Silicon nanoantenna for controlling the polarization direction of radiation from standalone quantum light source

Physical optics

The emission control of standalone quantum sources has recently attracted the interest of the scientific community due to the growing technological capabilities for fabrication and on-demand positioning of these emitters. Here we report on simulation of silicon-oninsulator prismatic nanoantenna possessing resonantly induced bianisotropy that provides a strong dependence of its emission on the location of the quantum emitter inside the system. Obtained results could potentially be used in sensing, nanoscale light control, and quantum computing applications.