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Plasmonics & Metamaterials Group

At Plasmonics & Metamaterials Group we model, fabricate and characterize plasmonic structures and metamaterials.
These newly emerging structures have a wide range of possibilities in directing and controlling light – from simple waveguiding all the way up to rendering objects invisible.

For more information about us, see our research directions and list of members.

Group updates

January 2019:

Our paper (Editors' Pick) is one of Top Downloads in Plasmonics and Metamaterials from Opt. Mater. Express.

 

January 2019:
Sarah Elisabeth Hussein El Dib joined the group as MSc student. Welcome to the team!

 

November 2018:

New student projects added! Design, Fabrication of Metamaterials, and Sensing!

 

November 2018:
Our recent work on dielectric metasurfaces has been published in ACS Photonics!

  

October 2018:

Our recent paper about photonic spin Hall effect in hyperbolic metamaterials (HMM) has been selected as Editor's pick in Optics Letters!

 

October 2018:

Akira Kudo joined our group as a postdoc by EuroTechPostdoc Programme. Welcome to the team!

 

September 2018:

Our nanostructures were honorable mentions in The nano- micro-graph contest of MNE conference!

 

September 2018:

Our recent work on photonic spin Hall effect in hyperbolic metamaterials (HMM) has been published for Optics Letters!

 

July 2018:

Our paper on AZO metamaterials is one of Top Downloaded in Plasmonics and Metamaterials from Optical Materials Express!

 

May 2018:
Oleh Yermakov joined the group as a guest Ph.D student.
Welcome to the team!

April 2018:
Our recent work on water metasurfaces has been published in IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters!

April 2018:
Our recent work on photonic surface waves on metamaterials has been published in Semiconductors!

March 2018:
Our work on photonic spin Hall effect has been published in Optics Letters!

February 2018:
Sezer Köse joined the group as an intern.
Welcome to the team!

February 2018:
Recent work on hyperbolic metamaterials for mid-IR sensing has been published in ACS Applied Nano Materials!

February 2018:

Rasmus Elkjær Jacobsen joined the group as a Ph.D student.

Welcome to the team!

 

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Interested in cleanroom fabrication, theory or numerical modeling? Check out the list of student projects!

Contact

Andrei Lavrinenko
Associate Professor, Group Leader
DTU Fotonik
+45 45 25 63 92