The Laboratory for Nano-Optics deeply regrets the tragic accident and the death of Dr. Dmitry Fedyanin. We express our sincere condolences to Dmitry's family and friends. Dmitry was a recipient of a Walter Benjamin Position of the DFG on “Pulsed electrically driven single-photon sources on diamond” and since July 2023 he has been a research associate in our group. We have been collaborating since almost a decade on the electroluminescence from color centers in diamond. We mourn the loss of a good friend and of a talented young scientist.
Group member Navid Soltani obtains the PhD in Physics. Congratulations!
Our book chapter on ultrafast single-photon detection published in Advances in Nonlinear Photonics.
Our latest work on ODMR published in Adv. Quantum Technol.
Join the celebrations for the 50th birthday of the University of Siegen. Check out the program Offene Uni.
Group member Lukas Hunold receives the student prize of the Kreis Olpe for his master thesis. Congratulations Lukas!
Our latest work on biosensing with planar antennas published in Biomed. Opt. Express
Check out the Adv. Photonics Theme Issue on Photonics Advances Quantum Science and Technologies
Our article on scalable SiV creation by ion implantation on the front cover of the December Issue of Adv. Quantum Technol.
Check out the JOSA B Feature Issue on Light-Matter Interaction in Complex Photonics Systems
Our latest work on planar antennas published in JOSA B
Our review on silicon-vacancy centers in diamond published in Frontiers in Physics
Exp. Methods in Quantum and Nano Optics
Where: University of Siegen, EN Campus, Lecture: Room EN D-120, EN B-030, Training: Room EN D-120
When: Summer Term 2022, Lecture: Mo. 16:00 - 18:00, Training: We. 8:00 - 10:00
Lecturers: Christof Wunderlich, Ivan Boldin, Assegid Flatae
Assistants: Assegid Flatae, Florian Sledz
Literature: Lecture notes and slides
Topics: Instrumentation in nano and quantum optics: basic principles and hands-on training
Contents: Detection and readout of quantum emitters, photo-detectors (e.g., APDs), time-correlated single-photon counting (TCSPC), lifetime measurements and data processing, fluorescence lifetime imaging, fundamentals of scientific camera and image sensors technology, atomic force microscopy, optical microscopy (brightfield, darkfield, phase contrast, polarization contrast, differential interference contrast (DIC) and fluorescence microscopy), diode lasers and laser stabilization, vacuum technology
LECTURE AND EXERCISES IN PRESENCE: https://www.uni-siegen.de/corona/
Oral Exam: New dates in UNISONO.
Exercises and solutions are available in the Moodle Course "Exp. Methods in Quantum and Nano Optics": moodle.uni-siegen.de