Nipissing Computational Physics Laboratory (NCPL)

“Optically saturated and unsaturated collective resonances of flat metallic nanoantenna arrays”, Journal of Applied Physics,122, 063102 (2017).

The general focus of the NCPL is to develop, implement and apply advanced numerical algorithms and computational methodologies for the solution of problems arising from nanophotonics for nanotechnology and nanomedicine applications. The NCPL is an advanced physics lab intended for junior and senior level students in science and engineering. We are primarily engaged with the design of algorithms for nanoscale and multiphysics problems described by 3D fully coupled partial differential equations. Our lab is equipped with high performance computational server and several workstations with multiple operating system environments, and running a number of computational and simulation programs including COMSOL Multiphysics, MATLAB, Maple, Mathematica, Numerical Recipes, the Electronic Workbench, and others. 

Recently, within the scope of plasmon assisted phenomenon topics, we have published and been working on the following areas. For more details please click on the research link.

  • Plasmonic enhanced short and ultrashort laser interactions with nanostructures for biomediacal applications
  • Quantum dot-plasmonics nanostructure hybrid nanosensors
  • Photoacoustic response from metallic nanostructures irradiated by pulse laser for radio therapy application
  • Plasmonic photovoltanic

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