Conference paper

Optical transmission properties of corrugated nanoscale hole arrays in thin gold films

We present the characterization of short-range ordered hexagonal arrays of subwavelength holes in thin gold films. The hole arrays are fabricated by a low-cost technique using convectively self-assembled polystyrene beads as an initial pattern template. Our results suggest that corrugated, short-range ordered hole arrays allow the excitation of resonant surface plasmons. This opens the door to inexpensive, large- scale and high throughput fabrication of nanophotonic devices.


    • EPFL-CONF-149970

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