Na Liu1

1, University of Heidelberg, Heidelberg, , Germany

A prerequisite to build advanced plasmonic architectures is the ability to precisely control the organization of metal nanoparticles in space. To this end, DNA origami represents an ideal construction platform owing to its unique sequence specificity and structural versatility. In this talk, we demonstrate novel dynamic systems which exhibit interesting optical properties. We also discuss about the inevitable evolution from static to dynamic systems along with the fast development of this inter-disciplinary field.