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    • Control of radiative processes using tunable plasmonic nanopatch antennas. 

      Ciracì, Dr Cristian; Hoang, TB; McGuire, F; Mikkelsen, MH; Mock, JJ; Rose, A; Smith, David R (Nano Lett, 2014-08-13)
      The radiative processes associated with fluorophores and other radiating systems can be profoundly modified by their interaction with nanoplasmonic structures. Extreme electromagnetic environments can be created in plasmonic ...
    • Gold nanoparticles on polarizable surfaces as Raman scattering antennas. 

      Chen, SY; Chilkoti, A; Hill, RT; Lazarides, Alexander; Mock, JJ; Smith, David R (ACS Nano, 2010-11-23)
      Surface plasmons supported by metal nanoparticles are perturbed by coupling to a surface that is polarizable. Coupling results in enhancement of near fields and may increase the scattering efficiency of radiative modes. ...
    • Leveraging nanoscale plasmonic modes to achieve reproducible enhancement of light. 

      Chen, SY; Chilkoti, A; Hill, RT; Lazarides, Alexander; Mock, JJ; Oldenburg, SJ; Sebba, DS; ... (9 authors) (Nano Lett, 2010-10-13)
      The strongly enhanced and localized optical fields that occur within the gaps between metallic nanostructures can be leveraged for a wide range of functionality in nanophotonic and optical metamaterial applications. Here, ...
    • Probing the ultimate limits of plasmonic enhancement. 

      Chilkoti, A; Ciracì, Dr Cristian; Fernández-Domínguez, AI; Hill, RT; Maier, SA; Mock, JJ; Pendry, JB; ... (9 authors) (Science, 2012-08-31)
      Metals support surface plasmons at optical wavelengths and have the ability to localize light to subwavelength regions. The field enhancements that occur in these regions set the ultimate limitations on a wide range of nonlinear ...