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Dr Francesco Papoff

Senior Lecturer



Gap enhanced fluorescence as a road map for the detection of very weakly fluorescent emitters from visible to ultraviolet
McArthur Duncan, Papoff Francesco
Scientific Reports Vol 7, (2017)
Enhancing ultraviolet spontaneous emission with a designed quantum vacuum
McArthur Duncan, Hourahine Benjamin, Papoff Francesco
AMB Express Vol 25, pp. 4162-4179, (2017)
Coherent control of plasmons in nanoparticles with nonlocal response
McArthur D., Hourahine B., Papoff F.
Optics Communications Vol 382, pp. 258-265, (2017)
Dataset on coherent control of fields and induced currents in nonlinear multiphoton processes in a nanosphere
McArthur Duncan, Hourahine Ben, Papoff Francesco
Scientific Data Vol 2, (2015)
Coherent control of radiation patterns of nonlinear multiphoton processes in nanoparticles
Papoff Francesco, McArthur Duncan, Hourahine Ben
Scientific Reports Vol 5, (2015)
Evaluation of E. M. fields and energy transport in metallic nanoparticles with near field excitation
McArthur Duncan, Hourahine Benjamin, Papoff Francesco
Physical Science International Journal Vol 4, pp. 564-575, (2014)

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Scientific Reports (Journal)
Editorial board member
Hiromi Okamoto
Institute of Physics (External organisation)
External examiner, University of Lille, France
External Examiner

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Epsrc Doctoral Training Grant | McArthur, Duncan
Papoff, Francesco (Principal Investigator) Hourahine, Benjamin (Co-investigator) McArthur, Duncan (Research Co-investigator)
Period 01-Aug-2012 - 01-Feb-2016
Oppo, Gian-Luca (Principal Investigator) Ackemann, Thorsten (Co-investigator) Firth, William (Co-investigator) Papoff, Francesco (Co-investigator)
Period 01-Apr-2005 - 30-Sep-2008
Time resolved energy transfer and localization in nanophotonic structures
Papoff, Francesco (Principal Investigator) Hourahine, Benjamin (Co-investigator)
Period 01-Mar-2012 - 28-Feb-2015
Building Global Engagements in Research
Littlejohn, David (Principal Investigator) Anaya-Lara, Olimpo (Academic) Birch, David (Academic) Booth, Campbell (Academic) Burt, Graeme (Academic) Chen, Yu (Academic) Chen, Haofeng (Academic) Fedorov, Maxim (Academic) Fletcher, Ashleigh (Academic) Gu, Erdan (Academic) Guilhabert, Benoit Jack Eloi (Academic) Hastie, Jennifer (Academic) Jaroszynski, Dino (Academic) Kockar, Ivana (Academic) Laurand, Nicolas (Academic) Macdonald, Malcolm (Academic) Mathieson, Keith (Academic) Nordon, Alison (Academic) Norman, Patrick (Academic) Oliveira, Monica (Academic) Papoff, Francesco (Academic) Sefcik, Jan (Academic) Seib, Philipp (Academic) Stack, Margaret (Academic) Stephen, Bruce (Academic) Tuttle, Christopher (Academic) Ulijn, Rein (Academic) Xiao, Qing (Academic) Yan, Xiu (Academic) Zagnoni, Michele (Academic) Dawson, Martin (Co-investigator) Florence, Alastair (Co-investigator) Graham, Duncan (Co-investigator) McArthur, Stephen (Co-investigator) Zhang, Yonghao (Co-investigator) Jones, Catherine (Researcher) McKendry, Jonathan (Researcher)
The EPSRC awarded the University of Strathclyde £499,040 to support activities where the main objective was to increase the level and number of sustainable global engagements between leading researchers at the University of Strathclyde and top researchers in the USA and Asia. The research themes selected for the programme featured internationally leading groups at Strathclyde that are well supported by the EPSRC. Each theme is headed by a recognised pioneer in their field supported by a number of associated world class researchers. The five thematic areas were: Photonics, Power & Energy, Advanced Engineering; Advanced Manufacturing, and Bionanotechnology. Strathclyde identified key international partners at various institutions in the USA and Asia with whom we wished to develop more strategic, mutually beneficial, relationships. We adopted a “best with best” approach, identifying internationally leading researchers who aligned well with several of our own EPSRC funded internationally leading experts. Existing interactions with the groups in the USA and Asia were at different stages of development so we aimed to escalate the relationship engagement levels from Tier 3 (Emergent), through Tier 2 (Developing) to Tier 1 (Strategic). The intention was to develop as many of the relationships as possible during the period of the award so that longer-term interactions could be established thereafter.
Period 01-Apr-2012 - 31-Mar-2013
Control of Laser Devices and solitons by light-induced photonic crystals
Ackemann, Thorsten (Principal Investigator) Firth, William (Co-investigator) Oppo, Gian-Luca (Co-investigator) Papoff, Francesco (Co-investigator)
Period 01-Aug-2006 - 31-Dec-2008

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