Quantitative Analysis and Optimization of On-Chip Interference Functionalities for Nanophotonics Standing Wave Array Traps

@inproceedings{Lin2015QuantitativeAA,
  title={Quantitative Analysis and Optimization of On-Chip Interference Functionalities for Nanophotonics Standing Wave Array Traps},
  author={Jun Lin and Mohammad Soltani and James T. Inman and Michelle D Wang},
  year={2015}
}
The advent of an on-chip optical trapping platform based on nanophotonic interference has allowed parallel processing of biomolecules and holds the promise to make single molecule manipulation and precision measurements more easily and broadly available. The nanophotonic standing wave array trap (nSWAT) device1 has recently been demonstrated to be capable of trapping an array of beads by the evanescent field of the standing wave of a nanophotonic waveguide. Here, in order to more efficiently… CONTINUE READING