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Jerome Wenger NanoBioPhotonics

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
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Nanophotonics in the kitchen

Resonant nanophotonics + gap antenna + microwave electromagnetism + filmed by my daughter + captain Harlock soundtrack + in my kitchen = blows my mind
CMOS-compatible all-dielectric metalens for improving pixel photodetector arrays

CMOS-compatible all-dielectric metalens for improving pixel photodetector arrays

The ability to design light concentrators directly integrated on a chip is an issue in many applications of optics. Published recently in APL Photonics, we have developed a CMOS compatible metasurface lens based on the index profiles derived from the Maxwell fish-eye distribution. Based on this rational physics-driven design, we fabricate and chara
Nanoscale control of smFRET by a scanning photonic nanoantenna

Nanoscale control of smFRET by a scanning photonic nanoantenna

Förster Resonance Energy Transfer (FRET) governs energy exchanges at the nanoscale and can be used to accurately measure intra- and inter-molecular distances with sub-nm accuracy. While photonic nanoantennas have been shown to modify FRET, most of the earlier experiments lacked the ability to manipulate the distance between the antenna and the emi
Aleksandr Barulin successfully defended his PhD

Aleksandr Barulin successfully defended his PhD

After a 3-year endeavour, Aleksandr Barulin defended his PhD on Dec 4th 2020. Thesis committee: - Thomas Ebbesen, ISIS, Université de Strasbourg, France, President - Niek van Hulst, ICFO-Institut de Ciences Fotoniques, Spain, Reviewer - Christian Eggeling, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Germany, Reviewer - Hervé Rigneault, Institut Fresnel
Zero-mode waveguides can be made better with optimized rectangle shapes

Zero-mode waveguides can be made better with optimized rectangle shapes

Zero-mode waveguide metal nanoapertures are receiving a large interest owing to their ability to confine light at the nanoscale and enhance the fluorescence emission from single molecules. However, the interest for more advanced geometries beyond the vanilla circular shape remains badly understood. In a recent publication in Nanoscale Advances, int
Reproducing the Fresnel-Arago experiment to illustrate physical optics

Reproducing the Fresnel-Arago experiment to illustrate physical optics

Now published in Photoniques , the journal of the French Optical Society, international (english) edition: Is there a bright spot in the shadow of an opaque disk? Nearly 200 years ago, Augustin Fresnel and François Arago’s remarkable answer to this question validated the wave theory of light and inaugurated the modern theories of diffraction. To