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Post-Doc position in Nano-Sensing. Application deadline March 8. Please find more details in the call.

Our new PhD student Haritha received a PhD Fellowship from the House of Young Talents. Congratulations! 

High-quality plasmonic nanocones having tips with single-digit radius of curvature can be reproducibly fabricated. See related article. 

A flat optical nanoantenna capable of beaming light emitted by a single molecule has been studied theoretically and experimentally. See related article.

Our work on ultrabright single-photon source on diamond with electrical pumping at room and high temperatures published in New Journal of Physics

Diamond-based light sources will lay a foundation for quantum communications of the future, MIPT Press Release (05.08.16)

Our work on planar directional antennas has been recently presented at CLEO:QELS 2016

Nano-Optics Seminar


Accuracy of TCSPC-based fluorescence lifetime data and its dependence on number of detected photons  

Sara Rahmati, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany 

Towards a quantum advantage with photonics  
Jelmer Renema, Oxford University, United Kingdom


Whispering-gallery mode shifts with dielectric materials in the evanescent field of a resonator 
Navid Soltani, Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light, Germany

Quadrature-squeezed light generation from single emitters mediated by optical nanostructures
Diego Martin-Cano, Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light, Germany

Theoretical explorations of nonclassical effects of plasmonics in metallic nanostructures
Wei Yan, Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Denmark

Ion beam and laser-assisted microfabrication in diamond
Stefano Lagomarsino, University of Florence and INFN, Italy

Polaritonic Modes in a dense cloud of atoms
Nick Schilder, Institut d'Optique, Paris, France


Adaptive magnetometry with single spins in diamond
Cristian Bonato, Technical University of Delft, Netherlands

Tailored wettability surfaces: sensing – templates – biological scaffolds and 3D nanostructures for photonic / plasmonic applications
Ermanno Miele, Case Western Reserve University, USA

THz time-domain spectroscopy for studies of Renaissance artworks
Jordanka Tasseva, European Laboratory for Nonlinear Spectroscopy (LENS), Italy

A full characterization of light-harvesting pigment excited-state dynamics by ultrafast electronic and vibrational spectroscopies
Elena Ragnoni, European Laboratory for Nonlinear Spectroscopy (LENS), Italy

Electrical detection of DNA
Arpita De, TU Munich, Germany

Quantum emitters in polymeric micro-resonators
Assegid M. Flatae, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

Coercing homonuclear alkali dimmers into heavy Rydbergs
Marco Ascoli, University of Connecticut, USA

Plasmonic cavities for single quantum-dot emission control
Arunandan Kumar, CNRS, France