Our lab specializes in nanophotonic structures made of bulk and atomically thin semiconductors.
Our main techniques are:
- Confocal fluorescence microscopy and spectroscopy, covering the visible, near infrared, and mid-infrared.
- Hyperspectral imaging (fluorescence, Raman, reflection, transmission).
- Fluorescence lifetime and photon correlation measurements.
- Polarization-resolved fluorescence, with linear or circular polarization.
- Back focal plane imaging with polarization resolution for acquiring angular radiation patterns.
- Fluorescence excitation spectroscopy with a continuous-wave optical parametric oscillator.
- Low-temperature optical measurements with an optical microscopy cryostat.
- Modelling of the optical response of nanophotonic structures with 3D Maxwell’s equation solvers, Mie theory, multipolar expansions, and other (semi-)analytical methods.