Professor

Markus B. Raschke


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Education

1990-1994      Universität Bayreuth,Germany           B.S.

1994-1995      Rutgers University,Germany              M.S.

1995-1999      Technische Universität, Munich,Germany    Ph.D


Work Experience

2015-Present    University of Colorado,USA                                             Professor

2010-2014        University of Colorado,USA                                            Associate Professor

2009-2010        University of Washington,USA                                        Associate Professor

2006-2009        University of Washington,USA                                        Assistant Professor

2004-2006        Max-Born-Institute,Germany                                           Staff Scientist, Group Leader

2002-2003        Max-Born-Institute,Germany                                            Postdoctoral Associate

2003-2006        Humboldt University, and Free University,Germany       Instructor

1999-2001        University of California at Berkeley,USA                         Postdoctoral Research Associate


Research Interests

The development and application of new nano-scale nonlinear and ultrafast spectroscopy techniques to control the light-matter interaction on the nanoscale.


Selected Publications

[1]K.-D. Park, M. B. Raschke, J. M. Atkin, Y. H. Lee, and M. S. Jeong, “Probing bilayer grain boundaries in large area graphene with tip-enhanced Raman spectrosscopy”, Advanced Materials, ASAP (2016)

[2]B. T. O’Callahan and  M. B. Raschke, “Laser heating of scanning probe tips for thermal near-field spectroscopy and imaging”, APL Photonics2, 021301 (2016).

[3]E. Muller, B. Pollard, H. A. Bechtel, P. van Blerkom, and M. B. Raschke, “Infrared vibrational nano-crystallography and -imaging”, Science Advances2, e1601006 (2016).

[4]B. Metzger, B. Pollard, I. Rimke, E. Buettner, and M. B. Raschke, “Single-step sub-200 fs mid-infrared generation from an optical parametric oscillator synchroneously pumped by an erbium fiber laser”, Opt. Lett.41, 4383 (2016).

[5]K.-D. Park, M. B. Raschke, M. J. Jang, J. H. Kim, B.-H. O, S.-G. Park, E.-H. Lee, and S. G. Lee, “Near-field imaging of cell membranes in liquid enabled by active scanning probe mechanical resonance control”, J. Phys. Chem. C120, 21138 (2016).

[6]H. U. Yang and M. B. Raschke, “Resonant optical gradient force interaction for nano-imaging and -spectroscopy”, New J. Phys.18, 053042 (2016).

[7]B. Pollard and M. B. Raschke, “Correlative infrared nanospectroscopy and nanomechanical imaging of block copolymer microdomains”, Beilstein J. Nanotechnol.7, 605 (2016). 

[8] S. Doenges, O. Khatib, B. T. O’Callahan, J. M. Atkin, J. H. Park, D. Cobden, and M. B. Raschke, “Ultrafast nanoimaging of the photoinduced phase transition dynamics of VO2”, Nano Letters16, 3029 (2016). 

[9] Y. Xu, E. Tucker, G. Boreman, M. B. Raschke, and B. A. Lail, “Optical nanoantenna input impedance”, ACS Photonics3, 881 (2016).

[10]M. Müller, V. Kravtsov, A. Paarmann, M. B. Raschke, and R. Ernstorfer, “Nanofocused plasmon-driven sub-10 fs electron point source”, ACS Photonics3, 611 (2016). 

[10] V. Kravtsov, R. Ulbricht, J. M. Atkin, and M. B. Raschke, “Plasmonic nanofocused four-wave mixing for femtosecond near-field imaging” Nature Nanotechnol. 11, 459 (2016).

[11] K.-D. Park, O. Khatib, V. Kravtsov, G. Clark, X. Xu, and M. B. Raschke, “Hybrid tip-enhanced nanospectroscopy and nanoimaging of monolayer WSe2 with local strain control” Nano Letters 16, 2621 (2016).

[12]  K.-D. Park, E. A. Muller, V. Kravtsov, P. M. Sass, J. Dreyer, J. M. Atkin, and M. B. Raschke, “Variable-temperature tip-enhanced Raman spectroscopy of single-molecule fluctuations and dynamics” Nano Letters 16, 479 (2016).

[13]B. Pollard, F. C. B. Maia, M. B. Raschke, and R. O. Freitas “Infrared vibrational nanospectroscopy by self-referenced interferometry” Nano Letters 16, 55 (2016).


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