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Simulation of Electrothermoplasmonic Flow Around an Array of Gold Nanoantennas for Plasmonic Sensing

E. Ruiz-Reina1, R.A. Rica2, J. García3, R. Quidant4
1University of Málaga, Spain
2University of Granada, Spain
3ICFO-Institut de Ciències Fotòniques, Barcelona In
4ICREA-Institució Catalana de Recerca i Estudis Ava

Plasmonic-based biosensors have emerged as a powerful, cost effective and portable platform for phatogen and biomarker detection. In particular, Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance (LSPR) based systems, which rely on resonance shift tracking, present high sensitivity, specificity and ... Read More

Optimization of Piezoelectric-Triboelectric Hybrid Generator Design

M. Padmanabhan1, G. Barbosa1
1Rhode Island College, Providence, RI, USA

Devices which scavenge energy from ambient mechanical sources such as human body movement and ocean waves are undergoing rapid research and development. Both triboelectric and piezoelectric effects have been employed in the design of such devices. In this work, we use the MEMS Module in ... Read More

Solving PDEs with Spatial & Time Varying Coefficients: Dirac Wave Function Passes Through EM Wave

A. J. Kalinowski1
1Consultant

The Dirac equation is employed in particle physics and historically gave the first combined unification of quantum mechanics and relativity theory by introducing a four component wave function Ψn n=1…4. This wave function describes the behavior of fermion type particles. The effect of a ... Read More

Numerical Analysis of Star-Shaped Nanostructures as Optical Detectors

R. Diaz de Leon-Zapata1, J. V. González-Fernández1, A. B. de la Rosa-Zapata1, E. Flores-García1, J. Sanchez2, J. Gonzalez2
1Tecnologico Nacional de Mexico/ITSLP, Mexico
2UASLP, San Luis Potosí, Mexico

With the use of COMSOL Multiphysics®, a full characterization of star shaped geometry structures of silver-zinc oxide (Ag-ZnO-Au) study is presented. Analysis with different thicknesses of gold cover, as well as with different lengths and additional arrangements of the structure have ... Read More

Equation-Based Adsorption Modeling for Aqueous Inorganic Species in Cylindrical Porous Media

J. Kim1, A. Morgott1, Z. Wu1, A. Puroll1, M. Miles1, W. Stoner1, Q. Li2
1Access Business Group, Ada, MI, USA
2Rice University/NSF ERC for NEWT, Houston, TX, USA

Numerous adsorptive media have been evaluated for the removal of inorganic contaminants in water, such as harmful heavy metals, toxic oxyanions, and radioactive species. Due to the complexity of water chemistry and chemical reactions at adsorptive media surface, lab-scale adsorption ... Read More

An AlGaN/GaN Based UV Photodetector Simulation Using COMSOL® to Obtain the Fresnel Coefficients

B. Uppalapati1, G. Koley1, A. Kota2
1Clemson University, Clemson, SC, USA
2University of Dayton, Dayton, OH, USA

Over the past two decades, extensive research has been conducted on ultraviolet (UV) photodetectors (PDs) because of their potential applications across various fields including military, medicine, environmental monitoring, and deep space explorations. To fabricate solar-blind UV PDs ... Read More

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