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Publication in Nanomaterials

NIR-to-NIR Imaging: Extended Excitation Up to 2.2 μm Using Harmonic Nanoparticles with a Tunable hIGh EneRgy (TIGER) Widefield Microscope
Laura Vittadello, Jan Klenen, Karsten Koempe, Laura Kocsor, Zsuzsanna Szaller and Mirco Imlau

25 November 2021

Publication in Advanced Engineering Materials

Thin Patterned Lithium Niobate Films by Parallel Additive Capillary Stamping of Aqueous Precursor Solutions
Fatih Alarslan, Laura Vittadello, Jonas Klein, Qaiser Ali Khan, Christian Kijatkin, Markus Haase, Helmut Schäfer, Mirco Imlau and Martin Steinhart

08 Oktober 2021

Top Downloads: August

Our original research article In-vivo tracking of harmonic nanoparticles: a study based on a TIGER widefield microscope [Invited] made it to the top 5 downloads in August 2021.

01 September 2021

Publication in Optical Materials Express

In-vivo tracking of harmonic nanoparticles: a study based on a TIGER widefield microscope [Invited]
Laura Vittadello, Christian Kijatkin, Jan Klenen, Dustin Dzikonski, Karsten Kömpe, Christian Meyer, Achim Paululat, and Mirco Imlau

07 Juni 2021

Publication in New Journal of Physics

Evaluation of similarities and differences of LiTaO3 and LiNbO3 based on high-T-conductivity, nonlinear optical fs-spectroscopy and ab initio modeling of polaronic structures
Andreas Krampf, Mirco Imlau, Yuriy Suhak, Holger Fritze and Simone Sanna

15 März 2021

Publication in HardwareX

A modular optical honeycomb breadboard realized with 3D-printable building bricks and industrial aluminum extrusions
Yannic Toschke, Bjoern Bourdon, Dirk Berben, Mirco Imlau

05 März 2021


Small, strong-coupling polarons

Luminescence in Er- & Yb-doped Lithium Niobate Nanocrystals

From bulk to nanocrystals

Harmonic Nanocrystals at CellNanOs


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