NanOOptics & Spectroscopy (NOOS)
The NOOS team focus on three main activities:
- Nanographene light sources: We study the electronic and optical properties of nano-graphene objects (quantum dots and ribbons) with perfectly controlled structures by chemistry. We are interested in tailoring their quantum properties and integrating these objects with other 2D materials.
- Hybrid perovskites: We investigate the optical properties of colloidal nanoparticles and defects of hybrid perovskites.
- Optical levitation of nanoparticles: We take advantage of the excellent decoupling to the environment provided by optical levitation for fundamental studies of quantum macroscopic effects, and nanothermodynamics and for developing innovative sensors.
Figure : Optical levitation of nanoparticles in vaccum. A high-power laser beam is focussed by an objective (left) and traps a silica particle (bright red spot) at its focus (Damien Raynal, 2022).
Responsable de l’équipe : Jean-Sébastien Lauret
Membres permanents :
- Emmanuelle Deleporte
- Jean-Sébastien Lauret
- Loïc Rondin
Laboratoire Lumière Matière et Interfaces (LuMIn), UMR9024