Follow our updates in Google Scholar, Twitter, or RSS newsfeed

Correlated exciton fluctuations in a two-dimensional semiconductor on a metalUnder review (2020)undefined
Defect engineering in few-layer black phosphorus for tunable and photostable infrared emissionOptical Materials Express (2020) Link
Exciton-polaritons with magnetic and electric character in all-dielectric metasurfacesACS Photonics (2020) Link
Enhanced light emission by magnetic and electric resonances in dielectric metasurfacesAdvanced Optical Materials (2020) Linkundefined
Chirality in evanescent fields: conditions, limits and guidelinesSPIE Europe 2020, Conference presentation video
Anisotropic infrared light emission from quasi-1D layered TiS32D Materials (2019) Link
Conditions for enhancing chiral nanophotonics near achiral nanoparticlesACS Photonics (2019) Link
Low-temperature phase-controlled synthesis of titanium di- and tri-sulfide by atomic layer depositionChemistry of Materials (2019) Link
Preserving the emission lifetime and efficiency of a monolayer semiconductor upon transferAdvanced Optical Materials (2019) Linkundefined
Limits to strong coupling of excitons in multilayer WS2 with collective plasmonic resonancesACS Photonics (2019) Linkundefined
Confining light to the atomic scaleNature Nanotechnology (2018) Linkundefined
Optical emission near a high-impedance mirrorNature Communications (2018) Link
Silicon Mie resonators for highly directional light emission from monolayer MoS2Nature Photonics (2018) Linkundefined

Selected publications

  • Conditions for enhancing chiral nanophotonics near achiral nanoparticles, ACS Photonics
  • Confining light to the atomic scale (News and Views), Nature Nanotech.
  • Directional emission of monolayer MoS2 with Si nanoantennas, Nature Photon.
  • Broadband and polarization-sensitive black phosphorus photodetectors, Nature Nanotech.
  • Multipolar Interference for Directed Light Emission, Nano Letters
  • Multipolar radiation of quantum emitters with nanowire optical antennas, Nature Communications
  • Unidirectional emission of a quantum dot coupled to a nanoantenna, Science