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Bottom-up fabrication of a plasmonic nanodevice for guiding light

Abstract : The development of new information and communication technologies requires the miniaturization and integration of optical devices. Plasmonics, a field of optics that utilizes metallic nanostructures to manipulate light at the nanoscale, enables the scaling of optical devices down to ultimate limits. The purpose of the present study is to design and fabricate complex nanoarchitectures that can be incorporated into different plasmonic devices able to guide light in an active way. Various gold nanostructures, such as hollow gold nanotriangles or gold coated nanotripods, were synthesized and assembled using molecular linkers or a DNA origami template. The optical properties of the fabricated nanodevices were investigated in order to evidence their ability to guide light.
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Petra Ivaskovic. Bottom-up fabrication of a plasmonic nanodevice for guiding light. Condensed Matter [cond-mat]. Université de Bordeaux, 2017. English. ⟨NNT : 2017BORD0580⟩. ⟨tel-01668475⟩



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