Abstract

Resonant enhancement of second-harmonic generation (SHG) intensity from a thin metal film is demonstrated in a Tamm plasmon-polariton mode excited at a metal/photonic crystal interface using nonlinear spectroscopy. Nonlinear effects enhancement in proposed structures exhibit strong polarization dependence (1:200 for the orthogonal fundamental polarizations). SHG enhancement factor evinces considerable angular dependence, rising from 50 for the 45° angle of incidence to 170 for the 10° angle of incidence. The results are analyzed numerically using a nonlinear transfer matrix technique. The findings elucidate the potential of Tamm plasmon-polaritons in the nonlinear optical applications.

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