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Welcome to the Nano-Optics website.

What we do, in four images:

Topography
Topography
Magnitude |E|
Magnitude |E|
Phase φ = arg(E(t))
Phase φ = arg(E(t))
Instantaneous field strength ℜ{E(t)}
Instantaneous field strength ℜ{E(t)}

 

We measure plasmonic nano-structures, here gold nano-discs. An atomic force microscope records the topography, while simultaneously our homebuilt apertureless scanning nearfield optical microscope measures the magnitude and phase of the plasmonic eigenmodes of the structures, as they are excited by laser radiation.

And here is how people cite our work:   Citation Distribution per Year as measured by Researcher-ID

Ferienhaus

 
[41] Bottom-Up Tailoring of Plasmonic Nanopeapods Making Use of the Periodical Topography of Carbon

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Adv. Func. Mat., 22 p.5284 (2012).
(used for back cover)
Link to paper

 
[60] Plasmonic antennas, positioning, and coupling of individual quantum systems

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Physica Status Solidi B, 249, 666-677 (2012). (used for cover page)
Link to paper

 
[58] Breaking the Mode Degeneracy of Surface-Plasmon Resonances in a Triangular System

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Langmuir, 28, 8867-8873 (2012).
Link to paper

 
Publishing your research 101

The American Chemical Society is publishing a series on "how-to" publish your results efficiently.

The Individual episodes:

 
[57] Plasmonic grating as a nonlinear converter-coupler

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Optics Express, 20, 1392-1405 (2012).
Link to paper.

 
Writing science papers

Writing_science_papers

A powerpoint presentation I put together in 2006 for the group reatreat of the Kern Department at the Max Planck Institut for solid state research.

 
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