The convergence of electronic, optical, physical, and chemical processes at the nanoscale provide new opportunities for discoveries and applications.
We are exploring the use of functional oxides and micro/nanofabricated devices in dielectric optical antennas, nanoscale field effect transistors, and in plasmonic surface-enhanced Raman scattering sensors.
This research area has received funding from the Australian Research Council (Discovery Project DP110100262, 2011-2014) and received equipment funding from the Australian Research Council (Linkage, Infrastructure, and Equipment LE150100001, 2015 and LE100100215, 2010).
“Dielectric resonator nanoantennas at visible frequencies,” Optics Express 21 1344 (2013).
“Enhanced charge carrier mobility in two-dimensional high dielectric molybdenum oxide,” Advanced Materials 25 109 (2013).
“Influence of electric field on SERS: Frequency effects, intensity changes, and susceptible bonds,” Journal of the American Chemical Society 134 4646 (2012).