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Nanophotonics and Nanofabrication

  • ID: 835781
  • Book
  • March 2009
  • 276 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Starting out with a review oft he principles of nanophotonics, this book covers a wide range of novel nanofabrication technologies. The internationally recognized editor pioneered this field of research and here he has gathered together a team of authors to highlight the technical details and procedures for both discrete particle as well as surface structure generation. They also illustrate the application potential of different materials, including biological, inorganic and artificial ones.

An invaluable monograph for materials scientists, chemists, physicists, telecommunications engineers, surface and physical chemists.

From the contents:

∗ Principles and Practice of Nanofabrications

∗ Nanofabrication by Self–Organization and Other Related Technologies

∗ Fabrications of Quantum Dots and ZnO Nanorods for Nanophotonic Devices

∗ Lithography by Nanophotonics

∗ Nanopatterned Media for High Density Storage

∗ Nanophotonics Recording Device for High–Density Storage

∗ X–Ray Devices and the Possibility of Applying Nanophotonics

∗ Formation of Nanopatterns by Laser Ablation

∗ Quantum Dot Nanophotonic Waveguides

∗ Hierarchy in Optical Near–fields and its Application to Nanofabrication

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INTRODUCTION

History

Fiber Probes and Sensing Systems

Theory

Devices

Fabrications

Applications to Systems and Evolution to Related Sciences

Toward the Future

NANOFABRICATION PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE

Adiabatic Nanofabrication

Nonadiabatic Nanofabrication

NANOFABRICATIONS BY SELF–ORGANIZATION AND OTHER RELATED TECHNOLOGIES

Introduction

Near–Field Optical Chemical Vapor Deposition

Self–Assembling Method Via Optical Near–Field Interactions

Near–Field Imprint Lithography

Nonadiabatic Optical Near–Field Etching

FABRICATION OF QUANTUM DOTS FOR NANOPHOTONIC DEVICES

Introduction

Fabrication of Self–Assembled QDs

Fabrication Techniques of Site–Controlled Nanostructures

Silicon–Related Quantum Structure Fabrication Technology

ZnO NANOROD HETEROSTRUCTURES FOR NANOPHOTONIC DEVICE APPLICATIONS

Introduction

ZnO Axial Nanorod Quantum Structures

ZnO Radial Nanorod Heterostructures

LITHOGRAPHY BY NANOPHOTONICS

Introduction

Principle of the Optical Near–Field Lithography

Optical Near–Field Lithography System

Fabricated Patterns by Optical Near–Field Lithography

Improvement of Resolution and Fabricated Ultrafine Patterns

NANOPATTERNED MEDIA FOR HIGH–DENSITY STORAGE

Introduction

Nanopatterned Media

Block–Copolymer Lithography for Nanopatterned Media

Control of Orientation of Self–Assembled Periodic Patterns of Block–Copolymers

NANOPHOTONICS RECORDING DEVICE FOR HIGH–DENSITY STORAGE

Introduction

Thermally Assisted Magnetic Recording Simulation

The ′Nanobeak′, a Near–Field Optical Probe

Bit–Patterned Medium with Magnetic Nanodots

Hybrid Recording Experiment

Near–Field Optical Efficiency in Hybrid Recording

X–RAY DEVICES AND THE POSSIBILITY OF APPLYING NANOPHOTONICS

Introduction

Design of the Multilayer Laminar–Type Grating

Specification of the Multilayer Laminar–Type Grating

Fabrication of Multilayer Laminar–Type Gratings

Simulation of Diffraction Efficiency

Measurement of Diffraction Efficiency

Roughness Evaluation Using Debye–Waller Factors

NANOSTRUCTURING OF THIN–FILM SURFACES IN FEMTOSECOND LASER ABLATION

Introduction

Experimental

Properties of Nanostructuring

Bonding–Structure Change

Dynamic Processes

Local Fields

Origin of Periodicity

QUANTUM DOTS NANOPHOTONIC WAVEGUIDES

Conceptual Formation and Modeling of the Device

From Concept to Realization –

Fabrication of the Device

How Well the Devices Work –

A First Probe

To Probe Further –

Summary and Outlook

HIERARCHY IN OPTICAL NEAR–FIELDS AND ITS APPLICATION TO NANOFABRICATION

Introduction

Angular Spectrum Representation of Optical Near–Fields

Generation of Smaller–Scale Structures via Optical Near–Fields: A Theoretical Basis

Experiment

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