Optics At The Nanoscale: Physics, Devices And Applications
Grant number: FT140100577 | Funding period: 2015 - 2019
This project aims to harness light-matter interactions at the nanoscale for the development of new photonic devices for imaging and optical manipulation. Novel photodetectors that operate from visible to infrared wavelengths will be developed, enabled by sub-wavelength nanostructures. These could form the basis for digital cameras with multispectral imaging capabilities, for example, for biomedical imaging, food quality control and remote sensing. Nanostructures will be developed that concentrate light to nanoscale spots, enabling the trapping of single molecules and nanoparticles. This project aims to educate the next generation of Australian optical scientists and engineers, building the h..View full description
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Harnessing the Interplay between Photonic Resonances and Carrier Extraction for Narrowband Germanium Nanowire Photodetectors Spanning the Visible to Infrared
Amit Solanki, Shiqiang Li, Hyunsung Park, Kenneth B Crozier
At visible wavelengths, photodetection in three channels (red, green, and blue) enables color imaging. Yet the spectra of most mat..