Session Index

Nanophotonic Materials and Devices

Poster SessionⅠ
Friday, Dec. 4, 2015  11:30-12:30
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Paper No.  2015-FRI-P0101-P001
Pei Ru Wu Award Candidate Optical helicity analyzer based on metasurface


Optical response of nature materials is very weak under different handedness circular polarization illumination. Therefore, we presented a metasurface which has strongly interaction with circular polarization to distinguish different handed circular polarized light and wavelength of the incident light through diffraction angles.

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Paper No.  2015-FRI-P0101-P002
Mao Guo Sun Award Candidate Tunable Optical Tamm States in 3D Photonic Crystals and Metal Films


Abstract—Optical tamm states are observed in 3D photonic crystal band gap. The reflectance spectra show anomalous suppression result when a metal film coated on the top of opal substrate. At the same time, the absorption enhancement is observed in photonic band gap

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Paper No.  2015-FRI-P0101-P003
Jia wei Wu Award Candidate Bendable Hybrid Silicon Thin Film Solar Cells


We demonstrate a promising way to form 30μm silicon thin film hybrid solar cells with good bending property. Besides, by using the silicon nanostructure (SiNS) to achieve low reflection and increase heterojunction areas, the device performance is enhanced to 10.15%.

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Paper No.  2015-FRI-P0101-P004
Yu-Tsung Chen Award Candidate Dipole Nano-Antennas with Multi-Bent-Sections


Dipole nano-antennas with multi-bent-sections having the same footprint size of a bowtie one are proposed and numerically investigated. It is found that such structures can possess longer peak resonant wavelengths in the gap-field enhancement spectra in the near- and mid-infrared with even larger gap-field enhancement compared with related bowtie antennas.

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Paper No.  2015-FRI-P0101-P005
Wen-Hui Xu Award Candidate Cell Gap Tamm Plasmon Sensors


A Tamm Plasmon (TP) mode with sharp resonance can be excited at the boundary of photonic crystal and metal. In this work, a novel design of Tamm plasmon sensor is proposed. The sensitivity of cell gap Tamm plasmon sensor is 8 times higher than ordinary design.

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Paper No.  2015-FRI-P0101-P006
Zu-Wen XIE Award Candidate Gap Dependence of Hybridization Models in Gold Nanoantennas


Abstract—Antibonding-plasmonic-dipolar modes of gold nanoantennas (NAs) are excited by evanescent waves, and bonding-plasmonic-dipolar modes of gold nanoantennas (NAs) are excited by normal incidence. Comparing the resonance frequency、localized electric fields、absorption and scattering cross-section of NAs, the strong gap dependence of hybridization models of NAs is observed.

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Paper No.  2015-FRI-P0101-P007
Yang-Chen Wu Award Candidate Synthesis and characterization of AgInS2/ZnS quantum dots with different ZnS reaction time


AgInS2 quantum dots (QDs) were synthesized by a simply one-pot method. The different ZnS shell growth time was employed to control the emission wavelength. We could observed that the emission wavelength of QDs gradually blue-shifted from 724 to 550 nm. QYs of AIS/ZnS QDs were improved to 36%.

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Paper No.  2015-FRI-P0101-P008
Ming-Xue Huang Award Candidate Emission Enhancement of Quantum Rods by Self-assembled Plasmonic Nanoparticles


emission of quantum-rods (Q-rods) is well polarized but the brightness is usually lower than that of quantum-dots (QDs). Plasmonic nanoparticles can act as nanoantennas to enhance the fluorescence emission. Here, we theoretically study emission enhancement of Q-rods, which are chemically linked to self-assembled plasmonic silver nanoparticles.

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Paper No.  2015-FRI-P0101-P009
Chih-Yuan Chen Award Candidate The Modulation Effect of Local Density of Optical states of Plasmonic Nanoantennas on their PL


we synthesize gold nanorods and fabricate gold nanoantennas with various size and study the modulation effect of gold nanoantennas systematically. Our work shows that PL is strongly modulated by the LDOS of the nanoantennas and therefore can be used as a local luminescence source to report the LDOS.

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Paper No.  2015-FRI-P0101-P010
Jia Wern Chen Award Candidate Nanoplasmonic Vertical Split-ring Resonator for Refractive Index Sensitivity Enhancement


Split-ring resonators have been the subject of investigation as plasmonic sensors that operate by sensing plasmon resonance shift δλ when exposed to a medium with a refractive index change δn, and vertical SRRs are preferable to conventional planar SRRs for greatly enhanced sensitivity.

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Paper No.  2015-FRI-P0101-P011
Ming-Yi Yan fMAX=36GHz enhancement-mode AlGaN/GaN Fin-MOS-HEMT with gate recess and PEC/PEALD double-layered oxides for side-wall passivation


An enhancement-mode AlGaN/GaN Fin-MOS-HEMT, featuring double-layer oxides composed of photo-enhanced chemical (PEC) oxidation followed by plasma-enhanced atomic layer deposition (PEALD) gate oxide deposition, was shown to operate at a positive threshold voltage Vth = 1.2V, with unity current gain/power gain at fT/fMAX = 9/36GHz at gate length/width Lg/Lw = 250/360nm.

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Paper No.  2015-FRI-P0101-P012
Tsung-Han Tsai Sub-15 nm Linewidth Fabrication of Metal-Gate Arrays by E-beam Lithography


An extremely narrow linewidth of 15 nm Au wire as the metal gate of metal-oxide-semiconductor field-effect transistors (MOSFETs), was fabricated by electron-beam (e-beam)lithography through finely tuning the process parameters.

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Paper No.  2015-FRI-P0101-P013
Chi-Yin Yang Tunable diffraction efficiency in gold binary gratings with nematic liquid crystal


Planar photonics with binary grating draws immense attention because of characteristics that allow for controlling the flow of light. The diffraction efficiency can be tuned by controlling the applied voltage of nematic liquid crystal with binary gratings.

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Paper No.  2015-FRI-P0101-P014
Chin-Chia Hsu Broadband Quantum Dot-in-a-Well Solar Cells


By stacking InxGa1-xAs quantum dot-in-a-well (DWell) layers of different compositions, we can increase the broadband absorption range near photon energy = 1eV for the solar cells. We add dopants in the In0.1Ga0.9As quantum wells to investigate the photovoltaic performance for the solar cells. Open-circuit voltage (VOC) is increased to 0.74 V by P-type doping. However, the dopings decrease the short-circuit current density. Under concentrated sunlight, Voc is increased with the number of suns, and the N-type doped Dwell solar cell shows a best efficiency to 9.6%.

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Paper No.  2015-FRI-P0101-P015
Chiun-Hao Lin Investigation of nano-silver particles effects on the performance of near UV-LEDs


In this study, a spin coating process in which the grating structure comprises an Ag nanoparticle layer coated on a p-GaN top layer of InGaN/GaN light-emitting diode (LED) was developed. The plasmonic nanostructure enhanced the light extraction efficiency of ultraviolet LED. The output power of SPE-LED with the Ag nanoparticles layer has improved up to 29.13 % (@ 350 mA) compared with that of C-LED without Ag nanoparticles.

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Paper No.  2015-FRI-P0101-P016
Ko-Pang Chen Fast-response scattering light shutters using mesoporous-doped blue-phase liquid crystals


This study reports a scattering mode light shutter with the advantages of simple fabrication process and fast-response (sub-millisecond) based on mesoporous-doped blue-phase liquid crystals (BPLCs). The refractive index of BPLCs can be electrically tuned to be matched (transparency) or mismatched (scattering) with the doped mesoporous.

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Paper No.  2015-FRI-P0101-P017
Jheng-Hong Shih Strong Optomechanical Coupling in Hybrid Plasmonic-Photonic Crystal Nanocavities with Surface Acoustic Waves


We propose dynamic modulation of a hybrid plasmonic-photonic crystal nanocavity using monochromatic coherent acoustic phonons formed by ultrahigh frequency surface acoustic waves to achieve strong optomechanical coupling. As a result, a large modulation bandwidth and optical resonance wavelength shift are demonstrated at telecommunication wavelength for the hybrid nanocavity.

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Paper No.  2015-FRI-P0101-P018
Sun Chia Yi Avoided Resonance Crossing in Plasmonic Resonators


Level repulsion of degenerated resonant modes in dielectric resonator could lead to high quality factor. We report similar anti-resonant crossing phenomena observed in plasmonic double disk resonators.

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Paper No.  2015-FRI-P0101-P019
Hsin-Hung Cheng Investigation of nanostructure with graphene thin films derived to detect the Aflatoxin in food


The nanostructures with graphene characteristic were applied in surface-enhanced Raman scattering. The results shown that the nanostructures with graphene supports the surface Plasmon excitations with an optical field strongly localized near the graphene layer. From the results, the advantages of nanostructures with graphene can detect the Aflatoxin in food and this method become eminently clear.

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Paper No.  2015-FRI-P0101-P020
Nan-Fu Chiu Graphene Based Composites For Organic Photovoltaic Devices Applications


In this paper, gold nanoparticles (GNPs) with reduce graphene oxide (rGO) nanocomposites are synthesized and used as the hole collection layer in organic photovoltaic devices (OPVs). The localized surface plasmon resonance (LSPR) introduced by the GNPs can enhance the light absorption of OPVs. It is important that both optical and electrical properties need to further research and experiment for achieving Improve performance of OPVs.

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Paper No.  2015-FRI-P0101-P021
Zhen-Hong Yang Hybridization Models of Gold Nanoantenna in Oblique Incidence


Observing the resonance wavelengths of nanoantennas (NAs) with changing incident angles in TM polarization. Extinction cross section shows the coupling modes at resonance wavelength about NAs with TM polarization for validating. The plasmonic enhancement about evanescent wave is stronger after TIR.

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Paper No.  2015-FRI-P0101-P022
C. W. Chang High-performance metal/HfO2/ZnO nanorods ultraviolet photodetector


Metal-HfO2-ZnO nanorods structure was fabricated for an ultraviolet (UV) photodetector. The photoluminescence (PL) spectrum for the HfO2-coated ZnO nanorods shows an emission peak at 380nm with a FWHM = 19nm. The achieved UV photodetector has a rectifying factor = 7.78 at ±2V in dark. The responsivity spectrum shows a responsivity of 1.26 A/W and an UV/visible rejection ratio of 873 at -2V bias.

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Paper No.  2015-FRI-P0101-P023
Zheng-Ying Lin Optical Characterizations of Core-Shell Dielectric Single Gyroid


In this study, we show that a core-shell single gyroid can be used to manipulate the (polarization) band gap properties, which provides another degree of freedom to tune the optical properties of gyroid network and may find applications in photonic crystals and polarization-dependent devices.

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Paper No.  2015-FRI-P0101-P024
Chia Wei Huang The formation of vertically-aligned silicon pillar array by interference lithography and metal-assisted chemical etching


An array of vertically-aligned silicon pillar array in realized by the combination of contact/interference lithography and metal-assisted chemical etching process. This low-cost approach enables the formation of silicon pillar array with a periodicity ranging from tens of micrometer down to submicron scale, making this platform promising for various applications.

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Paper No.  2015-FRI-P0101-P025
Nan-Fu Chiu Broadband Light Extraction Enhanced By Circular Nanostructures Of Organic Plasmon-Emitting Diodes


In this paper, we report increase broadband light outcoupling in organic light-emitting devices form plasmonic circular structures (PCS). The interaction between surface plasmon wave (SPW) and organic material (NPB and Alq3) enhance broadband FWHM from 126 nm to 203 nm for periodic PCS-700 nm.

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Paper No.  2015-FRI-P0101-P026
Shang-Yang Yu Photoacoustic Signal of Gold-Nanorod Colloid


The photoacoustic (PA) signal of nanobubbles induced by the irradiance of nanosecond pulsed laser in gold nanorod (GNR) colloid was measured. The nanobubbles are formed by the plasmonic heating of GNRs, and then the cavitation of nanobubbles generates PA signal. Via a focused ultrasonic transducer, the PA signal can be measured. Our results show that the PA amplitude is wavelength-dependent.

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