What we do

The Resonant Nanophotonics group was founded at the Center for Nanophotonics, AMOLF in February 2008. Our research focuses on:

  • Subwavelength resonators like plasmonic and metamaterial particles
  • Controlling emission, amplification  and propagation of light at nanometer length scales
  • Hybrid nanophotonics featuring plasmonic mode volumes at microcavity quality factors
  • Quantum optics with single emitters
  • Nanoscopy to quantify single nano-objects
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  • Femius Koenderink elected 2022 Optica Fellow

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  • Hugo Doeleman wint NWO Natuurkunde Proefschrift Prijs 2019

    Vandaag werd bekend gemaakt dat AMOLF/UvA promovendus Hugo Doeleman de NWO Natuurkunde Proefschrift Prijs 2019 heeft gewonnen. Doeleman promoveerde op 18 januari cum laude aan de Universiteit van Amsterdam met …

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  • Cum Laude for Hugo Doeleman

    On January 18th Hugo Doeleman defended his PhD thesis ‘Hybrid resonators for light trapping and emission control’ at the University of Amsterdam. Doeleman obtained the Cum Laude degree for his …

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  • Physicists catch light in the eye of the storm

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