Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR)
to Magneto-Optic SPR

This editorial provides brief information about the Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR) sensors, followed by several aspects of magneto optic SPR (MOSPR) sensors and sensing schemes from the viewpoint of fundamental studies and potential technological applications. This also reports new sensitivity metrics developed (for the first time) by Conrad et. al. These new sensitivity metrics would allow the users to compare the performance of SPR and MOSPR-based sensors simultaneously. Such technique was not available earlier. Read More

Bio-magnetoplasmonics, Emerging
Technologies and Beyond

This is a reviewed series of articles on surface and magneto plasmon structures, including our own. The review provides a comprehensive and fair revision of background, scope and potential application of magnetoplasmonic material and devices. The exceptional properties displayed by magnetoplasmonic based materials, such as strong enhancement of electromagnetic fields, high sensitivity, large signal to noise ratio, possibility of obtaining high photo-thermal conversion efficiencies and rich spectral responses at applied magnetic field, make them unique, outstanding and sought for material for various applications. For more information about the application of these material Click Here

Sensitivity comparison of surface plasmon resonance (SPR) and magneto-optic SPR biosensors

Sensitivity of a biosensor is one of the most important parameters that determines its performance. It depends on many factors, such as excitation wavelength of incident optical radiation composition, type, and thickness of cobalt, gold, and high refractory metal, and sensing/excitation configuration. In this paper, both the surface plasmon resonance (SPR) and magneto-optic SPR at the zero and applied magnetic field, have been theoretically calculated using air-Helium media as probing samples in the Kretschmann configuration, and their performances are compared. For more information Click Here

Ferromagnetic Hybrid Nanostructure for Potential Clinical Applications (Theory, Design, Fabrication, Measurement, Data Analysis & Characterization)

The future of magneto-optic based ferromagnetic nanostructures is extremely bright. The exceptional properties displayed by magneto-optic (MO) nanostructures, such as strong enhancement of electromagnetic fields, high sensitivity, and large signal-to-noise-ratio, make them unique, outstanding, and sought for material for biosensing, imaging and many other applications. To learn more about material, method, various physical properties, surface plasmon resonance (SPR) and MO-SPR configurations and bio-sensing Click Here

Ferromagnetic Multilayers: Magnetoresistance, Magnetism and Beyond

This research deals with sensitive multilayers with a good magneto-optic effect, under a externally applied magnetic field, detail on the nanofabrication and characterization of various multilayered films. This allows users to develop mini devices such as smart spin-valves based biosensors and smart magneto optic biosensors, and potential to replace magnetic sensors in automobile, electronics, biophysics, and medicine, among many others. Click Here to read more about it.

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