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Electric field enhenamnet distribution of a gold Canadian nano-flag at the wavelength of 2.6 micrometers.

The main objective of the NCPL is to develop, implement, and utilize sophisticated numerical algorithms and computational techniques to address challenges in nanophotonics related to nanotechnology and nanomedicine applications. The lab is specifically designed for junior and senior students studying science and engineering.
Our primary focus lies in devising algorithms suitable for nanoscale and multiphysics problems represented by 3D fully coupled partial differential equations. To achieve this, we make use of a high-performance computational server and multiple workstations, each equipped with various operating systems, allowing us to work on diverse computational and simulation programs.
By employing cutting-edge computational methodologies, our lab aims to tackle complex problems at the nanoscale, contributing to advancements in nanophotonics and its potential applications in nanotechnology and nanomedicine.

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

  • Photothermal induced process in phase change material enhanced photonic structures
  • Plasmonic enhanced CW, short and ultrashort laser interactions with nanostructures for industrial and mediacal applications
  • Quantum dot-plasmonics nanostructure hybrid nanosensors
  • Photoacoustic response from metallic nanostructures irradiated by pulse laser forĀ  therapy and diagnosis application


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