报告题目: Resonant nanophotonics with dielectric nanoparticles
报告人： Prof. Andrey Miroshnichenko，School of Engineering and Information Technology, University of New South Wales Canberra
Nanoscale optics is usually associated with plasmonic structures made of metals such as gold or silver. However, plasmonics suffers from high losses of metals, heating, and incompatibility with CMOS fabrication processes. Recent developments in the nanoscale optical physics has lead to a new branch of nanophotonics aiming at the manipulation of optically-induced Mie resonances in dielectric and semiconductor nanoparticles with high refractive index. Such particles offer unique opportunities for reduced dissipative losses and large resonant enhancement of both electric and magnetic near-fields. Semiconductor nanostructures also offer longer excited-carrier lifetimes and can be electrically doped and gated to realize subwavelength active devices. These recent developments revolve closely around the nature of the optical resonances of the structures and how they can be manipulated in individual entities as well as complex particle arrangements such as metasurfaces. Resonant high-index dielectric nanostructures form new building blocks to realize unique functionalities and novel photonic devices.
Professor Andrey Miroshnichenko received his PhD degree from Dresden University of Technology, Germany. And then he worked as the Postdoctoral Fellow at the same institute. After his studies and research in Germany, he joined Nonlinear Physics Centre at the Australian National University in 2004 and achieved Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship award. From 2010, he began working at Australian National University and now he is an associate professor in University of New South Wales Canberra.
Professor Andrey Miroshnichenkohas carried out research in Nanophotonics and Metamaterials,Plasmonics and Nanoantennas,Nonlinear Optics and Spectroscopyfor more than 20 years. He has published over 150 papers in international journals and conferences, 3 book chapters as well as theAnnual research highlights in 2008, 2011, 2012, and 2015. Hisinvited review which published in Reviews of Modern Physics (2010) has been already cited more than 1000 times,which puts this paper in the top 0.1% of papers in all fields published in 2015.
Prof Andrey Miroshnichenko is the member of the Editorial Board of ISRN Optics and Annual Review of Chaos Theory, Bifurcations and Dynamical Systems, International Journal of Recent advances in Physics and International Journal of Innovative Research and Development. He is the reviewer for grant applications for Australian, Romanian, Czech and French Research Councils and the reviewer for the leading international journals, including Science, Nature Communications, Nature AsiaMaterials, ACS Nano, Nano Letters, Physical Review Letters, Physical Review A/B/E, Optics Letters,Optics Express, Metamaterials, etc.