Ce Shi

Peer-Reviewed Publications

1.Ce Shi, Soheil Soltani, Andrea M. Armani. Gold Nanorod Plasmonic Upconversion Microlaser. Nano Lett. , 13(12), 2013.

2.Ce Shi, Hong Seok Choi, Andrea M. Armani. Optical microcavities with a thiol-functionalized gold nanoparticle polymer thin film coating. Appl. Phys. Lett. , 100(1), 2012.

3.Ce Shi, Simin Mehrabani, Andrea M. Armani. Leveraging bimodal kinetics to improve detection specificity. Optics Letters 37(10), 2012

4.Yang Lu, Ce Shi, Ming-Jun Hu, Shu-Hong Yu* , Magnetic alloy nanorings loaded with gold nanoparticles: synthesis and applications as multimodal imaging contrast agents. Adv. Funct. Mater. 20(21),3618(2010) . Special Issue of “Nanomaterials Research by Chinese Scienists”.

5.Yang Lu, Ce Shi, Ming-Jun Hu, Shu-Hong Yu* , Magnetic alloy nanorings loaded with gold nanoparticles: synthesis and applications as multimodal imaging contrast agents. Adv. Funct. Mater. 20(21),3618(2010) . Special Issue of “Nanomaterials Research by Chinese Scienists”.

6.Imran Cheema, Ce Shi, Andrea M. Armani, and Andrew G. Kirk. Optimizing the signal to noise ratio of microcavity sensors. Submitted to Photonics Technology Letters.

Conference

1.Ce Shi, Andrea Armani. “Low threshold gold nanorod plasmonic laser”. Photonics West, 2014

2.Ce Shi, Simin Mehrabani and Andrea M. Armani. “Improving Detection Specificity of Label-Free Optical Biosensors”. AICHE annual meeting, 2012

3.Ce Shi, Hongseok Choi and Andrea M. Armani. “Gold Nanosphere Coated Microtoroid Resonators”. Frontier in Optics, 2011

4.Andrea M. Armani, Hongseok Choi, Xiaomin Zhang, Ce Shi, "Ultra-high-Q microcavity-based visible microlasers", SPIE Photonics West OPTO, 2011. invited

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