1 August 1995 Scanning near-field optical microscopy in Basel, Ruschlikon, and Zurich
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Abstract
The concepts of near-field optical microscopy and experimental and theoretical work carried out in Switzerland over the last 10 years are reviewed. After a description of the pioneering experiments of the mid-1980s, we focus on the recent efforts of the three Swiss laboratories currently working in the field in close collaboration. This newly refreshed initiative in near-field optics is supported by the Swiss Priority Program Optique.
Harry Heinzelmann, Harry Heinzelmann, Thomas R. Huser, Thomas R. Huser, Thilo D. Lacoste, Thilo D. Lacoste, Hans-Joachim Guentherodt, Hans-Joachim Guentherodt, Dieter W. Pohl, Dieter W. Pohl, Bert Hecht, Bert Hecht, Lukas Novotny, Lukas Novotny, Olivier J.F. Martin, Olivier J.F. Martin, Christian Hafner, Christian Hafner, Heinrich Baggenstos, Heinrich Baggenstos, Urs Paul Wild, Urs Paul Wild, Alois Renn, Alois Renn, } "Scanning near-field optical microscopy in Basel, Ruschlikon, and Zurich," Optical Engineering 34(8), (1 August 1995). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.205670 . Submission:
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