The Nanophotonics Group explores the integration of nanophotonic devices into multi-domain systems. The goal of this work is to develop novel device structures for defense, health, and biometric sensor applications.
Activities in this area include modeling, fabrication/growth, and characterization of structures with engineered photonic bandgaps; specifically photonic crystals (PhCs).
Current research directions include:
- nano-opto-fluidic PhC defect structures to enhance the sensitivity of laser induced fluorescence detection systems
- device fabrication methods and architectures for simple, co-integration with common materials used in microfluidic and lab-on-a-chip systems
- active tuning in nanoscale lattice structures for adaptive structures and color change coatings
Jeremy Dawson, Research Assistant Professor
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