Our paper “Diffusion and adsorption of dye molecules in mesoporous TiO2 photoelectrodes studied by indirect nanoplasmonic sensing” published in Energy and Environmental Science was selected by the reviewers as a HOT paper on September 16th and featured on the RSC blog. Read more.
Carl Wadell will present a talk entitled “Absorption engineering in stacked Au-SiO2-Pd nanostructures”. More info at: http://www.tntconf.org/2013/index.php?conf=13
The paper “Diffusion and Adsorption of Dye Molecules in Mesoporous TiO2 Photoelectrodes Studied by Indirect Nanoplasmonic Sensing ” in collaboration with Prof. Michël Grätzel at EPFL in Lausanne was published in Energy and Environmental Science.
The paper “Nanoplasmonic Sensing for Monitoring the Initial Stages of Atmospheric Corrosion of Cu Nanodisks and Thin Films” in collaboration with Prof. Christofer Leygraf at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm was published in the Journal of The Electrochemical Society.
Our paper “Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance Investigations of Photoswitching in Azobenzene-Functionalized Self-Assembled Monolayers on Au” in collaboration with Prof. Olaf Magnussen at the Christian Albrecht University in Kiel was published in Langmuir.
Svetlana will present her talk entitled “A Versatile Nanofabrication Strategy for Optical Nanoantenna-based in situ Spectroscopy of Single Functional Nanoparticles”. It is her first oral conference contribution – CONGRATULATIONS!
More info at: http://www.fresnel.fr/ssop3/
Christoph gives an invited talk at the GRC “Hydrogen Interactions in Energy Storage” in Lucca, Italy. The talk has the title “Seeing at the Nanoscale – Localized Plasmons as Nanoscopic Probes of Hydrogen-Metal Interactions”. For more info about the conference visit the following link.
The hydrogen sensing research carried out at Langhammer Lab is featured in a joint invited paper in the June issue of the MRS Bulletin “Metal hydrides for clean energy applications”. The co-authors are Prof. Bernard Dam (TU Delft, Netherlands) and Prof. Kazuki Yoshimura (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan).