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Paolo Biagioni

Nome: 
Paolo
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Biagioni
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Campus Milano Leonardo
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Curriculum vitae

Paolo Biagioni studied at Politecnico di Milano (Italy), where he first got his Degree in Electronic Engineering in 2003 and then his Ph.D. in Physics under the supervision of Prof. Lamberto Duò, working on linear and non-linear near-field microscopy and on the near-field properties of metal nanoparticles. He received his Ph.D. in 2007 with the dissertation "Field enhancement and confinement at optical wavelengths: nonlinear near-field microscopy and resonant metal nanoparticles". During the Ph.D., he also worked in Basel (Switzerland) by the group of Prof. Dieter Pohl and Prof. Bert Hecht, working on resonant optical antennas.

After a one-year Post Doc in Milano, in 2008 he was awarded a Humboldt Fellowship for Postdoctoral Researchers, which he spent working in the group of Prof. Bert Hecht in Würzburg (Germany) focusing on near-field polarization engineering with optical cross antennas and on the impedance description of plasmonic antenna circuits.

He has been Assistant Professor (Ricercatore) since 2010 and Associate Professor since 2014 at the Physics Department, Politecnico di Milano (Italy).

His research interests are in nano-optics and plasmonics. At present his main activities are focused on:

  • Linear and nonlinear properties of Au nanoantennas
  • Mid-infrared plasmonics and sensing with heavily-doped Ge materials
  • Subwavelength Ge resonators for  enhanced light emission at telecom wavelengths
  • Polarization control and chirality at the nanoscale
     

He is the coordinator of the FET-Open EU project GEMINI ("GErmanium Mid-Infrared plasmoNIcs for sensing") and of the PRIN project "Plasmon enhanced vibrational circular dichroism".

 


 

Selected publications (see the links at the bottom of the page for the full publication list)