Patrick Steglich

Technical University of Applied Sciences Wildau

Patrick Steglich received his Ph.D. in industrial engineering in 2017 from the Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata, Rome, Italy, with a focus on integrated photonics for communication and sensing. He is a research associate with the IHP—Leibniz-Institut für Innovative Mikroelektronik, Frankfurt (Oder), Germany, and also a lecturer in photonics and optical technologies at the Technische Hochschule, Wildau. His current research is focused on the hybrid integration of novel materials into a photonic integrated circuit technology for telecommunications and biosensing applications. Key applications include silicon-organic hybrid modulators and photonic biosensors for point-of-care and environmental monitoring.

Patrick Steglich

3books edited

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Plasmonics includes the fundamentals of surface plasmon polaritons in metals, and its rapidly increasing applications in biochemistry, nanotechnology, optical communication, sensing, and medicine. Surface plasmon polaritons have become popular because of their ultrasensitive optical measurement capabilities, and in recent years they have also been employed for ultra-high-speed data transfer. This book presents recent advances in the broad field of plasmonics, covering not only current progress and the latest breakthroughs in emergent applications but also geometry optimizations and the fundamentals of physical interactions.

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Plasmonic Nanostructures IntechOpen
Plasmonic Nanostructures Basic Concepts, Optimization and Applications Edited by Patrick Steglich

Plasmonic Nanostructures

Edited by Patrick Steglich

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Electromagnetic Propagation and Waveguides in Photonics and Microwave Engineering IntechOpen
Electromagnetic Propagation and Wavegui... Edited by Patrick Steglich

Electromagnetic Propagation and Waveguides in Photonics and Microwave Engineering

Edited by Patrick Steglich

Fiber Optics IntechOpen
Fiber Optics From Fundamentals to Industrial Applications Edited by Patrick Steglich

Fiber Optics

Edited by Patrick Steglich