Special Issue "Laser-Generated Periodic Nanostructures"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 March 2021) | Viewed by 46723
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Interests: periodic nanostructures; nanostructure formation by ultrashort laser pulses; laser interference ablation; diffractive beam management; compression of ultrashort laser pulses at high power levels
Interests: laser ablation; surface patterning; thin film patterning; transparent materials; periodic nanostructures; nanoparticles
Interests: laser–matter interaction; femtosecond laser technology; laser ablation; ultrashort laser pulses and applications; micro- and nano-structured surfaces; surface functionalization by of laser-textured surfaces; biomimetics; ultrafast microscopy; time-resolved spectroscopy; plasmonics; laser processes in photovoltaics; laser safety
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The study of laser fabricated periodic nanostructures is one of the leading topics of today’s photonics research. Such structures on the surface of metals, semiconductors, dielectrics or polymers can generate new material properties with special functionalities. Depending on the specific material parameters and the morphology of the structures, new devices like microlasers, optical nanoswitches, optical storage devices, biosensors or antifraud features can be realized. Furthermore, surface textures can be used to improve the tribological properties of special tools for the reduction of friction losses or wear, to modify the wettability or the cell and biofilm growth properties of surfaces or as decoration elements for the refinement of precious goods.
This Special Issue focuses on the latest theoretical developments and practical applications of laser-induced periodic surface structures that can be generated in a self-organized way (LIPSS, ripples) or via laser interference ablation. It aims to attract both academic and industrial researchers in order to foster the current knowledge of nanomaterials and to present new ideas for future applications and new technologies.
Dr. Peter Simon
Dr. Jürgen Ihlemann
Dr. Jörn Bonse
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- Periodic surface pattern
- Laser ablation
- Laser induced structures Beam interference
- Periodic nanostructure
- Surface ripples
- Laser-induced periodic surface structures (LIPSS)
- Laser applications