Recent developments in the physics of high-index resonant dielectric nanostructures suggest alternative mechanisms for subwavelength light control driven by Mie resonances with a strong magnetic response that can be employed for the design of novel optical metasurfaces. Here we demonstrate metasurfaces based on nanoimprinted perovskite films optimized by alloying the organic cation part of perovskites. We reveal that such metasurfaces can exhibit a significant enhancement of both linear and nonlinear photoluminescence (up to 70 times) combined with advanced stability. Our results suggest a cost-effective approach based on nanoimprint lithography and combined with simple chemical reactions for creating a new generation of functional metasurfaces that may pave the way toward highly efficient planar optoelectronic metadevices.
- Mie resonances