Alfred J. Meixner mostly deals with Optics, Raman spectroscopy, Analytical chemistry, Photoluminescence and Molecular physics. His Numerical aperture, Parabolic reflector, Plasmon, Laser and Optical microscope study are his primary interests in Optics. His study in Raman spectroscopy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Thin film and Diindenoperylene.
His Photoluminescence research entails a greater understanding of Optoelectronics. He has included themes like Laser beams, Nanotechnology, Holography and Microscopy in his Optoelectronics study. His Molecular physics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Fluorescence spectroscopy, Spectral hole burning, Stark effect, Matrix isolation and Optical microcavity.
His main research concerns Optics, Optoelectronics, Plasmon, Molecular physics and Photoluminescence. His study involves Optical microscope, Near-field scanning optical microscope, Laser, Microscopy and Microscope, a branch of Optics. Alfred J. Meixner interconnects Stimulated emission and Second-harmonic generation in the investigation of issues within Optoelectronics.
His Plasmon research includes themes of Surface plasmon resonance, Scattering and Nanotechnology, Nanophotonics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Excited state, Spontaneous emission, Fluorescence spectroscopy and Analytical chemistry in addition to Molecular physics. The various areas that Alfred J. Meixner examines in his Photoluminescence study include Luminescence, Nanomaterials and Raman spectroscopy.
Optoelectronics, Plasmon, Chemical physics, Photoluminescence and Second-harmonic generation are his primary areas of study. His work deals with themes such as Laser and Interferometry, which intersect with Optoelectronics. His work investigates the relationship between Plasmon and topics such as Scattering that intersect with problems in Excited state.
His research on Photoluminescence also deals with topics like
Alfred J. Meixner mainly focuses on Optoelectronics, Hypericin, Fluorescence, Degree of polarization and Heterojunction. His study of Quantum dot is a part of Optoelectronics. Alfred J. Meixner combines subjects such as Photochemistry and Photosensitizer with his study of Fluorescence.
His Degree of polarization research includes elements of Monolayer, Spin polarization, Condensed matter physics and Carrier lifetime. The Heterojunction study combines topics in areas such as van der Waals force, Point reflection and Semiconductor. His work carried out in the field of Second-harmonic generation brings together such families of science as Lithography, Femtosecond, Lithium niobate, Signal and Crystal.
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Exponential Decay Lifetimes of Excitons in Individual Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes
Axel Hagen;Mathias Steiner;Markus B. Raschke;Christoph Lienau.
Physical Review Letters (2005)
Modifying single-crystalline silicon by femtosecond laser pulses: an analysis by micro Raman spectroscopy, scanning laser microscopy and atomic force microscopy
J Bonse;K.-W Brzezinka;A.J Meixner.
Applied Surface Science (2004)
A high numerical aperture parabolic mirror as imaging device for confocal microscopy.
M. A. Lieb;A. J. Meixner.
Optics Express (2001)
Plasmonic coupling of bow tie antennas with Ag nanowire.
Zheyu Fang;Linran Fan;Chenfang Lin;Dai Zhang.
Nano Letters (2011)
Spectral hole burning in glasses and polymer films: the Stark effect
Alfred J. Meixner;Alois Renn;Stephan E. Bucher;Urs P. Wild.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1986)
Double-pulse technique as an electrochemical tool for controlling the preparation of metallic nanoparticles
M Ueda;H Dietz;A Anders;H Kneppe.
Electrochimica Acta (2002)
Local Observation of Phase Segregation in Mixed-Halide Perovskite.
Xiaofeng Tang;Marius van den Berg;Ening Gu;Anke Horneber.
Nano Letters (2018)
Temperature profile of fiber tips used in scanning near‐field optical microscopy
M. Stähelin;M. A. Bopp;G. Tarrach;A. J. Meixner.
Applied Physics Letters (1996)
Tighter focusing with a parabolic mirror
J Stadler;C Stanciu;C Stupperich;A J Meixner.
Optics Letters (2008)
The histidine kinase AHK5 integrates endogenous and environmental signals in Arabidopsis guard cells.
Radhika Desikan;Radhika Desikan;Jakub Horak;Christina Chaban;Virtudes Mira-Rodado.
PLOS ONE (2008)
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