Regensburg 2013 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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O: Fachverband Oberflächenphysik

O 86: Plasmonics and Nanooptics VI

Freitag, 15. März 2013, 10:30–13:00, H36

10:30 O 86.1 Modelling attosecond dynamics: tracking collective excitations — •Andrey Moskalenko, Yaroslav Pavlyukh, Jonas Wätzel, and Jamal Berakdar
10:45 O 86.2 Plasmon-induced fluorescence and electroluminescence from porphine molecules on GaAs(110) in a scanning tunneling microscope — •Svenja Mühlenberend, Natalia L. Schneider, Markus Gruyters, and Richard Berndt
11:00 O 86.3 Dynamic exciton self-trapping in extended pi-electron systems revealed in single giant macrocycles.Vikas Aggarwal, Alex Thiessen, Alisa Idelson, •Dominik Würsch, Thomas Stangl, Florian Steiner, Stefan-S. Jester, Jan Vogelsang, Sigurd Höger, and John Lupton
11:15 O 86.4 Scanning probe techniques in quantum plasmonics — •Andreas W. Schell, Philip Engel, Günter Kewes, and Oliver Benson
11:30 O 86.5 Validity of the effective medium theory for hyperbolic layered materials in the presence of surface modes. — •Maria Tschikin, Philippe Ben-Abdallah, and Svend-Age Biehs
11:45 O 86.6 Nanoscale heat transfer: hyperbolic modes versus surface modes — •Svend-Age Biehs, Maria Tschikin, and Philippe Ben-Abdallah
12:00 O 86.7 Probing optical near-fields by photoemission of electrons with 1 nm resolution — •Sebastian Thomas, Michael Krüger, Michael Förster, Markus Schenk, and Peter Hommelhoff
12:15 O 86.8 Effect of size and shape of randomly distributed ZnO nanoneedle arrays on the localization of light fields — •Martin Silies, Manfred Mascheck, Slawa Schmidt, Janos Sartor, David Leipold, Takashi Yatsui, Kokoro Kitamura, Motoicho Ohtsu, Heinz Kalt, Erich Runge, and Christoph Lienau
12:30 O 86.9 Time-resolved near field microscopy of a metal particles breathing oscillation — •Matthias Brandstetter, Ralf Vogelgesang, and Markus Lippitz
12:45 O 86.10 Recent Progress in the Simulation of Plasmonic Systems with the DGTD Method — •Jens Niegemann
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