The PhD thesis will focus on the optical properties of chiral hybrid assemblies of metallic nanowires/nanorods and molecular fluorescent emitters. We will make use of the high versatility of GIS combined to LbL to investigate the tight relationship between the thin film design and the resulting optical properties. Polarized UV-Vis-NIR spectroscopy,  polarized fluorescence and circular dichroism will be used to investigate the effect of the thin film structure on the resulting macroscopic properties. More advanced spectroscopic and polarimetric studies (ellipsometry and Mueller Matrix Polarimetry) will be performed on selected samples. The properties will be modeled by transfer matrices and FDTD simulations.

Publié le 23/02/2021