Below are a few articles that I recently selected for the OMNT.
“Video-Rate Molecular Imaging in Vivo with Stimulated Raman Scattering” ; Brian G. Saar,
Christian W. Freudiger, Jay Reichman, C. Michael Stanley, Gary R. Holtom, X. Sunney Xie, Science 330, 1368 (2010).
“Imaging Individual Proteins and Nanodomains on Intact Cell Membranes with a Probe-Based Optical Antenna”, Thomas S. van Zanten, Maria J. Lopez-Bosque, and Maria F. Garcia-Parajo, Small 6, 270-275 (2010).
“Plasmon nano-optical tweezers” ; Mathieu Juan, Maurizio Righini, Romain Quidant, Nature Photonics 5, 349 (2011).
Remember that the different OMNT publications are freely available to any researcher working in a CNRS or CEA connected laboratory (UMR, UPR...).
The international journal of optics features a special issue focusing on optical antennas. Read the call for papers here. According to the lead guest editor, already twelve articles are scheduled from major research groups. Deadline for papers 1st september.
The deadline is approaching: before May 30th. Don't miss this opportunity!
Key arguments for your supervisor: excellent quality of invited lecturers + excellent value for the money, the registration fees cover all accomodation & food living expenses.
Our recent research results on single molecule fluorescence control with nanoantennas have just been highlighted in the April issue of CNRS Le Journal, the monthly magazine presenting the most recent scientific results obtained within the CNRS. See the article on our research on page 13 : "Very Bright Molecules".
Only one week left until the application deadline !
The Fresnel Institute is seeking a top qualified researcher to fill an assistant professor (Maitre de Conference in French) position. The research topic will primarily deal with theoretical simulations of nanophotonics. Read the full details here, and the official announcement here.