Welcome to the Vectorial Nano-imaging Lab!

Realizing planar optical devices for on-demand applications
The Vnano Lab led by Dr. Antonio Ambrosio started its activity at the Center for Nanoscience and Technology of IIT Milan in September 2019. Our research is dedicated to the development of optical nanodevices based on metasurfaces and novel near-field optical imaging and spectroscopy techniques for 2D materials, polymers and nanostructured surfaces

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RT @vynisle: Carsten Ronning from @UniJena at @fisipolimi @polimi showing us his amazing expertise in ion doping of nanomaterials towards a…

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RT @vynisle: @deangeliscda from @unibs_official @CNR_INO speaking about nonlinearity and tunability of nano and metaoptics at @IITalk Milan…

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Privileged to get the chance to have a close look at this sheet from Leonardo's Atlantic code here in Milano. This is how Leonardo da Vinci was describing light diffraction around 1500. You can clear read (using a mirror) Leonardo's notes. Sorry, the document is in Italian!😉

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This project has received funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (Grant agreement No. 817794).

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