Hybrid photonic-plasmonic devices for enhanced sensitivity biosensors

Lucia Fornasari

University of Pavia, Plasmore S.r.l.

Lucia Fornasari received the Ph.D in physics from the University of Milan (Italy) in2010. From 2011, she was Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Department of Physics of the University of Pavia (Italy) working on nanostructured plasmonic structures for biosensing application. In the same period she started a collaboration with Plasmore s.r.l., a joint spin-off of the University of Pavia and of the JRC of Ispra. Her research interest regards the study of photonic, plasmonic and meta-structures through optical spectroscopy techniques. She is currently employed in Plasmore and she is responsible of the optical modeling and characterization of the plasmonic surfaces.

Abstract

Introduction. Hybrid plasmonic-photonic systems attract the attention of the scientific community due to their ability in modifying the light behaviour and the electric field distribution. The study of this type of system... [ view full abstract ]

Authors

  1. Lucia Fornasari (University of Pavia, Plasmore S.r.l.)
  2. Paola Pellacani (Plasmore S.r.l.)
  3. Miguel Manso (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid)
  4. Chloe Rodriguez (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid)
  5. Vicente Torres-costa (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid)
  6. Franco Marabelli (University of Pavia)

Topic Area

Photonic & plasmonic nanomaterials

Session

OS2b-A » Photonic & plasmonic nanomaterials (16:50 - Tuesday, 2nd October, AUDITORIUM)

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