Martin Silies
Martin Silies
Prof. Dr. rer. nat., University of Applied Sciences Emden/Leer
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Toward plasmonics with nanometer precision: nonlinear optics of helium-ion milled gold nanoantennas
H Kollmann, X Piao, M Esmann, SF Becker, D Hou, C Huynh, ...
Nano letters 14 (8), 4778-4784, 2014
Observing the localization of light in space and time by ultrafast second-harmonic microscopy
M Mascheck, S Schmidt, M Silies, T Yatsui, K Kitamura, M Ohtsu, ...
Nature Photonics 6 (5), 293-298, 2012
Ultrasmall bullets of light—focusing few-cycle light pulses to the diffraction limit
B Piglosiewicz, D Sadiq, M Mascheck, S Schmidt, M Silies, P Vasa, ...
Optics Express 19 (15), 14451-14463, 2011
Spotlight on excitonic coupling in polymorphic and textured anilino squaraine thin films
F Balzer, H Kollmann, M Schulz, G Schnakenburg, A Lützen, ...
Crystal Growth & Design 17 (12), 6455-6466, 2017
Resonant behavior of a single plasmonic helix
K Höflich, T Feichtner, E Hansjürgen, C Haverkamp, H Kollmann, ...
Optica 6 (9), 1098-1105, 2019
Table-top kHz hard X-ray source with ultrashort pulse duration for time-resolved X-ray diffraction
M Silies, H Witte, S Linden, J Kutzner, I Uschmann, E Förster, H Zacharias
Applied Physics A 96, 59-67, 2009
Efficient high-repetition-rate fs-laser based X-ray source
J Kutzner, M Silies, T Witting, G Tsilimis, H Zacharias
Applied Physics B 78, 949-955, 2004
Multi-kilohertz, ultrafast hard X-ray K α source
H Witte, M Silies, T Haarlammert, J Hüve, J Kutzner, H Zacharias
Applied Physics B 90, 11-14, 2008
Distinguishing between ultrafast optical harmonic generation and multi-photon-induced luminescence from ZnO thin films by frequency-resolved interferometric autocorrelation …
S Schmidt, M Mascheck, M Silies, T Yatsui, K Kitamura, M Ohtsu, ...
Optics Express 18 (24), 25016-25028, 2010
Strongly coupled, high-quality plasmonic dimer antennas fabricated using a sketch-and-peel technique
M Gittinger, K Höflich, V Smirnov, H Kollmann, C Lienau, M Silies
Nanophotonics 9 (2), 401-412, 2020
Probing coherent surface plasmon polariton propagation using ultrabroadband spectral interferometry
JM Yi, D Hou, H Kollmann, V Smirnov, Z Pápa, P Dombi, M Silies, ...
ACS Photonics 4 (2), 347-354, 2017
Transmitting surface plasmon polaritons across nanometer-sized gaps by optical near-field coupling
V Smirnov, S Stephan, M Westphal, D Emmrich, A Beyer, ...
ACS Photonics 8 (3), 832-840, 2021
The dependence of the Fe K α yield on the chirp of the femtosecond exciting laser pulse
M Silies, S Linden, H Witte, H Zacharias
Applied Physics B 87, 623-627, 2007
Monolayer-based single-photon source in a liquid-helium-free open cavity featuring 65% brightness and quantum coherence
JC Drawer, VN Mitryakhin, H Shan, S Stephan, M Gittinger, L Lackner, ...
Nano Letters 23 (18), 8683-8689, 2023
Suppression of radiative damping and enhancement of second harmonic generation in bull’s eye nanoresonators
JM Yi, V Smirnov, X Piao, J Hong, H Kollmann, M Silies, W Wang, P Groß, ...
ACS nano 10 (1), 475-483, 2016
Laser‐based, high repetition rate, ultrafast X‐ray source
J Kutzner, H Witte, M Silies, T Haarlammert, J Hüve, G Tsilimis, ...
Surface and Interface Analysis: An International Journal devoted to the …, 2006
Site specificity in femtosecond laser desorption of neutral H atoms from graphite (0001)
R Frigge, T Hoger, B Siemer, H Witte, M Silies, H Zacharias, T Olsen, ...
Physical review letters 104 (25), 256102, 2010
Steering second-harmonic radiation through local excitations of plasmon
K Yoo, SF Becker, M Silies, S Yu, C Lienau, N Park
Optics Express 27 (13), 18246-18261, 2019
Plasmon mediated coherent population oscillations in molecular aggregates
D Timmer, M Gittinger, T Quenzel, S Stephan, Y Zhang, MF Schumacher, ...
Nature Communications 14 (1), 8035, 2023
Plasmon-enhanced exciton delocalization in squaraine-type molecular aggregates
T Quenzel, D Timmer, M Gittinger, J Zablocki, F Zheng, M Schiek, ...
Acs Nano 16 (3), 4693-4704, 2022
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