At the intersection between nanophononics and topology, groundbreaking technological advancements are on the horizon. Physicists develop strategies to confine ultra-high frequency acoustic phonons and higher harmonics supporting topological properties. Read More
Anne Rodriguez received the Optomechanics & Nanomechanics thesis award “Dylan Cattiaux” 2023, during the 8th GDR MecaQ Annual meeting at Lille.Read More
Scientists conduct groundbreaking research in the field of nanophononics: Chiral Acoustoplasmonics. This cutting-edge technology harnesses the unique properties of plasmonic nanostructures to revolutionize the way we manipulate and control light and sound at the nanoscale.
High-frequency acoustic phonons break the paradigm of “bad guys” in solid-state physics, and take the lead in revolutionizing nanotechnology.Read More
Physicists and chemists use mesoporous materials to confine ultra-high frequency acoustic phonons.
The rapidly advancing field of Nanophononics focuses on the study of hypersound, acoustic waves in the gigahertz to terahertz range, at the nanoscale. These high-frequency acoustic vibrations, also known as acoustic phonons, have the potential to revolutionize various industries, including materials science, medical imaging, data processing, and quantum technologies. Read More