Session Index

Nanophotonic Materials and Devices

Plasmonics
Saturday, Dec. 5, 2015  13:10-14:40
Chair: Ta-Jen Yen,Chen, Shiuan-Yeh
Room: Delta 105(1F)
Notes:
13:10 - 13:40 Paper No.  2015-SAT-S0104-I001
Invited Speaker:
Tao Li
Ingenious plasmonics: routing the light in-plane and out of plane


 
13:40 - 13:55 Paper No.  2015-SAT-S0104-O001
You-Xin Huang Millimeter-sized ultra-smooth single-crystalline gold flakes for large-area plasmonic applications


We present a method for synthesizing millimeter-sized single-crystalline gold flakes, which may serve as atomically flat substrate for the fabrication of large-area plasmonic devices. We study the influence of various experimental conditions on the flake size. The enormous size, atomically smooth surface and well-defined crystallinity of the flakes offer opportunities to achieve high performance complex plasmonic optical nanocircuits.

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13:55 - 14:10 Paper No.  2015-SAT-S0104-O002
Chi-Fan Hsiao Influences of Rod Width and Gap Distance on the Optical Properties of RDR Metallic Nanostructure


The Influences of rod width and gap distance on the optical properties of rod-dimer/ring (RDR) metallic nanostructure are numerically investigated. Smaller rod width and gap distance can enable stronger lightning and gap effects, which can induce significant localized and enhanced near-field intensity for various plasmonic applications.

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14:10 - 14:25 Paper No.  2015-SAT-S0104-O003
Zih-Wei Huang Temperature dependent colors of nanoparticle embedded stained glass


In this paper, the colors of a nanoparticle embedded stained glass as a function of environmental temperature is analyzed using Mie theory and temperature dependent ellipsometer. The stained consists of glass the isolated Au nanoparticle with a diameter of 10nm. It is found that the color of the stained glass becomes colorless as it is heated.

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14:25 - 14:40 Paper No.  2015-SAT-S0104-O004
Zih-Ying Yang Titanium Nitride Alternative Plasmonic Materials Fabrication with High-power Impulse Magnetron Sputtering


In this study, 40 nm TiN thin films were deposited on B270 glass by reactive high power impulse magnetron sputtering (HiPIMS) at room temperature. When the power increases from 80W to 300W, the denser polycrystalline TiN thin films could be prepared at room temperature and the plasma frequency is blue-shifted.

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