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Fukui, M., Gramotnev, D., Haraguchi, M., Ogawa, T., Okamoto, T., & Pile, D. (2008) Numerical and experimental investigation of wedge tip radius effect on wedge plasmons. Journal of Applied Physics, 104, 033102-1.
Gramotnev, Dmitri (2008) Channel Plason-Polaritons in triangular Grooves. In Bozhevolnyi, S (Ed.) Plasmonic Nanoguides and Circuits. Pan Stanford Publishing, Singapore, pp. 273-316.
Gramotnev, Dmitri, Pile, David, & Vernon, Kristy (2008) Directional coupler using gap plasmon waveguides. Applied Physics B, Lasers and Optics, 93, pp. 99-106.
Gramotnev, Dmitri & Tan, Shiaw (2008) Coupling of plasmon energy into nano-focusing metal wedges. In Clay, R (Ed.) Proceedings of the Australian institute of Physics 18th National Congress Incorporating the 27th AINSE Plasma Science Conference, 30 November - 5 December 2008, Australia, South Australia, Adelaide, The University of Adelaide.
Liu, Jinzhang, Lee, Soonil, Ahn, YeongHwan, Park, Ji-Yong, Koh, Ken Ha, & Park, Kyung Ho (2008) Identification of dispersion-dependent hexagonal cavity modes of an individual ZnO nanonail. Applied Physics Letters, 92(26), pp. 263102-1.
Liu, Jinzhang, Notarianni, Marco, Rintoul, Llew, & Motta, Nunzio (2014) Encapsulation of nanoparticles into single-crystal ZnO nanorods and microrods. Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology, 5, pp. 485-493.
Notarianni, Marco, Vernon, Kristy, Chou, Alison, Liu, Jinzhang, & Motta, Nunzio (2015) Plasmonic effect of annealed gold islands for improving efficiency of organic solar cells. Advanced Device Materials, 1(1), pp. 27-32.
Vernon, Kristy C., Gomez, Daniel E., Davis, Timothy J., & Tischler, Nora (2011) Simulations of the effect of waveguide cross-section on quantum dot – plasmon coupling. Journal of Applied Physics, 110(7), 074315.