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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

March 2017:

Larissa Vertchenko joined the group as a Ph.D student.

Welcome, Larissa!

February 2017:

Evgeniy Shkondin successfully defended his Ph.D thesis.

Congratulation, Evgeniy!

February 2017:

Lecture by Prof. Giuseppe Strangi, Case Western Reserve University, USA

January 2017:

Our student project for 'Consultancy project 33472' scored the 3rd highest by student vote!

Sergei Zhukovsky presented our recent paper on effective medium approximation breakdown in the nanophotonics webinar.


Andrei Lavrinenko was nominated by the students Polyteknisk Forening for the Teacher of the Year 2015 Award.


Andrei Lavrinenko delivered an invited talk at NATO Advanced Research Workshop : FANEM 2015 (Fundamental and Applied NanoElectroMagnetics), 25-27.05, Minsk, Belarus: “Graphene-enhanced metamaterials in THz applications”, A. Andryieuski, D. N. Chigrin, I. Khromova, J. E. Sipe, S. V. Zhukovsky, A. V. Lavrinenko

For the ones interested in more about surface waves, we are offering a 3-weeks course during the Summer course (course number 34901) . Osamu will be your supervisor.

We have several new publications. See below a few highlights or here the complete list

Our SPIE newsroom article was published. You can download a draft here, or read the final version here.


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


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