GaSb oxidation for plasmonic enhanced mid-IR molecular spectroscopy

Mario Bomers

University of Montpellier / CNRS

Mario completed his BSc(2012) and MSc(2014) in physics at the FU Berlin. He spent an Erasmus year at the ENS Lyon(2011). For his master thesis Mario joined the Young Investigator Group NanooptiX at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin. He got first experiences in the field of semiconductor physics at the Photonics group of the HU Berlin(2014/15). As part of the EU-funded PROMIS network, he continues to work on semiconductor plasmonics with a focus on design, technological processing and biofunctionalization at the University of Montpellier (since 2015).


Introduction Plasmonic mid-IR resonators enable surface-enhanced infrared (SEIRA) spectroscopy to improve the detection of minute quantities of molecules. While the field of fabricating plasmonic SEIRA resonators is dominated... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Mario Bomers (University of Montpellier / CNRS)
  2. Franziska Barho (University of Montpellier / CNRS)
  3. Aude Mezy (Sikemia)
  4. Maria Jose Milla (University of Montpellier / CNRS)
  5. Laurent Cerutti (University of Montpellier / CNRS)
  6. Fernando Gonzalez-Posada Flores (University of Montpellier / CNRS)
  7. Eric Tournié (University of Montpellier / CNRS)
  8. Thierry Taliercio (University of Montpellier / CNRS)

Topic Areas

Photonic & plasmonic nanomaterials , Optical properties of nanostructures , Enhanced spectroscopy and sensing


OS2b-A » Optical properties, photonic & plasmonic nanomaterials (16:50 - Thursday, 14th September, Auditorium)