The team is interested in the optical properties of nanoscale systems where quantum confinement effects are becoming prevalent. Coupling these nano-emitters to photonic structures that produce strong electromagnetic confinement allows us to revisit the light-matter interaction at a very fundamental level and to shape the light emission (and absorption) of these devices at will. The systems studied recently range from III-V semiconductor devices such as quantum well micro-cavities or quantum boxes, to nano-diamonds, carbonaceous nano-structures or 2D lamellar materials (graphene, transition metal dichalcogenides). The studies focus on the relationship between the quantum states of matter and the characteristics of emitted light, including the generation of non-classical radiation states for quantum information processing.

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