Laboratory for ultrafast and nanoscale plasmonics

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초고속 나노플라즈모닉스 연구실

Mid-infrared to terahertz spectrum, ranging from 5 μm to 5 mm in wavelength, is the focus of basic research in solid-state physics, chemistry, materials science, as well as applications in next-generation communications, homeland security, biosensing, and medical imaging. This frequency range is at the intersection between photonics and electronics, presenting tremendous opportunities to probe and harness fundamental light-matter interactions. The emerging fields of plasmonics and metamaterials have shown new possibilities to boost such light-matter interactions using engineered nanostructures. To overcome the dimension mismatch between the long-wavelength radiations and the nanostructures, new lithography techniques that fabricate an array of metal gaps of nanometer-to-Ångstrom scale have been recently developed. These next-generation nanostructures will have a great impact on the advancement of field enhancement and confinement toward the next level of applications as the following:

THz/Mid-IR absorption spectroscopy for sensing.
- Ultra-sensitive detection and fingerprinting of biomolecules in aqueous solutions
- THz/Mid-IR imaging and spectroscopy for virus sensing
- Detection of ultra-small quantity of explosive materials with functional nanostructures

Ultrafast optical spectroscopy for 2D materials, magneto-optical photonic crystals, and superconductors in a broadband spectrum range.
- Enhanced critical temperature of superconductors combined with nanogap structures.
- Magneto-Plasmonics based on magneto-optical photonic crystals
- Ultra-sensitive Infrared detector at room temperature


Optics, Ultrafast laser, nanostructure, nano-fabrications, Terahertz/Mid-IR imaging and spectroscopy


Ultrafast spin dynamics, Infrared bolometer, Ferroelectric memory device, Magneto-plasmonics

Research Keywords and Topics

Optics, Ultrafast laser, nanostructure, nano-fabrications, Terahertz/Mid-IR imaging and spectroscopy

Research Publications

- Advanced Optical Materials, "Terahertz biochemical molecule-specific sensors", Minah Seo, and Hyeong-Ryeol Park, Feb. 2020.

- Nano Letters, “Colossal absorption of molecules inside single terahertz nanoantennas”, Hyeong-Ryeol Park, Kwang Jun Ahn, Sanghoon Han, Young-Mi Bahk, Namkyoo Park, and Dai-Sik Kim, Feb. 2013.

- Nature Communications, “Atomic layer lithography of wafer-scale nanogap arrays for extreme confinement of electromagnetic waves”, Xiaoshu Chen, Hyeong-Ryeol Park, Matthew Pelton, Xianji Piao, Nathan C. Lindquist, Hyungsoon Im, Yun Jung Kim, Jae Sung Ahn, Kwang Jun Ahn, Namkyoo Park, Dai-Sik Kim, Sang-Hyun Oh, Sep. 2013.


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  • NB05. 광학
  • NB0509. 나노 광학


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  • 010400. 반도체/나노 신소자 기술


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  • 핵심부품
  • 010114. 고밀도 정보저장장치 기술