The 66th JSAP Spring Meeting, 2019

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Oral presentation

3 Optics and Photonics » 3.12 Nanoscale optical science and near-field optics

[9a-W621-1~12] 3.12 Nanoscale optical science and near-field optics

Sat. Mar 9, 2019 9:00 AM - 12:15 PM W621 (W621)

Satoshi Ishii(NIMS), Takashi Yatsui(The University of Tokyo)

10:00 AM - 10:15 AM

[9a-W621-5] Development of the Highly Efficient Light Energy Confinement System Using Surface Lattice Resonance

Shunpei Oikawa1, Hiro Minamimoto1, Kei Murakoshi1 (1.Hokkaido Univ.)

Keywords:surface plasmon, surface lattice resonance

Recently, two-dimensionally aligned plasmon active metal nanoparticles which show surface lattice resonances have been received much attention because of the unique optical properties, such as the high efficient light confinement at the nanometer region, or flexible control of the light energy propagation over a relatively long range. In this research, we have tried to develop the highly light energy concentrated system on the hexagonal gold lattice structure using various technical methods and control its optical property via the electrochemical method.