Tunable nanoparticle assembly at interfaces

Ye MaThere is currently a strong demand for in situ tunability of the optical properties of such systems. For normally static architectures built by conventional lithography, mechanical and thermal effects that induce physical deformation of the materials are already widely used to tune the output without need for major reconstruction of the topology. Alternatively, bottom-up methods, based on self-assembly of nanoscale building blocks, can be used for in situ generation of structures and the tailoring of their optical signals.


Currently PhD candidate in Department of Chemistry, IC; Master of Engineering, Department of Materials, ZJU; Bachelor of Engineering, Department of Materials Science, WUT.


A Tunable Nanoplasmonic Mirror at an Electrochemical Interface, 2018, 10.1021/acsphotonics.8b01105.