Publikationen

Patente

  1. ..., A. Kriesch, title undisclosed, 2017, pending, disclosure 2018
  2. A. Kriesch, M. Weiss, C. Naydowski, title undisclosed, 2016, pending, disclosure 2017

Artikel mit Peer-Review

  1. H. W. Lee*, A. Kriesch*, S. P. Burgos, K. Chander, U. Peschel, and H. A. Atwater, (*equal contribution)
    “Antenna coupled plasmonic resonant guided wave network with subwavelength dimension”, 
    in preparation (2016).
  2. J. Semmler*, A. Kriesch*, U. Peschel, and G. Leugering, (*equal contribution)
    “Ab-initio optimization of the most efficient nanoantennas for photonic nanocircuits”,
    in preparation (2016)
  3. D. Ploss*, A. Kriesch*, C. Etrich, N. Engheta and U. Peschel, (*equal contribution)
    “Young's double-slit experiment in an epsilon-near-zero environment”,
    submitted (2016).
  4. A. Kriesch*, H. W. Lee, D. Ploss, S. P. Burgos, H. A. Atwater, and U. Peschel,
    “Broadband hyperbolic superresolution imaging”,
    in preparation (2016).
  5. S. So*, A. Kriesch*, U. Peschel, and P. Schmuki, (*equal contribution)
    “Conical-Shaped Titania Nanotubes for Optimized Light Management in DSSCs Reach Back-side Illumination Efficiencies > 8%”,
    Journal of Materials Chemistry A (RSC), 3, 12603-12608 (2015); 
    Download: doi:10.1039/C5TA02834E.
  6. H. W. Lee*, G. T. Papadakis, S. P. Burgos, K. Chander, A. Kriesch, R. Pala, U. Peschel, and H. A. Atwater, 
    “Nanoscale conducting oxide plasMOStor”,
    Nano Letters (ACS), 14 (11), 4539-4545 (2014);
    Downloads: doi:10.1021/nl502998z; external PDF at Caltech;
    Assigned US patent US20140301694 A1 and world patent WO2014165836A1 to Atwater et al. in 2014.
  7. R. Roeder*, D. Ploss, A. Kriesch, R. Buschlinger, S. Geburt, U. Peschel and C. Ronning, 
    “Polarization features of optically pumped CdS nanowire lasers”,
    Journal of Physics D (IOP), 47 (39), 394012 (2014); 
    Downloads: doi:10.1088/0022-3727/47/39/394012arxiv preprint:1407.6744.
  8. S. Dobmann*, A. Kriesch, D. Ploss and U. Peschel,
    “Near-field analysis of bright and dark modes in plasmonic metasurfaces showing extraordinary suppressed transmission”,
    Advanced Optical Materials (Wiley), 2 (10), 990-999 (2014); 
    Downloads: doi:10.1002/adom.201400237 (open access as highlight); arxiv preprint:1407.5045.
    Highlighted at Wiley materials views and printed as "best of Advanced Optical Materials" 2014.
  9. D. Ploss*, A. Kriesch, H. Pfeifer, P. Banzer and U. Peschel, 
    “Generation and subwavelength focusing of longitudinal magnetic fields in a metallized fiber tip”,
    Optics Express, 22 (11), 13744-13754 (2014); 
    Downloads: PDF; doi:10.1364/OE.22.013744 (open access); arxiv preprint:1401.8099.
  10. A. Kriesch*, S. P. Burgos, D. Ploss, H. Pfeifer, H. A. Atwater and U. Peschel, 
    “Functional Plasmonic Nanocircuits with Low Insertion and Propagation Losses”,
    Nano Letters (ACS), 13 (9), 4539-4545 (2013); doi:10.1021/nl402580c (open access); 
    Downloads: PDF; doi:10.1021/nl402580c (open access); arxiv preprint:1308.3261
    Highlight in J. Phys. Chem. Lett., Zusammenfassung in allgmeeiner Sprache (auf englisch und deutsch) und Highlight als spotlight bei nanowerk.com. Forschungspreis 2014 der SAOT, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg.
  11. S. G. Romanov*, N. Vogel, K. Bley, K. Landfester, C. K. Weiss, S. Orlov, A. V. Korovin, G. P. Chuiko, 
    A. Regensburger, A. S. Romanova, A. Kriesch, and U. Peschel,
    “Probing guided modes in a monolayer colloidal crystal on a flat metal film”,
    Physical Review B (APS), 86, 195145 (2012); 
    Download: doi:10.1103/PhysRevB.86.195145.
  12. M. D. Thoreson*, R. B. Nielsen, P. R. West, A. Kriesch, Z. Liu, J. Fang,  A. V. Kildishev, U. Peschel, V. M. Shalaev, 
    and A. Boltasseva, 
    “Studies of plasmonic hot-spot translation by a metal-dielectric layered superlens”, 
    Proc. SPIE 8093, 80931J (2011); 
    Downloads: PDF; doi:10.1117/12.894225.
  13. J. Wen*, P. Banzer, A. Kriesch, D. Ploss, B. Schmauss and U. Peschel,
    “Experimental cross-polarization detection of coupling far-field light to highly confined plasmonic gap modes via nanoantennas”,  
    Applied Physics Letters (AIP), 98, 101109 (2011); 
    Downloads: doi:10.1063/1.3564904arxiv preprint:1102.4168.

Die wissenschaftlichen Webseiten meiner Koautoren (auf englisch): Ulf PeschelHarry A. AtwaterStanley P. BurgosHoward (Ho Wai) LeePeter Banzer, Patrik SchmukiCarsten RonningVladimir M. ShalaevAlexandra Boltasseva.

Eingeladene Vorträge

  1. Stanford University, 2015,
    A. Kriesch*, D. Ploss, H. W. Lee, S. P. Burgos, S. Dobmann, H. Pfeifer, J. Naeger, H. A. Atwater, U. Peschel,
    “Novel wave penomena in plasmonic nanocircuits and metasurfaces”.
  2. Harvard University, 2014,
    A. Kriesch*, D. Ploss, H. W. Lee, S. P. Burgos, S. Dobmann, H. Pfeifer, J. Naeger, H. A. Atwater, U. Peschel,
    “Novel wave penomena in plasmonic nanocircuits and metasurfaces”.
  3. Nonlinear Optics (NLO), (OSA), Hawaii, USA, June 2013, talk, elevated to invited talk,
    A. Kriesch*, H. Pfeifer, S. P. Burgos, D. Ploss, P. Banzer, H. A. Atwater, U. Peschel,
    “Measuring the Kerr-nonlinearity of Ag in plasmonic nano-circuits”
    Download: doi:10.1364/NLO.2013.NM2A.4, Optics InfoBase.
  4. Stanford University, 2012, 
    A. Kriesch*, D. Ploss, J. Wen, P. Banzer, U. Peschel,
    “Nonlinear effects in subwavelength plasmonic directional couplers”.
  5. California Institute of Technology, 2011,
    A. Kriesch*, D. Ploss, J. Wen, P. Banzer, U. Peschel,
    “Nonlinear effects in subwavelength plasmonic directional couplers”.

Internationale Konferenz-Proceedings

  1. CLEO (OSA), USA, 2015, talk
    A. Kriesch*, H. W. Lee, D. Ploss, S. P. Burgos, H. Pfeifer, J. Naeger, H. A. Atwater, U. Peschel,
    “Negative refraction due to discrete plasmon diffraction”;
    Download: doi:10.1364/CLEO_QELS.2015.FW4E.3.
  2. CLEO (OSA), USA, 2015, talk,
    D. Ploss*, A. Kriesch*, J. Naeger, U. Peschel, (*equal contribution)
    “Epsilon-near-zero wave diffraction in the optical domain”;
    Download: doi:10.1364/CLEO_QELS.2015.FTh4E.5.
  3. MRS fall meeting, Boston, USA, 2014, talk,
    A. Kriesch*, H. W. Lee, D. Ploss, S. P. Burgos, H. A. Atwater, U. Peschel,
    “Broadband Negative Refraction due to Discrete Plasmon Diffraction”.
  4. MRS fall meeting, Boston, USA, 2014, talk,
    H. W. Lee*, G. T. Papadakis, A. Kriesch, S. P. Burgos, C. Chander, U. Peschel, H. A. Atwater,
    “Gate-Tunable Conducting Oxide Plasmonic Lightwave Circuits: Modulators and Multistate Logic in Guided Wave Networks”.
  5. MRS fall meeting, Boston, USA, 2014, poster,
    R. Roeder*, D. Riedinger, D. Ploss, A. Kriesch, R. Buschlinger, U. Peschel, and C. Ronning,
    “Investigation of semiconductor nanowire lasing emission”. 
  6. SPIE Optics and Photonics, San Diego, USA, 2014, Paper 9163-66
    H. W. Lee*, S. P. Burgos, A. Kriesch, E. Feigenbaum, R. M. Briggs, U. Peschel, and Harry A. Atwater,
    “Experimental demonstration of plasmonic resonant guided wave networks”,
  7. Gordon Research Conference & Seminar in Plasmonics, Maine, USA, June 2014, poster and session chair,
    A. Kriesch*, D. Ploss, H. W. Lee, S. P. Burgos, H. Pfeifer, J. Naeger, H. A. Atwater, U. Peschel,
    “Broadband negative refraction due to discrete diffraction in plasmonic nanocircuits”.
  8. Gordon Research Conference & Gordon Research Seminar in Plasmonics, Maine, USA, June 2014, poster,
    D. Ploss*, A. Kriesch, J. Naeger, H. Pfeifer, U. Peschel,
    “Diffraction experiments in planar nanophotonic epsilon-near-zero waveguides”.
  9. Gordon Research Conference in Plasmonics, Maine, USA, June 2014, poster,
    H. W. Lee*, G. T. Papadakis, A. Kriesch, S. P. Burgos, K. Chander, U. Peschel, H. A. Atwater,
    “Nanoscale conducting oxide plasmonic modulator “.
  10. CLEO (OSA), USA, 2014, poster,
    S. Dobmann*, A. Kriesch, D. Ploss, U. Peschel,
    “Near-field investigation of a periodic plasmonic metasurface”; 
    Download: doi:10.1364/CLEO_AT.2014.JW2A.96.
  11. Meta conference, Singapore, 2014, poster,
    A. Kriesch, H. W. Lee*, D. Ploss, S. P. Burgos, H. Pfeifer, J. Naeger, H. A. Atwater, U. Peschel,
    “Discrete diffraction below the diffraction limit in a plasmonic nanocircuit”.
  12. Meta conference, Singapore, 2014, poster,
    H. W. Lee*, G. T. Papadakis, S. P. Burgos, K. Chander, A. Kriesch, R. Pala, U. Peschel, H. A. Atwater,
    “Nanoscale conducting oxide plasmonic slot waveguide modulator”.
  13. 2014 Frontiers of Nano Science and Technology, Pasadena, USA, poster,
    H. W. Lee*, G. T. Papadakis, S. P. Burgos, K. Chander, A. Kriesch, R. Pala, U. Peschel, and H. A. Atwater,
    “Conductive oxide plasmonic modlator and tunable ENZ metamaterials”. 
  14. MRS Fall Meeting, Boston, USA, 2013, talk,
    H. W. Lee*, S. P. Burgos, G. T. Papadakis, A. Kriesch, U. Peschel, H. A. Atwater,
    “Resonant Interference Conducting Oxide Based Plasmonic Modulators”.
  15. SPP6 conference, Ottawa, Canada, May 2013, poster,
    A. Kriesch*, S. Ploss, S. P. Burgos, H. A. Atwater, U. Peschel,
    “The near-field of integrated SPP-circuits with Yagi-style antennas”.
  16. SPP6 conference, Ottawa, Canada, May 2013, talk,
    D. Ploss, H. Pfeifer*, A. Kriesch, P. Banzer, U. Peschel,
    “Manipulation of the polarization state at a nanoscale NSOM-tip aperture”.
  17. SPP6 conference, Ottawa, Canada, May 2013, poster,
    H. W. Lee*, S. P. Burgos, G. T. Papadakis, H. A. Atwater, A. Kriesch, H. Pfeifer, U. Peschel (poster order),
    “Nanoscale conducting oxide plasmonic slot waveguide modulator”.
  18. SPP6 conference, Ottawa, Canada, May 2013, poster,
    S. Dobmann*, A. Kriesch, U. Peschel,
    “Probing extraordinarily low transmission in the near-field”.
  19. CLEO Europe, (OSA) Germany, May 2013, talk,
    A. Kriesch*, S. P. Burgos, D. Ploss, H. Pfeifer, H. A. Atwater, U. Peschel,
    “Deeply subwavelength SPP components for nanophotonic circuitry”; 
    Download: doi:10.1109/CLEOE-IQEC.2013.6801910
  20. CLEO Europe (OSA) Germany, May 2013, talk,
    D. Ploss*, A. Kriesch, H. Pfeifer, P. Banzer, U. Peschel,
    “An azimuthally polarized light source for the near-field”; 
    Download: doi:10.1109/CLEOE-IQEC.2013.6801426.
  21. Nanometa conference 2013. Austria, January 2013, talk,
    A. Kriesch*, S. P. Burgos, D. Ploss, H. A. Atwater, U. Peschel,
    “A toolbox for subwavelength SPP-circuitry including Yagi-style antennas”.
  22. Nanometa conference 2013, Austria, January 2013, poster,
    D. Ploss*, A. Kriesch, H. Pfeifer, P. Banzer, U. Peschel,
    “NSOM Tips as a Nanoscale Source for Azimuthally Polarized Light”.
  23. Nonlinear Photonics, Colorado Springs, USA, June 2012, poster,
    A. Kriesch*, D. Ploss, J. Wen, U. Peschel**, (*presented),
    “Nonlinear switching in a purely plasmonic directional coupler”; 
    Download: doi:10.1364/ANIC.2012.JM5A.47.
  24. Gordon Research Conference & Gordon Research Seminar in Plasmonics, Maine, USA, June 2012, poster, 
    A. Kriesch*, D. Ploss, S. P. Burgos, J. Wen, P. Banzer, H. A. Atwater, U. Peschel,
    “Plasmonic nanocircuits with Yagi-Uda nanoantennas”.
  25. Gordon Research Conference & Gordon Research Seminar in Plasmonics, Maine, USA, June 2012, poster, 
    D. Ploss*, A. Kriesch, J. Wen, U. Peschel.
  26. CLEO/QELS (OSA), San Jose, USA, May 2012, talk,
    A. Kriesch*, D. Ploss, J. Wen, P. Banzer, U. Peschel,
    “Nonlinear effects in subwavelength plasmonic directional couplers”; 
    Download: doi:10.1364/QELS.2012.QTu1F.1.
  27. CLEO/QELS (OSA), San Jose, USA, May 2012, talk,
    A. Kriesch*, S. P. Burgos, D. Ploss, J. Wen, U. Peschel, H. A. Atwater,
    “Embedded plasmonic waveguides with Yagi-style antennas”; 
    Download: doi:10.1364/QELS.2012.QM2K.3.
  28. SPIE Optics and Photonics 2011, San Diego, USA, poster,
    A. Kriesch*, J. Wen, D. Ploss, P. Banzer, U. Peschel,
    “Subwavelength directional SPP couplers”.
  29. SPP5 Korea, May 2011, talk,
    A. Kriesch*, J. Wen, D. Ploss, P. Banzer, and U. Peschel,
    “Connecting antennas, waveguides and couplers in nanoplasmonics”.
  30. CLEO Europe, (OSA) Germany, May 2011, talk,
    A. Kriesch*, D. Ploss, J. Wen, P. Banzer, and U. Peschel,
    “Probing nanoplasmonic waveguides and couplers with optical antennas”; 
    Download: doi:10.1109/CLEOE.2011.5943609.
  31. CLEO Europe, (OSA) Germany, May 2011, talk,
    J. Wen*, A. Kriesch, D. Ploss, P. Banzer, Schmauss, and U. Peschel,
    “Investigating plasmonic gap modes coupled to nanoantennas”; 
    Download: doi:10.1109/CLEOE.2011.5943610.
  32. CLEO Europe, (OSA) Germany, May 2011, poster,
    D. Ploss*, A. Kriesch, J. Wen, and U. Peschel,
    “Low loss wireless interconnects in plasmonic nanocircuitry”; 
    Download: doi:10.1109/CLEOE.2011.5942935.
  33. CLEO/QELS (OSA) USA, 2010, talk,
    J. Wen*, P. Banzer, D. Ploss, A. Kriesch, Schmauss, and U. Peschel, (2010).
    “Excitation of gap plasmonic waveguides by nano antennas”; 
    Download: doi:10.1364/QELS.2010.QMF1.

Workshops & Sommerschulen

  1. EU COST Summer School Advances on Nanophotonics, MP0702, Erice, Italy, 2010, poster with travel grant,
    A. Kriesch*, D. Ploss, J. Wen, and U. Peschel,
    “Excitation and detection of discrete surface plasmon diffraction”.
  2. EU COST Summer School on Plasmonics, MP0702, Porquerolle, France, 2009, poster with travel grant,
    A. Kriesch*, and U. Peschel,
    “Discrete diffraction and nanoscale coupling in plasmonic waveguide arrays”
  3. 4th German-Korean Workshop on Nanophotonics, South Korea, 2008, invited talk,
    M. Schmidt*, L. Prill-Sempere, H. Tyagi, H. W. Lee, A. Kriesch, P. S. J. Russell, 
    “Plasmons and waveguiding in long thin nanostructures”.
  4. COST MP0702 Kick-Off Workshop, Warsaw, 2008, plenary talk,
    M. Schmidt*, L. Prill-Sempere, H. Tyagi, H. W. Lee, A. Kriesch, P. S. J. Russell, 
    “Transmission properties of regular arrays of metallic nanowires”.

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