nanophotonics

Nanophotonics

RESEARCH

DEPARTMENTS
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DESCRIPTION

Photonics technologies can be used to improve our understanding of live at the molecular scale and to develop innovative and sustainable technologies for a safe, healthy and energy efficient society.

The Nanophotonics department at INL performs cutting-edge research and development in the area of photonics: the science of generation, manipulation, and detection of light. We are an interdisciplinary research team working in the fields of non-invasive photonics-based spectroscopy and imaging technologies for materials science, (molecular) biology and nanomedicine whilst reaching optical super-resolution and deep tissue imaging regimes; we employ and develop nanostructured materials with engineered light-matter properties creating innovation potentials in technologies ranging from (bio-)sensing, LEDs, solar cells to quantum sensing and information technologies. Furthermore, we explore nonlinear photonics techniques to fabricate 3D micro- and nanostructured materials, such as photonic crystals; implants and microfluidic devices.nanophotonics

Our state-of-the-art Nanophotonics flagship facility provides commercial and unique INL in-house developed advanced optical spectroscopy and (bio-)imaging technologies (linear, dynamic, nonlinear spectroscopies, advanced fluorescence-based confocal and super resolution imaging technologies, combined microscopies etc.) and is open-access*.

* For further information please contact: nanophotonics@inl.int

RESEARCH GROUP

In the nanomedicine research area the “Ultrafast Bio- and Nanophotonics” group is devoted to the study of smart drug delivery systems and other innovative nanomaterials using advanced uorescence and nonlinear spectroscopy and using and developing new imaging techniques. Besides using more established super-resolution microscopy techniques one of our main focus is to develop new superresolution techniques.
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Our femtosecond laser sources can be used for lased based micro-nanofabrication, e.g. of plasmonic nanostructures or biomimetic models and a multi-photon microscope is devel- oped for teh study of nonlinear effects in nanopartcles, as well as, for deep tissue imaging purposes.

View Ultrafast Bio- and Nanobiophotonics Group

For more information on our group activities please contact  Jana B. Nieder.

HEAD OF DEPARTMENT

jananieder

Nanophotonics Flagship Facility provides a comprehensive set of high-end commercial solutions for imaging and optical spectroscopy suited for the characterization of biological samples and the characterization of new materials.

DESCRIPTION

Photonics technologies can be used to improve our understanding of live at the molecular scale and to develop innovative and sustainable technologies for a safe, healthy and energy efficient society.

The Nanophotonics department at INL performs cutting-edge research and development in the area of photonics: the science of generation, manipulation, and detection of light. We are an interdisciplinary research team working in the fields of non-invasive photonics-based spectroscopy and imaging technologies for materials science, (molecular) biology and nanomedicine whilst reaching optical super-resolution and deep tissue imaging regimes; we employ and develop nanostructured materials with engineered light-matter properties creating innovation potentials in technologies ranging from (bio-)sensing, LEDs, solar cells to quantum sensing and information technologies. Furthermore, we explore nonlinear photonics techniques to fabricate 3D micro- and nanostructured materials, such as photonic crystals; implants and microfluidic devices.nanophotonics

Our state-of-the-art Nanophotonics flagship facility provides commercial and unique INL in-house developed advanced optical spectroscopy and (bio-)imaging technologies (linear, dynamic, nonlinear spectroscopies, advanced fluorescence-based confocal and super resolution imaging technologies, combined microscopies etc.) and is open-access*.

* For further information please contact: nanophotonics@inl.int

RESEARCH GROUPS

In the nanomedicine research area the “Ultrafast Bio- and Nanophotonics” group is devoted to the study of smart drug delivery systems and other innovative nanomaterials using advanced uorescence and nonlinear spectroscopy and using and developing new imaging techniques. Besides using more established super-resolution microscopy techniques one of our main focus is to develop new superresolution techniques.
ultrafast-bio-and-nanobiophotonics
Our femtosecond laser sources can be used for lased based micro-nanofabrication, e.g. of plasmonic nanostructures or biomimetic models and a multi-photon microscope is devel- oped for teh study of nonlinear effects in nanopartcles, as well as, for deep tissue imaging purposes.

View Ultrafast Bio- and Nanobiophotonics Group

For more information on our group activities please contact  Jana B. Nieder.

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HEAD OF DEPARTMENT

jananieder

Jana Neider

jana.nieder@inl.int
tel. +351 253 140 112

Nanophotonics Flagship Facility provides a comprehensive set of high-end commercial solutions for imaging and optical spectroscopy suited for the characterization of biological samples and the characterization of new materials.

RESEARCH

DEPARTMENTS
Nanoeng
Lifescience
quandmat
Nanophotonics
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Microand