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  • CSEM
    prototyping The proposed work is particularly linked to CSEM s MOEMS and Image Sensor activities Its expertise in the fields of integrated photonic devices like mechanical activated optical micro switches photonic crystals novel integrated waveguides near field optics and OLED technology which comprises different cost effective fabrication processes and simulation capabilities provides a strong base for development of integrated plasmon light sources and detectors In turn the exploitation of plasmon effects will help directly to improve current polymeric optoelctronic devices CSEM is an active partner in the FP6 Network of Excellence Plasmon nano devices Description of resources Microfabrictation facilities 600 m2 of silicon and surface micromachining cleanrooms Microscopy AFM SNOM SEM ESEM confocal LED and photodetector characterisation facilities Image sensor design Electromagnetic simulation tools for LED emission waveguides and particle scattering Key personnel Ross Stanley Rolf Eckert Publications and or patents R Stanley M Kiy L Bürgi C Winnewisser and H Heinzelmann Localised emission in microcavity polymer light emitting diodes with metallic mirrors Surface Plasmon Photonics SPP 2 21 26 May 2005 Graz Austria D Falconnet D Pasqui P Sunggook R Eckert H Schift J Gobrecht R Barbucci and M Textor A Novel Approach to Produce Protein Nanopatterns by Combining

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  • OSRAM OS
    worldwide and operates sites in Regensburg Germany San Jose USA and Penang Malaysia Sales for the fiscal year ending September 2006 totaled more than EUR 500 million Market research companies remain confident about the continued dynamic development of opto semiconductor products OSRAM Opto Semiconductors believes that the medium term chances of growing faster than the market are good In 2003 the company opened in Regensburg the worldwide most advanced opto

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  • Sagem Défense Sécurité
    in surveillance and fire control optronics and the field of security where it is the world leader in fingerprint based biometrics Its equipment and integrated systems are used worldwide helping to ensure air transport safety secure data transmission personal security and governmental defense capabilities at the highest level Through the SAFRAN Group Sagem Défense Sécurité is present on all continents DOSA DBU is involved in advanced development This department manages

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  • ULP
    larger than expected from theory This has generated considerable interest around the world because of the scientific and technological implications This discovery plus the more recent demonstration by the group of beaming of light from such structures and the related fundamental know how will be used in several of the work packages of the project Description of resources For this project the most important piece of equipment at ULP is a dual focused ion beam FIB scanning electron microscope SEM with a scanning transmission electron microscope detector STEM This state of the art FIB SEM STEM equipment with nanometer resolution allows the texturing and structuring of any substrate and the depositon of insulating and conducting materials characterization of the samples etc Other equipment available in the laboratory which will be used for this project include an STM AFM with a nanomanipulator a 2D imaging spectrograph mounted on an optical microscope for spectral characterization and directional emission of everything from individual subwavelength sources to large arrays spectrophotometers metal evaporators etc Relevant Publications T W Ebbesen H J Lezec H F Ghaemi T Thio and P A Wolff Extraordinary Optical Transmission through Sub Wavelength Hole Arrays Nature 391 667 69 1998 L

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  • QUB
    near field studies of surface plasmon polariton behaviour on rough and nanostructured surfaces two dimensional surface polariton optics and optical properties of surface polaritonic crystals development of scanning near field microscopy of second harmonic generation near field second harmonic imaging of domain structures in ferromagnetic and ferroelectric materials development of apertureless second harmonic scanning near field microscopy pioneering studies of nonlinear optical effects at low light intensities mediated by localised surface plasmons and surface plasmon polaritons in metallo dielectric nanostructures for applications in active elements of all optical integrated circuits development of a new concept of far field optical microscopy with the subwavelength resolution using surface plasmon polaritons Description of resources Cleanrooms class 10 000 with class 10 areas standard photolithography 0 8 micron on 4 wafer metal deposition spin coaters multi target UHV sputter deposition argon ion milling and chemical etching FEI Tecnai F20 TEM Jeol 6500F FEGSEM with EDX WDS chemical analysis FEI FIB200 focused ion beam microscope machining system SNOM AFM STM scanning probe microscopy Optical laboratories equipped with the state of the art linear and nonlinear spectroscopic facilities in visible and IR including telecommunication wavelength range Relevant Publications A V Zayats I I Smolyaninov A A

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  • TUD
    being able to record electrical and optical signals on that mentioned time and space scale The team of Prof Eng has contributed to the field of polariton research in both theory and experiment Of interest are investigations on two one and zero dimensional metallic nanostructures i e metallic films wires and nanoparticles which are prepared by different chemical and physical routes For theoretical calculations we use a multiple multipole approach allowing for real three dimensional simulations and incorporating many interfaces Our achievements were focusing on a 2D metallic films inspecting the plasmon transmission and propagation across narrow groves or slits thereby being able to modify the plasmon transmission reflexion and spectral properties plasmon waveguide properties b the stimulated emission and amplification of surface plasmon through optically pumped organic dyes plasmonic light source c the zero dimensional spectral behaviour of individual metallic nanoparticles as well as arrays of nanoparticles for sensoric applications including optical near field microscopy extended to optically anisotropic systems Description of resources The institute IAPP counts approximately 60 employees from which 10 are involved in the plasmonic research 7 in other nano optical issues and 20 employees in light emission devices Experimental tools available to this project include

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  • UAM
    atoms and molecules with surfaces transport properties of mesoscopic systems that in the last eight years have been successfully applied to the study of photonic materials The group lead by Dr García Vidal has specialized in the theoretical analysis of the transmission and localization of light in structured metal surfaces Description of resources Computer cluster with 7 dual processors for numerical simulations 1 permanent researcher F J Garcia Vida 2

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  • UNIZAR
    and dielectric structured in the subwavelength scale Description of resources For facilities see bifi unizar es 1 permanent researcher L Martin Moreno 2 post docs 2 doctorate students Publications and or patents Theory of extraordinary optical transmission through subwavelength hole arrays L Martin Moreno F J Garcia Vidal H J Lezec K M Pellerin T Thio J B Pendry y T W Ebbesen Phys Rev Lett 86 1114 1117 2001

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