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Optical nanoantennas

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a ITMO University, Kronverksky Pr. 49, bldg. A, St.Petersburg, 197101, Russian Federation
b Nonlinear Physics Centre, Research School of Physical Sciences and Engineering, Australian National University, Mlls Road, Bldng 59, Canberra, 0200, Australia
c Aalto University, School of Electrical Engineering, P.O. Box 11000, Aalto, FI-00076, Finland

The review is devoted to one of the most rapidly developing area of modern optics — optical nanoantennas. Been formulated a general concept of optical nanoantennas and main characteristics that are relevant to this science direction. Accordingly to our classification two main groups of nanoantennas — metal and dielectric (including semiconductors) — are defined. For both groups a literature review is performed. An overview of non-linear optical nanoantennas is provides. Main practical application of nanoantennas and their perspectives are discussed.

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PACS: 42.79.Gn, 68.37.Uv, 73.20.Mf, 84.40.Ba (all)
DOI: 10.3367/UFNe.0183.201306a.0561
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Citation: Krasnok A E, Maksymov I S, Denisyuk A I, Belov P A, Miroshnichenko A E, Simovskii C R, Kivshar Yu S "Optical nanoantennas" Phys. Usp. 56 539–564 (2013)
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Received: 28th, June 2012, revised: 21st, November 2012, 23rd, November 2012

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