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de Angelis, L. (author), Alpeggiani, F. (author), Di Falco, Andrea (author), Kuipers, L. (author)
Phase singularities are locations where light is twisted like a corkscrew, with positive or negative topological charge depending on the twisting direction. Among the multitude of singularities arising in random wave fields, some can be found at the same location, but only when they exhibit opposite topological charge, which results in their...
journal article 2017
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Bijster, R.J.F. (author), Sadeghian Marnani, H. (author), van Keulen, A. (author)
Optical near-field technologies such as solid immersion lenses and hyperlenses are candidate solutions for high resolution and high throughput wafer inspection and metrology for the next technology nodes. Besides sub-diffraction limited optical performance, these concepts share the necessity of extreme proximity to the sample at distances that...
conference paper 2016
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van den Eerenbeemd, J.M.A. (author)
doctoral thesis 2008
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Zijp, F. (author)
This thesis describes research done at Philips Research on near-field optical data storage systems with a solid immersion lens.
doctoral thesis 2007
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Garini, Y. (author), Kutchoukov, V.G. (author), Bossche, A. (author), Alkemade, P.F.A. (author), Docter, M.W. (author), Verbeek, P.W. (author), Van Vliet, L.J. (author), Young, I.T. (author)
Recently, an extraordinary transmission of light through small holes (<200 nm) in a thin metallic film has been described. This phenomenon has been shown to be the result of the photon-plasmon interaction in thin films where a periodic structure (such as a set of holes) is embedded in the film. One of the extraordinary results is that the beam...
conference paper 2004
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