Metallic–dielectric plasmonic nanoparticles have recently aroused great interest in view of many and novel technological applications, based on the interaction between light and matter under intense field conditions, in nonlinear integrated photonics and opto-fluidics, thanks to the possibility of tuning their electronic and optical properties through a fine control of the synthesis parameters and their nanoparticles under a high-power laser, like the one used during z-scan measures.

Light-matter Interaction Under Intense Field Conditions: Nonlinear Optical Properties of Metallic-dielectric Nanostructures

SANTANGELO, Saveria
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2019

Abstract

Metallic–dielectric plasmonic nanoparticles have recently aroused great interest in view of many and novel technological applications, based on the interaction between light and matter under intense field conditions, in nonlinear integrated photonics and opto-fluidics, thanks to the possibility of tuning their electronic and optical properties through a fine control of the synthesis parameters and their nanoparticles under a high-power laser, like the one used during z-scan measures.
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