Progress in Nonlinear Nano-Optics by Shuji SakabeProgress in Nonlinear Nano-Optics by Shuji Sakabe

Progress in Nonlinear Nano-Optics

byShuji SakabeEditorChristoph Lienau, Rüdiger Grunwald

Hardcover | January 14, 2015

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This book presents the state of the art in nonlinear nanostructures for ultrafast laser applications. Most recent results in two emerging fields are presented: (i) generation of laser-induced nanostructures in materials like metals, metal oxides and semiconductors, and (ii) ultrafast excitation and energy transfer in nanoscale physical, chemical and hybrid systems. Particular emphasis is laid on the up-to-date controversially discussed mechanisms of sub-wavelength ripple formation including models of self-organized material transport and multiphoton excitation channels, nonlinear optics of plasmonic structures (nanotips, nanowires, 3D-metamaterials), and energy localization and transport on ultrafast time scale and spatial nanoscale. High-resolution spectroscopy, simulation and characterization techniques are reported. New applications of ultrashort-pulsed lasers for materials processing and the use of nanostructured materials for characterizing laser fields and laser-matter-interactions are discussed.
Title:Progress in Nonlinear Nano-OpticsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:273 pagesPublished:January 14, 2015Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3319122169

ISBN - 13:9783319122168

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Table of Contents

Laser-Induced Nanostructures.- Nanostructures Formation at Metal Surfaces.- General Aspects and Structuring in Three Dimensions.- Nanostructure Formation in Semiconductors and Dielectrics.- Nonlinear Nano-Optics.- Plasmonics, Metamaterials and Nonlinear Optics.- Spectroscopy, Gain Materials and Characterization.