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Dataset for Topological bimeronic beams

Dataset for Topological bimeronic beams
Dataset for Topological bimeronic beams
This dataset supports the publication: Topological bimeronic beams, by Y.Shen in Optics Letters 2021 This Letter proposes a family of structured vector beams, bimeronic beams, that well characterize topological structures of bimeron (the quasiparticle homeomorphic to skyrmion). It is shown that the polarization Stokes vectors of bimeronic beams emulate bimeron structures, which are reconfigurable to form various topological textures by tuning mode parameters. The bimeronic beams unveil a new mechanism to transform diverse topological states of light, similar to the skyrmionic transformations among Néel-, Bloch- and anti-skyrmion types. Moreover, bimeronic transformations are more generalized to include skyrmionic transformations as special cases.
University of Southampton
Shen, Yijie
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Shen, Yijie
42410cf7-8adb-4de6-9175-a1332245c368

Shen, Yijie (2021) Dataset for Topological bimeronic beams. University of Southampton doi:10.5258/SOTON/D1897 [Dataset]

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This dataset supports the publication: Topological bimeronic beams, by Y.Shen in Optics Letters 2021 This Letter proposes a family of structured vector beams, bimeronic beams, that well characterize topological structures of bimeron (the quasiparticle homeomorphic to skyrmion). It is shown that the polarization Stokes vectors of bimeronic beams emulate bimeron structures, which are reconfigurable to form various topological textures by tuning mode parameters. The bimeronic beams unveil a new mechanism to transform diverse topological states of light, similar to the skyrmionic transformations among Néel-, Bloch- and anti-skyrmion types. Moreover, bimeronic transformations are more generalized to include skyrmionic transformations as special cases.

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Published date: 29 June 2021

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Local EPrints ID: 450193
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/450193
PURE UUID: 20904ba2-4e92-48b7-8ebf-386e8921d69e

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Date deposited: 15 Jul 2021 16:36
Last modified: 23 Jul 2021 18:13

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