Phase-sensitive terahertz imaging using room-temperature near-field nanodetector

@inproceedings{Giordano2018PhasesensitiveTI,
  title={Phase-sensitive terahertz imaging using room-temperature near-field nanodetector},
  author={Maria Caterina Giordano and Leonardo Viti and Oleg Mitrofanov and Miriam Serena Vitiello},
  year={2018}
}
Imaging applications in the terahertz (THz) frequency range are severely restricted by diffraction. Near-field scanning probe microscopy is commonly employed to enable mapping of the THz electromagnetic fields with sub-wavelength spatial resolution, allowing intriguing scientific phenomena to be explored, such as charge carrier dynamics in nanostructures and THz plasmon-polaritons in novel 2D materials and devices. High-resolution THz imaging, so far, has relied predominantly on THz detection… 

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