Publication detail

Numerical modeling of photonic nanojet behind dielectric microcylinder

MADĚRÁNKOVÁ, D. PROVAZNÍK, I. KLEPÁRNÍK, K.

Original Title

Numerical modeling of photonic nanojet behind dielectric microcylinder

English Title

Numerical modeling of photonic nanojet behind dielectric microcylinder

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

We studied the influence of the refractive index contrast, the incident plane wave wavelength and the microcylinder diameter on the position of the maximum of photonic nanojet electric field for microscopy and spectroscopy biomedical applications. The photonic nanojet is a propagative optical feature originating behind micro-sized dielectric sphere or cylinder when it is illuminated by a plane wave. This pheno-menon can potentially break the diffraction limit of microscop-ic methods. Broad range of scientific area could profit from photonic nanojets, especially material sciences, analytical chemistry and biomedical sciences. We can summarize that the distance increases nearly linear-ly with decreasing refractive index and increasing diameter of the cylinder and increases with the wavelength of the illumina-tion. The results can potentially be used for the design of pho-tonic nanojet experiments.

English abstract

We studied the influence of the refractive index contrast, the incident plane wave wavelength and the microcylinder diameter on the position of the maximum of photonic nanojet electric field for microscopy and spectroscopy biomedical applications. The photonic nanojet is a propagative optical feature originating behind micro-sized dielectric sphere or cylinder when it is illuminated by a plane wave. This pheno-menon can potentially break the diffraction limit of microscop-ic methods. Broad range of scientific area could profit from photonic nanojets, especially material sciences, analytical chemistry and biomedical sciences. We can summarize that the distance increases nearly linear-ly with decreasing refractive index and increasing diameter of the cylinder and increases with the wavelength of the illumina-tion. The results can potentially be used for the design of pho-tonic nanojet experiments.

Keywords

photonic nanojet dielectric microcylinder

RIV year

2009

Released

07.09.2009

Location

Mnichov

ISBN

978-3-642-03881-5

Book

Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, World Congress 2009

Edition

IFMBE Proceedings, 25/IV

Pages from

1

Pages to

4

Pages count

4

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT32845,
  author="Denisa {Maděránková} and Ivo {Provazník} and Karel {Klepárník}",
  title="Numerical modeling of photonic nanojet behind dielectric microcylinder",
  annote="We studied the influence of the refractive index contrast, the incident plane wave wavelength and the microcylinder diameter on the position of the maximum of photonic nanojet electric field for microscopy and spectroscopy biomedical applications. The photonic nanojet is a propagative optical feature originating behind micro-sized dielectric sphere or cylinder when it is illuminated by a plane wave. This pheno-menon can potentially break the diffraction limit of microscop-ic methods. Broad range of scientific area could profit from photonic nanojets, especially material sciences, analytical chemistry and biomedical sciences. 
We can summarize that the distance increases nearly linear-ly with decreasing refractive index and increasing diameter of the cylinder and increases with the wavelength of the illumina-tion. The results can potentially be used for the design of pho-tonic nanojet experiments.",
  booktitle="Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, World Congress 2009",
  chapter="32845",
  edition="IFMBE Proceedings, 25/IV",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  year="2009",
  month="september",
  pages="1--4",
  type="conference paper"
}