|Dozent/in||Prof. Dr. S. Reich, Dr. A. Setaro|
In this seminar series we want to understand plasmonic nanostructures and their interaction with carbon-based nanosystems (graphene and carbon nanotubes). We base the seminar on two papers that were recently published in the field:
M. Gläske and A. Setaro, Nanoplasmonic colloidal suspensions for the enhancement of the luminescent emission from single-walled carbon nanotubes, Nano Research 6, 593 (2013).
S. Heeg et al., Polarized Plasmonic Enhancement by Au Nanostructures Probed through Raman Scattering of Suspended Graphene, Nano Lett. 13, 301 (2013).
The students will read both papers and collect questions and ideas on the research presented. We will develop the topics for the seminar series based on this discussion.
|12.11.13||Plasmons from 3D to 1D||Ulrich Krause|
|19.11.13||Localized Surface Plasmon (general, materials)||Sören Waßerroth|
|26.11.13||Nanoplasmonic structures: Designing electromagnetic fields (math)||Benji Börner|
|10.12.13||Modeling electromagnetic fields and plasmonic enhancement (examples)||Farhad Arbabzadah|
|17.12.13||Gold for Nanoplasmonic applications: Advantages, tunablility, shapes||Tom Heinrich|
|07.01.14||Graphene: Electronic and vibrational properties||Zühlke, Erin|
|Carbon nanotubes: Atomic structure (chirality) and general properties|
|Luminescence of carbon nanotubes: Nanotube preparation, chirality assignment, quantum yields|
|Interaction between plasmons and nanostructures: Enhancement of optical response|
|14.01.14||Raman scattering in graphene: Selection rules, polarization, strain, interference with substrate||Ulonska, Stefan|
|21.01.14||Surface-enhanced Raman scattering||Winta, Christopher|
|Cross section for Raman scattering and plasmon-enhanced scattering|
|Biological application of plasmon-enhanced optical signals||
|28.01.14||Detailed explaiation of the paper by Heeg et al.||