Engineering metallic nanostructures for plasmonics and nanophotonics

  • Lindquist N
  • Nagpal P
  • McPeak K
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Metallic nanostructures now play an important role in many applications. In particular, for the emerging fields of plasmonics and nanophotonics, the ability to engineer metals on nanometric scales allows the development of new devices and the study of exciting physics. This review focuses on top-down nanofabrication techniques for engineering metallic nanostructures, along with computational and experimental characterization techniques. A variety of current and emerging applications are also covered.

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  • Nathan C. Lindquist

  • Prashant Nagpal

  • Kevin M. McPeak

  • David J. Norris

  • Sang Hyun Oh

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