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Gruppe IV plasmonics

Group IV material based plasmonic platform for broadband chem-bio sensors

Zielstellung

A key application of broadband (sub THz to near Infrared) sensing platform is detection and sensing of biomolecules, protein conformations and more. CMOS/BiCMOS compatibility of such sensing platform enables designing inexpensive lab-on-chip devices for chem-bio sensing. To this end, the focus of the project is to incorporate group IV materials’ (Si, Ge, Graphene, Sn) tunable plasmonic behavior on BiCMOS platform for establishing wideband sensing platform by tuning the plasma frequency of the material.

Beitrag des IHP

In this project IHP is dedicated towards plasmonic device design and characterization. IHP’s material research department together with the Semiconductor Materials Research laboratory of University of California, Los Angeles, has established highly sensitive surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS) based on graphene plasmonics. Together with the Technology department of IHP, fabrication and characterization of doping and composition of SiGe micro/nano-structures for tunable plasmonics is done by IHP’s material research department.

Finanzierung

DFG finanziert durch das Projekt SCHR1123/11-1 sowie intern durch das IHP.

Projektpartner

Universität California, Los Angeles, USA

Universität Osnabrück, Deutschland

Universität Kassel, Deutschland

PTB, Berlin, Deutschland

Ausgewählte Publikationen

G. Niu, et al., ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, 8, 2017-2026 (2016).

P. Wang et al., Analytical Chemistry, 87, 10255-10261 (2015).

P. Wang et al., ACS Nano, 6, 6244-6249 (2012).

Das Gebäude und die Infrastruktur des IHP wurden finanziert vom Europäischen Fonds für regionale Entwicklung, von der Bundesregierung und vom Land Brandenburg.