We're grateful for having had the opportunity to collaborate with a number of groups and individual scientists all over the world. In a number of cases this
collaboration is still ongoing. In random order they are:
- Dan Mittleman at Rice University, USA with whom we collaborated on
on understanding the near-field spectrum of THz antennas and also on THz waves being radiated away from the end of of metal wires
In this work we also worked together with Jason Deibel,
currently at Wright University
Eric Shaner at Sandia National Labs. He provided us with a number
of excellent samples for THz near-field measurements.
I. Brener, also at Sandia National Labs with whom we are also
collaborating through a CINT proposal on THz near-field measurements.
DaiSik Kim, from Seoul National University, Korea, with whom we
started the THz near-field measurements on metal structures.
Q-Han Park at Korea University, Seoul, who was kind enough to
perform THz near-field calculations for us.
Peter Uhd Jepsen
at DTU in Denmark. He works, amongst other things, on THz photonic crystal fibers and we performed some THz near-field measurements for him on these fibers.
Michael Nagel, at the RWTH in Aachen, Germany,
provided us with some really excellent samples which allowed us to measure how THz light emerges from tiny holes, smaller than the wavelength. He also
greatly improved our joint papers by his suggestions and critical reading.
- Markus Walther at the University in Freiburg. Collaboration on THz near-field measurements.
Here's another website.
Huib Bakker. We collaborated on many
things (orientation dependence of THz detection in zinc-blende crystals, for example) and probably will do so in the (near)future too.
Jos Corver at IMA Edwards Freeze Drying Solutions with whom we collaborate on THz spectroscopy of
Joris Dik of the Materials Sciences Department at
the University of Technology Delft with whom we collaborate on using THz radiation for art
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