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    • Controlling the Color of Plasmonic Substrates with Inkjet Printing 

      Duempelmann, L.; Muller, J. A.; Lutolf, F.; Gallinet, B.; Ferrini, R.; Novotny, L. (2017)
      This study introduces a versatile method for modifying the optical properties of plasmonic substrates by inkjet printing of commercially available, transparent inks with various refractive indices. The large-scale and ...
    • Low-Cost and Large-Area Strain Sensors Based on Plasmonic Fano Resonances 

      Lutolf, F.; Casari, D.; Gallinet, B. (2016)
      This study presents a strain sensor based on plasmonic Fano resonances. The investigated system consists of U-shaped aluminum nanowires that are fabricated at wafer scale with hot embossing and oblique metal evaporation. ...
    • Non-contact printing of optical waveguides using capillary bridges 

      Theiler, P. M.; Lutolf, F.; Ferrini, R. (2018)
      Non-contact printing methods such as inkjet, electro hydrodynamic, and aerosol printing have attracted attention for their precise deposition of functional materials that are needed in printed electronics, optoelectronics, ...
    • Optical security features and filters using plasmonic nanostructures 

      Gallinet, B.; Lutolf, F.; Duempelmann, L.; Basset, G.; Luu-Dinh, A.; Schnieper, M.; et al. (2017)
      Plasmonics involves the interaction of light with metallic structures at the nanoscale, which enables in particular the generation of strong reflection and absorption effects in the visible and near infrared range. The ...