Development of Plasmon-Assisted Quantum Dot Sensors for Multispectral and Polarization Selective Imaging
Technical Report,01 Feb 2012,31 Jan 2016
New Mexico State University Las Cruces United States
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We have 1 experimentally demonstrated a plasmon-assisted multispectral and polarization selective imaging device and 2 developed a complex refractive index estimation algorithm based on a polarized microfacet bidirectional reflectance distribution function pBRDFmodel, and 3 developed a metasurface surface that can extract the Stokes parameters directly from a focal plane array for advanced imaging applications. From this project, we published 7 peer-reviewed journal papers and 6 conference papers in internal conferences. Currently, 2 journal papers are under review. Two PhDs and two students with their MS degree have been produced by this grant. Currently, one student who was supported by this grant is pursuing his PhD at New Mexico State University.
- Quantum Theory and Relativity