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Our PhD graduate

Daler Dadadzhanov

Dr. Alina Karabchevsky

Principal Investigator

Integrated Photonics (or On-Chip Photonics) is an emerging field that underpins broad new advances in telecommunication and control the light at nanoscale. Shorter, more intense light pulses and quantum control over light-matter interactions enable new classes of measurement and communication solutions not possible with orthodox photonics technology.

 

In Light-on-a-Chip Laboratory we are developing a multidisciplinary interface between nanotechnology, physics and chemistry to establish new approaches to integrated systems for emerging applications such as Point of Care, Doctor in Your Pocket Devices, security and safety.

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Research Interests

Integrated Photonic Devices

Plasmonics

Cyber

Overtone Spectroscopy

Microfluidics

Antireflective metasurfaces

Polarization‐Controlled Switch

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Twisted waveguides

Optical forces manipulation

Parity-Time symmetry

Single photo sources

All-optical neural networks

Quantum money on a chip

High-index nanophotonics

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