Optical Sciences

Biomolecules and nanostructures

The Optical Sciences group studies the interaction of light and matter. Our current focus is on detection and sensing/imaging with an emphasis on the development of integrated photonics. We are part of Twente University's Department of Science and Technology and member of the MESA+ institute.

 

Dr. Eliane Flück - Former Member
 




For more info about Eliane Flück visit www.flueck-kuenzle.ch/eliane


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Articles by Eliane Flück


Near-field probing of photonic crystals

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E. Flück, M. Hammer, W.L. Vos, N.F. van Hulst, L. Kuipers
Photonics and Nanostructures - Fundamentals and Applications
vol. 2 issue 2 p127-p135 aug 12 2004

Near-field optical investigation of three-dimensional photonic crystals

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E. Flück, N.F. van Hulst, W.L. Vos, L. Kuipers
Phys. Rev. E Rapid Communication
vol 68 issue 1: p015601 (4 pages) july 3 2003

Amplitude and phase evolution of optical fields inside periodic photonic stuctures

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E. Flück, M. Hammer, A.M. Otter, J.P. Korterik, L. Kuipers, and N.F. van Hulst
IEEE Journal of Lightwave Technology
vol 21 issue 5 p1384-p1393 may 2003

Large area photonic crystal slabs for visible light with waveguiding defect structures: Fabrication with focused ion beam assisted laser interference lithography

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Vogelaar L, Nijdam W, van Wolferen HAGM, de Ridder RM, Segerink FB, Flück E, Kuipers L, van Hulst NF
ADVANCED MATERIALS
vol 13 issue 20: p1551-p1554 OCT 16 2001

Local phase measurements of light in a one-dimensional photonic crystal

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Flück E, Otter AM, Korterik JP, Balistreri MLM, Kuipers L, Van Hulst NF
JOURNAL OF MICROSCOPY-OXFORD
vol 202: p104-p109 part 1 APR 2001

Photon scanning tunneling microscopy of tailor-made photonic structures

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Peeters C, Flück E, Otter AM, Balistreri MLM, Korterik JP, Kuipers L, van Hulst NF
APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS
vol 77 issue 1: p142-p144 JUL 3 2000
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