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André’s preprint on Non-hermitian Optomechanics is online on arXiv!

Dissipative and dispersive optomechanics through complex modal volumes André G. Primo, Natália C. Carvalho, Cauê M. Kersul, Newton C. Frateschi, Gustavo S. Wiederhecker, Thiago P. Mayer Alegre     https://arxiv.org/abs/2006.00692

Laís paper on Dispersion engineering with Wedge resonators is published in Optics Letters!

Dispersion tailoring in wedge microcavities for Kerr comb generation L. Fujii, M. Inga, J. H. Soares, Y. A. V. Espinel, T. P. Mayer Alegre, and G. S. Wiederhecker https://doi.org/10.1364/OL.393294

Our plasmonic colors just came out in ACS Applied Nano Materials

Congratulations to Emerson and all the team! This is our first paper on plasmonics structures! Check it out at https://doi.org/10.1021/acsanm.9b02508

New paper on GaAs optomechanics just published in Optical Materials Express. Congratulations Rodrigo!

A method to fabricate GaAs microcavities using only a soft mask with an electrolithographic pattern in an inductively coupled plasma etching is presented. A careful characterization of the fabrication process pinpointing the main routes for a smooth device sidewall is discussed. Using the final recipe, optomechanical microdisk resonators are fabricated. The results show very high …

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André receives SBFOTON award for his excellent talk

Congratulations to PhD candidate André Primo! Got awarded  for his outstanding talk on  bolometric optical forces at  the SBFoton conference 2019! 

Several postdoc positions available at our group!

Please check our post-doc  Opportunities. Application deadline coming up soon in late October and early November!

2019 grants started!

We are happy to announce our recent grant applications were approved by FAPESP! These grants should ensure solid funding for the next several years. Soon we will announce available positions! Non-Classical States of Light on Chips: FAPESP Young Researcher Award  – PI Felippe Barbosa Nonlinear nanophotonics circuits: building blocks for optical frequency synthesis, filtering and signal processing : …

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Group picture – May 2019

From left to right: Newton F., Antônio V., Natalia C.,  Felippe B., Michäel M., Gustavo W., Pierre A., Marvyn I., André P., Cauê M., Caíque R., Ana Luisa, Pedro P., André M., Gustavo P., Roberto Z., Rodrigo B., Yovanny V., Carol V., David B., Thiago A.

Great research visit from Prof. Michael Menard!

It was great to host Prof. Michäel Menard for the past few months at Unicamp through his sabbatical leave! Can’t believe three months have already gone and its time for him to go back .  The picture shows that we can’t only leave of  science!