We investigate new and improved ways of making light interact with very small matter, particularly by designing metal and semiconductor nanostructures.
We are pushing Optics to the sub-nanometer scale by using, for example, atomically thin materials, single emitters, and tailored nanostructures. Our goal is to bridge fundamental science into nanophotonic applications in ultrasensitive biochemical sensors, new approaches to information technologies, and energy-efficient (opto)electronic devices.
Check out some of our current and recent developments on the topics of:
- 2D semiconductors for nanophotonics , including valley polarization and infrared-emitting materials.
- Chirality in nano-optics, including molecular circular dichroism and spin polarization.
- Semiconductor and metal nanoantennas, including optical antenna arrays and applications in optical metrology.
For a description of our experimental and theoretical techniques, visit Our Lab.