About Eva Rittweger

Eva is one of the editors for Advanced Optical Materials. Her responsibilities also include peer-review editing for Advanced Materials. She studied physics at the University of Heidelberg and the University of California Berkeley. After her PhD at the Max Planck Institute for biophysical chemistry in Göttingen, she worked at the German cancer research center (DKFZ) in Heidelberg.

International Year of Light Article Series

International Year of Light 2015 (UNESCO)

Advanced Optical Materials is joining in the activities of the International Year of Light through publishing a special series of review articles.

Advanced Optical Materials Top 5 – Feb. 2015

"Perfect Extinction of Terahertz" – Adv. Opt. Mater.

The month’s top articles from the field of nano­optics, opto­elec­tron­ics, opti­cal devi­ces, detec­tors & sensors, micro/nano reso­nators and more.

Advanced Optical Materials Top 5 – Jan. 2015

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This month’s top 5 most read articles from Advanced Optical Materials.

Advanced Optical Materials Top 5 – Dec. 2014

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This month’s top 5 most read articles from Advanced Optical Materials.

Advanced Optical Materials Top 5 – Nov. 2014

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This month’s top 5 most read articles from Advanced Optical Materials.

Terahertz Plasmonic Structures with Varying Conductivities

Using a commercially available inkjet printer, electrical engineers were able to produce plasmonic structures with varying conductivities.

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Multi-spectral materials in the visible, infrared, and terahertz

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The combination of a plasmonic color filter and a terahertz metamaterial absorber exhibits unique resonant phenomena over several decades of wavelengths.

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Hyperuniform disordered photonic materials with a complete band gap

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Due to their unique properties these fascinating materials are predicted to possess a complete photonic bandgap without any long-range order.

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Advanced Optical Materials publishes Issue 2

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The second issue of Advanced Optical Materials is now online, including twelve research articles covering all aspects of light-matter interactions.

Plasmonic Response of Metal-Infiltrated Protein Crystals

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Scientists at the University of Southampton find strong absorption in metal-infiltrated crystals, which they assigned to localized surface plasmon modes.

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