Giorgio Volpe
Giorgio Volpe
Department of Chemistry, University College London, United Kingdom
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Active particles in complex and crowded environments
C Bechinger, R Di Leonardo, H Lowen, C Reichhardt, G Volpe
Rev. Mod. Phys., 2016
Unidirectional emission of a quantum dot coupled to a nanoantenna
AG Curto, G Volpe, TH Taminiau, MP Kreuzer, R Quidant, NF van Hulst
Science 329 (5994), 930-933, 2010
Active Brownian motion tunable by light
I Buttinoni, G Volpe, F Kümmel, G Volpe, C Bechinger
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 24 (28), 284129, 2012
Simulation of a Brownian particle in an optical trap
G Volpe, G Volpe
American Journal of Physics 81 (3), 224-230, 2013
Chemotactic synthetic vesicles: Design and applications in blood-brain barrier crossing
A Joseph, C Contini, D Cecchin, S Nyberg, L Ruiz-Perez, J Gaitzsch, ...
Science Advances 3 (8), e1700362, 2017
Simulation of the active Brownian motion of a microswimmer
G Volpe, S Gigan, G Volpe
American Journal of Physics 82 (7), 659-664, 2014
Enhancing the Nonlinear Optical Response Using Multifrequency Gold-Nanowire Antennas
H Harutyunyan, G Volpe, R Quidant, L Novotny
Physical Review Letters 108 (21), 217403, 2012
Multipolar radiation of quantum emitters with nanowire optical antennas
AG Curto, TH Taminiau, G Volpe, MP Kreuzer, R Quidant, NF van Hulst
Nature Communications 4, 1750, 2013
Spatiotemporal coherent control of light through a multiple scattering medium with the multispectral transmission matrix
M Mounaix, D Andreoli, H Defienne, G Volpe, O Katz, S Grésillon, S Gigan
Physical review letters 116 (25), 253901, 2016
Controlling the optical near field of nanoantennas with spatial phase-shaped beams
G Volpe, S Cherukulappurath, R Juanola Parramon, G Molina-Terriza, ...
Nano letters 9 (10), 3608-3611, 2009
Deterministic control of broadband light through a multiply scattering medium via the multispectral transmission matrix
D Andreoli, G Volpe, S Popoff, O Katz, S Grésillon, S Gigan
Scientific reports 5, 2015
Brownian Motion in a Speckle Light Field: Tunable Anomalous Diffusion and Selective Optical Manipulation
G Volpe, G Volpe, S Gigan
Scientific Reports 4, 2014
Objective comparison of methods to decode anomalous diffusion
G Muñoz-Gil, G Volpe, MA Garcia-March, E Aghion, A Argun, CB Hong, ...
Nature communications 12 (1), 6253, 2021
Fractal plasmonics: subdiffraction focusing and broadband spectral response by a Sierpinski nanocarpet
G Volpe, G Volpe, R Quidant
Optics Express 19 (4), 3612-3618, 2011
Brownian motion in a nonhomogeneous force field and photonic force microscope
G Volpe, G Volpe, D Petrov
Physical Review E 76 (6), 061118, 2007
Perspective on light-induced transport of particles: from optical forces to phoretic motion
P Zemánek, G Volpe, A Jonáš, O Brzobohatý
Advances in Optics and Photonics 11 (3), 577-678, 2019
Speckle optical tweezers: micromanipulation with random light fields
G Volpe, L Kurz, A Callegari, G Volpe, S Gigan
Optics express 22 (15), 18159-18167, 2014
Disorder-mediated crowd control in an active matter system
E Pinçe, SKP Velu, A Callegari, P Elahi, S Gigan, G Volpe, G Volpe
Nature communications 7, 10907, 2016
Step-by-step guide to the realization of advanced optical tweezers
G Pesce, G Volpe, OM Maragó, PH Jones, S Gigan, A Sasso, G Volpe
JOSA B 32 (5), B84-B98, 2015
Quantitative assessment of non-conservative radiation forces in an optical trap
G Pesce, G Volpe, AC De Luca, G Rusciano, G Volpe
Europhysics Letters 86 (3), 38002, 2009
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