Abstract

In this talk I will review the new and strongly emerging field of graphene nano-photonics. In particular, we use these remarkable nano-optical properties for inducing strong light-matter interactions and to study quantum phenomena at the level of single photons and plasmons.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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