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Optically induced nanostructures : biomedical and technical applications, edited by Karsten König and Andreas Ostendorf

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Optically induced nanostructures : biomedical and technical applications
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Optically induced nanostructures
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biomedical and technical applications
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edited by Karsten König and Andreas Ostendorf
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eng
Summary
Nanostructuring of materials is a task at the heart of many modern disciplines in mechanical engineering, as well as optics, electronics, and the life sciences. This book includes an introduction to the relevant nonlinear optical processes as well as coverage of state-of-the-art applications of non-UV radiation such as cell reprogramming, surface treatments of implants, production of nanowires, friction modification, and 3D data storage
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Optically induced nanostructures : biomedical and technical applications, edited by Karsten König and Andreas Ostendorf
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Includes bibliographical references at the end of each chapters and index
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Contents
  • König, K. ; Seidel, H. ; Afshar, M. ; Klötzer, M. ; Feili, D. ; Straub, M.
  • 2. Nanophotonic applications of fs-laser radiation induced nanostructures and their theoretical description
  • Reininghaus, M. ; Ivanov, D. ; Maß, T.W.W. ; Eckert, S. ; Juschkin, L. ; Garcia, M. E. ; Taubner, T. ; Poprawe, and R.
  • 3. Temporally shaped femtosecond laser pulses for creation of functional sub-100nm structures in dielectrics
  • Götte, N. ; Kusserow, T. ; Winkler, T. ; Sarpe, C. ; Englert, L. ; Otto, D. ; Meinl, T. ; Khan, Y. ; Zielinski, B. ; Senftleben, A. ; Wollenhaupt, M. ; Hillmer, H. ; Baumert, T.
  • 4. Design and fabrication of near- to far-field transformers by sub-100nm two-photon polymerization
  • Reinhardt, C. ; Ferreras Paz, V. ; Zheng, L. ; Kurselis, K. ; Birr, T. ; Zywietz, U. ; Chichkov, B. ; Frenner, K. ; Osten, W.
  • 5. Ultrashort pulse-induced periodic nanostructures in bulk glass: from fundamentals to applications in high-resolution microscopy
  • Zimmermann, F. ; Richter, S. ; Buschlinger, R. ; Shukla, S. ; Heintzmann, R. ; Peschel, U. ; Nolte, S.
  • 6. Nonlinear processing and multiphoton ablation of self-assembled monolayers for application as ultrathin resists and in biochemical sensors
  • Frontmatter
  • Hartmann, N. ; Franzka, S. ; Schröter, A. ; Aumann, A. ; Ostendorf, A.
  • 7. Femtosecond laser-induced surface nanostructures for tribological applications
  • Bonse, J. ; Höhm, S. ; Hartelt, M. ; Spaltmann, D. ; Pentzien, S. ; Koter, R. ; Marschner, S. ; Rosenfeld, A. ; Krüger, J.
  • 1. Optical reprogramming and optical characterization of cells using femtosecond lasers
  • Uchugonova, A. ; Breunig, H. G. ; Augspurger, C. ; Monaghan, M. ; Schenke-Layland, K. ; König, K.
  • 2. Nanoscale biofunctionalization of polymer surfaces by laser treatment for controlled cellular differentiation
  • Steger, M. ; Abagnale, G. ; Bremus-Köbberling, E. ; Wagner, W. ; Gillner, A.
  • 3. Laser-generated bioactive hydrogels as ion-release systems for burn wound therapy
  • Coger, V. ; Million, N. ; Wilke, P. ; Pich, A. ; Vogt, P. M. ; Reimers, K. ; Barcikowski, S.
  • 4. Nanoparticle-loaded bioactive hydrogels
  • Foreword 1
  • Wallat, K. ; Gepp, M. M. ; Berger, S. ; Le Harzic, R. ; Neubauer, J. C. ; Zimmermann, H. ; Stracke, F. ; Epple, M.
  • 5. Two-photon polymerization of inorganic-organic polymers for biomedical and microoptical applications
  • Burmeister, F. ; Steenhusen, S. ; Houbertz, R. ; Asche, T.S. ; Nickel, J. ; Nolte, S. ; Tucher, N. ; Josten, P. ; Obel, K. ; Wolter, H. ; Fessel, S. ; Schneider, A. M. ; Gärtner, K.-H. ; Beck, C. ; Behrens, P. ; Tünnermann, A. ; Walles, H.
  • 6. Optical antennae for near-field induced nonlinear photochemical reactions of photolabile azo- and amine groups
  • Reichenbach, P. ; Georgi, U. ; Oertel, U. ; Kämpfe, T. ; Nitzsche, B. ; Voit, B. ; Eng, L. M.
  • 7. Optical trap assisted sub diffraction limited laser structuring
  • Alexeev, I. ; Quentin, U. ; Leitz, K.-H. ; Strauß, J. ; Baum, M. ; Stelzle, F. ; Schmidt, M.
  • 8. STED lithography and protein nanoanchors
  • Klar, T. A.
  • Index
  • Foreword 2
  • Contents
  • Authors
  • Tutorial
  • Ostendorf, A. ; König, K.
  • 1. Nanoprocessing using near-infrared sub-15 femtosecond laser microscopes
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