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Artificial Gauge Fields and Photonic Topological Phenomena

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Abstract

Artificial gauge fields allow unprecedented control of light flow in photonic systems, enabling the observation of topological insulators and other topological phenomena in photonics. We present an overview of this area along with new results.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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