Research interests in our research group

The group studies nanoelectronics and -plasmonics/-photonics,
concentrating on phenomena related to molecules. One of the main interests, on which the group has a long experience, is self-assembled DNA structures. The main focus is on DNA origami structures; their modifications and utilization in nanofabrication of electrical and optical/plasmonic nanodevices. Another main interest is the coupling between surface plasmons or cavity photons and molecules, especially in a strong coupling limit. This limit brings about hybrid plasmon-molecule -states possessing new fundamental properties. For example, it enables totally new ways for controlling chemistry. Other topics studied are molecular level mechanisms and properties of fluorescent proteins, enhancing their fluorescence for bioimaging by plasmonics, and utilization of plasmonics for solar energy, as well as plasmonic/optical properties of graphene and conducting polymers.

Selected publications

Publication 1

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Publication 2

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Publication 3

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