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Dr Yuan-Fong Chou Chau Associate Professor, Centre for Advanced Material and Energy Sciences

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Dr Yuan-Fong Chou Chau

Associate Professor, Centre for Advanced Material and Energy Sciences chou.fong@ubd.edu.bn


ABOUT ME

Yuan-Fong Chou Chau (or Yuan-Fong Chau, the name used before 2008) was born in Hualian, Taiwan on Aug. 23, 1963.

1. Educational Background

(1) Doctor of Philosophy (Department of Electrophysics, Chiao Tung University, Taiwan, R.O.C.,2001/09-2004/0707/2004) (App. 002)
(2) Master of Science (Department of Physics, National Taiwan University, Taiwan, R.O.C., 1999/09-2001/06) (App. 003)
(3) Master of Engineering (Department of Electronic Engineering, Chung Chein Institude of Techonology, Taiwan, R.O.C.,1988/09-1990/06) (App. 004)
(4) Bachelor of Science (Department of Electrical Engineering, Chinese Military Academy (Taiwan), Taiwan, R.O.C.,1981/09-1985/07) (App. 005)

2. Employment history

(1) Senior researcher (1992/02/01-2003/07/01), Chung Shan Institute of Science and Technology, Taiwan
(2) Assistant Professor (2004/08/01-2005/07/31), Department of Electrical Engineering, Lee Min institute of technology, Taiwan
(3) Assistant Professor (2005/08/01-2008/07/31), Department of Electronic Engineering, CYU, Taiwan
(4) Associate Professor (2008/08/01-2012/07/31), Department of Electronic Engineering, Ching Yun university (CYU), Taiwan
(5) Professor (2012/08/01-2015/06/30), director, Department of Electronic Engineering, Chien Hsin University of Science and Technology (CHUST), Taiwan
(6) Associate Professor (2015/07/07-), Centre for Advanced Material and Energy Sciences (CAMES), Universiti Brunei Darussalam (UBD)

3. Major areas of research:
My research is at the boundary between material and energy science in the context of simulation, design, measurement and precision fabrication. I research optical simulation and measurement techniques to characterize the geometry or optical performance of nanophotonics components. This is of interest to industries such as nanophotonic device design and manufacturing. The need for optical techniques for fabrication and measurement based on simulation results in a design guidance is growing as technology moves forward, pushing limits of component tolerance and specification. There are few academic research programs with this focus, and the need for graduates with this expertise is strong and growing. The research falls under one or more of the following categories: (1) new measurement and simulation methods and techniques, (2) extending analysis methods or measurement capabilities, (3) establishing calibration methods, and (4) evaluating simulation and measurement uncertainty. These categories have been applied to the general areas of (i) nona-optics and nano-structure metrology and (ii) nano-scale optics and precision components, i.e., nanophotonics (simulation, experiment, fabrication and measurement), plasmonics application (e.g., plasmonics photocatalytic, plasmonic solar cells, biosensors, metamaterials, near-field optics, and nano/micro-optical system), photonic crystal and fiber optics.

4. Major areas of accomplishments:
(1)Published more than 92 journal articles (referee; Scopus), 23 Journal articles (refereed; non-Scopus), 59 Conference proceedings (Full paper) and 72 Conference proceedings (abstract only)
(2)4 invited conference lectures with conference proceedings
(3) Published 2 books (Optics and Electromagnetism, Chinese version)
(4)Obtained for 18 patents
(5) Received 11 research projects (2 in UBD, 9 PI and 2 co-PI)
(6) Received 18 prestigious research and teaching awards
(7)Selected as a research highlight in a Journal, "Nature photonics 2 p.6 2008"
(8) Selected as a cover story in a Journal, "Applied Optics, 49(32) 6295-6301, 2010"

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Nanophotonics (experiment fabrication and simulation), Electromagnetic field simulation, Photocatalytic application, Green energy, Biosensors, Metamaterials, Biophotonics, Near-field optics, Plasmonics, Nano/Micro-optical System, Photonic crystal and related applications, LED Lighting, Fiber optics and Plasmonic Solar Cells

95

Scopus Publications


FUTURE PROJECTS

Investigation of Hybrid Plasmonic Nanostructures for Water Purification and Nanophotonic Devices

Hybrid plasmonic nanostructures (HPNs) are a combination of structured metal and dielectric materials in the nanoscale. HPNs possess special optical and electrical effects which are applicable to the diverse applications on water purification and other nanophotonic devices, such as nanoantennas and bio-sensors. The water purification technology will compliment existing water treatment technologies where the HPNs based water purification technology is targeted for the treatment of industrial waste water containing organic compounds, metals, and micro-organisms. In this project, the investigated HPNs will be performed by using the simulation and experiment methods simultaneously.

Application invited for: Phd degree

Design of the nanoplasmonic metamaterials for applications on light manipulation and energy harvest

In this project, we will focus on the design and analysis of high throughput of nanoscale plasmonic metamaterial for light manipulation and energy harvesting. We will aim to promote the development of nanoplasmonic metamaterials for applications in light manipulation and energy harvest, such as plasmonic solar cell, plasmonic nanoantenna and highly sensitive plasmonic biosensors. For achieving this purpose, four research steps will be carried out base on our previous works: design, fabrication, measurement, and application. In addition, a numerical method by using the finite element method will be performed to simulate and design the tunable efficiency and nonlinear enhancement of electromagnetic resonances of various plasmonic metamaterials.

Application invited for: Phd degree

Investigation of a photonic crystal fiber based on surface plasmon resonance sensing

A photonic crystal fiber based on surface plasmon resonance (PCF-SPR) sensing of a gold layer or gold nanoparticles will be investigated. The sensor has two advantages: polarization independence and less noble metal consumption. The coupling characteristics and sensing performance of the sensor are performed by using by the finite-element method (FEM) based on Maxwell's equations. The characteristics of birefringer, foundmantal modes and optical loss spectrum of the PCF-SPR sensor will be discussed in detail in this project.

Application invited for: Ms degree


RECENT PUBLICATIONS

1. Yuan-Fong Chou Chau*, CM Lim, VN Yoong, MNS Idris, “A simple structure of all circular-air-holes photonic crystal fiber for achieving high birefringence and low confinement loss,” Journal of Applied Physics 118 (24), 243102 (2015) (28, Dec., 2015)

2. CT Lin, MN Chang, HJ Huang, CH Chen, RJ Sun, BH Liao, Yuan-Fong Chou Chau, CN Hsiao, MH Shiao, “Rapid fabrication of three-dimensional gold dendritic nanoforests for visible light-enhanced methanol oxidation,” Electrochimica Acta 192 15-21 (2016) (20, Feb, 2016)

3. Yuan-Fong Chou Chau*, “Intriguing Standing Wave Numbers and Plasmonic Effects on the Solid-Metal/Metal-Shell Nanorod Surface,” Plasmonics 1-9 (2016), DOI 10.1007/s11468-016-0261-y (01, May, 2016)

4. Yuan-Fong Chou Chau*, CTC Chao, JY Rao, HP Chiang, CM Lim, Ren Chong Lim and NY Voo, “Tunable Optical Performances on a Periodic Array of Plasmonic Bowtie Nanoantennas with Hollow Cavities,” Nanoscale Research Letters, 11: 411 (2016) (DOI: 10.1186/s11671-016-1636-x) (20, Sep., 2016)

5. Yuan-Fong Chou Chau*, Jhih-Cyuan Jiang and Chung-Ting Chou Chao, Hai-Pang Chiang and Chee Ming Lim, ”Analysis the optical spectrum of cavity resonance based plasmonic nanoantenna arrays,” J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 49, 475102 (2016) (01-Nov.-2016)


TOP PUBLICATIONS

1. Yuan-Fong Chau*, "Long-ranging propagation based on resonant coupling effects using series connection of ten nanoshells in plasmon waveguide", Applied Optics 51, 640-643 (2012/3)

2. Yuan-Fong Chau*, Ci-Yao Jheng, "Buried Effects of Surface Plasmon Resonance Modes for Periodic Metal–Dielectric Nanostructures Consisting of Coupled Spherical Metal Nanoparticles with Cylindrical Pore Filled with a Dielectric," Plasmonics, 9, 1–9 (2014)

3. Yuan-Fong Chau*, Yi-Ju Lin and Din Ping Tsai, “Enhanced surface plasmon resonance based on the silver nanoshells connected by the nanobars”, Optics Express 18, 3510-3518 (2010)

4. Yuan-Fong Chau*, ”Surface Plasmon Effects excited by the Dielectric Hole in a Silver-shell Nanospherical Pair”, Plasmonics, 4, 253-259 (2009)

5. Linfang Shen, Tzong-Jer Yang, Yuan-Fong Chau, ”The effect of internal period on the dispersion behavior of indefinite medium materials”, Phys. Rev. B 77, 205124 (2008)


GRANT DETAILS

(1) Numerical design of the nanoplasmonic metamaterials for applications on light manipulation and energy harvest (PI) 2016/01/01~2017/12/31 Grant No. UBD-ORI-URC-RG331-U01 (BND$ 20,000) UBD
(2) Investigation of Hybrid Plasmonic Nanostructures for Water Purification and Nanophotonic Devices (PI) 2017/01/01~2018/12/31 Grant No. UBD/OVACRI/CRGWG(004)/170101 (BND $71,000) UBD
(3) Design of a high sensitivity biosensor in silver nanoshell structures (PI) 2014/08/01~2015/0531 Grant no. 103-2112-M-231-001-(NT$910,000) Ministry of Science and technology of Taiwan
(4) Characterization and study of localized surface plasmon resonance on relating nanophotonic devices (PI) 2013/08/01~2014/07/31 NSC-102-2112-M-231-001-(NT$599,000) Ministry of Science and technology of Taiwan
(5) Studies and applications of surface plasmon effects on solar cells (PI) 2010/08/01~2013/07/31 Grant no. NSC-99-2112-M-231-001-MY3(NT$3,063,000) Ministry of Science and technology of Taiwan
(6) Study on the efficiency promotion and integration applications of the green photonic components and system (Co-PI) 2011/08/01~2014/07/31 Grant no. NSC-100-2632-E-231-001-MY3 (NT$15,000,000) Ministry of Science and technology of Taiwan
(7) Development and applications of green plasmonics (Co-PI) 2010/08/01~2013/07/31 Grant no. NSC-101-2120-M-002-004- (NT$45,000,000) Ministry of Science and technology of Taiwan
(8) Investigation of light harvest and emission on plasmonic nanostructure of matamaterials (Co-PI) 2007/08/01~2010/07/31 Grant no. NSC-96-2112-M-231-001-MY3 (NT$45,000,000) Ministry of Science and technology of Taiwan
(9) The fundamental study and application of efficient beaming, directional emission and beam splitter from photonic crystal waveguides (PI) 2007/08/01~2010/07/31 Grant no. NSC-96-2112-M-231-001-MY3 (NT$1,370,000) Ministry of Science and technology of Taiwan
(10) The analysis of two and three dimensional super-resolution near-field structure near-field optical disk (PI) 2006/08/01~2007/07/31 Grant no. NSC-95-2112-M-231-001- (NT$3,17,000) Ministry of Science and technology of Taiwan
(11) The study of some characteristics in photonic crystal using near-field optics (PI) 2005/01/01~2006/07/31 Grant no. NSC-94-2112-M-231-001-(NT$4,10,800) Ministry of Science and technology of Taiwan


RESEARCH OUTPUTS (PATENTS, SOFTWARE, PUBLICATIONS, PRODUCTS)

Patents:
1.Yuan-Fong Chou Chau, M502841 (2015/06/11~2024/09/04), Taiwan patent, "Metal shell nanorods detection device"
2.Yuan-Fong Chou Chau, M498390 (2015/04/01~2024/10/16), Taiwan patent, "Cavity type nano antenna"
3.Yuan-Fong Chou Chau, M496768 (2015/03/11~2024/09/18), Taiwan patent, "Photonic crystal fiber structure with circular air-holes in core and elliptical air-holes in cladding"
4.Yuan-Fong Chou Chau, Chung-Tin Chou Chao, M495897 (2015/02/21~2024/1/08), Taiwan patent, "TiO2 photocatalytics with Ag nanoring"
5.Yuan-Fong Chou Chau, M494339, (2015/01/21~2024/10/13), Taiwan patent, "Plasmonic nanocavity"
6.Yuan-Fong Chou Chau, M492545 (2015/01/21~2024/10/08), "Nanometal (gold) bow-tie antenna"
7.Yuan-Fong Chou Chau, M493222 (2015/01/01~2024/10/08), "Plasmonic waveguide with nanoring arrays"
8.Yuan-Fong Chou Chau, M484112 (2014/08/11~2024/04/24), "Birefringence photonic crystal fiber"
9.Yuan-Fong Chou Chau, M464670 (2013/11/01~2023/05/02), "S-type optical waveguide"
10.Yuan-Fong Chou Chau, M461065 (2013/11/01~2023/07/03), "Air-holes birefringence photonic crystal fiber"
11.Yuan-Fong Chou Chau, M497280 (2013/09/01~2023/01/17), Taiwan patent, "Photonic crystals equal power beam splitter"
12.Yuan-Fong Chou Chau, M432840 (2013/03/11~2022/09/13), "Cavity resonance waveguide with Ag nanoshell rod"
13.Yuan-Fong Chou Chau et. al., M448404 (2012/07/01~2021/06/01), "Automatic starter device circuit of directing light in vehicle"
14.Yuan-Fong Chou Chau, I366691 (2012/06/21~2028/04//09), "Rotational air-hole photonic crystal fiber"
15.Yuan-Fong Chou Chau, M432041 (2012/06/21~2021/06/01), "Ultrahigh photonic crystal bandgap structure"
16.Yuan-Fong Chou Chau, M417560 (2011/12/01~2021/06/01), "Ultrahigh birefringence improved photonic crystal fiber"
17.Yuan-Fong Chou Chau, T. -J. Yang, D. P. Tsai, I267655 (2006/12/01~2025/08/02), "Near-field optical fiber"
18.Yuan-Fong Chou Chau, T. -J. Yang, W. D. Lee, I250675 (2006/03/01~2025/06/16), "Photonic Crystal waveguide structure"


Industry, Institute, or Organisation Collaboration

Research Center for Applied Science (RCAS), Academia Sinica, Taiwan.
Instrument Technology Research Center, National Applied Research Laboratories, Taiwan


Scopus Publications

Total Publications: 95



1. Light energy transformation over a few nanometers, Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics

2. Investigation of plasmonic effects on the metal nanoparticle arrays for biosensor applications, IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering

3. Intriguing Standing Wave Numbers and Plasmonic Effects on the Solid-Metal/Metal-Shell Nanorod Surface, Plasmonics

4. Plasmonic effects arising from a grooved surface of a gold nanorod, Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics

5. Design of crossing metallic metasurface arrays based on high sensitivity of gap enhancement and transmittance shift for plasmonic sensing applications, Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics

6. Tunable Optical Performances on a Periodic Array of Plasmonic Bowtie Nanoantennas with Hollow Cavities, Nanoscale Research Letters

7. Manipulating near field enhancement and optical spectrum in a pair-array of the cavity resonance based plasmonic nanoantennas, Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics

8. Plasmonic spectrum on 1D and 2D periodic arrays of rod-shape metal nanoparticle pairs with different core patterns for biosensor and solar cell applications, Journal of Optics (United Kingdom)

9. Tailoring surface plasmon resonance and dipole cavity plasmon modes of scattering cross section spectra on the single solid-gold/gold-shell nanorod, Journal of Applied Physics

10. Metal nano-particles sizing by thermal annealing for the enhancement of surface plasmon effects in thin-film solar cells application, Optics Communications

11. Tunable silver-shell dielectric core nano-beads array for thin-film solar cell application, Journal of Nanoparticle Research

12. Rapid fabrication of three-dimensional gold dendritic nanoforests for visible light-enhanced methanol oxidation, Electrochimica Acta

13. A simple structure of all circular-air-holes photonic crystal fiber for achieving high birefringence and low confinement loss, Journal of Applied Physics

14. Comparative study of low-frequency noise in 0.18μm and 0.35μm gate-length nMOSFETs with gate area of 1.1μm2, Microelectronics Reliability

15. Numerical investigation of surface plasmon resonance effects on photocatalytic activities using silver nanobeads photodeposited onto a titanium dioxide layer, Optics Communications

16. Deposition of Ta2O5 upon silver nanorods as an ultra-thin light absorber, Thin Solid Films

17. Gap enhancement and transmittance spectra of a periodic bowtie nanoantenna array buried in a silica substrate, Optics Communications

18. Buried Effects of Surface Plasmon Resonance Modes for Periodic Metal-Dielectric Nanostructures Consisting of Coupled Spherical Metal Nanoparticles with Cylindrical Pore Filled with a Dielectric, Plasmonics

19. Design of a dielectric hole plasmonic nanoantenna with broad wavelength range, 2014 International Electrical Engineering Congress, iEECON 2014

20. Design of a high-birefringence photonic crystal fiber using an asymmetric defect in the fiber core, 2014 11th International Conference on Electrical Engineering/Electronics, Computer, Telecommunications and Information Technology, ECTI-CON 2014

21. Effective Coupling of Incident Light Through an Air Region into an S-Shape Plasmonic Ag Nanowire Waveguide with Relatively Long Propagation Length, Plasmonics

22. Design of a smart green energy management system based on DMX512 protocol, Applied Mechanics and Materials

23. Erratum: The optical properties in a chain waveguide of an array of silver nanoshell with dielectric holes (Opt. Commun. (2010) 283 (3189-3193)), Optics Communications

24. Beam width performance of the adaptive beam former based on pseudo-interference technique, Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering

25. Z-axis displacement sensor based on total-internal reflection and surface plasmon resonance in heterodyne interferometry, Advanced Materials Research

26. Improved small-angle sensor based on total-internal reflection and surface plasmon resonance in heterodyne interferometry, Sensors and Materials

27. Numerical analysis of surface plasmon resonance effects on a rotational silver nanorod/nanoshell dimer, Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering

28. Comparison of surface plasmon resonance effects between solid silver and silver-shell nanoparticles in active layer of AgOx-type super-resolution near-field structure, Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering

29. Analysis of transmittance properties of surface plasmon modes on periodic solid/outline bowtie nanoantenna arrays, Physics of Plasmas

30. Numerical Investagation of a Castle-like Contour Plasmonic Nanoantenna with Operating Wavelengths Ranging in Ultraviolet-Visible, Visible Light, and Infrared Light, Plasmonics

31. Numerical analysis on birefringence of photonic crystal fiber by tuning patterns and infiltrating materials of innermost air holes, Japanese Journal of Applied Physics

32. New type small-angle sensor based on multiple total internal reflections and attenuated total reflections in heterodyne interferometry, Applied Mechanics and Materials

33. Structurally and materially sensitive hybrid surface plasmon modes in periodic silver-shell nanopearl and its dimer arrays, Journal of Nanoparticle Research

34. Beam width performance of the adaptive beam former based on pseudo-interference technique, Applied Mechanics and Materials

35. Photonic crystals with large complete bandgap composed of an approximately ordered array of laurel-crown-like structures fabricated by employing anodic aluminum oxide template, Japanese Journal of Applied Physics

36. Theoretical analysis of sub-wavelength light propagation through the doublechain silver nanorings, Progress in Electromagnetics Research

37. Analysis of a wide spectral range plasmonic outline bowtie antenna ranging in 0.3-5.0 μm, Progress in Electromagnetics Research

38. A compact 90° bent equal output ports of photonic crystal beam splitter with complete band gap based on defect resonance interface, Progress In Electromagnetics Research M

39. Analysis of four patterns of photonic crystal fibers with ultrahigh birefrigence, Proceedings - ICOCN 2012: 2012 11th International Conference on Optical Communications and Networks

40. Numerical investigation of series connection of nanoshells in plasmon waveguide, Proceedings - ICOCN 2012: 2012 11th International Conference on Optical Communications and Networks

41. Tunable plasmonic resonance arising from broken-symmetric silver nanobeads with dielectric cores, Journal of Optics (United Kingdom)

42. A study of controlling color mixing of red, green, and blue leds based on photometry theory, Sensor Letters

43. Fabrication of three dimensional split ring resonators by stress-driven assembly method, Optics Express

44. Long-ranging propagation based on resonant coupling effects using a series connection of ten nanoshells in a plasmon waveguide, Applied Optics

45. Design of plasmonic toroidal metamaterials at optical frequencies, Optics Express

46. Plasmonic toroidal response of four U-shaped resonant rings at optical frequencies, Optics InfoBase Conference Papers

47. Plasmonic toroidal response of four U-shaped resonant rings at optical frequencies, Optics InfoBase Conference Papers

48. Numerical investigations on birefringent holey fibers by modified elliptical air holes in fiber cladding, Japanese Journal of Applied Physics

49. Numerical investigation of birefringence and confinement loss formed by rectangular/elliptical/circular air holes photonic crystal fibers, Journal of Modern Optics

50. Toroidal and magnetic spectral responses of four split-ring resonators, Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering

51. Plasmon waveguide consisting of silver nanoshell nanocylinders, Proceedings - International NanoElectronics Conference, INEC

52. Localized resonance of composite core-shell nanospheres, nanobars and nanospherical chains, Progress In Electromagnetics Research B

53. Plasmonics Effects of Nanometal Embedded in a Dielectric Substrate, Plasmonics

54. Dispersion properties, birefringence and confinement loss of rotational elliptic air-hole photonic crystal fiber, Applied Physics A: Materials Science and Processing

55. Highly enhanced surface plasmon resonance in a coupled silver nanodumbbell, Applied Physics A: Materials Science and Processing

56. Manipulation of subwavelength optical fields and resonant field enhancements of a silver-shell nanocylinder pair and chain waveguides with different core-shell patterns, Journal of Nanoparticle Research

57. Complete bandgap arising from the effects of hollow, veins, and intersecting veins in a square lattice of square dielectric rods photonic crystal, Applied Physics Letters

58. Design of high birefringence and low confinement loss photonic crystal fibers with five rings hexagonal and octagonal symmetry air-holes in fiber cladding, Journal of Applied Physics

59. Evolution of the complete photonic bandgap of two-dimensional photonic crystal, Optics Express

60. A comparative study of solid-silver and silver-shell nanodimers on surface plasmon resonances, Journal of Nanoparticle Research

61. Plasmon field enhancement in silver core-protruded silicon shell nanocylinder illuminated with light at 633 nm, Applied Optics

62. Electromagnetic energy vortex associated with sub-wavelength plasmonic Taiji marks, Optics Express

63. A comparative study of high birefringence and low confinement loss photonic crystal fiber employing elliptical air holes in fiber cladding with tetragonal lattice, Progress In Electromagnetics Research B

64. The optical properties in a chain waveguide of an array of silver nanoshell with dielectric holes, Optics Communications

65. Ultrahigh birefringence with ultralow confinement loss of photonic crystal fibers, 2010 Symposium on Photonics and Optoelectronic, SOPO 2010 - Proceedings

66. Surface plasmon resonances effects on different patterns of solid-silver and silver-shell nanocylindrical pairs, Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications

67. A new type of optical antenna: Plasmonics nanoshell bowtie antenna with dielectric hole, Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications

68. Controlling surface plasmon of several pair arrays of silver-shell nanocylinders, Applied Optics

69. Enhanced surface plasmon resonance based on the silver nanoshells connected by the nanobars, Optics Express

70. Surface plasmon resonance in a hexagonal nanostructure formed by seven core shell nanocylinders, Applied Optics

71. Intersecting veins effects of a two-dimensional photonic crystal with a large two-dimensional complete bandgap, Optics Communications

72. Surface plasmon effects excited by the dielectric hole in a silver-shell nanospherical pair, Plasmonics

73. Surface plasmon effects excitation from three-pair arrays of silver-shell nanocylinders, Physics of Plasmas

74. Three-dimensional analysis of surface plasmon resonance modes on a gold nanorod, Applied Optics

75. Three-dimensional analysis of scattering field interactions and surface plasmon resonance in coupled silver nanospheres, Plasmonics

76. Near-field optical properties and surface plasmon effects generated by a dielectric hole in a silver-shell nanocylinder pair, Applied Optics

77. High birefringence and low loss circular air-holes photonic crystal fiber using complex unit cells in cladding, Optics Communications

78. Effect of internal period on the optical dispersion of indefinite-medium materials, Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics

79. Highly birefringent index-guiding photonic crystal fiber with squeezed differently sized air-holes in cladding, Japanese Journal of Applied Physics

80. The plasmon and distribution effects between incident light and active layer in PtOx-type super-resolution near-field structure, Optics Communications

81. Significantly enhanced birefringence of photonic crystal fiber using rotational binary unit cell in fiber cladding, Japanese Journal of Applied Physics, Part 2: Letters

82. The optical properties between an incident wave and the active layer of a bubble-pit AgOx-type super-resolution near-field structure, Applied Physics A: Materials Science and Processing

83. 50/50 beam splitter using a one-dimensional metal photonic crystal with parabolalike dispersion, Applied Physics Letters

84. High birefringence photonic crystal fiber with a complex unit cell of asymmetric elliptical air hole cladding, Applied Optics

85. Subwavelength optical imaging through a silver nanorod, Optical Engineering

86. Three-dimensional analysis of silver nano-particles doping effects on super resolution near-field structure, Optics Communications

87. Near-field optics imaging in silica waveguide using near-field scanning optical microscope, Japanese Journal of Applied Physics, Part 1: Regular Papers and Short Notes and Review Papers

88. Analysis of dispersion properties of elliptic air hole photonic crystal fiber, Proceedings of the 9th Joint Conference on Information Sciences, JCIS 2006

89. Two-dimensional and three-dimensional analysis of taper structures for coupling into and out of photonic crystal slab waveguides, Japanese Journal of Applied Physics, Part 1: Regular Papers and Short Notes and Review Papers

90. Deformation and plasmon effects of deformed AgOx-type super-resolution near-field structure, Japanese Journal of Applied Physics, Part 1: Regular Papers and Short Notes and Review Papers

91. Efficient mode coupling technique between photonic crystal heterostructure waveguide and silica waveguides, Optics Communications

92. Coupling technique for efficient interfacing between silica waveguides and planar photonic crystal circuits, Applied Optics

93. Imaging properties of three dimensional aperture near-field scanning optical microscopy and optimized near-field fiber probe designs, Japanese Journal of Applied Physics, Part 1: Regular Papers and Short Notes and Review Papers

94. Significantly enhanced coupling efficiency in 2D photonic crystal waveguides by using cabin-side-like tapered structures at two terminals, Japanese Journal of Applied Physics, Part 2: Letters

95. Near-field optics simulation of a solid immersion lens combining with a conical probe and a highly efficient solid immersion lens-probe system, Journal of Applied Physics