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Jun.-Prof. Dr. Thomas Weiss

4th Physics Institute
Room 4-557
+49 711 685 69847

Office hours by arrangement

Jun.-Prof. Dr. Stefan Kaiser

Ultrafast Solid State Spectroscopy
Room 7M19
+49 711 689 1775

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Dr. Heiko Linnenbank

4th Physics Institute
Room 4-311
+49 711 685 65109

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Simon Mangold, B.Sc.

4th Physics Institute
Room 4-526
+49 711 685 65107

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Nanooptics and its Applications

News

  • A list of the assigned talks can be found in ILIAS.
  • Please register for the course in ILIAS. Contact one of the supervisors if you need the password.
  • The start of the initial meeting has been shifted to 15:30.
  • The initial meeting will take place on April 11, 15:45 15:30, in room 4.342. This meeting is essential for all participants of the seminar.

Initial Meeting

Date:April 11, 15:45 15:30
Location:Seminar room 4.342
Agenda:
  • Technical information on the seminar
  • Presentation of available topics
  • Topic assignment


  • Topics

    In the following, we provide a list of possible topics. Please note that this list is preliminary and might be expanded or changed.

    Basic concepts
    1. Mie theory: Localized resonances in spherical particles
    2. Surface and waveguide plasmon polaritons
    3. Complex plasmonics and plasmon hybridization
    4. Quantum plasmonics
    5. Metamaterials and transformation optics
    6. Photonic crystals
    Applications
    1. Light-matter interaction in plasmonic nanoantennas
    2. Metasurfaces
    3. Chirality, non-reciprocity, and optical activity in nanooptics
    4. Refractive index sensing using plasmonic nanostructures
    5. Surface- and antenna enhanced spectroscopy
    6. Near field optical spectroscopy and applications
    7. Nonlinear plasmonics – frequency conversion at the nanoscale
    8. SPASER – the plasmonic laser
    9. Adiabatic compression and strong field effects at nanotips
    10. Time resolved spectroscopy and optical control on the nanoscale