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Dr. Ning Liu

Biography

Dr. Ning Liu received a B.S. degree in Physics from Peking University, China, in 1999 and a Ph.D. degree in Condensed Matter Physics from University of California at Irvine in 2005. Prior to joining the University of Limerick,Ireland as a lecturer in 2013, she worked as postdoctoral research fellow in UK, Canada, China, and Ireland. She has specialties in scanning probe microscopy and ultrafast spectroscopy and microscopy. Her current research interests focus on nanophotonics, plasmonics and light emitting diodes. She has published 49 journal articles, including papers in Nature nanotechnology, Nature chemistry, Nature Materials, Light:Science&Applications, Physical review letters, Nano Letters, Advanced Materials, ACS Photonics etc. For a full list of publications, please visit: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=QgUds54AAAAJ&hl=en

Research Interests

1. Light emitting diodes and lasers by electric field assisted semiconductor nanorod assemblies
The market for new types of displays based on light emitting diode (LED) technologies (i.e. organic LEDs (OLEDs) and quantum-dot LEDs (QD-LEDs)) is expected to reach more than $21 billion by 2020. Among these two technologies, QD-LEDs are expected to grow with a remarkable CAGR exceeding 60% and will make a major impact on the TV market in the near future.In collaboration with our colleagues in Chemistry, the group aims to develop a novel technology to fabricate low-cost, electrically pumped light sources such as LEDs and lasers with unprecedented high performance based on state-of-the-art nanomaterial assembly techniques. The nanorod (NR)-based LEDs we currently work on share the same advantages offered by QD-LEDs, such as low-cost of production, easy processing (in solution), ability to control and tune its emission wavelength, and high colour quality. However, they can outperform QD-LEDs owing to their unique geometry and size advantage, which lead to higher brightness and can afford larger operation current.


Figure 1 (details in ref. 1)

2. Nonlinear plasmonic waveguides and cavities

Plasmonic waveguides and microdisk cavities can provide an efficient means of nonlinear wavelength conversion of light in a chip-compatible platform. Our group fabricated nano- and micro-scale waveguides and cavities from the compound semiconductor AlGaInP, which were then transferred to plasmonic substrates composed of SiO2/Si coated with thin layers of metal oxide (Al2O3) and silver (Ag). When pumped with near-infrared light in the 1300 to 1600 nm region, efficient second harmonic generation (SHG) and sum frequency generation (SFG) were observed with a conversion efficiency of up to 14.8% MW−1. Control experiments with the same structures on plain glass substrates indicate that the plasmonic versions offer >1000 times enhancement in the nonlinear conversion efficiency. The results suggest a promising future for integrated optics employing plasmonics.




Figure 2 &3 (details in ref. 2)


3.
Gain assisted surface plasmon propagation and resonances

Information and communication technology (ICT) has been driven by constant miniaturisation to achieve smaller and faster devices. The industry has reached a fundamental material barrier as feature size decreases below 10 nm. In this regime the conventional material properties needed for electron transport are fundamentally changed due to the parasitic capacitance and signal propagation delay. To sustain our rapidly increasing need for processing power, light is proposed to transport information on-chip. Light can carry more information by offering much larger signal bandwidth via parallelism of wavelength division multiplexing at very high clock rates. However, conventional optical components cannot reach the same integration density as that for integrated electronics due to diffraction limits of light.One of the current research interests of the group is to develop novel materials and exploit new concepts to realize optical computation in a scalable and cascadable manner with low energy consumption, without compromising the integration density. One solution to the above problem is to use propagating surface plasmons to carry the optical information. Surface plasmons can meet the large bandwidth demands by high-performance computation while still maintain high integration density.


Figure 4. (details in ref. 4)

The group tries to accomplish the above goal by endeavouring in the following four aspects: (1) Exploit the new concept of ‘hot' electron transfer at metal-insulator-semiconductor surface to realize low threshold signal amplification in plasmonic waveguides; (2) Explore surface plasmon enhanced energy conversion through nonlinear process; (3) Utilize these novel materials as building blocks to construct multi-terminal plasmonic networks to perform logic functions with low energy consumption, (4) Explore top-down and bottom-up fabrication methods to achieve large-scale integration of plasmonic lasers and waveguides.


Figure 5. (details in ref. 3)

References:
1. P. Liu, S. Singh, Y. Guo, J.-J. Wang, H. X. Xu, C. Silien, *N. Liu and K. M. Ryan, ‘Assembling Ordered Nanorod Superstructures and Their Application as Microcavity Lasers', Scientific Reports, 7:43884 (2017).

2. Zhe Li, Brian Corbett, Agnieszka Gocalinska, Emanuele Pelucchi, Wen Chen, Kevin. M. Ryan, Pritam Khan, Christophe Silien, Hongxing Xu, Ning Liu*, ‘Direct visualization of highly efficient second harmonic and broadband sum frequency generation and propagation in hybrid plasmonic nanostructures', Light: Science and Applications 9, 180 (2020).

3. N. Liu, A. Gocalinska, J. Justice, F. Gity, I. Povey, B. McCarthy, M. Pemble, E. Pelucchi, H. Wei, C. Silien, H. X. Xu, and B. Corbett, ‘Lithographically defined, room temperature low threshold red-emitting subwavelength hybrid plasmonic lasers', Nano Lett., 16, 7822–7828 (2016).

4. N. Liu, H. Wei, J. Li, Z. X. Wang, X. R. Tian, A. L. Pan, and H. X. Xu, ‘Plasmonic Amplification with Ultra-High Optical Gain at Room Temperature', Scientific Reports 3, 1967 (2013).

5.
N. Liu, Z. P. Li, and H. X. Xu, ‘Polarization dependent study on propagating surface plasmons in silver nanowires launched by a near field scanning optical fiber tip', Small 8, 2641 (2012).


6.
H. Wei, Z. P. Li, X. R. Tian, Z. X. Wang, F. Z. Cong, N. Liu, S. P. Zhang, P. Nordlander, N. J. Halas, and H. X. Xu, ‘Quantum dot-based local field imaging reveals plasmon-based interferometric logic in silver nanowire networks', Nano Lett. 11, 471-475 (2011).

Teaching Interests

- Quantum Mechanics (PH4061)
- Semiconductor I/Semiconductor Processing (PH4071/PH5098)
- Mechanics/Heat/Electricity & Magnetism (PH4131)
-Physics for Engineers 1 (PH4011)
- Wave/Light/Modern Physics (PH4102)

Research Collaborators

  • Alberto Diaspro - Joint Publication - Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia - IIT -Italy
  • Greg Sun - Host Incoming Visitor - University of Massachusetts Boston -USA
  • Hongxing Xu - Host Incoming Visitor - Chinese Academy of Sciences -China
  • Paolo Bianchini - Joint Publication - Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia - IIT -Italy

Publications

Peer Reviewed Journals

2020

Precursor-Mediated Linear- And Branched-Polytypism Control in Cu<inf>α</inf>Zn<inf>β</inf>Sn<inf>γ</inf>Se<inf>δ</inf>Colloidal Nanocrystals Using a Dual-Injection Method
Ren H.;Li Z.;Sun Y.;Gao P.;McCarthy C.;Liu N.;Xu H.;Ryan K.M.
(2020) Precursor-Mediated Linear- And Branched-Polytypism Control in Cu<inf>α</inf>Zn<inf>β</inf>Sn<inf>γ</inf>Se<inf>δ</inf>Colloidal Nanocrystals Using a Dual-Injection Method
In Chemistry Of Materials; pp. 7254-7262
DOI: 10.1021/acs.chemmater.0c01663

2020

Quantitative Polarization-Resolved Second-Harmonic-Generation Microscopy of Glycine Microneedles.
Gleeson M;O'Dwyer K;Guerin S;Rice D;Thompson D;Tofail SAM;Silien C;Liu N;
(2020) Quantitative Polarization-Resolved Second-Harmonic-Generation Microscopy of Glycine Microneedles.
In Advanced Materials;
DOI: 10.1002/adma.202002873

2020

Spectral drifts in surface textured Fe<inf>3</inf>O<inf>4</inf>-Au, core-shell nanoparticles enhance spectra-selective photothermal heating and scatter imaging
Brennan G.;Thorat N.D.;Pescio M.;Bergamino S.;Bauer J.;Liu N.;Tofail S.A.M.;Silien C.
(2020) Spectral drifts in surface textured Fe<inf>3</inf>O<inf>4</inf>-Au, core-shell nanoparticles enhance spectra-selective photothermal heating and scatter imaging
In Nanoscale; pp. 12632-12638
DOI: 10.1039/d0nr01463j

2020

Direct visualization of phase-matched efficient second harmonic and broadband sum frequency generation in hybrid plasmonic nanostructures.
Li Z;Corbett B;Gocalinska A;Pelucchi E;Chen W;Ryan KM;Khan P;Silien C;Xu H;Liu N;
(2020) Direct visualization of phase-matched efficient second harmonic and broadband sum frequency generation in hybrid plasmonic nanostructures.
In Light-Science & Applications;
DOI: 10.1038/s41377-020-00414-4
[ULIR]

2019

Analytical and approximation approaches to solve the hybrid plasmonic–plasmonic only transition of the TM0 mode in a dielectric-semiconductor-insulator-metal four layer structure
Ning Liu
(2019) Analytical and approximation approaches to solve the hybrid plasmonic–plasmonic only transition of the TM0 mode in a dielectric-semiconductor-insulator-metal four layer structure
pp. 3323-3336

2019

Synthesis and Characterization of CuZnSe<inf>2</inf> Nanocrystals in Wurtzite, Zinc Blende, and Core-Shell Polytypes
Ren H.;Wang M.;Li Z.;Laffir F.;Brennan G.;Sun Y.;Stokes K.;Geaney H.;O'Reilly E.;Gao P.;Liu N.;McCarthy C.;Ryan K.
(2019) Synthesis and Characterization of CuZnSe<inf>2</inf> Nanocrystals in Wurtzite, Zinc Blende, and Core-Shell Polytypes
In Chemistry Of Materials;
DOI: 10.1021/acs.chemmater.9b03063

2019

Input coupling enhancement through antenna incorporation in thin Au-mica trench waveguides
Pita I.;Kumbham M.;Gleeson M.;Belochapkine S.;Ryan K.;Silien C.;Liu N.
(2019) Input coupling enhancement through antenna incorporation in thin Au-mica trench waveguides
In Journal Of The Optical Society Of America B-Optical Physics; pp. 2954-2961
DOI: 10.1364/JOSAB.36.002954

2018

Label-free multimodal coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering analysis of microparticles in unconstrained microfluidics
O'Dwyer, K;Mouras, R;Mani, AA;Rice, D;Gleeson, M;Liu, N;Tofail, SAM;Silien, C
(2018) Label-free multimodal coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering analysis of microparticles in unconstrained microfluidics
In Applied Optics; WASHINGTON : OPTICAL SOC AMER pp. 32-36
DOI: 10.1364/AO.57.000E32

2018

APTES Duality and Nanopore Seed Regulation in Homogeneous and Nanoscale-Controlled Reduction of Ag Shell on SiO2 Microparticle for Quantifiable Single Particle SERS
Rice, D;Mouras, R;Gleeson, M;Liu, N;Tofail, SAM;Soulimane, T;Silien, C
(2018) APTES Duality and Nanopore Seed Regulation in Homogeneous and Nanoscale-Controlled Reduction of Ag Shell on SiO2 Microparticle for Quantifiable Single Particle SERS
In Acs Omega; WASHINGTON : AMER CHEMICAL SOC pp. 13028-13035
DOI: 10.1021/acsomega.8b01247
[ULIR]

2018

Comparative analysis of metals and alternative infrared plasmonic materials
Hsieh, WT;Wu, PC;Khurgin, JB;Tsai, DP;Liu, N;Sun, G
(2018) Comparative analysis of metals and alternative infrared plasmonic materials
In Acs Photonics; WASHINGTON : pp. 2541-2548
DOI: 10.1021/acsphotonics.7b01166
[ULIR]

2018

Control of piezoelectricity in amino acids by supramolecular packing
Guerin, S,Stapleton, A,Chovan, D,Mouras, R,Gleeson, M,McKeown, C,Noor, MR,Silien, C,Rhen, FMF,Kholkin, AL,Liu, N,Soulimane, T,Tofail, SAM,Thompson, D
(2018) Control of piezoelectricity in amino acids by supramolecular packing
In Nature materials; pp. 180-
DOI: 10.1038/NMAT5045

2018

Low loss photonic nanocavity via dark magnetic dipole resonant mode near metal
Liu, N;Silien, C;Sun, G;Corbett, B
(2018) Low loss photonic nanocavity via dark magnetic dipole resonant mode near metal
In Scientific Reports; LONDON : NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP
DOI: 10.1038/s41598-018-35291-w

2018

Surface plasmon propagation enhancement via bowtie antenna incorporation in Au- mica block waveguides
Pita, IA;Kumbham, M;Schmidt, M;Gleeson, M;Ryan, KM;Silien, C;Liu, N
(2018) Surface plasmon propagation enhancement via bowtie antenna incorporation in Au- mica block waveguides
In Applied Optics; WASHINGTON : OPTICAL SOC AMER pp. 50-56
DOI: 10.1364/AO.57.000E50

2017

Assembling Ordered Nanorod Superstructures and Their Application as Microcavity Lasers
Liu, P,Singh, S,Guo, YN,Wang, JJ,Xu, HX,Silien, C,Liu, N,Ryan, KM
(2017) Assembling Ordered Nanorod Superstructures and Their Application as Microcavity Lasers
In Scientific Reports;
DOI: 10.1038/srep43884
[ULIR]

2017

Spatial-domain filter enhanced subtraction microscopy and application to mid-IR imaging
Kumbham, M,Mouras, R,Mani, A,Daly, S,O'Dwyer, K,Toma, A,Bianchini, P,Diaspro, A,Liu, N,Tofail, SAM,Silien, C
(2017) Spatial-domain filter enhanced subtraction microscopy and application to mid-IR imaging
In Optics Express; pp. 13145-13152
DOI: 10.1364/OE.25.013145
[ULIR]

2017

A method to overcome the diffraction limit in infrared microscopy using standing waves in an attenuated total reflection configuration
Hendaoui, N,Mani, A,Liu, N,Tofail, SM,Silien, C,Peremans, A
(2017) A method to overcome the diffraction limit in infrared microscopy using standing waves in an attenuated total reflection configuration
In Optics Communications; pp. 574-579
DOI: 10.1016/j.optcom.2016.08.034

2016

Lithographically Defined, Room Temperature Low Threshold Subwavelength Red-Emitting Hybrid Plasmonic Lasers
Liu, N,Gocalinska, A,Justice, J,Gity, F,Povey, I,McCarthy, B,Pemble, M,Pelucchi, E,Wei, H,Silien, C,Xu, HX,Corbett, B
(2016) Lithographically Defined, Room Temperature Low Threshold Subwavelength Red-Emitting Hybrid Plasmonic Lasers
In Nano Letters; pp. 7822-7828
DOI: 10.1021/acs.nanolett.6b04017

2016

Doubling the far-field resolution in mid-infrared microscopy
Kumbham, M,Daly, S,O'Dwyer, K,Mouras, R,Liu, N,Mani, A,Peremans, A,Tofail, SM,Silien, C
(2016) Doubling the far-field resolution in mid-infrared microscopy
In Optics Express; pp. 24377-24389
DOI: 10.1364/OE.24.024377
[ULIR]

2016

Far-Field Subdiffraction Imaging of Semiconductors Using Nonlinear Transient Absorption Differential Microscopy
Liu, N,Kumbham, M,Pita, I,Guo, Y,Bianchin, P,Diaspro, A,Tofail, SAM,Peremans, A,Silien, C
(2016) Far-Field Subdiffraction Imaging of Semiconductors Using Nonlinear Transient Absorption Differential Microscopy
In Acs Photonics; pp. 478-485
DOI: 10.1021/acsphotonics.5b00716

2016

Heteroaggregation assisted wet synthesis of core-shell silver-silica-cadmium selenide nanowires
Pita, IA,Singh, S,Silien, C,Ryan, KM,Liu, N
(2016) Heteroaggregation assisted wet synthesis of core-shell silver-silica-cadmium selenide nanowires
In Nanoscale; pp. 1200-1209
DOI: 10.1039/c5nr06615h

2013

Plasmonic Amplification with Ultra-High Optical Gain at Room Temperature
Ning Liu, Hong Wei, Jing Li, Zhuoxian Wang, Xiaorui Tian, Anlian Pan, and Hongxing Xu
(2013) Plasmonic Amplification with Ultra-High Optical Gain at Room Temperature
In Scientific Reports; pp. 1967-

2013

High resolution imaging with differential infrared absorption micro-spectroscopy
Pita, I,Hendaoui, N,Liu, N,Kumbham, M,Tofail, SAM,Peremans, A,Silien, C
(2013) High resolution imaging with differential infrared absorption micro-spectroscopy
In Optics Express; pp. 25632-25642
DOI: 10.1364/OE.21.025632
[ULIR]

2012

Propagating waves in quasi-one dimensional MoO3 ribbons investigated by Raman spectroscopy and scanning near-field optical microscope
Zhipeng Li, Ning Liu, Zhilin Yang and Bin Dong
(2012) Propagating waves in quasi-one dimensional MoO3 ribbons investigated by Raman spectroscopy and scanning near-field optical microscope
In Journal Of Applied Physics; pp. 024304-

2012

Nanoelectromechanical devices in a fluidic environment
O. Svitelskiy, V. Sauer, D. Vick, K-M. Cheng, N. Liu, M. R. Freeman, and W. K. Hiebert
(2012) Nanoelectromechanical devices in a fluidic environment
In Physical Review E; pp. 056313-

2012

A framework for far-field infrared absorption microscopy beyond the diffraction limit
Silien, C,Liu, N,Hendaoui, N,Tofail, SAM,Peremans, A
(2012) A framework for far-field infrared absorption microscopy beyond the diffraction limit
In Optics Express; pp. 29694-29704
DOI: 10.1364/OE.20.029694
[ULIR]

2012

Polarization dependent study on propagating surface plasmons in silver nanowires launched by a near field scanning optical fiber tip
Ning Liu, Zhipeng Li, and Hongxing Xu
(2012) Polarization dependent study on propagating surface plasmons in silver nanowires launched by a near field scanning optical fiber tip
In Small; pp. 2641-

2011

Quantum dot-based local field imaging reveals plasmon-based interferometric logic in silver nanowire networks
Hong Wei, Zhipeng Li, Xiaorui Tian, Zhuoxian Wang, Fengchi Cong, Ning Liu, Shunping Zhang, Peter Nordlander, Naomi J. Halas, and Hongxing Xu
(2011) Quantum dot-based local field imaging reveals plasmon-based interferometric logic in silver nanowire networks
In Nano Letters; pp. 471-475

2011

Dynamic Chiral Flipping within Strongly Chemisorbed Molecular Monolayers at Surfaces
Ning Liu, George R. Darling, and Rasmita Raval
(2011) Dynamic Chiral Flipping within Strongly Chemisorbed Molecular Monolayers at Surfaces
In Chemical Communications; pp. 11324-

2009

Drastic symmetry breaking in supramolecular organization of enantiomerically unbalanced monolayers at surfaces
O. Svitelskiy, V. Sauer, N. Liu, K-M. Cheng, E. Finley, M. R. Freeman, and W. K. Hiebert
(2009) Drastic symmetry breaking in supramolecular organization of enantiomerically unbalanced monolayers at surfaces
In Physical Review Letters; pp. 244501 -

2009

Drastic symmetry breaking in supramolecular organization of enantiomerically unbalanced monolayers at surfaces
S. Haq, N. Liu, Vincent Humblot, A. P. J. Jansen, and R. Raval
(2009) Drastic symmetry breaking in supramolecular organization of enantiomerically unbalanced monolayers at surfaces
In Nature Chemistry; pp. 409-

2009

Semiconducting polymer waveguides for end-fired ultra-fast optical amplifiers
N. Liu, A. Ruseckas, N. Montgomery, I. D. W. Samuel, and G. A. Turnbull
(2009) Semiconducting polymer waveguides for end-fired ultra-fast optical amplifiers
In Optics Express; pp. 21452-

2008

Time Domain Control of Ultrahigh Frequency Nanomechanical Systems
N. Liu, F. Giesen, M. Belov, J. Losby, J. Moroz, A. E. Fraser, G. McKinnon, T. J. Clement, V. Sauer, W. K. Hiebert, and M. R. Freeman
(2008) Time Domain Control of Ultrahigh Frequency Nanomechanical Systems
In Nature Nanotechnology; pp. 715-

2008

A simple cell for the analysis of nanoelectromechanical systems under gas pressure
O. Svitelskiy, N. Liu, V. Sauer, K-M. Cheng, E. Finley, M. Belov, M. R. Freeman, and W. K. Hiebert
(2008) A simple cell for the analysis of nanoelectromechanical systems under gas pressure
In Review Of Scientific Instruments; pp. 093701-

2008

Reversible Switching among Three Adsorbate Configurations in a Single [2.2]Paracyclophane-Based Molecule
Silien, C; Liu, N; Ho, W; Maddox, JB; Mukamel, S; Liu, B; Bazan, GC
(2008) Reversible Switching among Three Adsorbate Configurations in a Single [2.2]Paracyclophane-Based Molecule
In Nano Letters; pp. 208-213

2007

Direct visualization of enantiospecific substitution of chiral guest molecules into heterochiral molecular assemblies at surfaces
Ning Liu, Sam Haq, George R. Darling, and Rasmita Raval
(2007) Direct visualization of enantiospecific substitution of chiral guest molecules into heterochiral molecular assemblies at surfaces
In Angewandte Chemie-International Edition; pp. 7613-

2007

Chemical imaging of single 4,7,12,15-tetrakis[2.2]paracyclophane by spatially resolved vibrational spectroscopy
Liu, N; Silien, C; Ho, W; Maddox, JB; Mukamel, S; Liu, B; Bazan, GC
(2007) Chemical imaging of single 4,7,12,15-tetrakis[2.2]paracyclophane by spatially resolved vibrational spectroscopy
In Journal Of Chemical Physics; pp. 244711-

2006

Simulation of Single Molecule Inelastic Electron Tunneling Signals in Paraphenylene-Vinylene Oligomers and Distyrylbenzene[2.2]paracyclophanes
Maddox, JB; Harbola, U; Liu, N; Silien, C; Ho, W; Bazan, GC; Mukamel, S
(2006) Simulation of Single Molecule Inelastic Electron Tunneling Signals in Paraphenylene-Vinylene Oligomers and Distyrylbenzene[2.2]paracyclophanes
In Journal Of Physical Chemistry A; pp. 6329-6338

2005

Atomic scale conductance induced by single impurity charging
Pradhan, NA; Liu, N; Silien, C; Ho, W
(2005) Atomic scale conductance induced by single impurity charging
In Physical Review Letters; pp. 076801-

2005

Vibronic Spectroscopy of Single C60 Molecules and Monolayers with the STM
Nilay A. Pradhan, Ning Liu, and Wilson Ho
(2005) Vibronic Spectroscopy of Single C60 Molecules and Monolayers with the STM
In Journal Of Physical Chemistry B; pp. 8513-

2005

Tuning the bipolar conductance of an alkali-doped C60 layer sandwiched between two tunneling barriers
Pradhan, NA; Liu, N; Silien, C; Ho, W
(2005) Tuning the bipolar conductance of an alkali-doped C60 layer sandwiched between two tunneling barriers
In Nano Letters; pp. 55-59

2004

Vibronic states in single molecules: C60 and C70 on ultrathin Al2O3 films
Ning Liu, Nilay A. Pradhan and Wilson Ho
(2004) Vibronic states in single molecules: C60 and C70 on ultrathin Al2O3 films
In Journal Of Chemical Physics; pp. 11371-

Conference Publications

2017

2017 Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics, CLEO 2017 - Proceedings
Khurgin J.;Wu P.;Tsai D.;Liu N.;Hsieh W.;Sun G.
(2017) 2017 Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics, CLEO 2017 - Proceedings
pp. 1-2
DOI: 10.1364/CLEO_AT.2017.FF1G.3

2017

Do Low-loss Doped Semiconductor Nanoparticles Yield Stronger Field Enhancement?
Khurgin, JB,Wu, PC,Tsai, DP,Liu, N,Hsieh, W,Sun, G,
(2017) Do Low-loss Doped Semiconductor Nanoparticles Yield Stronger Field Enhancement?
In 2014 Conference On Lasers And Electro-Optics (Cleo);

2017

Optics InfoBase Conference Papers
Khurgin J.;Wu P.;Tsai D.;Liu N.;Hsieh W.;Sun G.
(2017) Optics InfoBase Conference Papers

DOI: 10.1364/CLEO_QELS.2017.FF1G.3

2017

Optics InfoBase Conference Papers
Corbett B.;Loi R.;Quinn D.;O'Callaghan J.;Liu N.
(2017) Optics InfoBase Conference Papers

DOI: 10.1364/IPRSN.2017.ITu2A.4

2013

Optics Express
Pita I.;Hendaoui N.;Liu N.;Kumbham M.;Tofail S.;Peremans A.;Silien C.
(2013) Optics Express
In Optics Express; pp. 25632-25642
DOI: 10.1364/OE.21.025632

Reviewss

2020

Characterisation and manipulation of polarisation response in plasmonic and magneto-plasmonic nanostructures and metamaterials
Khan P.;Brennan G.;Lillis J.;Tofail S.A.;Liu N.;Silien C.
(2020) Characterisation and manipulation of polarisation response in plasmonic and magneto-plasmonic nanostructures and metamaterials
In Symmetry;
DOI: 10.3390/SYM12081365

2018

Plasmon Waveguiding in Nanowires
Wei, H,Pan, D,Zhang, SP,Li, ZP,Li, Q,Liu, N,Wang, WH,Xu, HX
(2018) Plasmon Waveguiding in Nanowires
In Chemical Reviews; pp. 2882-2926
DOI: 10.1021/acs.chemrev.7b00441