Tim Sullivan

Junior Professor in Applied Mathematics:
Risk and Uncertainty Quantification

Optimal Uncertainty Quantification

Graphene Plasmonics in Phys. Rev. B

Physical Review B has published an article by Lauren Rast, Vinod Tewary and myself on stratified graphene/noble metal systems for low-loss plasmonics applications. This paper constitutes an initial study of the effect of geometric parameters such as layer thicknesses on the electron energy loss spectra of laminar metamaterials, consisting of a graphene surface, an intermediate noble metal layer, and a substrate.

L. Rast, T. J. Sullivan & V. K. Tewary. “Stratified graphene/noble metal systems for low-loss plasmonics applications.” Physical Review B 87(4):045428, 2013. doi:10.1103/PhysRevB.87.045428

Published on Thursday 31 January 2013 at 12:00 UTC #publication