Short-Term Scientific Missions - 2014

 

Proponent

Host group

Title

1

Bettina Frank, University of Stuttgart, Germany

Javier Garcia de Abajo, ICFO Barcelona, Spain

Spectroscopy of single crystalline gold flakes with nanostructures

2

Harald Giessen, University of Stuttgart, Germany

Javier Garcia de Abajo, ICFO Barcelona, Spain

Spectroscopy of single crystalline gold flakes with nanostructures

3

Andreas Tittl, University of Stuttgart, Germany

Ronen Rapaport, HUJI Jerusalem, Israel

Large-angle small-spot reflectance measurements on plasmonic perfect absorbers

4

Ramon Walter, University of Stuttgart, Germany

Ronen Rapaport, HUJI Jerusalem, Israel

Large-angle small-spot reflectance measurements on plasmonic perfect absorbers

5

Lara Mikac, Rudjer Boskovic Institute, Croatia

Pietro Gucciardi, CNR Messina, Italy

Deposition of silver and gold nanoparticles on porous Si for SERS applications

6

Antoine Aubret, Institut Lumière Matière Villeurbanne, France

Michel Orrit, Leiden Institute of Physic, Netherlands

Optical nanosensors for the contact geometry of surfaces

7

Steffen Trautmann, IPHT Jena, Germany

Javier Aizpurua, CSIC-UPV/EHU Donostia, Spain

Numerical calculation of electromagnetic fields at complex shaped TERS probes

8

Alexander Laikhtman, Holon Institute of Technology, Israel

Marius Enachescu, University Politehnica Bucharest, Romania

Optimizing micro-Raman spectroscop for investigation of chemical and physical state of absorbed deuterium

9

Annika Bräuer, University of Tübingen, Germany

Ronen Rapaport, HUJI Jerusalem, Israel

Complex plasmonic antennas for efficient emission of single photons from nanocrystals quantum dots

10

Teresa Amorim, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal

Raul Rodriguez, TU Chemnitz, Germany

Development of scanning probe microscopy methods for near-field nano-optics

11

Eugene Bortchagovsky, V. Lashkarev Institute Kiev, Ukraine

Pierre-Michel Adam, University of Technology Troyes, France

Analysis of the line-shape of a plasmonic resonance in the transmission spectra

12

Jelena Butikova, University of Latvia, Latvia

Kristjan Saal, University of Tartu, Estonia

Nanodumbbells

13

Andreja Leskovac, Vinca Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Serbia

Vladana Vukojevic, Karolinska Institute Stockholm, Sweden

Dopamine receptor dynamics and interactions in the plasma membrane by FCS

14

Urzula Wykowska, University of Bialystok, Poland

Per Nordblad, Uppsala University, Sweden

Magnetic properties of nanomaterials

15

Valeri Lozovski, National University of Kyiv, Ukraine

Oliver Schmidt, Leibnitz-Institut Dresden, Germany

Development of magnetooptic nanostructures

16

Moshe Harats, HUJI Jerusalem, Israel

Oliver Benson, Humboldt-University Berlin, Germany

Precise nano-positioning of single emitters to plasmonic nano-antennas

17

Nitzan Livneh, HUJI Jerusalem, Israel

Oliver Benson, Humboldt-University Berlin, Germany

Precise nano-positioning of single emitters to plasmonic nano-antennas

18

Xavier Toledo-Fuentes, University of Namur, Belgium

Emmanuel Benichou, CNRS University Lyon, France

Second harmonic generation of nanoparticles/membranes interfaces