Aloyse Degiron received the PhD in physics from the University of Strasbourg, France.

In 2005 he became a postdoc at Duke University (USA) and in 2008 he was appointed assistant research professor.

In 2009 he returned to France and works at C2N as a tenured CNRS scientist ever since.

His current research interests focus on metamaterials, self-assembled nanocrystals and optoelectronics at the nanoscale.

5 publications:

[1] Q. Le-Van, X. Le Roux, A. Aassime and A. Degiron, “Electrically-driven optical metamaterials,” Nature Communications 7, 12017 (2016).

[2] R. Ghasemi, X. Le Roux, A. Lupu, A. de Lustrac and A. Degiron, “On the Nonlocal Response of Multilayer Optical Metamaterials,” ACS Photonic 2, 1129-1134 (2015).

[3] Q. Le-Van, X. Le Roux, T. V. Teperik, B. Habert, F. Marquier, J.-J. Greffet and A. Degiron, “Temperature dependence of quantum dot fluorescence assisted by plasmonic nanoantennas,” Phys. Rev. B 91, 085412 (2015).

[4] A. Degiron and D. R. Smith, “One-way glass for microwaves using nonreciprocal metamaterials,” Phys. Rev. E 89, 053203 (2014).

[5] T.V. Teperik and A. Degiron “Superradiant optical emitters coupled to an array of plasmonic nano-antennas,” Phys. Rev. Lett. 108, 147401 (2012).