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
The quantum nature of light has gained much interest for its technological prospects in quantum information, communication, sensing and metrology. We combine quantum optics with nano-optics to advance our understanding of light-matter interaction in such context and to push the development of these emerging technologies. We are particularly interested in coupling novel quantum emitters to nanoscale resonators and in investigating such hybrid systems using ultrafast techniques that may allow us to explore quantum phenomena in the presence of strong decoherence.