as outstanding alternatives for plasmonic metasurfaces especially that it can be a scalable design.

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