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Nano-Optics. Micro and Nano Technologies

  • ID: 5007901
  • Book
  • July 2020
  • 376 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Nano-Optics: Fundamentals, Experimental Methods, and Applications offers insights into the fundamentals and industrial applications of nanoscale light-emitting materials and their composites. This book serves as a reference, offering an overview of existing research, with a particular focus on industrial applications. Nano-optics is the branch of nanoscience and nanotechnology that deals with interaction of light with nanoscale objects. This book explores the materials, structure, manufacturing techniques, and industrial applications of nano-optics. The applications discussed include healthcare, communication, astronomy, and satellites.

- Explains the major manufacturing techniques for light-emitting nanoscale materials - Discusses how nanoscale optical materials are being used in a range of industrial applications - Assesses the challenges of using nano-optics in a mass-production context

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1. From nature: Optics, nanotechnology, and nano-optics 2. Nano-optics: Challenges, trends, and future 3. Nano-optics for healthcare applications 4. Laser, nanoparticles, and optics 5. Introduction to quantum plasmonic sensing 6. Nanobiophotonics and fluorescence nanoscopy in 2020 7. Nanotechnology-based fiber-optic chemical and biosensors 8. Light transport in three-dimensional photonic crystals 9. Application of two-dimensional materials in fiber laser systems 10. Carbon nanotube-based sensors and their application 11. Optical fiber coated with zinc oxide nanorods toward light sidecoupling for sensing application 12. Synthesis, characterization, and applications of opals 13. Theoretical methods, simulation and modeling in nano-optics 14. Photonic crystals-based light-trapping approach in solar cells

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Thomas, Sabu
Sabu Thomas is a Professor of Polymer Science & Engineering, in the School of Chemical Sciences in Mahatma Gandhi University, Kerala, India. His areas of research are in polymer blends, fiber filled polymer composites, nanomaterials and polymer nanocomposites, ageing and degradation, pervaporation phenomena, sorption and diffusion, interpenetrating polymer systems, recyclability and reuse of waste plastics and rubbers, elastomer crosslinking, dual porous nanocomposite scaffolds for tissue engineering, polymer nanocomposites for electronic applications, water purification, and energy storage
Grohens, Yves
Professor Yves Grohens is the Director of the LIMATB (Material Engineering) Laboratory of Université de Bretagne Sud, France. His master's and PhD degrees were from Besançon University, France. After finishing his studies, he worked as assistant professor and later professor in various reputed universities in France. He is an invited professor to many universities in different parts of the world as well. His areas of interest include physicochemical studies of polymer surfaces and interfaces, phase transitions in thin films confinement, nano and bio composites design and characterization, and biodegradation of polymers and biomaterials. He has written several book chapters, monographs, and scientific reviews and has published 130 international publications. He is the chairman and member of advisory committees of many international conferences.
Vignaud, Guillaume
Guillaume Vignaud is Assistant Professor of Physics at the University of South Brittany, France. His research focuses on the optical properties of nanoscale thin films.
Kalarikkal, Nandakumar
Nandakumar Kalarikkal is the Director at the International and Inter University Centre for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology as well as the Director & Chair of the School of Pure and Applied Physics at Mahatma Gandhi University in India. He was the keynote speaker at the International Conference on Polymer Processing and Characterization-ICPPC 2017 held at Gdansk University of Technology, Gdansk, Poland in September 2017. His research interests include the syntheses, characterization and applications of various Nanomaterials, LASER-matter interactions, ion irradiation effects on various novel materials, and phase transitions.
James, Jemy
Dr Jemy James obtained his Phd from University of South Brittany, France, and is presently working at WITec GmbH, Germany. He was earlier Junior Research Fellow at Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottyam, India.
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