Plasmonic antennas as design elements for coherent ultrafast nanophotonics

@article{Brinks2013PlasmonicAA,
  title={Plasmonic antennas as design elements for coherent ultrafast nanophotonics},
  author={Daniel M. Brinks and M. Castro-L{\'o}pez and R. Hildner and N. V. van Hulst},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences},
  year={2013},
  volume={110},
  pages={18386 - 18390}
}
Significance The focus of ultrafast science is rapidly moving toward increasingly complex systems, both on a fundamental level (such as quantum networks in diamond or excitonic coherence in photosynthesis) and in applied physics (such as multiphoton microscopy in membranes and cells). However, to disentangle the heterogeneous contributions to dynamics in such complex structures, femtosecond time resolution needs to be accompanied by nanometric spatial excitation volumes. Here we present… Expand
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