• Fast resolution change in neutral helium atom microscopy 

      Flatabø, Ranveig; Eder, Sabrina Daniela; Ravn, Anders K; Samelin, Bjørn; Greve, Martin Møller; Reisinger, Thomas; Holst, Bodil (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2018)
      In neutral helium atom microscopy, a beam of atoms is scanned across a surface. Though still in its infancy, neutral helium microscopy has seen a rapid development over the last few years. The inertness and low energy of ...
    • Large area microwave plasma CVD of diamond using composite right/left-handed materials 

      Zalieckas, Justas; Pobedinskas, P.; Greve, Martin Møller; Eikehaug, Kristoffer; Haenen, K.; Holst, Bodil (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      Diamond growth at low temperatures (≤400 °C) and over large areas is attractive for materials, which are sensitive to high temperatures and require good electronic, chemical or surface tribological properties. Resonant-cavity ...
    • Light absorption and scattering of 40–170 nm gold nanoparticles on glass substrates 

      Flatabø, Ranveig; Holm, Vårin Renate Andvik; Eidsvåg, Håkon; Holst, Bodil; Greve, Martin Møller (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2017)
      The localized surface plasmon resonance (LSPR) effect in metal nanoparticles is important for many applications ranging from detectors and sensors to photovoltaic devices. The LSPR wavelength is sensitive to the shape, ...
    • Nanostructuring of free-standing, dielectric membranes using electron-beam lithography 

      Grepstad, Jon Olav; Greve, Martin Møller; Reisinger, Thomas; Holst, Bodil (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2013)
      Nanostructured dielectric membranes are used in several applications ranging from de Broglie matter-wave optical elements to photonic crystals. Precise pattern transfer and high aspect ratio structures are crucial for many ...
    • Temperature induced color change in gold nanoparticle arrays: Investigating the annealing effect on the localized surface plasmon resonance 

      Holm, Vårin Renate Andvik; Greve, Martin Møller; Holst, Bodil (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2016)
      The localized surface plasmon resonance (LSPR) effect in metal nanoparticles is important for a range of applications, including photovoltaics and sensors. The actual LSPR effect is difficult to predict, because it can ...