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    • All-aluminum hierarchical plasmonic surfaces in the infrared 

      Ayas S.; Bakan, G.; Dana, A. (The Optical Society, 2016)
      All-Aluminum metal-insulator-metal resonator structures withmultiple metal-insulator stacks showing resonances in the mid-infrared(MIR) are fabricated. Ultrathin native Al2O3 is used as the insulator layersenabling simple ...
    • Modeling urbanization using building patterns 

      Doǧrusöz, E.; Aksoy, S. (2007)
      Automatic extraction of buildings and modeling of their spatial arrangements provide essential information for urban applications. This paper describes our work on modeling urbanization using spatial building patterns. ...
    • Multispectral plasmonic structures using native aluminum oxide and aluminum 

      Ayas, S.; Bakan, G.; Dana, A. (OSA - The Optical Society, 2017)
      We report the use of native aluminum oxide to fabricate periodic metal-insulator-metal resonators with simultaneous resonances in the visible and IR wavelengths. The cavity size is in the order of λ3/25000 in the NIR.
    • Plasmonic absorbers for multispectral and broadband absorption 

      Ayaş, Sencer; Güner, Hasan; Türker, Burak; Ekiz, Öner; Dana, Aykutlu (SPIE, 2012)
      We present polarization dependent multispectral and broadband plasmonic absorbers in the visible spectrum. The spectral characteristics of these structures are tunable over a broad spectrum. Experimental results are verified ...