Silver Nanoparticle Films with Highly Tunable Plasmon Properties: Tuning the Plasmon Resonance Band for X-Ray Detection

Eder Guidelli

Universidade de São Paulo

Ph.D in Physics Applied to Medicine and Biology and BSc. degree in Medical Physics (2009) both by the University of São Paulo. My research is focused on the application of Nanotechnology in Medical Physics. I developed part of my Ph.D thesis at Harvard University to produce nano-structured materials metal-semiconducting core-shell nanoparticles for application as ionizing radiation detectors. In 2016-2017 I held a post-doctoral position in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, working with microfluidic technology for controlled production of quantum-dots. Currently, I have a Professorship at the Physics Department - FFCLRP- University of Sao Paulo.


Plasmon-enhanced luminescence is a powerful approach for enhancing many sensing technologies but appropriate tuning of the plasmon band with the excitation and/or emission band of the luminescent species remains a... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Eder Guidelli (Universidade de São Paulo)
  2. David Clarke (Harvard University)
  3. Oswaldo Baffa (Universidade de São Paulo)

Topic Areas

Photonic & plasmonic nanomaterials , Enhanced spectroscopy and sensing , Optical sensing from solid state to bio-medicine


OS2a-A » Enhanced spectroscopy and sensing (14:30 - Tuesday, 2nd October, AUDITORIUM)

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