Industrial Photonics

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The research activity in the field on nonlinear optics at the University of Pavia has been devoted for several years to the investigation and characterization of novel materials. Currently the focus is on three-dimensional perowskite supercrystals featuring giant optical refraction. The peculiar crystalline structure allows for ultrawide bandwidth nonlinear optical processes. More recently a new field of research has been devoted to nonlinear microscopy. Particularly, novel configurations of line-scanning two-photon microscopes have been proposed and experimentally tested.
  • L. Falsi et al., “Constraint-free wavelength conversion supported by giant optical refraction in a 3D
    perovskite supercrystal”, Communications Materials, 2020.
  • J. Parravicini et al., “Practical two-photon-absorption cross sections and spectra of eosin and
    hematoxylin”, Journal of Biophotonics, 2020.
  • E. Hasani, “Measurement of two-photon-absorption spectra through nonlinear fluorescence
    produced by a line-shaped excitation beam”, Journal of Microscopy, 2018.