A study by Philip Scott was published as an open access paper in the journal Applied Physics Reviews
The article titled "On enhanced sensing of chiral molecules in optical cavities” by HFA doctoral researcher Philip Scott deals with the fundamental biomolecules in living organisms. Within this study, Scott and his team developed a model to better evaluate the differential response of chiral molecules to incident circularly polarized light.
The study was published in the journal Applied Physics Reviews. This quarterly peer-reviewed scientific journal publishes original research and reviews of topics of experimental or theoretical research in physics which can be applied to other branches of science and engineering.
The Open Access paper was written in collaboration with Hector Fellow Martin Wegener, Xavier Garcia-Santiago, Dominik Beutel, Carsten Rockstuhl and Ivan Fernandez-Corbaton.
Congratulations to Philip Scott!