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Dr. BOSMAN Michel

Scientist III

Staff

Advanced Characterisation and Instrumentation (ACI) Department

6319 4848

bosmanm@imre.a-star.edu.sg,

2 Fusionopolis Way. Innovis, #08-03, Singapore 138634

https://www.eng.nus.edu.sg/mse/staff/michel-bosman/


Research Details



  -  Nano-optics and plasmonics (monochromated EELS and cathodoluminescence)

  -  In-situ TEM (imaging and spectrocopy of dynamical processes)
  -  Nanoscale characterization of gate oxides
  -  Aberration-corrected STEM and EELS

 

  -  Hybrid Nanoplasmonics (NRF2016-NRF-ANR002)
  -  In-situ STEM for 3D Microelectronics Nanofabrication (NRF-CRP16-2015-05)

 

  06/2010 - Present :  IMRE (A*STAR, Singapore), Scientist
  11/2007 - 06/2010  IME (A*STAR, Singapore), Senior Research Engineer
  06/2006 - 08/2007 :  University of Sydney (Australia), Post-Doctoral Associate
  11/2002 - 03/2003 :  NIMR (The Netherlands), Research Engineer
  03/2002 - 06/2002 :  Sonion (The Netherlands), Process Development Engineer

 

 2007 :  PhD (Electron Microscopy), The University of Sydney, Australia
 2002 MSc (Materials Science), Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands

  Associate Prof. at NUS
  (Department of Materials Science and Engineering, National University of Singapore)

  1.  Z.Qin et al. : Growth of Nb-doped monolayer WS2 from liquid-phase precursor mixing.
       ACS Nano 13, (9) 10768 (2019).

  2.  Z.Liu et al. : Photoactivity and stability co-enhancement : when localized plasmons meet oxygen
       vacancies in MgO
Small 14 (48), 1803233 (2018)

  3.  S.F.Tan et al. : In-situ kinetic and thermodynamic growth control of Au-Pd core-shell nanoparties
       Journal of the American Chemical Society 140 (37), 11680 (2018)

  4.  A.Ranjan et al. :  Conductive atomic force microscope study of bipolar and threshold resistive switching
       in 2D hexagonal boron nitride films
Scientific Reports 8 (1), 2854 (2018)

  5.  S.W.Chee et al. : Direct observation of the nanoscale Kirkendall effect during galvanic replacement
       reactions.  Nature communications 8 (1), 1224 (2017)

  6.  N.D.Loh et al. : Multi-step nucleation of nanocrystals in aqueous solution.
       Nature Chemistry 9, 77-82 (2017)

  7.  Zhao, M. et al. : Visible surface plasmon modes in single Bi2Te3 nanoplates.
       Nano Letters 15, 8331-8335 (2015)

  8.  A. Teulle et al. : Multimodal plasmonics in fused colloidal networks.  Nature Materials 14, 87-94 (2015)

  9.  M. Bosman et al. : Encapsulated annealing : enhancing the plasmon quality factor in lithographically
       -defined nanostructuresScientific Reports 4 5537 (2014).

  10. S.F.Tan et al. : Quantum plasmon resonances controlled by molecular tunnel junctions.
       Science 343, 1496-1499 (2014)


    1. Yang, J.K.W.; Bosman, M.; Duan, H. Kumar, K.; Phang, I.Y. Process for creating lithographically-defined plasmonic structures with enhanced Q-factors.US patent, application pub. no. US 2013/0243947 A1 (2013).

    2. Yang, J.K.W.; Bosman, M.; Duan, H. Kumar, K.; Phang, I.Y.A process for creating lithographically-defined plasmonic structures with enhanced Q-factors.Singapore patent, application no. 201201971-7 (2012).

    3. de Roo, D.I.; van Halteren, A.Z.; Lafort, A.M.; Marissen, R.A.; de Nooij, M.; Bosman, M.; Mogelin, R.Electret Assembly for a microphone having a backplate with improved charge stability and improved humidity stability.European Patent no. 11156577.6-2225 (2011).

    4. van Halteren, A.Z.; Marissen, R.A.; Bosman, M.; de Roo, D.I.; Mogelin, R.; de Nooij, M.Electret Assembly for a microphone having a backplate with improved charge stability.US Patent no. 7,136,496 B2 (2006).


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