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Engineered Nonlinearities in Transparent Conducting Oxides

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Towards the fabrication of all-dielectric nanophotonic devices with tunable capabilities, we combined interband and intraband nonlinearities in aluminum-doped zinc oxide thin films thus enlarging the material bandwidth and gaining ultra-fast control over the transmitted spectrum.

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