Gregory A. Wurtz focuses on Plasmon, Optics, Metamaterial, Polarization and Nanorod. His primary area of study in Plasmon is in the field of Surface plasmon polariton. While the research belongs to areas of Surface plasmon polariton, Gregory A. Wurtz spends his time largely on the problem of Localized surface plasmon, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Smart material, Nanobiotechnology and Orders of magnitude.
His research in Metamaterial tackles topics such as Photonics which are related to areas like Hyperbolic metamaterials, Selective excitation and Plasmonic metamaterials. The Polarization study combines topics in areas such as Dipole, Optoelectronics, Condensed matter physics, Electron and Anisotropy. His Nanorod study introduces a deeper knowledge of Nanotechnology.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Plasmon, Optoelectronics, Optics, Metamaterial and Nanorod. He studies Plasmon, namely Surface plasmon polariton. His Optoelectronics study incorporates themes from Ultrashort pulse and Nonlinear optics.
His study in the field of Photonic metamaterial also crosses realms of Metamaterial absorber. His Nanorod research focuses on Nonlinear system and how it relates to Classical mechanics. His Polarization research includes elements of Wavelength and Electron.
His main research concerns Optics, Optoelectronics, Metamaterial, Plasmon and Ultrashort pulse. His Optics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Nanowire and Signal. His Optoelectronics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Nonlinear optics and Laser.
His research in Metamaterial intersects with topics in Photonics, Nanorod, Femtosecond and Anisotropy. In his study, Permittivity is inextricably linked to Second-harmonic generation, which falls within the broad field of Nanorod. Gregory A. Wurtz works in the field of Plasmon, namely Surface plasmon polariton.
Metamaterial, Optics, Plasmon, Optoelectronics and Ultrashort pulse are his primary areas of study. His Metamaterial research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Mode coupling and Anisotropy. Gregory A. Wurtz interconnects Electron, Nanorod, High harmonic generation and Nonlinear system in the investigation of issues within Plasmon.
Gregory A. Wurtz has researched Nanorod in several fields, including Nonlinear optical, Broadband and Second-harmonic generation. His work on Waveguide as part of general Optoelectronics research is frequently linked to Metamaterial absorber, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Polarization research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Photonics, Optical communication, Terahertz radiation, Picosecond and Localized surface plasmon.
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Plasmonic nanorod metamaterials for biosensing.
A Kabashin;Paul R. Evans;S. Pastkovsky;William Hendren.
Nature Materials (2009)
Near-Field Interference for the Unidirectional Excitation of Electromagnetic Guided Modes
Francisco J. Rodríguez-Fortuño;Francisco J. Rodríguez-Fortuño;Giuseppe Marino;Pavel Ginzburg;Daniel O’Connor.
Designed ultrafast optical nonlinearity in a plasmonic nanorod metamaterial enhanced by nonlocality
G.A. Wurtz;Robert Pollard;William Hendren;G.P. Wiederrecht.
Nature Nanotechnology (2011)
Molecular plasmonics with tunable exciton-plasmon coupling strength in J-aggregate hybridized Au nanorod assemblies.
Gregory A. Wurtz;Paul R. Evans;William Hendren;Ronald Atkinson.
Nano Letters (2007)
Optical bistability in nonlinear surface-plasmon polaritonic crystals.
Gregory Wurtz;Robert Pollard;Anatoly Zayats.
Physical Review Letters (2006)
Optical nonlocalities and additional waves in epsilon-near-zero metamaterials.
Robert Pollard;Antony Murphy;William Hendren;Paul Evans.
Physical Review Letters (2009)
Coherent Coupling of Molecular Excitons to Electronic Polarizations of Noble Metal Nanoparticles
Gary P. Wiederrecht;Gregory A. Wurtz;Jasmina Hranisavljevic.
Nano Letters (2004)
Spin–orbit coupling in surface plasmon scattering by nanostructures
D O'Connor;P Ginzburg;F J Rodríguez-Fortuño;G A Wurtz.
Nature Communications (2014)
Electronically controlled surface plasmon dispersion and optical transmission through metallic hole arrays using liquid crystal.
Wayne Dickson;Gregory A. Wurtz;Paul R. Evans;Robert J. Pollard.
Nano Letters (2008)
Photonic spin Hall effect in hyperbolic metamaterials for polarization-controlled routing of subwavelength modes
Polina V. Kapitanova;Pavel Ginzburg;Francisco J. Rodríguez-Fortuño;Dmitry S. Filonov.
Nature Communications (2014)
Superlattices and Microstructures
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