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Optics at the Nanometer Scale: Imaging and Storing with Photonic Near Fields (NATO Science Series E:)

Optics at the Nanometer Scale: Imaging and Storing with Photonic Near Fields (NATO Science Series E:)

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Published by Springer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Microscopy,
  • Optics (light),
  • Science,
  • Optics,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Material Science,
  • Microscopes & Microscopy,
  • Science / Optics,
  • Congresses,
  • Near-field microscopy

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsM. Nieto-vesperinas (Editor), N. García (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages312
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7808107M
    ISBN 100792340205
    ISBN 109780792340201

    A photonic metamaterial (PM), also known as an optical metamaterial, is a type of electromagnetic metamaterial, that interacts with light, covering terahertz (), infrared (IR) or visible wavelengths. The materials employ a periodic, cellular structure.. The subwavelength periodicity distinguishes photonic metamaterials from photonic band gap or photonic crystal structures. We perform direct local-field imaging of a plasmon-resonant gold nanoparticle pair separated by a gap of several nanometers using a scattering-type near-field optical microscope with a sharp silicon tip of atomic force microscope. The sharp tip allows the access for the nanogap and the high spatial resolution. Our results provide experimental evidence that the nanogap structure .

    The section welcomes rudimentary and challenging studies concerning optical devices, such as photonic crystal fibers and micro-scale optics for fabrication of novel optical systems. Needless to say, production of lasers with unique properties, such as a high-power fiber laser or facilitating a large-scale laser system, are of great importance. Tiny letters, shapes and bits. Decades before the internet era, the Encyclopedia Britannica was a standard summation of human knowledge in the English-speaking introduce the “problem of manipulating and controlling things on a small scale,” Feynman proposed the notion of writing the encyclopedia’s entire text—filling 24 volumes in —on the head of a pin.

    The Nanophotonics Committee solicits papers and presentations addressing a broad spectrum of optics at the nanometer scale, covering technology and basic science. Novel optical phenomena and extreme responses of light-matter interactions at nanoscale hold promise for development of photonic technologies that are compact, fast and efficient. In the last two decades, an explosion of research in photonics (including plasmonics and acoustics) aimed at novel optical properties of mesoscale (wavelength-scale dimensions) structures such as photonic nanojets and hooks, photonic-plasmonic near-field coupling effects for ultrasensitive sensors and tweezers, super-resolution imaging.


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Optics at the Nanometer Scale: Imaging and Storing with Photonic Near Fields (NATO Science Series E:) Download PDF EPUB FB2

Optics at the Nanometer Scale: Imaging and Storing with Photonic Near Fields deals with the fundamentals of and the latest developments and applications of near-field optical microscopy, giving basic accounts of how and under what circumstances superresolution beyond the half- wavelength Rayleigh limit is achieved.

Interferometric and fluorescence techniques. Optics at the Nanometer Scale: Imaging and Storing with Photonic Near Fields deals with the fundamentals of and the latest developments and applications of near-field optical microscopy, giving basic accounts of how and under what circumstances superresolution beyond the half- wavelength Rayleigh limit is achieved.

Interferometric and fluorescence Brand: Springer Netherlands. Optics at the Nanometer Scale: Imaging and Storing with Photonic Near Fields deals with the fundamentals of and the latest developments and applications of near-field optical microscopy, giving basic accounts of how and under what circumstances superresolution beyond the half- wavelength Rayleigh limit is achieved.

Interferometric and fluorescence. Get this from a library. Optics at the nanometer scale: imaging and storing with photonic near fields. [M Nieto-Vesperinas; N García; North. Optics at the Nanometer Scale: Imaging and Storing with Photonic Near Fields deals with the fundamentals of and the latest developments and applications of near-field optical microscopy, giving basic accounts of how and under what circumstances superresolution beyond the half- wavelength Rayleigh limit is achieved.

Optics at the Nanometer Scale, Imaging and Storing with Photonic Near Fields, edited by M. Nieto-Vesperinas and N. García (Kluwer, Dordrecht, ), and references therein. Nieto-Vesperinas, M., Garcia, M. (Eds.) () Optics at the Nanometer Scale: Imaging and Storing with Photonic Near Fields.

Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht Google Scholar 9. Paesler, M.A., Moyer, P.J. () Near Field Optics. While the numerical aperture NA of the imaging optics is particularly limited in photonic crystal applications because the use of an immersion medium.

Recent years have seen significant progress in the field of soft- and hard-X-ray microscopy, both technically, through developments in source, optics and imaging methodologies, and also. Abstract We demonstrate the nonresonant magnetic interaction at optical frequencies between a photonic crystal microcavity and a metallized near-field microscopy probe.

The extraordinary properties of optical MMs and transformation optics (TO) devices, which were conceived by MMs, enable a negative refractive index, imaging with the nanometer-scale resolution, invisibility cloaks, efficient light concentrators, nano-optics and quantum information applications (1–4).

The imaging resolution of a conventional optical microscope is limited by diffraction to ∼ nm in the visible spectrum. Efforts to overcome such limits have stimulated the development of. Near-Field Nano/Atom Optics and Technology provides the first complete and systematically compiled account of the science and technology required to generate the near field, and features applications including imaging of biological specimens and diagnostics for semiconductor nanomaterials and devices.

The near-field image shows that the focused SPs propagate along the subwavelength metal guide, where they partially penetrate into the nm-wide bifurcation at the end of the guide, thus overcoming the diffraction limit of conventional optics. The measured propagation distance is limited to 2 μm, and the propagation distances are expected to.

Near-field optics: microscopy with nanometer-size fields Winfried Denk, Dieter W. Pohl (Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology B ) Detection of nonradiative fields in light of the Heisenberg uncertainty principle and the Rayleigh criterion J.M.

Vigoureux, D. Courjon (Applied Optics ). to the nanometer scale opens up new perspectives, properties and phenomena in the emerging century of the nano-world. Nano-Optics aims at the understanding of optical phenomena on the nanometer scale, i.e.

near or beyond the diffraction limit of light. It is an emerging new field. Optical Imaging System. The optical imaging system included an Olympus IX inverted microscope with a × oil immersion and a Pike B CCD camera (Allied Vision Technologies, Newbuyport, Massachusetts) to record videos, typically at 50 frames per second (fps) for the PMB experiments and fps for the ampicillin experiments.

A fast frame rate. This revolution is the birth of a new generation of imaging systems based on the detection of non-radiating fields. The near field optical microscope is the latest of this family. Pangaribuan T and Kozuma M Nanometer resolution photon STM and single atom manipulation Near Field Optics ed D W Girard C and Dereux A Optical.

The purpose of the EPIC Meeting on Micro-Optics for display, imaging, sensing and metrology at IMT is to connect the supply chain of advanced manufacturing of Micro-Optics with use cases in different application fields, such as display technology, CMOS image sensors, automotive lighting, AR/VR, medical, datacom, consumer electronics etc.

The characteristic sizes of optical antennas are on the scale of light wavelengths, i.e., the dimensional feature sizes are less than tens of nanometers.

The advent of nanofabrication and characterization technologies have enabled optical antennas in significant plasmonic-optics. Near-field scanning optical microscope (NSOM or SNOM) is a quite different nanophotonic technique that accomplishes the same goal of taking images with resolution far smaller than the wavelength.

It involves raster-scanning a very sharp tip or very small aperture over the surface to be imaged. The book proceeds from an historical perspective of EUV lithography, through source technology, optics, projection system design, mask, resist, and patterning performance, to cost of ownership.

Each section contains worked examples, a comprehensive review of challenges, and relevant citations for those who wish to further investigate the.Multimodal nonlinear optical microscopy is a valuable tool to study complex biological samples. We present an easy-to-operate approach to perform coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering (CARS), two-photon fluorescence (TPF), second harmonic generation (SHG), and third-harmonic generation (THG) imaging using a single laser source composed of an 80 MHz femtosecond .