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Laboratory of Nonlinear and Extreme Nanophotonics

Invited researcher Boris Semyonivich Lukyanchuk
Contract number
14.W03.31.0008
Time span of the project
2017-2021

As of 15.02.2021

52
Number of staff members
41
scientific publications
4
Objects of intellectual property
General information

Name of the project: Nonlinear and extreme nanophotonics

Strategy for Scientific and Technological Development Priority Level: a

Goals and objectives

Research directions: Nonlinear and extreme nanophotonics

Project objective: Creation of a world-class laboratory at the Moscow State University that will possess staff potential add necessary competences for solving a wide spectrum of fundamental and oriented problems in the field of interaction between femtosecond laser radiation of the visible and the near region of the IR range with nanostructured materials

The practical value of the study

We have conducted an experimental and theoretical research of non-linear optical signal generation in various nano-photonic systems. We have demonstrated a multi-fold amplification of effects, explained the mechanisms of such amplification. We have experimentally researched the interaction of ultra-short pulses with semiconductor meta-surfaces, demonstrated the modification of light intensity and polarisation, determined methods of optical signal modulation at the sub-picosecond scale.

Our researchers have developed a methodology for laser 3D printing. New lenses have been produced for the X-ray range using this technology. Samples of waveguides and multiplexers for Bloch surface waves have been manufactured.

Implemented results of research:

A number of patents for inventions based on experiments conducted by the Laboratory have been obtained.

Education and career development:

An internship of an employee of the Laboratory at KU Leuven (Belgium).

An internship of a postgraduate at the Friedrich Schiller University Jena (Germany)

7 Candidates of Science in Physics and Mathematics have been trained.

Collaborations:

  • Ioffe Institute (Russia): internships of postgraduates and employees, joint research. Experiments in the optics of nano-structured semiconductor materials at low temperatures.
  • KU Leuven (Belgium), Prof. Victor Moshchalkov's group: research collaboration in near-field microscopy, internships of employees. The distributions of local electromagnetic fields in semiconductor nano-particles have been measured.
  • Friedrich Schiller University Jena (Germany), Prof. Isabelle Staude's group: joint research, internships of employees and postgraduates. Our foreign partners have manufactured a run of samples for experiments in non-linear optics.

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C. Hao, Z. Nie, H. Ye, H. Li, Y. Luo, R. Feng, X. Yu, F. Wen, Y. Zhang, C. Yu, et al.
Three-dimensional supercritical resolved light-induced magnetic holography. Science Adv., 3(10):e1701398, (2017).
A.Yu. Frolov, N. Verellen, J. Li, X. Zheng, H. Paddubrouskaya, D. Denkova, M.R. Shcherbakov, G. A.E. Vandenbosch, V.I. Panov, P. Van Dorpe, et al.
Near-field mapping of optical fabry–perot modes in all-dielectric nanoantennas. Nano Lett., 17(12):7629, (2017).
Z. Li, I. Kim, L. Zhang, M.Q. Mehmood, M.S. Anwar, M. Saleem, D. Lee, K.T. Nam, S. Zhang, B. Lukyanchuk, et al.
Dielectric meta-holograms enabled with dual magnetic resonances in visible light. ACS NANO, 11(9):9382, (2017).
K. Huang, F. Qin, H. Liu, H. Ye, C. Qiu, M. Hong, B. Luk’yanchuk, J. Teng
“Planar Diffractive Lenses: Fundamentals, Functionalities, and Applications”, Adv. Mater. 1704556 (2018).
K.V. Baryshnikova, D.A. Smirnova, B.S. Luk’yanchuk, Yu.S. Kivshar
"Optical Anapoles: Concepts and Applications", Adv. Opt. Mater. 1801350 (2019).
M. K. Kroychuk, A. S. Shorokhov, D. F. Yagudin, D. A. Shilkin, D. A. Smirnova, I. Volkovskaya, M. R. Shcherbakov, G. Shvets, A. A. Fedyanin
Enhanced Nonlinear Light Generation in Oligomers of Silicon Nanoparticles under Vector Beam Illumination, Nano Lett. 20, 3471 (2020)
K.R. Safronov, D.N. Gulkin, I.M. Antropov, K.A. Abrashitova, V.O. Bessonov, A.A. Fedyanin
«Multimode Interference of Bloch Surface Electromagnetic Waves», ACS NANO 14, 10428 (2020)
I.A. Novikov, M.A. Kiryanov, P.K. Nurgalieva, A.Yu. Frolov, V.V. Popov, T.V. Dolgova, A.A. Fedyanin
«Ultrafast Magneto-Optics in Nickel Magnetoplasmonic Crystals», Nano Lett. 20, 8615 (2020)
A.A. Popkova, I.M. Antropov, J.E. Fröch, S.Kim, I.Aharonovich, V.O. Bessonov, A.S. Solntsev, A.A. Fedyanin
"Optical Third-Harmonic Generation in Hexagonal Boron Nitride Thin Films", ACS Photonics, 8, 824 (2021)
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