Nanomagnetism and magnetoplasmonics

Researchers

4

1

Accepted patents

3 Accepted patentsobtained during the
last 10 years

Indexed publications

74 Indexed publicationsobtained during the
last 10 years

Internal colaborations

  • 5 Co-publications Nº of co-publications
    in last 10 years
  • 0 Co-supervised postdoc Nº of co-supervised post-docs in the last 5 years
  • 0 Co-supervised thesis Nº of co-supervised
    thesis in last 5 years
  • 2 Joint project underway Nº of currently
    ongoing projects
  • 1 Joint projects in the past Nº of projects in last 5 years, that already finished
  • Same nat or internal network Nº of collaboration networks in last 10 years

Description

The rapidly developing field of magnetoplasmonics merges the concepts from plasmonics and magnetism to realize novel and unexpected phenomena and functionalities for the manipulation of light at the nanoscale. Owing to the intertwined optical and magneto-optical properties, magnetoplasmonics may offer a smart toolbox for actively tuneable optical ultrathin surfaces and metasurfaces.

Our Group activity focuses on the exploration of fundamental and applied aspects of nanomagnetism and nano-optics, i.e. magnetoplasmonics, including magnetic properties design and characterization, experimental characterization and modeling of optical and magnetooptical response at the nanoscale. Besides having a fundamental interest for a broader understanding and control of optics at the nanoscale, magnetoplasmonic nanoantennas and metasurfaces have already shown a clear path towards applications to variety of emerging technologies as, e.g., ultrasensitive molecular sensing and ultrathin optical devices.

Main researcher

Paolo Vavassori

Other researchers

Contact information

Tolosa Hiribidea 76
20018 Donostia-San Sebastian
Guipuzcoa

+34 943 574010

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Research center

CIC nanoGUNE

Nanomagnetism and magnetoplasmonics BC Materials Stockholm University University of Gothenburg Institut des Molécules et Matériaux du Mans International GI GI UBDX GI PV
Nonstructural collaboration / informal Joint project underway Joint projects in the past Intention to begin a joint Project Co-supervised thesis Co-publications Co-supervised postdoc Same nat or internal network Nanomagnetism and magnetoplasmonics 2D Nanophotonics BionanoplasmonicsLaboratory NanoengineeringGroup Nanooptics Theory of Nanophotonics Group
Advanced sensing and imaging techniques Portable and immediate chemical and biological sensing Security and safety for society Ageing society
Medical devices and digital health Advanced materials and processes Health Biosciences Advanced manufacturing
New optical materials Magneto-plasmonic sensing Non-linear optics Artificial materials and metamaterials Nanophotonics Photonic materials Biophotonics Material processing & synthesis Nanomaterials Integrated photonics Non-reciprocal optical devices Optical engineering Photonics devices and engineering Light harvesting Plasmonics
  • Nanomagnetims
  • Magneto-plasmonics
  • Thermo-plasmonics
  • Photonics devices and engineering
  • Integrated photonics
  • Optical engineering
  • Light harvesting
  • Non-reciprocal optical devices
  • Nanophotonics
  • Plasmonics
  • Non-linear optics
  • Artificial materials and metamaterials
  • Nanomaterials
  • Photonic materials
  • Nanomaterials
  • Artificial materials and metamaterials
  • Non-linear optics
  • Plasmonics
  • New optical materials
  • Light harvesting
  • Material processing & synthesis
  • Nanomaterials
  • Artificial materials and metamaterials
  • Non-linear optics
  • New optical materials
  • Light harvesting
  • Biophotonics
  • Magneto-plasmonic sensing

Yes

  • Rafael Morales, UPV/EHU Leioa
  • Andrey Chuvilin, CIC nanoGUNE
  • Javier Aizpurua, CFM
  • Antonio Gacia Martin, CSIC Madrid
  • Alexandre Dmitriev, Gothenborg University, Sweden
  • Health Biosciences
  • Medical devices and digital health
  • Advanced manufacturing
  • Advanced materials and processes
  • Ageing society
  • Portable and immediate chemical and biological sensing
  • Security and safety for society
  • Advanced sensing and imaging techniques