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Plasmonic Manipulation of Light for Sensing and Photovoltaic Applications
Plasmonics is a successful new field of science and technology that exploits the exclusive optical properties of metallic nanostructures to manipulate and concentrate light at nano-meter length scales. When light hits the ...
Third Harmonic Generation from Aligned Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes
Optical properties of single-wall carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs) have been extensively studied during the last decade, and much basic knowledge has been accumulated on how light emission, scattering, and absorption occur in the ...
The transition from a TEM-like mode to a plasmonic mode in finite-width THz parallel-plate waveguides
By the near-field measurement of the electric field distribution inside the finite width THz parallel plate waveguide, we find the transition from conventional diffractive TEM-like mode to plasmonic mode. This mode transition ...
Plasmon coupling between a gold colloid and a gold film and its implications on tip enhanced Raman spectroscopy
Engineering of plasmon resonances is important for a variety of applications, including but not limited to surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS) and near field scanning optical microscopy (NSOM). Of special interest ...
Compact models for nanophotonic structures and on -chip interconnects
Over the last few years, scaling in deep submicron technologies has shifted the paradigm from device-dominated to interconnect-dominated design methodology. Consequently, there is an increasing interest towards the ...