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Confining light in optical fibres using surface plasmon polaritons

Confining light in optical fibres using surface plasmon polaritons
Confining light in optical fibres using surface plasmon polaritons
In modern photonics sources with extremely small spotsize are highly desirable. Recent results show that "sub-wavelength" light sources can be manufactured using many techniques and have a wealth of applications, including optical memories, optical tweezers, SNOM microscopy and photolitography, just to cite a few
Renna, Fabrizio
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Brambilla, Gilberto
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Cox, David
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Renna, Fabrizio
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Brambilla, Gilberto
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Cox, David
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Renna, Fabrizio, Brambilla, Gilberto and Cox, David (2009) Confining light in optical fibres using surface plasmon polaritons. FOTONICA, Italy. 27 - 29 May 2009. 4 pp .

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In modern photonics sources with extremely small spotsize are highly desirable. Recent results show that "sub-wavelength" light sources can be manufactured using many techniques and have a wealth of applications, including optical memories, optical tweezers, SNOM microscopy and photolitography, just to cite a few

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Published date: 27 May 2009
Venue - Dates: FOTONICA, Italy, 2009-05-27 - 2009-05-29

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URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/78966
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Date deposited: 19 Mar 2010
Last modified: 29 Jan 2020 13:38

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