Plasmon-exciton coupling evolution by dynamic molecular aggregation

Francesco Todisco

CNR Nanotec

Francesco Todisco is a junior post-doc in the Advanced Photonics Labs at the Institute of Nanotechnology of the Italian National Research Council in Lecce. He receives a PhD in Physics from the University of Salento in 2016, studying light-matter interactions in nanoplasmonic systems, under the supervision of prof. Daniele Sanvitto. His research interests span from chiral metamaterials to plasmonics and the active control of emitters in hybrid plasmonic systems. Francesco is looking forward to start a new postdoc experience at the end of this year, somewhere in the world.

Abstract

Introduction The coupling of localized surface plasmons and excitons in semiconductor materials is an extremely powerful strategy to mould the properties of metal nanoparticles and nanoemitters. In fact, when the coupling... [ view full abstract ]

Authors

  1. Francesco Todisco (CNR Nanotec)
  2. Milena De Giorgi (CNR Nanotec)
  3. Marco Esposito (CNR Nanotec)
  4. Luisa De Marco (CNR Nanotec)
  5. Alessandra Zizzari (CNR Nanotec)
  6. Monica Bianco (CNR Nanotec)
  7. Lorenzo Dominici (CNR Nanotec)
  8. Dario Ballarini (CNR Nanotec)
  9. Valentina Arima (CNR Nanotec)
  10. Giuseppe Gigli (CNR Nanotec)
  11. Daniele Sanvitto (CNR Nanotec)

Topic Areas

Photonic & plasmonic nanomaterials , Optical properties of nanostructures , Strong light-matter interactions at the nanoscale

Session

OS2b-A » Optical properties, photonic & plasmonic nanomaterials (16:50 - Thursday, 14th September, Auditorium)

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