Robin Ogier PhD

trainee patent attorney

About Robin Ogier

Branches:
Micro- and Nanotechnologies, Physics, Optics


Education:
Chalmers University of Technology (Göteborg, Sweden), Photonics

INPG-Phelma (Grenoble, France)/EPFL (Lausanne, Switzerland)/Politecnico di Torino (Turin, Italy), Micro- and Nanotechnologies


Profile:
Robin started working as a trainee patent attorney at Arnold & Siedsma in 2017. Before that, he obtained his PhD degree from Chalmers University of Technology after successfully defending his dissertation “Plasmonics with a Twist: from Single Particles to Metasurfaces”. This work aimed at the manipulation of light polarization through the realization of new “materials” for different applications, such as telecommunications, energy, or biosensing.

While accomplishing his doctorate at Chalmers University of Technology, he accumulated a sizable amount of experience regarding nanofabrication processes and characterization techniques, which in turn lead to a number of publications. Through this time, Robin worked in a very international environment where knowledge over a broad spectrum of scientific areas is necessary.


Other about Robin:
Straightforward, Adaptable, Thorough


CV
Employment history:

2017 - present: Trainee Patent Attorney at Arnold & Siedsma
2016: Research scientist at Chalmers University of Technology
2011-2016: Doctorate & Teaching assistant at Chalmers University of Technology

Education:
2011 - 2016: Chalmers University of Technology (Sweden), Doctor in Physics
2008 - 2010: joint diploma between INPG-Phelma (France)/EPFL (Switzerland)/Politecnico di Torino (Italy), Master degree in Micro and Nano-technologies for Integrated Systems
2007 - 2008: Studies in Electronics INPG-ENSERG (France)

Languages:
French, English, Swedish

Publications:
Plasmonics with a Twist: from Single Particles to Metasurfaces, Ogier R., ISBN 978-91-7597-337-1, 2016

Ultrafast Spinning of Gold Nanoparticles in Water using Circularly Polarized Light, Lehmuskero A., Ogier R., Gschneidtner T., Johansson P., Käll M., Nanoletters, 2013, 13(7), pp 3129-3134

Macroscopic Layers of Chiral Plasmonic Nanoparticle Oligomers from Colloidal Lithography, Ogier R., Fang Y., Svedendahl M., Johansson P., Käll M., ACS Photonics, 2014, 1(10), pp 1074-1081

Dimer-on-Mirror SERS Substrates with Attogram Sensitivity Fabricated by Colloidal Lithography, Hakonen A., Svedendahl M., Ogier R., Yang Z.-J., Lodewijks K., Verre R., Shegai T., Andersson P. O., Käll M., Nanoscale, 2015, 7, pp 9405-9410

Plasmon Enhanced Internal Photoemission in Antenna-Spacer-Mirror Based Au/TiO2 Nanostructures, Fang Y., Jiao Y., Xiong K., Ogier R., Yang Z.-J., Gao S., Dahlin A. B., Käll M., Nano Letters, 2015, 15(6), pp 4059- 4065

Near-Complete Photon Spin Selectivity in a Metasurface of Anisotropic Plasmonic Antennas, Ogier R., Fang Y., Käll M., Svedendahl M., Physical Review X, 2015, 5(4), 041019

Continuous-Gradient Plasmonic Nanostructures Fabricated by Evaporation on a Partially Exposed Rotating Substrate, Ogier R., Shao L., Svedendahl M., Käll M., Advanced Materials, 2016, 28(23), pp 4658-4664


Telephone: +32 2 737 62 90