Ultrafast Plasmonics

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Resumé

Surface plasmon polaritons (SPP), propagating electromagnetic modes that are bound to a metal-dielectric interface, are considered as one of the key ingredients of nano-photonic devices. In particular, plasmonic waveguides offer the promising perspective to confine light on a subwavelength scale. Different waveguiding schemes have been proposed and successfully realized in the recent past. Examples include metallic nanowires and nanogrooves, coupled metallic nanodots or dielectric ridges on top of a metal surface.

The first part of my presentation will introduce these concepts and show state-of-the-art fabrication capabilities including advances in focussed ion beam lithography utilizing Helium, Neon, Gallium ions on the one hand and organic-plasmonic hybrids on the other hand.

In the second part, I will demonstrate concepts of monitoring SPP propagation in those waveguides. With regard to high-speed applications, well-founded means for the development of SPP-based devices rely on a comprehensive knowledge of the spatio-temporal characteristics of ultrashort SPP pulses and their modifications during formation and propagation. I will put special emphasis on leakage radiation spectroscopy and interferometric time-resolved photoemission electron microscopy.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Publikationsdato28. aug. 2018
StatusUdgivet - 28. aug. 2018
BegivenhedAdvanced Materials and Technologies - Palanga, Litauen
Varighed: 27. aug. 201831. aug. 2018
https://advancedmaterials.ktu.edu/

Konference

KonferenceAdvanced Materials and Technologies
LandLitauen
ByPalanga
Periode27/08/201831/08/2018
Internetadresse

Fingeraftryk

polaritons
waveguides
propagation
ingredients
neon
metal surfaces
gallium
ridges
electron microscopy
nanowires
leakage
photoelectric emission
lithography
ion beams
helium
high speed
photonics
electromagnetism
fabrication
radiation

Citer dette

Leißner, T. (2018). Ultrafast Plasmonics. Abstract fra Advanced Materials and Technologies, Palanga, Litauen.
Leißner, Till. / Ultrafast Plasmonics. Abstract fra Advanced Materials and Technologies, Palanga, Litauen.
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Leißner T. Ultrafast Plasmonics. 2018. Abstract fra Advanced Materials and Technologies, Palanga, Litauen.