Microspectroscopy of plasmonic crystal cavity by cathodoluminescence STEM

Hikaru Saito

Kyushu University

Dr. Hikaru Saito was received his PhD in science from Kyoto University, Japan, in 2014. He is now an assistant professor of Kyushu University in Japan. His research interest includes electron microscopy and plasmonics.


The use of surface plasmon-polartons (SPPs) is one of the most promising ways to achieve nano-cavities with ultra-small mode volumes, leading to enhanced spontaneous emission and nanolasers. We have performed a detailed... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Hikaru Saito (Kyushu University)
  2. Naoki Yamamoto (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

Topic Area

Photonic & plasmonic nanomaterials


OS3a-A » Photonic & plasmonic nanomaterials (14:30 - Friday, 15th September, Auditorium)

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