ANR Blanc - Sciences de l'information, de la matière et de l'ingénierie : Nanosciences
Triangle de la Physique - PhD co-funding 2014
January 2014 - June 2017
PhD Student, CEA and Triangle de la Physique :
In recent years, driven by the fast development of nanophotonics, the physics and applications of plasmonic waves interacting with quantum emitters became a hot topic. In particular, the coupling between a highly confined plasmonic waveguide and an optically active medium, such as an organic-dye assembly, attracted much attention, in particular in the context of lasing based on a plasmonic cavity (SPASER).
The research project is based on several recent advances in nanoscience and nanotechnology which project partners contributed directly::
SAMPLE is an exploratory multidisciplinary project which consists in the first realization and optical characterization of self-assembled arrays of dyes strongly coupled to a short-range plasmonic waveguide or resonator.