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Quantum nanostructures, Optical properties

Exciton, Photon and Spin Physics Axis


Research fields

The "Quantum Nanostructures Optical Properties (NQPO)" team, jointly with the "Spin Dynamics (SPIN)" team, develops its activity around 6 main topics:

Spin Physics Collective Quantum States Wide bandgap materials
Matériaux grand gap
2D Materials Nanophotonics and metamaterials Solid-state Quantum Technologies

Experimental Plateforms

The experimental activities of the two teams rely on advanced facilities including:

Spectroscopy down to the UV spectral range Magneto-optics

Join us

The teams offer many opportunities for internship, at all level and duration. They also offer PhD or postdoctoral positions. These offers include:

- Internship : Thermal sensing at nanoscale with a single spin qubit
- Internship : Imaging magnetism at nanoscale with a quantum magnetometer
- Internship : Identifying spin qubit defects in wide bandgap materials
- Internship : Optical thermotronics

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Latest publications

+ Electric and antiferromagnetic chiral textures at multiferroic domain walls doi link

Author(s): Chauleau J.-Y., Chirac T., Fusil S., Garcia V., Akhtar W., Tranchida J., Thibaudeau P., Gross I., Blouzon C., Finco A., Bibes M., Dkhil B., Khalyavin D., Manuel P., Jacques V., Jaouen N., Viret Michel

(Article) Published: Nature Materials, vol. p. (2019)

 
+ Probing the electric field across thylakoid membranes in cyanobacteria doi link

Author(s): Viola Stefania, Bailleul Benjamin, Yu Jianfeng, Nixon Peter, Selles J., Joliot Pierre, Wollman Francis-André

(Article) Published: Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Sciences Of The United States Of America, vol. 116 p.21900-21906 (2019)

 
+ Strongly Confined Excitons in GaN/AlN Nanostructures with Atomically Thin GaN Layers for Efficient Light Emission in Deep-Ultraviolet doi link

Author(s): Toropov A.a.(Corresp.), Evropeitsev E.a, Nestoklon M. o., Smirnov D.s., Shubina T., Kaibyshev V.kh., Budkin G.v., V. n. jmerik V.n., Nechaev D.v., Rouvimov S., Ivanov Sergey, Gil B.(Corresp.)

(Article) Published: Nano Letters, vol. p.acs.nanolett.9b03517 (2019)

 

News

D. Felbacq gave a lecture on Topological Photonics at the Summer School on Nanophotonics and Metamaterials held in St Petersburg 21-24 June 2016 (http://metalab.ifmo.ru/school/).

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