Plasmonic hybrids

The extraordinary optical properties of structured metallic (plasmonic) substrates are combined with the morphological flexibility and optoelectronic tunability of organic materials in the combination of ‘plasmonic hybrids’. 

Recent publication

”Surface plasmon polariton excitation by second harmonic generation in single organic nanofibers”, Simesen, P., Søndergaard, T., Skovsen, E., Fiutowski, J., Rubahn, H-G., Bozhevolnyi, S. I. & Pedersen, K. Optics Express. 23(2015)16356.

Basic publications

”Surface Plasmon Polariton Emission Prompted by Organic Nanofibers on Thin Gold Films”, Til Leißner, Kasper Thilsing-Hansen, Christoph Lemke, Stephan Jauernik, Jakob Kjelstrup-Hansen, Michael Bauer, and Horst-Günter Rubahn. Plasmonics 7(2012)253.

“Morphological tuning of the plasmon dispersion in dielectric-loaded nanofiber waveguides”, Till Leißner, Christoph Lemke, Jacek Fiutowski, Jörn W. Radke, Alwin Klick, Luciana Tavares, Jakob Kjelstrup-Hansen, Horst-Günter Rubahn, and Michael Bauer, Phys.Rev.Letters (2013) 111(4):046802.

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