Open PhD position on the ultrafast detection of single photons
Kick-off ERA-NET project on fiber-based planar antennas for biosensing and diagnostic. See related 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
A major advantage of optical probes is their ability to detect low quantities of target molecules without direct contact to the sample. Although fluorescence-based approaches are available and sufficiently sensitive, they often lack the necessary flexibility for being integrated into lab-on-a-chip systems. We focus on nanophotonics-based sensing as it promises to build on the advantages of optical sensing, while overcoming its limitations by providing a high sensitivity, specificity, dynamic range, as well as the possibility for easy integration into simple and affordable devices. Furthermore, we aim at advancing single-molecule techniques with emphasis on biosensing applications.