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Posted: April 9, 2009
Book: Nanophotonics and Nanofabrication
(Nanowerk News) Starting out with a review of the principles of nanophotonics, this book covers a wide range of novel nanofabrication technologies. The internationally recognized editor pioneered this field of research and here he has gathered together a team of authors to highlight the technical details and procedures for both discrete particle as well as surface structure generation. They also illustrate the application potential of different materials, including biological, inorganic and artificial ones.
An invaluable monograph for materials scientists, chemists, physicists, telecommunications engineers, surface and physical chemists.
Key Topics Covered:
Nanofabrication Principles and Practice
Nanofabrication by Self-Organization and Other Related Technologies
Fabrication of Quantum Dots for Nanophotonic Devices
ZnO Nanorod Heterostructures for Nanophotonic Device Applications
Lithography by Nanophotonics
Nanopatterned Media for High Density Storage
Nanophotonics Recording Device for High-Density Storage
X-Ray Devices and the Possibility of Applying Nanophotonics
Nanostructuring of Thin Film Surfaces in Femtosecond Laser Ablation
Quantum Dot Nanophotonic Waveguides
Hierarchy in Optical Near-fields and its Application to Nanofabrication
About the Author
Motoichi Ohtsu is professor of electrical engineering and information systems at the University of Tokyo, Japan. He obtained his engineering doctorate degree from the Tokyo Institute of Technology and began his scientific career there. Professor Ohtsu has authored over 410 scientific publications and holds 87 patents.
He is the author, co-author, and editor of 55 books, including 22 in English. He has received 14 scientific awards, comprising the Issac Koga Gold Medal of URSI, the Japan Royal Medal with a Purple Ribbon from the Japanese Government, and Distinguished Achievement Award from the IEICE of Japan. He is a member of the board of numerous committees in the Japanese government and Japanese and international academic societies as well as a fellow of the OSA.