Principles of Nano Optics

  • Filename: principles-of-nano-optics.
  • ISBN: 9781107005464
  • Release Date: 2012-09-06
  • Number of pages: 564
  • Author: Lukas Novotny
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press



Fully revised and in its second edition, this standard reference on nano-optics is ideal for graduate students and researchers alike.

Principles of Nano Optics

  • Filename: principles-of-nano-optics.
  • ISBN: 9781139560450
  • Release Date: 2012-09-06
  • Number of pages:
  • Author: Lukas Novotny
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press



First published in 2006, this book has become the standard reference on nano-optics. Now in its second edition, the text has been thoroughly updated to take into account new developments and research directions. While the overall structure and pedagogical style of the book remain unchanged, all existing chapters have been expanded and a new chapter has been added. Adopting a broad perspective, the authors provide a detailed overview of the theoretical and experimental concepts that are needed to understand and work in nano-optics, across subfields ranging from quantum optics to biophysics. New topics of discussion include: optical antennas; new imaging techniques; Fano interference and strong coupling; reciprocity; metamaterials; and cavity optomechanics. With numerous end-of-chapter problem sets and illustrative material to expand on ideas discussed in the main text, this is an ideal textbook for graduate students entering the field. It is also a valuable reference for researchers and course teachers.

Principles of Nano Optics

  • Filename: principles-of-nano-optics.
  • ISBN: 9781139452052
  • Release Date: 2006-06-01
  • Number of pages:
  • Author: Lukas Novotny
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press



Nano-optics is the study of optical phenomena and techniques on the nanometer scale, that is, near or beyond the diffraction limit of light. It is an emerging field of study, motivated by the rapid advance of nanoscience and nanotechnology which require adequate tools and strategies for fabrication, manipulation and characterization at this scale. In this 2006 text the authors provide a comprehensive overview of the theoretical and experimental concepts necessary to understand and work in nano-optics. With a very broad perspective, they cover optical phenomena relevant to the nanoscale across diverse areas ranging from quantum optics to biophysics, introducing and extensively describing all of the significant methods. Written for graduate students who want to enter the field, the text includes problem sets to reinforce and extend the discussion. It is also a valuable reference for researchers and course teachers.

Near Field Nano Optics

  • Filename: near-field-nano-optics.
  • ISBN: 9781461548355
  • Release Date: 2012-12-06
  • Number of pages: 386
  • Author: Motoichi Ohtsu
  • Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media



Conventional optical science and technology have been restricted by the diffraction limit from reducing the sizes of optical and photoruc devices to nanometric dimensions. Thus, the size of optical integrated circuits has been incompatible with that of their counterpart, integrated electronic circuits, which have much smaller dimensions. This book provides potential ideas and methods to overcome this difficulty. Near-field optics has developed very rapidly from around the middle 1980s after preliminary trials in the microwave frequency region, as proposed as early as 1928. At the early stages of this development, most technical efforts were devoted to realizing super-high-resolution optical microscopy beyond the diffraction limit. However, the possibility of exploiting the optical near-field, phenomenon of quasistatic electromagnetic interaction at subwavelength distances between nanometric particles has opened new ways to nanometric optical science and technology, and many applications to nanometric fabrication and manipulation have been proposed and implemented. Building on this historical background, this book describes recent progress in near-field optical science and technology, mainly using research of the author's groups. The title of this book, Near-Field Nano-Optics-From Basic Principles to Nano-Fabrication and Nano-Photonics, implies capabilities of the optical near field not only for imaging/microscopy, but also for fabrication/manipulation/proc essing on a nanometric scale.

Nano Optics Principles Enabling Basic Research and Applications

  • Filename: nano-optics-principles-enabling-basic-research-and-applications.
  • ISBN: 9402408487
  • Release Date: 2016-12-19
  • Number of pages: 510
  • Author: Baldassare Di Bartolo
  • Publisher: Springer



This book provides a comprehensive overview of nano-optics, including basic theory, experiment and applications, particularly in nanofabrication and optical characterization. The contributions clearly demonstrate how advances in nano-optics and photonics have stimulated progress in nanoscience and -fabrication, and vice versa. Their expert authors address topics such as three-dimensional optical lithography and microscopy beyond the Abbe diffraction limit, optical diagnostics and sensing, optical data- and telecommunications, energy-efficient lighting, and efficient solar energy conversion. Nano-optics emerges as a key enabling technology of the 21st century. This work will appeal to a wide readership, from physics through chemistry, to biology and engineering. The contributions that appear in this volume were presented at a NATO Advanced Study Institute held in Erice, 4-19 July, 2015.

Introduction to Nanophotonics

  • Filename: introduction-to-nanophotonics.
  • ISBN: 9780521763752
  • Release Date: 2010-04-08
  • Number of pages: 465
  • Author: Sergey V. Gaponenko
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press



Graduate-level textbook describing the principles of nanophotonics, for students in physics, optical and electronic engineering and materials science.

Handbook of Nano Optics and Nanophotonics

  • Filename: handbook-of-nano-optics-and-nanophotonics.
  • ISBN: 3642310656
  • Release Date: 2013-05-22
  • Number of pages: 1071
  • Author: Motoichi Ohtsu
  • Publisher: Springer



In the 1990s, optical technology and photonics industry developed fast, but further progress became difficult due to a fundamental limit of light known as the diffraction limit. This limit could be overcome using the novel technology of nano-optics or nanophotonics in which the size of the electromagnetic field is decreased down to the nanoscale and is used as a carrier for signal transmission, processing, and fabrication. Such a decrease beyond the diffraction limit is possible by using optical near-fields. The true nature of nano-optics and nanophotonics involves not only their abilities to meet the above requirements but also their abilities to realize qualitative innovations in photonic devices, fabrication techniques, energy conversion and information processing systems. The objective of this work is to review the innovations of optical science and technology by nano-optics and nanophotonics. While in conventional optical science and technology, light and matter are discussed separately, in nano-optics and nanophotonics, light and matter have to be regarded as being coupled to each other, and the energy flow between nanoparticles is bidirectional. This means that nano-optics and nanophotonics have to be regarded as a technology fusing optical fields and matter. This unique work reviews and covers the most recent topics of nano-optics, applications to device operations, fabrication techniques, energy conversion, information processing, architectures and algorithms. Each chapter is written by the leading scientists in the relevant field. Thus, this work will provide high-quality scientific and technical information to scientists, engineers, and graduate students who are and will be engaged in R&D of nano-optics and nanophotonics. Especially, the topics to be covered by this work will be popularly used by the engineers in the rapidly growing market of the optical energy conversion.

Optical Tweezers

  • Filename: optical-tweezers.
  • ISBN: 9781107051164
  • Release Date: 2015-10-31
  • Number of pages: 568
  • Author: Philip Jones
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press



A comprehensive guide to the theory, practice and applications of optical tweezers, combining state-of-the-art research with a strong pedagogic approach.

Optical Antennas

  • Filename: optical-antennas.
  • ISBN: 9781107014145
  • Release Date: 2013-01-03
  • Number of pages: 455
  • Author: Mario Agio
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press



This consistent and systematic review of recent advances in optical antenna theory and practice brings together leading experts in the fields of electrical engineering, nano-optics and nano-photonics, physical chemistry and nanofabrication. Fundamental concepts and functionalities relevant to optical antennas are explained, together with key principles for optical antenna modelling, design and characterisation. Recognising the tremendous potential of this technology, practical applications are also outlined. Presenting a clear translation of the concepts of radio antenna design, near-field optics and field-enhanced spectroscopy into optical antennas, this interdisciplinary book is an indispensable resource for researchers and graduate students in engineering, optics and photonics, physics and chemistry.

Handbook of Optical Metrology

  • Filename: handbook-of-optical-metrology.
  • ISBN: 1420019511
  • Release Date: 2009-02-25
  • Number of pages: 744
  • Author: Toru Yoshizawa
  • Publisher: CRC Press



The field of optical metrology offers a wealth of both practical and theoretical accomplishments, and can cite any number of academic papers recording such. However, while several books covering specific areas of optical metrology do exist, until the pages herein were researched, written, and compiled, the field lacked for a comprehensive handbook, one providing an overview of optical metrology that covers practical applications as well as fundamentals. Carefully designed to make information accessible to beginners without sacrificing academic rigor, the Handbook of Optical Metrology: Principles and Applications discusses fundamental principles and techniques before exploring practical applications. With contributions from veterans in the field, as well as from up-and-coming researchers, the Handbook offers 30 substantial and well-referenced chapters. In addition to the introductory matter, forward-thinking descriptions are included in every chapter that make this a valuable reference for all those involved with optical metrology.

Nanostructures and Nanotechnology

  • Filename: nanostructures-and-nanotechnology.
  • ISBN: 9780521877008
  • Release Date: 2015-06-18
  • Number of pages: 639
  • Author: Douglas Natelson
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press



A carefully developed textbook focusing on the fundamental principles of nanoscale science and nanotechnology.

Springer Handbook of Lasers and Optics

  • Filename: springer-handbook-of-lasers-and-optics.
  • ISBN: 9783642194092
  • Release Date: 2012-05-05
  • Number of pages: 1694
  • Author: Frank Träger
  • Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media



This new edition features numerous updates and additions. Especially 4 new chapters on Fiber Optics, Integrated Optics, Frequency Combs and Interferometry reflect the changes since the first edition. In addition, major complete updates for the chapters: Optical Materials and Their Properties, Optical Detectors, Nanooptics, and Optics far Beyond the Diffraction Limit. Features Contains over 1000 two-color illustrations. Includes over 120 comprehensive tables with properties of optical materials and light sources. Emphasizes physical concepts over extensive mathematical derivations. Chapters with summaries, detailed index Delivers a wealth of up-to-date references.

Quantum Optics

  • Filename: quantum-optics.
  • ISBN: 9781107006409
  • Release Date: 2012-11-15
  • Number of pages: 491
  • Author: Girish S. Agarwal
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press



Ideal for graduate courses on quantum optics, this textbook provides an up-to-date account of the basic principles and applications. It features end-of-chapter exercises with solutions available for instructors at www.cambridge.org/9781107006409. It is invaluable to both graduate students and researchers in physics and photonics, quantum information science and quantum communications.

Nanofabrication

  • Filename: nanofabrication.
  • ISBN: 3709104246
  • Release Date: 2011-11-08
  • Number of pages: 344
  • Author: Maria Stepanova
  • Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media



Intended to update scientists and engineers on the current state of the art in a variety of key techniques used extensively in the fabrication of structures at the nanoscale. The present work covers the essential technologies for creating sub 25 nm features lithographically, depositing layers with nanometer control, and etching patterns and structures at the nanoscale. A distinguishing feature of this book is a focus not on extension of microelectronics fabrication, but rather on techniques applicable for building NEMS, biosensors, nanomaterials, photonic crystals, and other novel devices and structures that will revolutionize society in the coming years.

Plasmonics Fundamentals and Applications

  • Filename: plasmonics-fundamentals-and-applications.
  • ISBN: 1441941134
  • Release Date: 2010-10-29
  • Number of pages: 224
  • Author: Stefan Alexander Maier
  • Publisher: Springer



Considered a major field of photonics, plasmonics offers the potential to confine and guide light below the diffraction limit and promises a new generation of highly miniaturized photonic devices. This book combines a comprehensive introduction with an extensive overview of the current state of the art. Coverage includes plasmon waveguides, cavities for field-enhancement, nonlinear processes and the emerging field of active plasmonics studying interactions of surface plasmons with active media.

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