We are the research group of Professor Domenico Pacifici. We lead research projects involving photons and surface plasmons in nanoengineered materials and devices for information, sensing and energy-harvesting solutions.

Research interests are in the localization, generation and manipulation of light in subwavelength metallic structures, with a focus on experimental fabrication and characterization of photonic devices, including light sources, modulators, photodetectors, biochemical sensors, and solar cells.

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Domenico Pacifici
Group Leader
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Jing Feng
Graduate student

(Engineering)


Pei Liu
Graduate student

(Physics)


Patrick Flanigan
Graduate student

(Engineering)



       

 

Abigail Plummer
Undergraduate student


 


 



         

 


 


 


 


Former Group Members
 

 

Aminy Ostfeld
Undergraduate student

(now at UC Berkeley)

Alec Roelke
Undergraduate student

(now at Virginia Tech)

Natalie Serrino
Undergraduate student

(now at Intel)

Vihang Mehta
Undergraduate student

(now at Facebook)

 

 

Son Le
Graduate student

co-advised with

Prof. A. Zaslavsky

(now at NIST)

Vince Siu
Graduate student

co-advised with

Prof. T.G.R. Palmore

(now at BD)

Kaan Gunay
Undergraduate student

(now at Bracebridge

Capital, LLC)

Matthew Breuer
Undergraduate Student

(Brown/RISD/Erfurt Solar

Decathlon 2014)



     

 

Salvo Cosentino
Visiting Student

(now at U. of Catania)

Drew Morrill
Undergraduate student

(now at Max Born Institute,

Germany)