Report of the EU project QuantumLaP was submitted!

We are happy to announce that our Marie Curie (H2020, EU) project “QuantumLaP” has now reached its maturity. The final report of the Marie Curie funding has been submitted on the 31st of October, after 2 years of great support from Marie Skolodowska Curie Actions for a total of 147,000 € over 2 years.

Since the 1st of September, main researcher of this project belongs to the
BIATRI project of Prof. Bulgakova (HiLASE Centre, Institute of Physics, Czech Republic) in the position of:

Senior Researcher in the group of Laser nanostructuring at HiLASE, Prague, Czech Republic

He is also

Visiting post-doc scientist in the group of Prof. Angel Rubio
Max Planck Institute for Structure and Dynamics of Matter, Hamburg, Germany


Visiting researcher giving lectures at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum,
Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology
in Plasmonics
Bochum, Germany

Invited talk at the Ultrasfast Optics conference, Lebedev Institute, Moscow

Nobel Prize laureates who have worked in Lebedev Institute, Moscow.

Nobel Prize laureates who have worked in Lebedev Institute, Moscow.

I was honoured to give an invited oral presentation (30 min) at the Ultrafast Optics conference held at the Lebedev Institute, Moscow. The audience at this conference was truly exceptional. The impact of the talk was excellent and the questions from the audience were very constructive. Many thanks to Prof. Uryupin and to Prof. Kudryashov for the organization.

Title of the presentation: Surface Plasmon Polaritons: their properties for different metals and the constitutive role in ultrafast laser processing.
Authors: T. J.-Y. Derrien¹, J. Bonse², Y. Levy¹, I. Gnilitskyi³, L. Orazi³, T. Mocek¹, N. M. Bulgakova¹
¹HiLASE Centre, Dolní Břežany, Institute of Physics AS CR, Za Radnici 828/5, 25241 Dolni Brezany, Czech Republic
²Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM), Unter den Eichen 44-46, 12203 Berlin, Germany
³DISMI – University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy