July 29, 2019

Congratulations to Alba, Ana, and Lucas for their top marks in the degree projects, we wish you the best in your new challenges. Good luck, we will miss you!!

July 29, 2019

Our Lab has contributed in a recent work published in Nature Communications where Au antennas are used to efficiently launch polaritons in h-BN. A nice summary can be read here:


July 29, 2019

Congratulations to Javier Taboada for the prize obtained for his poster in the doctoral courses at the University of Oviedo. He will be representing our Lab in the National contest!

January 25, 2019

Congratulations to Dr. Alexey Nikitin and his team for the recent paper published in Nature Communications with our participation.


December 20, 2018

Congratulations to Dr. Javier Martín-Sánchez for his recent publication on the active tuning of single photon emitters for injection in in-plane optical waveguides. The work has recently been published in Nature Communications!


November 30, 2018

Congratulations to all for our recent work on the discovery of a natural material featuring in-plane anisotropic propagation of light. The work was recently published in Nature!!


February 18, 2016


WEB TEDx Gijón 2016

El Sábado 20 de Febrero estaré presente como ponente en las jornadas TEDx de Gijón donde explicaré mi labor científica en un nuevo formato de presentación.

¿Qué es TEDx?

Con el propósito de difundir las ideas...

February 18, 2016


portada de lne


noticia lne (premio asturiano del mes)


noticia lne (Hay que generar cultura científica)


"Hay que generar cultura científica"


El físico moscón Pablo Alonso González asegura, al recibir el premio "Asturiano del mes" de septiembre, que Asturias puede ser u...

June 1, 2015


noticia lne


premio rsef


Pablo Alonso reivindica a su generación al recibir el Nacional de Física


Modem Press El joven científico asturiano Pablo Alonso González criticó ayer, en presencia de la Secretaria de Estado de Educación, Montserrat Gomendio, "la ignorancia pol...

Light scattering at nanoparticles and molecules can be dramatically enhanced in the ‘hot spots’ of optical antennas, where the incident light is highly concentrated. Although this effect is widely applied in surface-enhanced optical sensing, spectroscopy and microscopy...

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