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Nanofiber based displacement sensor.

@inproceedings{Ding2020NanofiberBD,
  title={Nanofiber based displacement sensor.},
  author={Chengjie Ding and Maxime Joos and Constanze Bach and Tom Bienaim{\'e} and Elisabeth Giacobino and E Wu and Alberto Bramati and Quentin Glorieux},
  year={2020}
}
  • Chengjie Ding, Maxime Joos, +5 authors Quentin Glorieux
  • Published 2020
  • Physics
  • We report on the realization of a displacement sensor based on an optical nanofiber. A single gold nano-sphere is deposited on top of a nanofiber and the system is placed within a standing wave which serves as a position ruler. Scattered light collected within the guided mode of the fiber gives a direct measure of the nanofiber displacement. We calibrated our device and found a sensitivity up to 1.2~nm/$\sqrt{\text{Hz}}$. A mechanical model based on the Mie scattering theory is then used to… CONTINUE READING

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