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Electro-Optical Switch based on One-Dimensional Graphene-Plasmonic Crystals Sakineh Almasi Monfared, Mahmood Seifouri, Seyedeh Mehri Hamidi,Seyed Majid Mohseni In the present study, an electro-optical switch using one-dimensional plasmonic photonic crystals and bilayer graphene was demonstrated experimentally and theoretically. The optical modes of band gap in crystal can be tuned due to the unique optical properties of […]

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In this days, the Journal of Nano Energy publishes a new paper entitled as “A multiferroic module for biomechanical energy harvesting” The growth and ubiquitous use of mobile electronics and the Internet of Things is driving a rapid surge in research into self-powered personal electronic devices and sensor networks. Scavenging human biomechanical energy via piezoelectricity […]

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Nanophotonic Structures with Optical Surface modes for Tunable Spin Current Generation P.V. Penkina, D.O. Ignatyeva, P.O. Kapralov, S.K. Sekatskii, M. Nur-E-Alam, M. Vasiliev, K. Alameh, A.V. Gopal, Y.Song, S.M. Hamidi, A.K. Zvezdin and V.I. Belotelov Spintronics has been demonstrated to be very promising for data processing and storage. However, the problem of the efficient and tunable spin […]


The Journal of ACS Nano published a paper entitled as “Fano Resonant Aluminum Nanoclusters for Plasmonic Colorimetric Sensing” Abstract- Aluminum is an abundant and high-quality material for plasmonics with potential for large-area, low-cost photonic technologies. Here we examine Aluminum nanoclusters, with plasmonic Fano resonances that can be tuned from the near-UV into the visible region […]


In this days, Journal of Optics Express publishes a new paper entitled as “Local field enhancement using a photonic-plasmonic nanostructure” Over the last few years, optical nanoantennas are continuously attracting interest owing to their ability to efciently confne, localize resonance, and signifcantly enhanced electromagnetic felds at a subwavelength scale. However, such strong confnement can be […]

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In this days, the Journal of Plasmonics publishes a new paper entitled as “Tuning of SPR for Colocalized Characterization of Biomolecules Using Nanoparticle-Containing Multilayers” In this contribution, we quantify the fine-tuning of surface plasmon resonance via nanoparticle coating of gold SPR chips. We target preparation of atomically flat surface with defined charge, needed for scanning […]

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Light emitting polymers in two dimensional plasmonic multi wavelength random laser S. F. Haddawi, A.K. Kodeary, N.S. Shnan, Hammad R. Humud, S. M. Hamidi Red, Green and Blue Multi wavelength lasing is desired in two dimensional flexible plasmonic multi-layer structure based on light emitting polymers and gold nanostructure. For this purpose, gold nano-structure is covered […]

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The effect of dye concentration and cell thickness on dye–polymer random laser action R. A. Ejbarah, J. M. Jassim, S. M. Hamidi This study has been aimed to explore the effect of dye concentration, cell thickness, and polymers on the characteristics of random laser (emission spectrum, full width at half maximum (FWHM), and lasing threshold). […]

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The Journal of ACS Photonics published a paper entitled as “Reducing the Complexity: Enantioselective Chiral Near-Fields by Diagonal Slit and Mirror Configuration” ABSTRACT: We report an easy-to-fabricate plasmonic design consisting of diagonal slits in a metallic film on top of a mirror for the generation of chiral near-fields of one single handedness. Our numerical investigations […]

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Red and Blue color production by flexible all-dielectric structure N. Roostaei, N. S. Shnan, S. M. Hamidi Color production by using plasmonic structures has been extensively studied. Due to the inherent damping of plasmons, such plasmonic structures are challenging to produce high-resolution color. Recently, color production by using all-dielectric metasurfaces has attracted much attention. Here, […]