On April 26th, 2018, Ms. Tianqi Zhu defended her Thesis on the simulation of plasmonic nanocavities illuminated with focused vectorial beams at her home university in Karlsruhe KIT. She brilliantly passed, congratulations!
On July 9th, 2018, Ms. Bernadette Fernandes, exchange student from Imperial College London, defended her Thesis on the experimental study of the power dependence and stability of the Raman signal from individual plasmonic nanocavities embedding small molecules. She brilliantly passed, congratulations!
On July 19th, 2018, Mr. Nils Kipfer, EPFL student, presented his Thesis entitled “Measuring Phonon Dynamics in Diamond using Ultrafast Raman Scattering and Time-Correlated Photon Counting” to a jury composed of Prof. Lukas Novotny and myself. He brilliantly passed, congratulations!