Dr. Jérôme Wenger
Wenger, Ph.D. is Junior Researcher at
the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS).
Jérôme’s research interests include nano-optics, biophotonics, plasmonics, single molecules, molecular sensing, and spectroscopy.
His papers include Photonic engineering of hybrid metal-organic chromophores, Time-resolved homodyne characterization of individual quadrature-entangled pulses, Fluorescence enhancement factors on optical antennas: enlarging the experimental values without changing the antenna design, Maximal Violation of Bell Inequalities using Continuous Variables Measurements, Excitation Enhancement of a Quantum Dot Coupled to a Plasmonic Antenna, Radiative and non-radiative photokinetics alteration inside a single metallic nanometric aperture, Pulsed homodyne measurements of femtosecond squeezed pulses generated by single-pass parametric deamplification, and Pulsed squeezed vacuum characterization without homodyning.
Jérôme earned his B.S. in Optical Engineering at Ecole Supérieure d’Optique in 2001. He earned his Ph.D. in Quantum Optics at the Institut d’Optique, Université Paris XI in 2004.
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