Laboratory of optical spectroscopy
Photonics For Quantum Technologies
The laboratory addresses light-matter interaction in semiconductor quantum nanostructures and topological materials:
Study of spin-dependent phenomena in technologically relevant materials such as SiGeSn semiconductors.
Development of opto-spintronic architectures and spin/photon interfaces for nanophotonic links of the future Quantum Internet.
Investigation of advanced light matter-interaction in novel quantum phases of matter.
It is affiliated with:
Dipartimento di Scienza dei Materiali, Via Cozzi 55, 2015 Milano (Italy)
Laboratory for nanostructure epitaxy and spintronics on silicon- L-NESS, Via Anzani 42, 22100 Como (Italy)
Fully equipped optical spectroscopy set-up for spin-resolved measurements in the NIR
UV-Triple Raman spectrometer, absorption and photocurrent apparatuses.
Optical spin orientation to address the spin dynamics in semiconductor heterostructures
Time- and polarization-resolved investigations in the NIR
Vibrational characterization of quantum structures
Magneto-optics of low dimensional semiconductors
Electronic and photonic modelling of semiconductor architectures for specific applications
Representative OA publication of our unique optical approach to quantum technologies