Hybrid Photonics Research Lab (HPRL)

Hybrid photonics is a new emerging research area at the interface between traditional optoelectronics and quantum technologies that spans a wide range of research areas from fundamental physics to applications of phenomena related to hybrid light-matter excitations and photon-mediated interactions of disparate material systems.

Purpose: optical study of hybrid nano-structures based on colloidal nanocrystals and organic semiconductors; integration of such materials into hybrid optoelectronic devices (light emitting diodes, LEDs, and photovoltaic cells, PVs); study of strong coupling in organic and inorganic microcavity structures; polaritonics and polariton Bose Einstein Condensates; polariton-based quantum simulators

More information about the Hybrid Polaritonics Labs activities is available below and at www.polaritonics.org. Opened positions are accessible here. We are continuously looking for highly motivated individuals at all levels of the academic rank. If you are interested in joining our team please contact Prof Pavlos Lagoudakis at .

Hybrid optoelectronics
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