Advancements in Nanoplasmonics Research
Arcler Education Inc
Advancements in Nano plasmonics Research describes every aspect of Complex-Morphology and Metal-Based Nanostructures including the fabrication, characterization and applications. Plasmonic structures inspired by nature and their influence on sensing capabilities due to structural characteristics are examined in great detail. Further, Numerical Study of Plasmonic Efficiency of Gold Nano stripes for Molecule Detection along with Modified TiO2 films with the help of Au Nanoclusters as Self-Cleaning Surfaces is examined to deepen the study. At last, the future and origin of Plasmonic optics has been explained.
Dharani Sabba worked as a Research Fellow in Energy Research Institute of Nanyang Technological University (ERI@N), Singapore, on investigating novel semiconductor and photoactive materials for opto-electronic applications. She also obtained her Ph.D in Materials Science from Nanyang Technological University. Her research interests encompass development and synthesis of novel nanomaterials, investigation of their properties and their application in renewable energy sector.