Integrated Nanophotonics Group
10/2014 Anouska Partner, Jack Deare, Josh Pooley, Nathaniel Scott and Samuel Snell have started their MPhys research projects in our group.
10/2014 We welcome two new postgraduate researchers: Rebecca French will work on a joint PhD project on complex media with Sylvain Gigan at LKB-ENS in Paris; Marilena Kyriazi is involved in a collaboration with the Laboratory for Inorganic Nanoparticles and Applications on exploiting DNA and nanoparticles.
09/2014 Ultrafast dephasing and revival of a shaped wavefront using femtosecond pulsed laser excitation is possible, as shown in our publication in Light, Science & Applications.
09/2014 Our work on hotspot-mediated ultrafast control of multifrequency plasmonic antennas has appeared in Nature Communications.
05/2014 A press release of our work has been written by Nanotechweb.org.
05/2014 Our first results of the UK-France DSTL collaboration with Arnaud Arbouet on polarization conversion antennas for metasurfaces have appeared in ACS Nano.
01/2014 Martina and Yudong's work on infrared spectroscopy and molecular fingerprinting using metal oxide plasmonic antennas has appeared in Nano Letters.
11/2013 Our numerical simulation results on the integration of nanoantennas on top of silicon photonic waveguides for coherent perfect absorption have appeared in Optics Express.
10/2013 Our work on Helium ion beam milling of plasmonic nanoantennas has appeared in Nano Letters.
10/2013 MPhys research students Amy Hearst, Charlie Martin, Henry Hughes, Laura Benn, and Rebecca French have started their projects in our group.
08/2013 The complex Nanophotonics Science Camp has been a great success. The camp took place at Cumberland lodge 27-30 August and was attended by an international mix of early career researchers, keynote scientists, editors, data artists and scientific communication experts.
07/2013 Undergraduate students Rebecca French and Liam Kiessling have started their summer internship projects in our group.
05/2013 Multidisciplinary research on functional nanoparticles in angiogenesis has appeared in ACS Nano.
04/2013 Transport of light through semiconductor nanowire mats is characterised by strong correlations and mesoscopic fluctuations, see our work in Nature Photonics.
03/2013 Our work on the epsilon-near-zero response of ITO layers has been published in Applied Physics Letters.
11/2012 Our collaborative project with Andre Utgenannt, Joe Keddie and Antonios Kanaras on nanoparticle assembly in evaporative lithography has resulted in a publication in Chemical Communications.
11/2012 Our work on hyperspectral single-particle microscopy has appeared in a special issue of Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics.
10/2012 Welcome to Leo-Jay Black, Roman Bruck, Simon Gregory and Dan Traviss who have joined our group.
08/2012 Our collaboration with the group of Stephen Mann in Bristol, on the plasmonic response of metal-filled protein crystals, has resulted in a publication in Advanced Functional Materials. Press coverage: Materials Views
08/2012 Our recent work on reciprocity breaking in random media has been covered by Nature Photonics News & Views .
06/2012 An interview with Martina Abb in Scientific American for the Lindau Nobel Laureates Meeting.
06/2012 Welcome to Holly Farnham, Tom Haskins, Ben Chichester and Alexander Wilcox, who have received summer bursaries to perform cutting-edge research in our group.
06/2012 Our work on asymmetric dimer nanoantennas has appeared in ACS Nano.
05/2012 Martina Abb has received a postgraduate student award at the Symposium on Control of Light at the Nanoscale at the EMRS Spring Meeting in Strassbourg.
04/2012 Our work on ultrafast reciprocity breaking in random media has appeared in Physical Review Letters.
04/2012 Otto Muskens has been awarded a prestigious 5-year research fellowship from EPSRC on the topic 'Complex nanophotonic and plasmonic networks for ultrafast optical devices'.
03/2012 The work of Marvin Schulz and Sabine Abb on self-assembly and plasmonic response of gold nanorods and branched nanoparticles has appeared in Langmuir.
01/2012 We are continuing our research on plasmonic nanoantennas with the support of a 3-year grant from EPSRC.