Grégory Barbillon

Grégory Barbillon completed his PhD in Physics (2007) with greatest distinction at the University of Technology of Troyes (France). Then, he obtained his Habilitation (HDR) in Physics (2013) at the University of Paris Sud (Orsay, France). From September 2017, he is Professor of Physics at the faculty of Engineering: EPF - Ecole d Ingénieurs (Sceaux, France). His research interests are focused on Plasmonics, Nano-Optics, Non-Linear Optics, Nanophotonics, Condensed Matter Physics, Optical Sensing, Biosensing, Nanotechnology, Surface Enhanced Spectroscopies, Sum Frequency Generation Spectroscopy, Materials Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Fluorescence.

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Nanoplasmonics is a young topic of research, which is part of nanophotonics and nano-optics. Nanoplasmonics concerns to the investigation of electron oscillations in metallic nanostructures and nanoparticles. Surface plasmons have optical properties, which are very interesting. For instance, surface plasmons have the unique capacity to confine light at the nanoscale. Moreover, surface plasmons are very sensitive to the surrounding medium and the properties of the materials on which they propagate. In addition to the above, the surface plasmon resonances can be controlled by adjusting the size, shape, periodicity, and materials' nature. All these optical properties can enable a great number of applications, such as biosensors, optical modulators, photodetectors, and photovoltaic devices. This book is intended for a broad audience and provides an overview of some of the fundamental knowledges and applications of nanoplasmonics.

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