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  1. Photoinduced voltages in metal films with rectangular profile modulation demonstrate sharp polarity switching at plasmon resonance conditions. We explore this effect for applications for compact plasmonic sensors with electrical detection. 
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  2. Profile-modulated permalloy films are promising for magneto-optical applications. We show that such systems demonstrate plasmonic properties and have uniaxial in-plane anisotropy, which may allow sharp magnetization switching using SAM of light. 
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  3. We studied emission kinetics of HITC dye in disordered metal-dielectric environments and found that the latter, contrary to expectations, can reverse emission kinetics shortening in highly concentrated dyes, caused by a combination of relaxation processes. 
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  4. Profile-modulated permalloy films are promising for magneto-optical applications. We show that such systems demonstrate plasmonic properties and have uniaxial in-plane anisotropy, which may allow sharp magnetization switching using SAM of light 
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  5. Photoinduced voltages in metal films with rectangular profile modulation demonstrate sharp polarity switching at plasmon resonance conditions. We explore this effect for applications for compact plasmonic sensors with electrical detection. 
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  6. We show that concentration quenching of emission of dye molecules – an energy transfer to quenching centers – is inhibited in subwavelength Fabry-Perot cavities (or metal-insulator-metal, MIM, waveguides). 
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