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Nanostructures for tuning of optical properties: Light and matter wave applications

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Research highlights of nanostructured devices fabricated mainly by the means of electron beam lithography at the Bergen NanoStructures Laboratory (BNSL) are presented. The investigations of the optical properties of metal nanoparticles are shown for the ultimate goal of developing an all metal solar cell. Also photonic crystals where small 2D photonic crystal arrays are made to work as if they were larger than their physical size are discussed, and finally our novel ‘atom-sieve’, a freestanding nanostructured diffractive element, fabricated in SiNx, which we use for focusing a neutral beam of helium atoms, is shown.

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