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Topological bimeronic beams

Topological bimeronic beams
Topological bimeronic beams
A family of structured light, namely bimeronic beams, was proposed to characterize the sophisticated topological structures of bimeron, the quasiparticle homeomorphic to skyrmion. The vector nature of bimeronic beams is not only reconfigurable by tuning topological numbers, unveiling a new mechanism to transform diverse topologies of light (akin to the topological transformations of skyrmion among Néel-, Bloch-, and antiskyrmion types), but also more generalized to include skyrmionic transformations as simple cases.
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Shen, Yijie
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Shen, Yijie
42410cf7-8adb-4de6-9175-a1332245c368

Shen, Yijie (2021) Topological bimeronic beams. Optics Letters, 46 (15), 3737. (doi:10.1364/OL.431122).

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A family of structured light, namely bimeronic beams, was proposed to characterize the sophisticated topological structures of bimeron, the quasiparticle homeomorphic to skyrmion. The vector nature of bimeronic beams is not only reconfigurable by tuning topological numbers, unveiling a new mechanism to transform diverse topologies of light (akin to the topological transformations of skyrmion among Néel-, Bloch-, and antiskyrmion types), but also more generalized to include skyrmionic transformations as simple cases.

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URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/450479
ISSN: 0146-9592
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