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  • Novel polarization beam splitter with high fabrication tolerance 

    Donegan, John (2018)
    A highly fabrication tolerant polarization beam splitter is presented. The fabrication tolerances are relaxed by adjusting two voltages. Experiments show on-chip losses of 3.5 dB and extinction ratio of 15 dB at C-band
  • Plasmonic Colour Printing by Light Trapping in Two-Metal Nanostructures 

    Bradley, Louise (MDPI, 2019)
    Structural colour generation by nanoscale plasmonic structures is of major interest for non-bleaching colour printing, anti-counterfeit measures and decoration applications. We explore the physics of a two-metal plasmonic ...
  • Implementation of Morse-Witten theory for a polydisperse wet 2D foam simulation 

    Hutzler, Stefan; Weaire, Denis (Taylor & Francis, 2019-06)
    The Morse–Witten theory provides a formulation for the inter-bubble forces and corresponding deformations in a liquid foam, accurate in the limit of high liquid fraction. Here we show how the theory may be applied in ...
  • An X-ray search for active cores in Local Group galaxies 

    Zang, Zhiyun (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). School of Physics, 2000)
    The nuclei of galaxies are sometimes sites of very energetic process, resulting in high levels of electromagnetic radiation being emitted. Such active galactic nuclei (AGNs) are thought to be powered by accretion of mass ...
  • Mesoscopic transport in ferromagnetic oxides 

    Versluijs, Jan Johannes (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). School of Physics, 2002)
    The study presented in this thesis is concerned with mesoscopic transport in half metallic ferromagnetic oxides. Two techniques have been developed to gain insight into the extrinsic transport properties of these oxides. ...

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