Martin Wersäll

PhD Student, Bionanophotonics, Department of Physics

I joined the Bionanophotonics group as a Phd student in the autumn of 2013, after finnishing a bachelor degree in Engineering Physics and a master’s degree in Applied Physics at Chalmers University of Technology.
My research focus on investigating interactions and coupling effects between plasmonic nanoparticles (Au, Ag etc.) and different types of two-level systems such as J-aggregates and quantum dots.
The overall aim of my research is to manipulate spontaneous emission rates and other decoherence properties of single photon emitters to realize ultrafast quantum optics in both low- and room temperature environments.

Published: Wed 11 Apr 2018.