Theoretical Nanophotonics at Rice University



Nordlander group 2014


We are a theoretical group leading research in the field of nanophotonics and plasmonics. We use a wide range of numerical methods (FDTD, FEM, BEM, DDA, Mie, TDDFT) to investigate the optical properties of metallic, semiconductor, and graphene nanostructures, plasmonic, excitonic, and hybrid systems.

 


 NEWS: 


April 18 -  Nano Lett., Just Accepted (2016)  "Towards Surface Plasmon Enhanced Optical Parametric Amplification (SPOPA) with Engineered Nanoparticles: a Nanoscale Tunable Infrared Source" Y. Zhang, A. Manjavacas, N. J. Hogan, L. Zhou, C. A. Orozco, L. Dong, J. K. Day, P. Nordlander and N. J. Halas

April 5 -  ACS Nano, Just Accepted (2016)  "Extraordinary Light Induced Local Angular Momentum Near Metallic Nanoparticles" A. Alabastri, X. Yang, A. Manjavacas, H. O. Everitt and P. Nordlander

Mar 17  -  United States Patent Application  "Waste Remediation" N. J. Halas, P. Nordlander and O. Neumann

Feb 14  -  ACS Photonics, 2016, 3 (3), pp 354-360  "Asymmetric Aluminum Antennas for Self-Calibrating Surface-Enhanced Infrared Absorption Spectroscopy"  B. Cerjan, X. Yang, P. Nordlander and N. J. Halas

Jan 22  -  Nano Lett.201616 (2), pp 1478–1484  "Aluminum Nanocrystal as a Plasmonic Photocatalyst for Hydrogen DissociationL. Zhou, C. Zhang, M. McClain, A. Manjavacas, C. M. Krauter, S. Tian, F. Berg, H. O. Everitt, E. A. Carter, P. Nordlander, and N. J. Halas










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