The NEO-lab

The Nanoscale Electro Optics lab aims to study the fundamentals of light-matter interactions at the nanoscale in order to develop the next generation of electro-optical devices. We are interested in a wide variety of applications such as: optical switches, biological and chemical detectors, ultrasmall lasers, frequency converters and solar cells.

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Research interest

Recent advances in nanotechnology grant us the opportunity to fabricate structures with features which are much smaller than optical wavelengths. As a consequence, the optical properties of these materials are no longer determined by nature, but by their building blocks and design concepts. This provides a powerful tool to control light better than ever. At the NEO Lab we are using this to explore the interaction of light and matter at the nanometer scale, in order to gain fundamental understanding of the underlying physical rules of the nano world and to develop new electro-optical devices.

 

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Contact Us

Group Leader:

Prof. Tal Ellenbogen

tellenbogen@tauex.tau.ac.il

Department of Physical Electronics 
School of Electrical Engineering 
Tel Aviv University 
Tel: 972-3-640-7372 
Fax: 972-3-642-3508


Administrative Assistant:

Nathalie Roterman

nathalier@tauex.tau.ac.il

Department of Physical Electronics 
School of Electrical Engineering 
Tel Aviv University 
Tel: 972-3-640-5223 
Fax: 972-3-642-3508