Quantum Nanophotonics Laboratory

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Description

The Quantum Nanophotonics Laboratory is led by Ikerbasque Research Professor Gabriel Molina-Terriza. We are a team of scientists endeavoruing to unveil the physics of the interactions of quantum light and matter at the nanoscale. We experiment with exotic states of light such as single photon states, entangled photons or squeezed states of light and force them to interact with very small structures. We aim to control the quantum features of nanoparticles by exploiting their interaction with light. This allows us to design more precise quantum enhanced sensors, improve information processing and above all, pierce through the frontiers of knowledge and excite our curiosity.

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Paseo de Manuel Lardizabal, 5
Donostia 20018
Guipuzcoa

943018925

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Materials Physics Center

Quantum Nanophotonics Laboratory Etienne Brasselet,LOMA Martin Lavery, University of Glasgow Peter Banzer, Max Planck Institute Joss Bland Hawthorn, University of Sidney 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 Quantum Nanophotonics Laboratory Chiral and topologicalphotonics Moving Lightand Electrons Theory of Nanophotonics Group
Sensing the environmental conditions Clean growth and clean environment Security and safety for society Security and safety for society Advanced sensing and imaging techniques New sensors for the industry Encryption technologies Advanced quality control systems Monitoring of soil, fields, livestock, machinery Agrifood and Food safety Empowering smart, efficient industry (aerospace, automotive, etc.)

 

 

 

Biosensors Environmental sensors Safe and quality food: new detection and conservation technologies Smart cities Health Biosciences Ecosystems Food Urban Habitat Advanced materials and processes Flexible, intelligent and efficient manufacturing systems Advanced manufacturing
Optical communications systems Light manipulation of matter Quantum Technologies Photonics devices and engineering Photonic materials Lasers and sources Light-matter interaction and spectroscopy Imaging &Spectrosopy Optical markers and biolabeling Nanophotonics Advanced spectroscopy and imaging techniques Artificial materials and metamaterials Non-linear optics Plasmonics Quantum optics
  • Quantum information
  • Quantum photonics
  • Quantum sensing
  • Singular optics
  • Nanophotonics
  • Scattering of light
  • Photonics devices and engineering
  • Optical communications systems
  • Nanophotonics
  • Optical markers and biolabeling
  • Plasmonics
  • Non-linear optics
  • Artificial materials and metamaterials
  • Photonic materials
  • Non-linear optics
  • Light manipulation of matter
  • Imaging & Spectrosopy
  • Advanced spectroscopy and imaging techniques
  • Light-matter interaction and spectroscopy
  • Lasers and sources
  • Light manipulation of matter
  • Quantum Technologies
  • Quantum optics
  • Artificial materials and metamaterials
  • Plasmonics
  • Quantum Technologies
  • Light manipulation of matter

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  • Juan Jose Saenz
  • Javier Aizpurua
  • Enrique Solano
  • ICFO
  • Juan Jose Garcia Ripoll
  • Health Biosciences
  • Biosensors
  • Ecosystems
  • Environmental sensors
  • Food
  • Safe and quality food: new detection and conservation technologies
  • Advanced manufacturing
  • Advanced materials and processes
  • Flexible, intelligent and efficient manufacturing systems
  • Urban Habitat
  • Smart cities
  • Clean growth and clean environment
  • Sensing the environmental conditions
  • Security and safety for society
  • Advanced sensing and imaging techniques
  • Encryption technologies
  • Agrifood and Food safety
  • Monitoring of soil, fields, livestock, machinery
  • Empowering smart, efficient industry (aerospace, automotive, etc.)
  • Advanced quality control systems
  • New sensors for the industry