Published November 27, 2019 | Version 2.0.0
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Data set for the manuscript 'Studying the different coupling regimes for a plasmonic particle in a plasmonic trap'

  • 1. EPFL
  • 1. Eindhoven University of Technology
  • 2. SUSS MicroOptics SA
  • 3. Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
  • 4. Expleo Group


This repository includes data set and Matlab scripts, which support the manuscript entitled 'Studying the different coupling regimes for a plasmonic particle in a plasmonic trap', published in Optics Express.  We include the data set necessary to reproduce the results of the paper in the '' file. We provide Matlab scripts and functions in the '' file to process the raw data. We also attach HTML documents explaining the data and how we process them. 

Raw data visualization with python.html: This is the first HTML file containing all the information to understand and visualize the raw data. It is generated by Jupyter Notebook, and it includes python scripts to visualize the raw data.

Post-processing raw data using Matlab.html: This is the second HTML file, which gives you a guideline to the data processing routines with the explanations of the Matlab scripts and functions. the data set used to produce the results in the manuscript. Matlab scripts and functions for data post-processing. python files

Note: This version update includes the additional data set for the revision of the manuscript. 


Funding agency: European Research Council Award #: ERC-2015-AdG-695206 Nanofactory


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