Dielectric nanoantennas for surface-enhanced fluorescence spectroscopy and efficient harmonic generation

Gustavo Grinblat

Imperial College London

Gustavo Grinblat completed his PhD in Physics in 2015 at the University of Buenos Aires, for which he was later awarded the "J. J. Giambiagi" prize for the best doctoral thesis in physics of the year, a national award by the Argentine Physics Association. In September 2015 he joined Prof. Stefan Maier's group at Imperial College London as a Research Associate, where he is now a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow since March 2017. His research fields of interest include plasmonics and dielectric nanophotonics, with special focus on enhanced spectroscopies and nonlinear optics.


Dielectric nanoantennas have recently emerged as promising alternative candidates to plasmonic systems in the visible range.1,2 When excited above their bandgap energies, high-refractive-index dielectric nanostructures can... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Gustavo Grinblat (Imperial College London)
  2. Yi Li (Imperial College London)
  3. Toshihiko Shibanuma (Imperial College London)
  4. Javier Cambiasso (Imperial College London)
  5. Michael Nielsen (Imperial College London)
  6. Emiliano Cortes (Imperial College London)
  7. Pablo Albella (Imperial College London)
  8. Aliaksandra Rakovich (Imperial College London)
  9. Rupert F Oulton (Imperial College London)
  10. Stefan Maier (Imperial College London)

Topic Areas

Photonic & plasmonic nanomaterials , Nonlinear nano-optics , Enhanced spectroscopy and sensing


OS3b-R207 » Enhanced spectroscopy and sensing (16:40 - Friday, 15th September, Room 207)

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