Cover of Nature Reviews Materials

Featured on the front cover of Nature Reviwers Materials.

Review featured on the front cover of Nature Reviews Materials
Quantum plasmonics

Plasmonics for emerging quantum technologies

Plasmonics for emerging quantum technologies
http://dx.doi.org/10.1515/nanoph-2016-0179
Plasmonics colour

Paper on plasmonic colors published in Nature Nanotechnology.

Plasmonic colors published in Nature Nanotechnology. 

EELS study of few-nanometre silver nanoparticles

EELS exploration of high-order modes in Silver nanoparticles

EELS exploration of high-order modes published in NC.

Electric field and charge densities

Paper on nonlocal plasmonic response and spill-out effects published in Nature Communications

Recently developed self-consistent hydrodynamic theory
http://www.nature.com/ncomms/2015/150527/ncomms8132/full/ncomms8132.html
Graphene based electro-absorption modulator

Electro-optical modulator

Graphene based electro-optical modulator
electro-optical modulator
groove

Extremely confined gap surface-plasmon modes excited by electrons

EELS of plasmons reported in Nature Communications
Non-local optical response theory

Nonlocal broading in plasmonic dimer with a sub-nanometer gap

Nonlocal theory reported in Nature Communications
electrical field for a sharp Ag corner

Field enhancement predicted by non-local optical theory

Typical electrical-field for an arbitrarily sharp Ag tip.

eels

EELS and TEM images of single nanoparticles

EELS and TEM images of single nanoparticles

A new platform for SERS application

Light-matter interaction in Graphene

A novel graphene platform for SERS application
http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/nl402120t

Structured Electromagnetic Materials Group

The Structured Electromagnetic Materials Group is dedicated to multidisciplinary fields including photonic crystals, metamaterials, nanoplasmonics, and graphene. We aim to study fundamental physics of light-matter interaction at the nanoscale, and to develop advanced optical nanostructures for practical applications.

Our research focus is on theoretical and experimental investigation of new wave phenomena and light-matter interactions in artificially structured materials. It includes the development of microscopic and semi-calssical frameworks for the optical response of nano-engineered geometries, the study of extreme light confinement and nonlocal response in nanoplasmonics using electron energy loss spectroscopy, and the exploration of advanced nanostructures for color effects, photovoltaics, and light-emitting devices. More information can be found under Research and Publications.

If you have any questions or comments, feel free to contact our Group members.

Latest News

Feb. 2017: Dr. Christos Tserkezis is co-authoring a paper published in Advanced Materials.


Feb. 2017:  Dr. Martijn Wubs awarded as an Outstanding Reviewer by Journal of Optics.

Feb. 2017: Dr. Christos Tserkezis awarded as an Outstanding Reviewer by Journal of Optics.

Jan. 2017: Paper featured as a Highlight of 2016 in Journal of Optics.


Jan. 2017: Prof. Mortensen invited by IOP to serve as Editorial Board Member for Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter.


Jan. 2017: Review featured on the front cover of Nature Reviews Materials. So far, the paper has had 12,000+ downloads


Jan. 2017: Dr. Martijn Wubs honored as a Distinguished Referee by the European Physical Journal (EPJ).


Jan. 2017: Dr. Sanshui Xiao invited to serve a Topical Editor for Applied Optics.


Dec. 2016: Two international network proposals are granted to boost our collaborations among USA, China and Denmark.


Dec. 2016: EELS study of gap plasmons published in Nature Communications with SDU and Stanford Univ.


Dec. 2016: Work on laser color printing featured in OSA’ s Optics in 2016 special issue of Optics & Photonics News. Click here for more information.


Nov. 2016:
Review on plasmonic colors published in Nature Reviews Materials with SDU, SUTD, and Rice Univ.


Nov. 2016: Lecture by Prof. Jacob Khurgin from Johns Hopkins Univ.


Nov. 2016
: Our work on graphene plasmons selected for the news release by OSA. See also news feature at phys.org.


Oct. 2016: Dr. Thomas Christensen receives DTU´s Young Researcher Award.


Oct. 2016: Prof. Mortensen promoted to OSA Fellow.

 

 

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CNG
Center for Nanostructured Graphene is to develop new platforms for studies of basic science and applications, based on graphene and other new two-dimensional materials.

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DTU Fotonik
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