Resonant Nanophotonics at AMOLF

Resonant Nanophotonics at AMOLF

Nanophotonics is the science of controlling the emission, propagation, scattering, amplification, switching and detection of light on nanometer length scales, much smaller than the wavelength. The Resonant Nanophotonics team at AMOLF hopes to match the length scales of light to the length scales of matter, for instance in form of single quantum emitters. We primarily work on broadband structures for strong light-matter interaction, i.e., strongly scattering plasmonic and metamaterial systems. Within this setting, we study

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[75] A. F. Koenderink, A. Alu, and A. Polman, Nanophotonics: Shrinking Light-Based Technology, Science 348, 516–521, (2015). DOI