Towards nano-sensing using the acoustic vibrations of nano-objects

Jérémie Margueritat

Institut Lumière Matière CNRS-Université Lyon1

Jérémie Margueritat got his PhD on the optical and vibrational properties of nanostructures in 2008 in Madrid (Spain). After 3 years of post-docs on surface enhanced Raman scattering in Dijon and Paris (France), he is now CNRS researcher at the « Institut Lumière Matière », in Villeurbanne since 2011. He is working in the field of nanomaterials characterization using optical spectroscopy techniques, and more particularly using low frequency Raman and Brillouin scattering. 


One of the technological challenges of these last years is the development highly efficient nano-sensing device, to determine for example the size, the mass, or even the presence or not of a given molecule. An interesting... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Jérémie Margueritat (Institut Lumière Matière CNRS-Université Lyon1)
  2. Adrien Girard (Institut Lumière Matière CNRS-Université Lyon1)
  3. Hélène Gehan (Institut Lumière Matière CNRS-Université Lyon1)
  4. Aurélien Crut (Institut Lumière Matière CNRS-Université Lyon1)
  5. Lucien Saviot (Laboratoire Interdisciplinaire Carnot de Bourgogne CNRS-Université de Bourgogne)
  6. Benoît Dubertret (Laboratoire de Physique et d'Etudes de Matériaux CNRS-Université Pierre er Marie Curie-ESPCI)
  7. Alain Mermet (Institut Lumière Matière CNRS-Université Lyon1)

Topic Areas

Optical properties of nanostructures , Strong light-matter interaction at the nanoscale


OS2-101b » Strong light-matter interaction at the nanoscale (16:30 - Thursday, 8th December, Tower 24 - Room 101)

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