Dr. Martin Silies

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Dr. Martin Silies

Dr. Martin Silies

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W2 2-201 

Telefon:
+49 - (0)441 - 798 3515

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+49 - (0)441 - 798 3890

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Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg
Fakultät V - Institut für Physik
AG Ultraschnelle Nano-Optik
D-26111 Oldenburg

Publikationen in der AG Ultraschnelle Nano-Optik

2021.2

Space- and time-resolved second harmonic spectroscopy of coupled plasmonic nanocavities
Adi Salomon, Heiko Kollmann, Manfred Mascheck, Slawa Schmidt, Yehiam Prior, Christoph Lienau, and Martin Silies
Nanophotonics, accepted for publication

2021.1

Transmitting Surface Plasmon Polaritons across Nanometer-Sized Gaps by Optical near-Field Coupling
Vladimir Smirnov, Sven Stephan, Michael Westphal, Daniel Emmrich, André Beyer, Armin Gölzhäuser, Christoph Lienau, and Martin Silies
ACS Photonics 8, 832-840 (2021)

2020.1

Strongly coupled, high-quality plasmonic dimer antennas fabricated using a sketch-and-peel technique
Moritz Gittinger, Katja Höflich, Vladimir Smirnov, Heiko Kollmann, Christoph Lienau, and Martin Silies
Nanophotonics   9, 401-412 (2020)

 

2019.3
Resonant behaviour of a single plasmonic helix
Katja Höflich, Thorsten Feichtner, Enno Hansjürgen, Caspar Haverkamp, Heiko Kollmann, Christoph Lienau, and Martin Silies
Optica 6, 1098-1105 (2019)

2019.1
Steering second-harmonic radiation through local excitations of plasmon
Kyungwan Yoo, Simon F. Becker, Martin Silies, Sunkyu Yu, Christoph Lienau, and Namkyoo Park
Optics Express, 27, 18246 (2019)

2018.1
Fourier-transform spatial modulation spectroscopy of single gold nanorods
Heiko Kollmann, Martin Esmann, Julia Witt, Aleksandra Markovic, Vladimir Smirnov, Gunther Wittstock, Martin Silies, and Christoph Lienau
Nanophotonics 7, 715
 

2017.7
Spotlight on Excitonic Coupling in Polymorphic and Textured Anilino Squaraine Thin Films
Frank Balzer, Heiko Kollmann, Matthias Schulz, Gregor Schnakenburg, Arne Lützen, Marc Schmidtmann, Christoph Lienau, Martin Silies, and Manuela Schiek
ACS Crystal Growth & Design 17, 6455

2017.1
Probing Coherent Surface Plasmon Polariton Propagation Using Ultrabroadband Spectral Interferometry
Jue-Min Yi , Dongchao Hou, Heiko Kollmann, Vladimir Smirnov, Zsuzsanna Pápa, Péter Dombi, Martin Silies, and Christoph Lienau
ACS Photonics 4, 347 (2017)

2016.5
Near-field-assisted localization: effect of size and filling factor of randomly distributed zinc oxide nanoneedles on multiple scattering and localization of light
Martin Silies, Manfred Mascheck, David Leipold, Heiko Kollmann, Slawa Schmidt, Janos Sartor, Takashi Yatsui, Kokoro Kitamura, Motoicho Ohtsu, Heinz Kalt, Erich Runge, Christoph Lienau
Applied Physics B (2016)

 

2016.1
Suppression of Radiative Damping and Enhancement of Second Harmonic Generation in Bull’s Eye Nanoresonators
Jue-Min Yi, Vladimir Smirnov, Xianji Piao, Jiho Hong, Heiko Kollmann, Martin Silies, Wei Wang, Petra Groß, Ralf Vogelgesang, Namkyoo Park, and Christoph Lienau
ACS Nano 10, 475 (2016)

2014.04
Toward Plasmonics with Nanometer Precision: Nonlinear Optics of Helium-Ion Milled Gold Nanoantennas
Heiko Kollmann, Xianji Piao, Martin Esmann, Simon F. Becker, Dongchao Hou, Chuong Huynh, Lars-Oliver Kautschor, Guido Bösker, Henning Vieker, André Beyer, Armin Gölzhäuser, Namkyoo Park, Ralf Vogelgesang, Martin Silies, and Christoph Lienau
Nano Letters 14, 4478-4784 (2014)

2013.03
Ultrafast dynamics of localized light modes
David Leipold, Martin Silies, Manfred Mascheck, Christoph Lienau, Erich Runge
Ann. Phys. 525, (1-2) 199-204 (2013)

2012.02
Observing the localization of light in space and time by ultrafast second harmonic microscopy
M. Mascheck, S. Schmidt, M. Silies, T. Yatsui, K. Kitamura, M. Ohtsu, D. Leipold, E. Runge, and C. Lienau
Nature Photonics 6, 293-298 (2012)

2011.04
Ultrasmall bullets of light- focusing few-cycle light pulses to the diffraction limit
B. Piglosiewicz, D. Sadiq, M. Mascheck, S. Schmidt, M. Silies, P. Vasa, and C. Lienau
Optics Express 19, 14451-14463 (2011)

2010.07
Distinguishing between ultrafast optical harmonic generation and multi-photon-induced luminescence from ZnO thin films by frequency-resolved interferometric autocorrelation microscopy
S. Schmidt, M. Mascheck, M. Silies, T. Yatsui, K. Kitamura, M. Ohtsu, and C. Lienau
Optics Express 18, 25016-25028 (2010)

Frühere Publikationen

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(Stand: 31.03.2021)