Optical Sciences

Biomolecules and nanostructures

The Optical Sciences group studies the interaction of light and matter at the nanoscale. We do this by exploring ways to shape light and its environment. It's what we call active and passive control. Our current focus is on the interaction of light with biomolecules and nanostructures. We are part of Twente University's Department of Science and Technology and member of the MESA+ institute.
We participate in the EU-COST actions MP1102: Coherent Raman microscopy (MicroCor) and CM1202: Supramolecular photocatalytic water splitting (PERSPECT-H2O)

 

High brightness diode lasers

collaboration with the Laser Physics and Nonlinear Materials Group of Prof. Dr. K.J. Boller

  • Herman Offerhaus - Scientific Staff



  • Articles

    The following articles have been published regarding this project:

    Holographic injection locking of a broad area laser diode via a photorefractive thin-film device

    (abstract) (full pdf)
    P. D. van Voorst, M.R. de Wit, H. L. Offerhaus, S. Tay, J. Thomas, N. Peyghambarian and K.-J. Boller
    Optics Express
    Vol. 15, No. 26 p17587-17591 dec 24 2007
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