Analysis of Scattering Properties of Nanohybrids with Non-Spherical Nanoresonators and Coupled Quantum Emitters
thesisposted on 05.06.2020 by VIRAJ RANGANA SENEVIRATHNE KULATHUNGE MUDIYANSELAGE
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When a nanoresonator and a quantum emitter are brought closer to each other, they behave as a single composite system, which is known as a nanohybrid. Due to superior and tunable scattering properties, nanohybrids hold great promise as next generation biosensors in extremely accurate imaging and sensing applications. For nanohybrid based sensors to become mainstream, it is critical to find improved nanohybrid systems with enhanced and tunable scattering properties. This thesis intends to model and analyse the scattering properties of novel nanohybrid systems with non-spherical nanoresonators and discuss their potential applications in biosensing applications.