Theory of Nanophotonics Group

Researchers

12

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Accepted patents

0 Accepted patentsobtained during the
last 10 years

Indexed publications

137 Indexed publicationsobtained during the
last 10 years

Internal colaborations

  • 29 Co-publications Nº of co-publications
    in last 10 years
  • 1 Co-supervised postdoc Nº of co-supervised post-docs in the last 5 years
  • 2 Co-supervised thesis Nº of co-supervised
    thesis in last 5 years
  • 4 Joint project underway Nº of currently
    ongoing projects
  • Joint projects in the past Nº of projects in last 5 years, that already finished
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Description

The Theory of Nanophoptonics Group studies the interaction of light and matter at the nanoscale.

By adopting theoretical methods of classical Electrodynamics, Condensed Matter Physics, Quantum Chemistry, and cavity-Quantum Electrodynamics, the group describes light scattering and emission from molecules and nanoscale materials in a variety of spectroscopy and microscopy configurations.

Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering (SERS), Surface-Enhanced Infrared Absorption (SEIRA), Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy (STEM), Scanning Tunneling Microscopy (STM), or Scattering-type Near-field Optical Microscopy (s-SNOM), are examples of the configurations addressed by the group, where different quantum dynamical aspects of light-matter interaction are identified and studied.

During the last years, the main impact of this research has been in the field of optical nanoantennas and plasmonics, and more specifically, in the role of quantum effects in the optoelectronic response of metallic nanosystems and molecular entities located within those plasmonic nanocavities.

Main researcher

Javier Aizpurua

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Contact information

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Research center

Materials Physics Center

Theory of Nanophotonics Group Laboratoire Photonique, Numérique et Nanosciences (LP2N). Institut de Chimie de la Matière Condensée de Bordeaux Laboratoire Photonique, Numérique et Nanosciences (LP2N), University of Cambridge, UK University of Science and Technology of China (USTC), Hefei, Institute of Molecular Sciences ofOrsay, France 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 Theory of Nanophotonics Group BionanoplasmonicsLaboratory Chiral and topologicalphotonics Colloidal SystemsChemistry I&T PhotonicsActivities 2D Nanophotonics Nanoengineering Group Nanomagnetismand magnetoplasmonics Nanomaterials andSpectroscopy Group Nanooptics Theory of NanophotonicsGroup
Portable and immediate chemical and biological sensing Health diagnosis, therapies and surgeries Ageing society High-performance processing (classical and quantum) Data-driven economy and digital society Energy efficiency (highly efficient energy generation, lighting, etc.) Green photonics (for example organic photovoltaics, OLEDs) Clean growth and clean environment Advanced sensing and imaging techniques Security and safety for society Food manufacturing, inspection and packaging Agrifood and Food safety
Safe and quality food: new detection and conservation technologies Food Advanced materials and processes Solutions based on solar thermoelectric Energy efficiency Personalized medicine: prevention, diagnosis, treatment and monitoring Advanced manufacturing Health Biosciences Solutions based on solar thermoelectric Energy
Optical actuators and sensors Opto-electronics (lasers & detectors) Advanced spectroscopy and imaging techniques New optical materials Light manipulation of matter Photonics devices and engineering Photonic materials Light-matter interaction and spectroscopy Nanospectroscopy & nanoimaging Imaging &Spectrosopy Optical markers and biolabeling Infrared & Raman spectroscopy Nanophotonics Infrared & Raman spectroscopy Plasmonics Non-linear optics Nanomaterials Ultrafast optics Attosciences and related technologies Light-matter interaction and spectroscopy Laser processing Quantum Technologies Lasers and sources Quantum optics Optical medical devices Biophotonics
  • Nanophotonics
  • Plasmonics
  • Light-matter interaction
  • Photonics devices and engineering
  • Opto-electronics (lasers & detectors)
  • Advanced spectroscopy and imaging techniques
  • Optical actuators and sensors
  • Nanophotonics
  • Optical markers and biolabeling
  • Opto-electronics (lasers & detectors)
  • Plasmonics
  • Non-linear optics
  • Nanomaterials
  • Photonic materials
  • Nanomaterials
  • Non-linear optics
  • Plasmonics
  • New optical materials
  • Light manipulation of matter
  • Infrared & Raman spectroscopy
  • Imaging & Spectrosopy
  • Advanced spectroscopy and imaging techniques
  • Infrared & Raman spectroscopy
  • Light-matter interaction and spectroscopy
  • Nonlinear and superresolution microscopy
  • Nanospectroscopy & nanoimaging
  • Lasers and sources
  • Light manipulation of matter
  • Attosciences and related technologies
  • Quantum Technologies
  • Ultrafast optics
  • Light-matter interaction and spectroscopy
  • Quantum optics
  • Nanomaterials
  • Plasmonics
  • Quantum Technologies
  • Attosciences and related technologies
  • Light manipulation of matter
  • Biophotonics
  • Optical markers and biolabeling
  • Nanospectroscopy and nanoimaging
  • Optical medical devices
  • Nanooptics Laboratory in nanoGUNE (Rainer Hillenbrand)
  • Nanomaterials and Spectroscopy Group (Yury Rakovich)
  • Quantum Nanophotonics Laboratory (Gabriel Molina-Terriza)
  • Nanophotonics Center at University of Cambridge, UK
  • University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei
  • Institut des Sciences Moléculaires d’Orsay, Université Paris-Saclay/CNRS , France
  • National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), USA
  • Institut de Physique et Chimie des Matériaux de Strasbourg (IPCMS), France
  • Department of Physics and Materials Science, University of Luxembourg
  • Energy
  • Solutions based on solar thermoelectric
  • Health Biosciences
  • Medical devices and digital health
  • Personalized medicine: prevention, diagnosis, treatment and monitoring
  • Food
  • Safe and quality food: new detection and conservation technologies
  • Advanced manufacturing
  • Advanced materials and processes
  • Energy efficiency
  • Ageing society
  • Portable and immediate chemical and biological sensing
  • Health diagnosis, therapies and surgeries
  • Data-driven economy and digital society
  • High-performance processing (classical and quantum)
  • Clean growth and clean environment
  • Energy efficiency (highly efficient energy generation, lighting, etc.)
  • Green photonics (for example organic photovoltaics, OLEDs)
  • Security and safety for society
  • Advanced sensing and imaging techniques
  • Agrifood and Food safety
  • Food manufacturing, inspection and packaging