Ghanim A. M.

Dep. of Physics, School of Sciences and Engineering, The American University in Cairo, New Cairo 11835, Egypt; Dep. of physics, Faculty of Science, Ain Shams University, 11566, Cairo, Egypt


NM08 – Silicon-Based Plasmonic Nanoantennas at midinfrared for Gas Sensing Applications

Alsayed A. E., Ghanim A. M., Yahia A., Swillam M. A.

Advanced nanotechnology especially CMOS technology- enables us to re-design the classic antenna in the nanoscale, which can convert propagating optical wavelengths instead of radio and microwave wavelengths into localized energy and vice versa. As a result, sensors may be designed to make sensing molecules with their characteristic vibrational transitions easier. Bowtie silicon nanoantennas are investigated […]