Dr. Alex Krasnok

 
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All-dielectric Nanoantennas
Nonlinear Nanophotonics
Hybrid Nanophotonics
Coherent Photonics
THz Photonics
2D TMDCs

I am a Research Scientists at the University of Texas at Austin. My research interests are in the areas of applied physics, photonics, and nanotechnology, with a particular focus on innovative and extreme aspects of wave interaction with natural and artificial materials. My recent research work spans a broad range of topics including extreme scattering engineering, nanoparticles, nanoantennas, active devices and advanced metasurfaces, optics of 2D TMDC materials and low-loss dielectric nanostructures.

  • Nonlinear metasurfaces: a paradigm shift in nonlinear optics. Materials Today, 1–60 (2017) [IF: 21.695] (Invited paper)

 

  • All-Optical Switching and Unidirectional Plasmon Launching with Nonlinear Dielectric Nanoantennas. Phys. Rev. Appl. 9, 14015 (2018) [IF: 4.808]

 

  • Coherent virtual absorption based on complex zero excitation for ideal light capturing. Optica, 4(12), 1457 (2017) [IF: 7.727]

 

  • Spectroscopy and Biosensing with Optically Resonant Dielectric Nanostructures, Adv. Opt. Mater. 1701094 (2018) [IF: 6.87] (Invited paper)

 

  • Paper “Modifying magnetic dipole spontaneous emission with nanophotonic structures” featured on the cover of Laser and Photonics Reviews Journal

 

  • Paper "Enhancement of THz Photoconductive Antenna Operation by Optical Nanoantennas" featured on the cover of Laser and Photonics Reviews Journal

 

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