Aug 08, 2021

Spawning rings of exceptional points out of Dirac cones | Nature

Exceptional points are singularities in non-Hermitian systems that can produce unusual effects, and it is shown that a Dirac cone in a photonic crystal can generate a continuous ring of exceptional points through flattening the tip of the cone.

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