Publications

107. “Quo Vadis, plasmonic optical tweezers?” Kenneth B. Crozier, Light: Science & Applications 8, 35 (2019)

106. “Bull’s eye grating integrated with optical nanoantennas for plasmonic enhancement of graphene long-wave infrared photodetectors,” Nima Sefidmooye Azar, Vivek Raj Shrestha, Kenneth B Crozier, Applied Physics Letters 114, 091108 (2019)

105. “All-dielectric nanotweezers for trapping and observation of a single quantum dot,” Zhe Xu and Kenneth B. Crozier, Optics Express 27, 4034 (2019)

104. “Vertical Ge-Si Nanowires with Suspended Graphene Top Contacts as Dynamically-tunable Multispectral Photodetectors,” Shi Qiang Li, Amit Solanki, Jacopo Frigerio, Daniel Chrastina, Giovanni Isella, Changxi Zheng, Arman Ahnood, Kumaravelu Ganesan, and Kenneth B Crozier, ACS Photonics (2019)

103. “Optical Trapping of Nanoparticles Using All-Silicon Nanoantennas,” Zhe Xu, Wuzhou Song, and Kenneth B. Crozier, ACS Photonics 5, 4993 (2018)

102. “Experimental demonstration of infrared spectral reconstruction using plasmonic metasurfaces,” Benjamin Craig, Vivek Raj Shrestha, Jiajun Meng, Jasper J. Cadusch and Kenneth B. Crozier, Optics Letters 43, 4481-4484 (2018)

101. “Polarization-resolved black phosphorus/molybdenum disulfide mid-wave infrared photodiodes with high detectivity at room temperature,” by James Bullock, Matin Amani, Joy Cho, Yu-Ze Chen, Geun Ho Ahn, Valerio Adinolfi, Vivek Raj Shrestha, Yang Gao, Kenneth B Crozier, Yu-Lun Chueh, Ali Javey, Nature Photonics, 27 August 2018

100. “Solution-Synthesized High-Mobility Tellurium Nanoflakes for Short-Wave Infrared Photodetectors,” Matin Amani, Chaoliang Tan, George Zhang, Chunsong Zhao, James Bullock, Xiaohui Song, Hyungjin Kim, Vivek Raj Shrestha, Yang Gao, Kenneth B Crozier, Mary Scott, and Ali Javey, ACS Nano 12 (7), 7253–7263 (2018)

99. “Origin of the anapole condition, as revealed by a simple expansion beyond the toroidal multipole, ”  ShiQiang Li and Kenneth B. Crozier, Physical Review B 97 (24), 245423 (2018)

98. “Controlling the light absorption in a photodetector via nanowire waveguide resonances for multispectral and color imaging,” Kenneth B. Crozier, Kwanyong Seo, Hyunsung Park, Amit Solanki and Shiq-Qiang Li, IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics vol. 24, 3802012 (2018)

97. “Direct particle tracking observation and Brownian dynamics simulations of a single nanoparticle optically trapped by a plasmonic nanoaperture”, Zhe Xu, Wuzhou Song, and Kenneth B Crozier, ACS Photonics vol. 5, 2850 (2018)

96. “Generalized method of images and reflective color generation from ultra-thin multipole resonators,” Shiqiang Li, Wuzhou Song, Ming Ye, and Kenneth B Crozier, ACS Photonics 5, 2374-2383 (2018)

95. “Harnessing the interplay between photonic resonances and carrier extraction for narrowband germanium nanowire photodetectors spanning the visible to infrared,” Amit Solanki, Shiqiang Li, Hyunsung Park, and Kenneth B. Crozier, ACS Photonics 5, 520-527 (2018)

94. “High performance silicon nanowire bipolar phototransistors”, Siew Li Tan, Xingyan Zhao, Kaixiang Chen, Kenneth B Crozier, and Yaping Dan, Applied Physics Letters vol. 109, 033505 (2016)

93. “Quantum mechanical effects in plasmonic structures with subnanometre gaps”, Wenqi Zhu, Ruben Esteban, Andrei Borisov, Jeremy Baumberg, Peter Nordlander, Henri Lezec, Javier Aizpurua, and Kenneth Crozier, Nature Communications, vol. 7, 11495 (2016)

92. “Efficient polarization beam splitter pixels based on a dielectric metasurface”, Mohammadreza Khorasaninejad, Wenqi Zhu, Kenneth B. Crozier, Optica, vol 2, 4, 376-382 (2015);

91. “Vertically stacked photodetector devices containing silicon nanowires with engineered absorption spectra”, Hyunsung Park and Kenneth B. Crozier, ACS Photonics, vol 2, 4, 544-549 (2015);

90. “Surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and molecular asphaltenes”, A Ballard Andrews, Dongxing Wang, Katarzyna M Marzec, Oliver C Mullins, and Kenneth B Crozier, Chemical Physics Letters, vol 620, 139-143 (2015);

89. “Elliptical silicon nanowire photodetectors for polarization-resolved imaging” Hyunsung Park, Kenneth B. Crozier, Optics Express, vol 23, 6, 7209-7216 (2015);

88. “Self-aligned process for forming microlenses at the tips of vertical silicon nanowires by atomic layer deposition”, Yaping Dan, Kaixiang Chen, Kenneth B. Crozier, Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology A, vol 33, 1, 01A109 (2015);

87. “Silicon nanofin grating as a miniature chirality-distinguishing beam-splitter”, Mohammadreza Khorasaninejad, Kenneth B. Crozier, Nature Communications, vol 5, 5386 (2014);

86. “Vertical germanium nanowires as spectrally-selective absorbers across the visible-to-infrared”, Amit Solanki, Kenneth B. Crozier, Applied Physics Letters, vol 105, 19, 191115 (2014);

85. “Quantum mechanical limit to plasmonic enhancement as observed by surface-enhanced Raman scattering”, Nature Communications, vol 5, 5228 (2014);

84. “High throughput multichannel fluorescence microscopy with microlens arrays”, Anthony Orth, Kenneth B. Crozier, Optics Express, vol 22, 15, 18101-18112 (2014);

83. “Plasmonics for surface enhanced Raman scattering: Nanoantennas for single molecules”, Kenneth B. Crozier, Wenqi Zhu, Dongxing Wang, Shiyun Lin, Michael D. Best, Jon P. Camden, Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics, IEEE Journal of, vol 20, 3, 152-162 (2014);

82. “Super hydrophobic bull’s-eye for surface-enhanced Raman scattering”, Wuzhou Song, Demetri Psaltis, Kenneth B. Crozier, Lab on a Chip, vol 14, 20, 3907-3911 (2014);

81. “Silicon photodetectors integrated with vertical silicon nitride waveguides as image sensor pixels: Fabrication and characterization,” Turgut Tut, Yaping Dan, Peter Duane, Winnie N. Ye, Fatih Degirmenci, Young Yu, Munib Wober, and Kenneth B. Crozier, Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology B, vol 32, 031201 (2014);

80. “Filter-free image sensor pixels comprising silicon nanowires with selective color absorption,” Hyunsung Park, Yaping Dan, Kwanyong Seo, Young J. Yu, Peter K. Duane, Munib Wober, Kenneth B. Crozier, Nano Letters, DOI: 10.1021/nl404379w (2014);

79. “Research Highlights Harnessing the Nano-optics of Silicon Nanowires for Multispectral Imaging,” Kenneth B. Crozier, Hyunsung Park, Kwanyong Seo, Paul Steinvurzel, Ethan Schonbrun, Yaping Dan, Tal Ellenbogen, Peter Duane, Munib Wober, IEEE Photonics Society News, vol. 27, 6, 11-18 (2013);

78. “Wafer-scale metasurface for total power absorption, local field enhancement and single molecule Raman spectroscopy,” Dongxing Wang, Wenqi Zhu, Michael D. Best, Jon P. Camden and Kenneth B. Crozier, Scientific Reports vol. 3, 2867 (2013);

77. “Multispectral imaging with vertical silicon nanowires,” Hyunsung Park and Kenneth B. Crozier, Scientific Reports vol. 3, 2460 (2013);

76. “Light field moment imaging,” Antony Orth and Kenneth B. Crozier, Optics Letters vol. 38, pp.2666-2668 (2013);

75. “Si Microwire Solar Cells: Improved Efficiency with a Conformal SiO2 Layer,” Kwanyong Seo, Young J. Yu, Peter Duane, Wenqi Zhu, Hyunsung Park, Munib Wober, and Kenneth B. Crozier, ACS Nano vol. 7, pp. 5539–5545 (2013);

74. “Directional Raman Scattering from Single Molecules in the Feed Gaps of Optical Antennas,” Dongxing Wang, Wenqi Zhu, Michael D. Best, Jon P. Camden, and Kenneth B. Crozier, Nano Letters vol 13, pp. 2194–2198 (2013);

73. “Digital Cameras With Designs Inspired By the Arthropod Eye,” Young Min Song, Yizhu Xie, Viktor Malyarchuk, Jianliang Xiao, Inhwa Jung, Ki-joong Choi, Zhuangjian Liu, Hyunsung Park, Rak-Hwan Kim, Kenneth B. Crozier, Yonggang Huang, John A. Rogers, Nature vol 497, pp. 95-99 (2013)

72. “Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering with Ag Nanoparticles Optically Trapped by a Photonic Crystal Cavity,” Shiyun Lin, Wenqi Zhu, Yuhang Jin and Kenneth B. Crozier, Nano Letters vol. 13, pp. 559 (2013);

71. “Gigapixel fluorescence microscopy with a water immersion microlens array,” Antony Orth and Kenneth B. Crozier, Optics Express vol. 21, pp. 2361-2368 (2013);

70. “Towards Wide-angle Micro Vision Sensors,” Sanjeev Koppal, Ioannis Gkioulekas, Travis Young, Hyunsung Park, Kenneth B. Crozier, Geoffrey Barrows and Todd Zickler, IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence DOI: 10.1109/TPAMI.2013.22 (2013);

69. “Trapping-Assisted Sensing of Particles and Proteins using On-Chip Optical Microcavities,” Shiyun Lin and Kenneth B. Crozier, ACS Nano vol. 7, pp. 1725 (2013);

68. “Generation of quasi-coherent cylindrical vector beams by leaky mirrorless laser,” Tal Ellenbogen, Dongxing Wang and Kenneth B. Crozier, Optics Express vol. 20, pp.  28862-28870 (2012);

67. “Adding colors to polydimethylsiloxane by embedding vertical silicon nanowires,” Hyunsung Park, Kwanyong Seo and Kenneth B. Crozier, Applied Physics Letters vol. 101, 193107  (2012);

66. “Direct observation of beamed Raman scattering,” Wenqi Zhu, Dongxing Wang and Kenneth B. Crozier, Nano Letters vol. 12, pp. 6235-6243 (2012);

65. “Measuring the pressures across microfluidic droplets with an optical tweezer,” Yuhang Jin, Antony Orth, Ethan Schonbrun and Kenneth B. Crozier, Optics Express vol. 20, pp. 24450-24464 (2012);

64. “High directivity optical antenna substrates for surface enhanced Raman scattering,” Dongxing Wang, Wenqi Zhu, Yizhuo Chu and Kenneth B. Crozier, Advanced Materials vol. 24, pp. 4376–4380 (2012);

63. “Microscopy with microlens arrays: high throughput, high resolution and light-field imaging,” Antony Orth and and Kenneth B. Crozier, Optics Express vol. 20, pp.  13522-13531 (2012);

62. “Plasmonic Trapping with a Gold Nanopillar,” Kai Wang and Kenneth B. Crozier, ChemPhysChem, pp. 2639–2648 (2012);

61. “An integrated microparticle sorting system based on near-field optical forces and a structural perturbation,” Shiyun Lin and Kenneth B. Crozier, Optics Express vol. 20, pp. 3367-3374 (2012);

60. “Chromatic Plasmonic Polarizers for Active Visible Color Filtering and Polarimetry,” Tal Ellenbogen, Kwanyong Seo, and Kenneth B. Crozier, Nano Letters vol. 12, pp. 1026-1031 (2012);

59. “Vertical waveguides integrated with silicon photodetectors: Towards high efficiency and low cross-talk image sensors,” Turgut Tut, Yaping Dan, Peter Duane, Young Yu, Munib Wober, and Kenneth B. Crozier, Applied Physics Letters vol. 100, 043504  (2012);

58. “Planar silicon microrings as wavelength-multiplexed optical traps for storing and sensing particles,” Shiyun Lin and Kenneth B. Crozier, Lab on a Chip vol. 11, pp. 4047-4051 (2011);

57. “Exciton-polariton emission from organic semiconductor optical waveguides,” Tal Ellenbogen and Kenneth B. Crozier, Physical Review B (Rapid Communications) vol. 84, 161304(R) (2011);

56. “Trapping and rotating nanoparticles using a plasmonic nano-tweezer with an integrated heat sink,” Kai Wang, Ethan Schonbrun, Paul Steinvurzel & Kenneth B. Crozier, Nature Communications vol. 2, 469 (2011);

55. “Multiplexed pressure sensing with elastomer membranes,” Antony Orth, Ethan Schonbrun and Kenneth B. Crozier, Lab on a Chip vol. 11, pp. 3810-3815 (2011);

54. “Reconfigurable Imaging Systems Using Elliptical Nanowires,” Ethan Schonbrun, Kwanyong Seo, and Kenneth B. Crozier, Nano Letters vol. 11, pp. 4299–4303 (2011);

53. “Beamed Raman: directional excitation and emission enhancement in a plasmonic crystal double resonance SERS substrate ,” Yizhuo Chu, Wenqi Zhu, Dongxing Wang and Kenneth B. Crozier, Optics Express vol. 19, pp. 20054-20068 (2011);

52. “A Plasmonic Waveplate Based on Subwavelength Nanoslits,” E.H. Khoo, E.P. Li, and K.B. Crozier, Optics Letters vol. 36, Issue 13, pp. 2498-2500 (2011);

51. “Double resonance surface enhanced Raman scattering substrates: an intuitive coupled oscillator model ,” Yizhuo Chu, Dongxing Wang, Wenqi Zhu, and Kenneth B. Crozier, Optics Express vol. 19, 14919 (2011);

50. “Strong coupling between excitons in J-aggregates and waveguide modes in thin polymer films ,” Tal Ellenbogen, Paul Steinvurzel, and Kenneth B. Crozier, Applied Physics Letters vol. 98, 261103 (2011);

49. “Lithographically Fabricated Optical Antennas with Gaps Well Below 10 nm,” Wenqi Zhu , Mohamad G. Banaee , Dongxing Wang , Yizhuo Chu , and Kenneth B. Crozier, Small vol. 7, pp. 1761-176 (2011);

48. “Dramatic Reduction of Surface Recombination by in Situ Surface Passivation of Silicon Nanowires ,” Yaping Dan, Kwanyong Seo, Kuniharu Takei, Jhim H. Meza, Ali Javey, and Kenneth B. Crozier,” Nano Letters vol. 11, 2527 (2011);

47. “Vertical optical antennas integrated with spiral ring gratings for large local electric field enhancement and directional radiation,” Baoan Liu, Dongxing Wang, Chuan Shi, Kenneth B. Crozier, and Tian Yang,” Optics Express vol. 19, 10049 (2011);

46. “Fabrication of high-aspect-ratio lightpipes,” Winnie N. Ye, Peter Duane, Munib Wober, and Kenneth B. Crozier,” Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology B vol. 29, 031206 (2011);

45. “Ultracompact, broadband slot waveguide polarization splitter,” Shiyun Lin, Juejun Hu, and Kenneth B. Crozier, Applied Physics Letters vol. 98, pp. 151101 (2011);

44. “Multicolored Vertical Silicon Nanowires,” Kwanyong Seo, Munib Wober, Paul Steinvurzel, Ethan Schonbrun, Yaping Dan, Tal Ellenbogen, and Kenneth B. Crozier, Nano Letters vol. 11, pp. 1851–1856 (2011);

43. “Optical antennas integrated with concentric ring gratings: electric field enhancement and directional radiation,” Dongxing Wang, Tian Yang, and Kenneth B. Crozier, Optics Express vol. 19, 2148 (2011);

42. “A microfluidic fluorescence measurement system using an astigmatic diffractive microlens array,” Ethan Schonbrun, Paul E. Steinvurzel, and Kenneth B. Crozier, Optics Express vol. 19, 1385 (2011);

41. “Mixed Dimer Double-Resonance Substrates for Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy,” Mohamad G. Banaee and Kenneth B. Crozier, ACS Nano vol. 5, 307 (2011)

40. “Optical trapping of dielectric nanoparticles in resonant cavities,” Juejun Hu, Shiyun Lin, Lionel C. Kimerling, and Kenneth Crozier, Physical Review A vol. 82, 053819 (2010)

39. “Separation of Electromagnetic and Chemical Contributions to Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectra on Nanoengineered Plasmonic Substrates,” Semion K. Saikin, Yizhuo Chu, Dmitrij Rappoport, Kenneth B. Crozier, and Alan Aspuru-Guzik, Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters vol. 1, 2740 (2010)

38. “Scannable Plasmonic Trapping Using a Gold Stripe,” Kai Wang, Ethan Schonbrun, Paul Steinvurzel, and Kenneth B. Crozier, Nano Letters vol. 10, 3506 (2010)

37. “Optical Manipulation with Planar Silicon Microring Resonators,” Shiyun Lin, Ethan Schonbrun, and Kenneth Crozier, Nano Letters vol. 10, 2408 (2010)

36. “Double-Resonance Plasmon Substrates for Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering with Enhancement at Excitation and Stokes Frequencies,” Yizhuo Chu, Mohamad G. Banaee and Kenneth B. Crozier, ACS Nano vol. 4, 2804 (2010)

35. “Charge and current reservoirs for electric and magnetic field enhancement,” Dongxing Wang, Tian Yang, and Kenneth B. Crozier, Optics Express vol. 10, 10388 (2010)

34. “Gold nanorings as substrates for surface-enhanced Raman scattering,” Mohamad G. Banaee and Kenneth B. Crozier, Optics Letters vol. 35, 760 (2010)

33. “High-throughput fluorescence detection using an integrated zone plate array,” Ethan Schonbrun, Adam R. Abate, Paul E. Steinvurzel, David A. Weitz and Kenneth B. Crozier, Lab-on-a-Chip vol. 10, 852 (2010)

32. “Amplitude- and Phase-Resolved Near-Field Mapping of Infrared Antenna Modes by Transmission-Mode Scattering-Type Near-Field Microscopy,” Martin Schnell, Aitzol Garcia-Etxarri, Andreas J. Huber, Kenneth B. Crozier, Andrei Borisov, Javier Aizpurua, and Rainer Hillenbrand, Journal of Physical Chemistry C vol. 114, 7341 (2010)

31. “Design of nanoslotted photonic crystal waveguide cavities for single nanoparticle trapping and detection,” Shiyun Lin, Juejun Hu, Lionel Kimerling, and Kenneth B. Crozier, Optics Letters vol. 34, 3451 (2009)

30. “Scanning microscopy using a short-focal-length Fresnel zone plate,” Ethan Schonbrun, Winnie N. Ye, and Kenneth B. Crozier, Optics Letters vol. 34, 2228 (2009)

29. “Propulsion of Gold Nanoparticles with Surface Plasmon Polaritons: Evidence of Enhanced Optical Force from Near-Field Coupling between Gold
Particle and Gold Film,” Kai Wang, Ethan Schonbrun, and Kenneth B. Crozier, Nano Letters vol. 9, 2623 (2009)

28. “Co- and cross-flow extensions in an elliptical optical trap,” E. Schonbrun, J. Wong, and K. B. Crozier, Physical Review E vol. 79, 042401 (2009)

27. ” Surface plasmon resonances of optical antenna atomic force microscope tips,” Yanshu Zou, Paul Steinvurzel, Tian Yang, and Kenneth B. Crozier, Applied Physics Letters vol. 94, 171107 (2009)

26. ” Controlling the near-field oscillations of loaded
plasmonic nanoantennas,” M. Schnell, A. Garcıa-Etxarri, A. J. Huber, K. Crozier, J. Aizpurua and R. Hillenbrand, Nature Photonics vol. 3, 287 (2009)

25. ” Coherent coupling of multiple transverse modes in quantum cascade lasers,” Nanfang Yu, Laurent Diehl, Ertugrul Cubukcu, David Bour, Scott Corzine, Gloria Hofler, Aleksander K. Wojcik, Kenneth B. Crozier, Alexey Belyanin and Federico Capasso, Physical Review Letters vol. 102, 013901 (2009)

24. ” Experimental study of the interaction between localized and propagating surface plasmons,” Yizhuo Chu and Kenneth B. Crozier, Optics Letters vol. 34, 244 (2009)

23. ” Analysis of surface plasmon waves in metal-dielectric-metal structures and the criterion for negative refractive index,” Tian Yang and Kenneth B. Crozier, Optics Express vol. 17, 1136 (2009)

22. ” Plasmonic laser antennas and related devices,” Ertugrul Cubukcu, Nanfang Yu, Elizabeth J. Smythe, Laurent Diehl, Kenneth B. Crozier and Federico Capasso, IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics vol. 14, 1148 (2008)

21. ” Experimental observation of narrow surface plasmon resonances in gold nanoparticle arrays,” Yizhuo Chu, Ethan Schonbrun, Tian Yang and Kenneth B. Crozier, Applied Physics Letters vol. 93, 181108 (2008)

20. ” Spring constant modulation in a zone plate tweezer using linear polarization,” E. Schonbrun and K. B. Crozier, Optics Letters vol. 33, pp. 2017 (2008)

19. ” Surface plasmon coupling in periodic metallic nanoparticle structures: a semi-analytical model,” Tian Yang and Kenneth B. Crozier, Optics Express vol. 16, pp. 13070 (2008)

18. ” Dispersion and extinction of surface plasmons in an array of gold nanoparticle chains: influence of the air/glass interface,” Tian Yang and Kenneth B. Crozier, Optics Express vol. 16, pp. 8570 (2008)

17. ” Microfabricated water immersion zone plate optical tweezer,” Ethan Schonbrun, Charles Rinzler and Kenneth B. Crozier, Applied Physics Letters vol. 92, 071112 (2008)

16. “Experimental measurement of the dispersion relations of the surface plasmon modes of metal nanoparticle chains,” K.B. Crozier, E. Togan, E. Simsek and T. Yang, Optics Express vol. 15, pp. 17482 (2007)

15. “Plasmonic Quantum Cascade Laser Antenna,” N. Yu, E. Cubukcu, L. Diehl, M. Belkin, K.B. Crozier, F. Capasso, D. Bour, S. Corzine, and G. Hofler, Applied Physics Letters vol. 91, pp. 173113 (2007)

14. “Near-field Imaging of Quantum Cascade Laser Transverse Modes,” N. Yu, L. Diehl, E. Cubukcu, C. Pfugl, D. Bour, S. Corzine, J. Zhu, G. Hofler, K.B. Crozier and F. Capasso, Optics Express vol. 15, pp. 13227 (2007)

13. “Bowtie Plasmonic Quantum Cascade Laser,” N. Yu, E. Cubukcu, L. Diehl, D. Bour, S. Corzine, J. Zhu, G. Hofler, K.B. Crozier and F. Capasso, Optics Express vol. 15, pp. 13272 (2007)

12. “Differential Near-Field Scanning Optical Microscopy,” A. Ozcan, E. Cubukcu, A. Bilenca, K.B. Crozier, B.E. Bouma, F. Capasso, G.J. Tearney, Nano Letters vol. 6, pp. 2609 (2006)

11. “Plasmonic Laser Antenna,” Ertugrul Cubukcu, Eric A. Kort, Kenneth B. Crozier, Federico Capasso, Applied Physics Letters, vol. 89, pp. 093120 (2006)

10. “Air-bridged Photonic Crystal Slabs at Visible and Near-infrared Wavelengths,” K.B. Crozier, Virginie Lousse, Onur Kilic, Shanhui Fan, and Olav Solgaard, Physical Review B, vol. 73, pp. 115126 (2006)

9. “Field Enhancement and Gap-Dependent Resonance in a System of Two Opposing Tip-to-Tip Au Nanotriangles,” A. Sundaramurthy, K.B. Crozier, G.S. Kino, D.P. Fromm, P.J. Schuck and W.E. Moerner, Physical Review B, vol. 72, pp. 165409 (2005)

8. “Optical antennas: resonators for local field enhancement,” K.B. Crozier, A. Sundaramurthy, G.S. Kino and C.F. Quate, Journal of Applied Physics, vol. 94, pp. 4632-42 (2003)

7. ‘Micromachined silicon nitride Solid Immersion Lens,” K.B. Crozier, D.A. Fletcher, G.S. Kino, and C.F. Quate, Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems, vol. 11, pp. 470-478 (2002)

6. “Thin film characterization by atomic force microscopy at ultrasonic frequencies,” K.B. Crozier, G.G. Yaralioglu, F.L. Degertekin, J.D. Adams, S.C. Minne, and C.F. Quate, Applied Physics Letters, vol. 76, pp. 1950-1952 (2000)

5. “Microfabricated Silicon Solid Immersion Lens,” D.A. Fletcher; K.B. Crozier, K.W. Guarini, S.C. Minne, G.S. Kino, C.F. Quate, K.E. Goodson, Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems; vol.10, pp.450-459 (2001)

4. “Refraction contrast imaging with a scanning microlens,” D.A. Fletcher, K.B. Crozier, C.F. Quate, G.S. Kino, K.E. Goodson, D. Simanovskii, D.V. Palanker, Applied Physics Letters; vol.78, pp.3589-3591 (2001)

3. “Contact stiffness of layered materials for ultrasonic atomic force microscopy,” G.G. Yaralioglu, F.L. Degertekin, K.B. Crozier, and C.F. Quate, Journal of Applied Physics, vol. 87, pp. 7491-7496 (2000)

2. “Near-field infrared imaging with a microfabricated solid immersion lens,” D.A. Fletcher, K.B. Crozier, G.S. Kino, C.F. Quate, K.E. Goodson, D. Simanovskii, and D.V. Palanker, Applied Physics Letters, vol. 77, pp 2109-2111 (2000)

1. “Nearfield Photolithography with a solid immersion lens,” L.P. Ghislain, V.B. Elings, K.B. Crozier, S.C. Manalis, S.R. Minne, K. Wilder, G.S. Kino, C.F. Quate, Applied Physics Letters, vol. 74, pp. 501-503 (1999)