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As alternatives to conventional metals, new plasmonic materials offer many advantages in the rapidly growing fields of plasmonics and metamaterials. These advantages include low intrinsic loss, semiconductor-based design, compatibility with standard nanofabrication processes, tunability, and others. Transparent conducting oxides such as Al:ZnO, Ga:ZnO and(More)
Advances in genome assembly and phasing provide an opportunity to investigate the diploid architecture of the human genome and reveal the full range of structural variation across population groups. Here we report the de novo assembly and haplotype phasing of the Korean individual AK1 (ref. 1) using single-molecule real-time sequencing, next-generation(More)
Aberrant DNA methylation, as an epigenetic marker of cancer, influences tumor development and progression. We downloaded publicly available DNA methylation and gene expression datasets of matched cancer and normal pairs from the Cancer Genome Atlas Data Portal and performed a systematic computational analysis. This study has three aims to screen genes that(More)
Transparent Conducting Oxides (TCOs) enable the realization of practical plasmonic and metamaterial devices at the telecommunication frequency due to their low optical loss and CMOS compatibility. By employing a conventional dry-etching process, we have fabricated GZO plasmonic waveplates, which convert linearly polarized light into circularly polarized(More)
A metal/dielectric multilayered metasurface can be used to engineer the plasma frequency by controlling the ratio between the metal and dielectric layers. In this work, we demonstrate that a multilayered nanodisk metasurface based on semiconductor materials offers the design flexibility for tuning the plasmonic resonance.
Transparent conductive oxides (TCOs) as substitutes to metals could offer many advantages for low-loss plasmonic and metamaterial (MM) applications in the near infrared (NIR) regime. By employing a lift-off process, we fabricated 2D-periodic arrays of TCO nanodisks and characterized the material’s plasmonic properties to evaluate the performance of TCOs as(More)
Conventional plasmonic materials, namely noble metals, hamper the realization of practical plasmonic devices due to their intrinsic limitations, such as lack of capabilities to tune in real-time their optical properties, failure to assimilate with CMOS-standards, and severe degradation at elevated temperatures. Transparent conducting oxides (TCOs) is a(More)
The next generation digital signage (NGDS) has become extremely important as a new innovative information system that provides interactive information to users by capturing contextual information through the utilization of the state-of-the-art technologies. NGDS gets wide popularity from millions of people due to its advanced information services that fit(More)