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Researchers in the NP group, arranged by their research interests.

The links below group researchers by their project areas.

Active Plasmonics Researchers

Nanophotonics group members working on active plasmonics.

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Plasmon Chemistry/Sensing Researchers

Nanophotonics group members working on plasmon chemistry/sensing.

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Micro Optical Systems Researchers

Nanophotonics group members working on micro optical systems.

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Cavity Plasmonics Researchers

Nanophotonics group members working on cavity plasmonics.

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Biomimetics Researchers

Nanophotonics group members working on biomimetics.

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Active Metamaterials Researchers

Nanophotonics group members working on active metamaterials.

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Microcavities Researchers

Nanophotonics researchers working on microcavity research.

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Optical Growth Researchers

Nanophotonics group members working on optical growth.

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Optofluidics Researchers

Nanophotonics group members working on optofluidics research.

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Polymer Opals Researchers

Nanophotonics group members working on polymer opals.

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Felix Benz wins Abdus Salam prize

Nov 29, 2016

NanoPhotonics researcher Felix Benz has been awarded the prestigious Abdus Salam prize. His work utilizes the strange properties of tiny particles of gold; light is concentrated down smaller than a single atom enabling a look at individual chemical bonds inside molecules, opening up new ways to study light and matter.

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Oct 27, 2016

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