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Jerome Wenger NanoBioPhotonics

NanoBioPhotonics research at Fresnel Institute Marseille: nanophotonics, biophotonics, plasmonics, single molecule, spectroscopy, optical microscopy.
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Depuis : 21/12/2006
Categorie : Technologie & Science

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Open position: contractual researcher plasmonic optical nanotweezers

Open position: contractual researcher plasmonic optical nanotweezers

We are opening a position for postdoctoral fellowship: experimental nanophotonics and plasmonic nano-optical tweezers. Read the details and apply through the CNRS institutional website: https://bit.ly/3HiobDC Position filled and no longer available. Contact Jerome Wenger for enquiries.
Single-molecule Detection of Ultrafast Biomolecular Dynamics with Nanophotonics

Single-molecule Detection of Ultrafast Biomolecular Dynamics with Nanophotonics

Proteins can feature ultrafast structural dynamics in the nanosecond timescale which are very challenging to measure using conventional techniques such as single-molecule Förster resonance energy transfer (smFRET). So far, the limited fluorescence brightness and the relatively long fluorescence lifetimes have limited the temporal resolution of smF
European Researchers Night 2021

European Researchers Night 2021

Back into direct physical format, Jerome will participate to the next "Nuit Européenne des Chercheurs" at Aix en Provence on Sept. 24th. More details and program here.
We're hiring! PhD fellowship on dynamic control in hybrid plasmonic nanopores: road to next generation multiplexed single molecule detection

We're hiring! PhD fellowship on dynamic control in hybrid plasmonic nanopores: road to next generation multiplexed single molecule detection

Within the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Doctoral Networks DYNAMO merging of 6 world-leading academic groups and 1 high tech company, we are offering one full PhD fellowship on plasmonic trapping and enhanced UV label-free single protein detection with plasmonic nanopores. See the complete details in the description enclosed below. The application websit
Single Photon Source from a Nanoantenna-Trapped Single Quantum Dot

Single Photon Source from a Nanoantenna-Trapped Single Quantum Dot

Plasmonics can be used to enhance the emission properties of single quantum nano-objects and use them as bright ultrafast single photon sources. However, plasmonic trapping single quantum objects has remained highly challenging so far. In a recent Nano Letters publication, we introduce a dedicated plasmonic nanoantenna design to trap single colloid