Olivier Martin

ELG 240 (Bâtiment ELG)
Station 11
CH-1015 Lausanne

Web site:  Web site:  https://nam.epfl.ch

Administrative data

Fields of expertise

Plasmonics, optical nanostructures, biosensing, modelling, nanofabrication, Raman spectroscopy, fluorescence, near-field optics, metamaterials.

Teaching & PhD



Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Past PhD students

Nicolas B. Piller, Jörg Kottmann, Michael Paulus, Sergei Sidorenko, Holger Fischer, Lina Huang, Daniele Brunazzo (thesis co-direction with Torino University), Andreas M. Kern, Benjamin Gallinet, Arash Farhang, Andrea Lovera, Banafsheh Abasahl, Thomas G. Siegfried, Krishnan Thyagarajan, Shourya Dutta Gupta, Volodymyr Koman, Fabian M. Lütolf, Raziman Thottungal Valapu, Xiaolong Wang, Chen Yan, Kuang-Yu Yang, Gabriel D. Bernasconi, Debdatta Ray, Sebastian Mader, Hsiang-Chu Wang, Mintae Chung, Marco Riccardi


Electrical engineering science & technology

This course is an introduction to electrical engineering, with emphasis on circuits and their components. It includes a theoretical module with exercises and practical experiments in the laboratory.

Optical engineering

This course describes different facets of modern optics with emphasis on a solid foundation and on practical applications. It includes theory and exercises, as well as experiments.

Selected topics in advanced optics

This course proposes a selection of different facets of modern optics and photonics.