Abstract

We present a correction to parts of Fig. 5, Fig. 6 and Fig. 7, relating to the Purcell factors and Lamb shifts, due to an incorrect renormalization used in our custom Fortran code. The resulting corrections to some of the Q-factors are large, but do not affect the conclusions of the original manuscript.

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  1. D. McArthur, B. Hourahine, and F. Papoff, “Enhancing ultraviolet spontaneous emission with a designed quantum vacuum,” Opt. Express 25, 12189–12199 (2017).
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D. McArthur, B. Hourahine, and F. Papoff, “Enhancing ultraviolet spontaneous emission with a designed quantum vacuum,” Opt. Express 25, 12189–12199 (2017).
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Hourahine, B.

D. McArthur, B. Hourahine, and F. Papoff, “Enhancing ultraviolet spontaneous emission with a designed quantum vacuum,” Opt. Express 25, 12189–12199 (2017).
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McArthur, D.

D. McArthur, B. Hourahine, and F. Papoff, “Enhancing ultraviolet spontaneous emission with a designed quantum vacuum,” Opt. Express 25, 12189–12199 (2017).
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Papoff, F.

D. McArthur, B. Hourahine, and F. Papoff, “Enhancing ultraviolet spontaneous emission with a designed quantum vacuum,” Opt. Express 25, 12189–12199 (2017).
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Opt. Express (1)

D. McArthur, B. Hourahine, and F. Papoff, “Enhancing ultraviolet spontaneous emission with a designed quantum vacuum,” Opt. Express 25, 12189–12199 (2017).
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Figures (3)

Fig. 1
Fig. 1 Correction of Fig. 5 in [1]. (a–d) Solid blue lines: Purcell factors for the nanostructures in Figs. 2(a)–2(c) in [1]. (a–b) Dashed red lines: Purcell factors for the substrates without the nanorod. The resonant modes dominate the Purcell factors, but substrates and non-resonant modes determine the non-resonant background that can be seen at all wavelengths. The Q factors for the resonances are: (a) 11.45, 7.44; (b) 10.86, 6.47; (c) 11.94, 7.49
Fig. 2
Fig. 2 Correction of Fig. 6 in [1]. Mode landscapes color coded according to the modal contributions to the Purcell factors, shown in Figs. 1(a)–1(c), for the same nanostructures in Figs. 2(a–c) in [1]. The modal decompositions of the scattering Green’s functions are found using the projectors. The axes of the plots are the same as those in Fig. 3 in [1].
Fig. 3
Fig. 3 Correction of Fig. 7 in [1]. Solid blue lines (a–c): Photonic Lamb shifts of the emitter’s resonance frequency divided by the decay rate Γ0 for the nanostructures in Fig. 2. Dashed red lines (a–b): Photonic Lamb shifts for the substrates without the nanorod. The contribution of the resonant modes to the Photonic Lamb shifts has a dispersive type behaviour that is a consequence of causality.

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