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The control of the interaction between light and matter is of paramount importance in many modern technologies, with applications ranging from sensing to telecommunication and quantum information. Nanophotonic resonators allow to enhance this interaction by the storage and confinement of the light field. Kévin Cognée studies the hybridization of eigenmodes of nano- and microresonators, and in particular the properties of hybrid resonators composed of a dielectric cavity and plasmonic nanoantennas.

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Date 28 January 2020
Time 10:00 - 11:00
Location Agnietenkapel

K.G.G. Cognée: Hybridization of Open Photonic Resonators.


Prof. A.F. Koenderink

Dr P. Lalanne (Université de Bordeaux/CNRS)


This event is open to the public.


Oudezijds Voorburgwal 229 - 231
1012 EZ Amsterdam

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