News

Projects and Collaborations

Strangi group (CWRU) and Capasso group (Harvard) started a collaboration for developing a new class of metasurfaces.

Strangi Group and CNR Nanotec are developing a new class of metamaterials for biosensing and plexcitonics.

Nanoplasm Lab and Italian Institute of Technologies (De Angelis IIT) joined forces to investigate hyperbolic dispersion to manipulate EM radiation on the nanometer scale.

Engheta, Marago, and Strangi groups are exploring new avenues for Electric Levitation.


Upcoming Conferences and Meetings

G. Strangi and Daniele Struppa (President of Chapman University, California) are organizing a symposium in Cetraro, Italy (June 14-17, 2019) "Superoscillations: Theoretical Aspects and Applications". Michael Berry,Yakir Aharonov, Nader Engheta, F. Capasso among others will attend the Symposium.

NANOPLASM 2020 the international conference on "Frontiers in Plasmonics and Nano-Optics” chaired by Prof. Strangi will be held in Cetraro (Italy) June 14-19, 2020
http://nanoplasmconference.com

The Scientific Initiative "From Life to Life" by G. Strangi and R. Bartolino is promoted by the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei (Rome, Italy).
The first volume of the scientific initiative has been published by Springer - Rendiconti Lincei Volume 26, Supplement 2 - August 2015

Prof. Strangi has been nominated President of the Scientific Committee of The Foundation "Con Il Cuore" - Italy


We are seeking strongly motivated graduate and undergraduate students to investigate the fascinating fields of nano photonics and plasmonic metamaterials.


Welcome to Jonathan Boyd, he joined our group as Ph.D student to investigate ENZ materials and quantum leaps.

Welcome to Sharmistha Chatterjee. She joined our group as Ph.D student to investigate new plasmonic nanostructures for advanced optical sensing.

Congratulations to Mohamed El Kabbash on a successful Ph.D defense, and his new job at University of Rochester


Our most recent work “Beaming random laser with soliton control” just came out on Nature Communications 9, 3863 (2018). Research Highlights by Rachel Won “Soliton assistance” NATURE PHOTONICS 12, 641 (2018)



Our work “Extreme sensitivity biosensing platform based on hyperbolic metamaterials” has been published on NATURE MATERIALS (2016) doi:10.1038/nmat4609


Projects and Collaborations

Strangi group (CWRU) and Capasso group (Harvard) started a collaboration for developing a new class of metasurfaces.

Strangi Group and CNR Nanotec are developing a new class of metamaterials for biosensing and plexcitonics.

Nanoplasm Lab and Italian Institute of Technologies (De Angelis IIT) joined forces to investigate hyperbolic dispersion to manipulate EM radiation on the nanometer scale.

Engheta, Marago, and Strangi groups are exploring new avenues for Electric Levitation.


Upcoming Conferences and Meetings

G. Strangi and Daniele Struppa (President of Chapman University, California) are organizing a symposium in Cetraro, Italy (June 14-17, 2019) "Superoscillations: Theoretical Aspects and Applications". Michael Berry,Yakir Aharonov, Nader Engheta, F. Capasso among others will attend the Symposium.

NANOPLASM 2020 the international conference on "Frontiers in Plasmonics and Nano-Optics” chaired by Prof. Strangi will be held in Cetraro (Italy) June 14-19, 2020
http://nanoplasmconference.com

The Scientific Initiative "From Life to Life" by G. Strangi and R. Bartolino is promoted by the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei (Rome, Italy).
The first volume of the scientific initiative has been published by Springer - Rendiconti Lincei Volume 26, Supplement 2 - August 2015

Prof. Strangi has been nominated President of the Scientific Committee of The Foundation "Con Il Cuore" - Italy


We are seeking strongly motivated graduate and undergraduate students to investigate the fascinating fields of nano photonics and plasmonic metamaterials.


Welcome to Jonathan Boyd, he joined our group as Ph.D student to investigate ENZ materials and quantum leaps.

Welcome to Sharmistha Chatterjee. She joined our group as Ph.D student to investigate new plasmonic nanostructures for advanced optical sensing.

Congratulations to Mohamed El Kabbash on a successful Ph.D defense, and his new job at University of Rochester


Our most recent work “Beaming random laser with soliton control” just came out on Nature Communications 9, 3863 (2018). Research Highlights by Rachel Won “Soliton assistance” NATURE PHOTONICS 12, 641 (2018)



Our work “Extreme sensitivity biosensing platform based on hyperbolic metamaterials” has been published on NATURE MATERIALS (2016) doi:10.1038/nmat4609


Projects and Collaborations

Strangi group (CWRU) and Capasso group (Harvard) started a collaboration for developing a new class of metasurfaces.

Strangi Group and CNR Nanotec are developing a new class of metamaterials for biosensing and plexcitonics.

Nanoplasm Lab and Italian Institute of Technologies (De Angelis IIT) joined forces to investigate hyperbolic dispersion to manipulate EM radiation on the nanometer scale.

Engheta, Marago, and Strangi groups are exploring new avenues for Electric Levitation.


Upcoming Conferences and Meetings

G. Strangi and Daniele Struppa (President of Chapman University, California) are organizing a symposium in Cetraro, Italy (June 14-17, 2019) "Superoscillations: Theoretical Aspects and Applications". Michael Berry,Yakir Aharonov, Nader Engheta, F. Capasso among others will attend the Symposium.

NANOPLASM 2020 the international conference on "Frontiers in Plasmonics and Nano-Optics” chaired by Prof. Strangi will be held in Cetraro (Italy) June 14-19, 2020
http://nanoplasmconference.com

The Scientific Initiative "From Life to Life" by G. Strangi and R. Bartolino is promoted by the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei (Rome, Italy).
The first volume of the scientific initiative has been published by Springer - Rendiconti Lincei Volume 26, Supplement 2 - August 2015

Prof. Strangi has been nominated President of the Scientific Committee of The Foundation "Con Il Cuore" - Italy


We are seeking strongly motivated graduate and undergraduate students to investigate the fascinating fields of nano photonics and plasmonic metamaterials.


Welcome to Jonathan Boyd, he joined our group as Ph.D student to investigate ENZ materials and quantum leaps.

Welcome to Sharmistha Chatterjee. She joined our group as Ph.D student to investigate new plasmonic nanostructures for advanced optical sensing.

Congratulations to Mohamed El Kabbash on a successful Ph.D defense, and his new job at University of Rochester


Our most recent work “Beaming random laser with soliton control” just came out on Nature Communications 9, 3863 (2018). Research Highlights by Rachel Won “Soliton assistance” NATURE PHOTONICS 12, 641 (2018)



Our work “Extreme sensitivity biosensing platform based on hyperbolic metamaterials” has been published on NATURE MATERIALS (2016) doi:10.1038/nmat4609


Projects and Collaborations

Strangi group (CWRU) and Capasso group (Harvard) started a collaboration for developing a new class of metasurfaces.

Strangi Group and CNR Nanotec are developing a new class of metamaterials for biosensing and plexcitonics.

Nanoplasm Lab and Italian Institute of Technologies (De Angelis IIT) joined forces to investigate hyperbolic dispersion to manipulate EM radiation on the nanometer scale.

Engheta, Marago, and Strangi groups are exploring new avenues for Electric Levitation.


Upcoming Conferences and Meetings

G. Strangi and Daniele Struppa (President of Chapman University, California) are organizing a symposium in Cetraro, Italy (June 14-17, 2019) "Superoscillations: Theoretical Aspects and Applications". Michael Berry,Yakir Aharonov, Nader Engheta, F. Capasso among others will attend the Symposium.

NANOPLASM 2020 the international conference on "Frontiers in Plasmonics and Nano-Optics” chaired by Prof. Strangi will be held in Cetraro (Italy) June 14-19, 2020
http://nanoplasmconference.com

The Scientific Initiative "From Life to Life" by G. Strangi and R. Bartolino is promoted by the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei (Rome, Italy).
The first volume of the scientific initiative has been published by Springer - Rendiconti Lincei Volume 26, Supplement 2 - August 2015

Prof. Strangi has been nominated President of the Scientific Committee of The Foundation "Con Il Cuore" - Italy


We are seeking strongly motivated graduate and undergraduate students to investigate the fascinating fields of nano photonics and plasmonic metamaterials.


Welcome to Jonathan Boyd, he joined our group as Ph.D student to investigate ENZ materials and quantum leaps.

Welcome to Sharmistha Chatterjee. She joined our group as Ph.D student to investigate new plasmonic nanostructures for advanced optical sensing.

Congratulations to Mohamed El Kabbash on a successful Ph.D defense, and his new job at University of Rochester


Our most recent work “Beaming random laser with soliton control” just came out on Nature Communications 9, 3863 (2018). Research Highlights by Rachel Won “Soliton assistance” NATURE PHOTONICS 12, 641 (2018)



Our work “Extreme sensitivity biosensing platform based on hyperbolic metamaterials” has been published on NATURE MATERIALS (2016) doi:10.1038/nmat4609


Projects and Collaborations

Strangi group (CWRU) and Capasso group (Harvard) started a collaboration for developing a new class of metasurfaces.

Strangi Group and CNR Nanotec are developing a new class of metamaterials for biosensing and plexcitonics.

Nanoplasm Lab and Italian Institute of Technologies (De Angelis IIT) joined forces to investigate hyperbolic dispersion to manipulate EM radiation on the nanometer scale.

Engheta, Marago, and Strangi groups are exploring new avenues for Electric Levitation.


Upcoming Conferences and Meetings

G. Strangi and Daniele Struppa (President of Chapman University, California) are organizing a symposium in Cetraro, Italy (June 14-17, 2019) "Superoscillations: Theoretical Aspects and Applications". Michael Berry,Yakir Aharonov, Nader Engheta, F. Capasso among others will attend the Symposium.

NANOPLASM 2020 the international conference on "Frontiers in Plasmonics and Nano-Optics” chaired by Prof. Strangi will be held in Cetraro (Italy) June 14-19, 2020
http://nanoplasmconference.com

The Scientific Initiative "From Life to Life" by G. Strangi and R. Bartolino is promoted by the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei (Rome, Italy).
The first volume of the scientific initiative has been published by Springer - Rendiconti Lincei Volume 26, Supplement 2 - August 2015

Prof. Strangi has been nominated President of the Scientific Committee of The Foundation "Con Il Cuore" - Italy


We are seeking strongly motivated graduate and undergraduate students to investigate the fascinating fields of nano photonics and plasmonic metamaterials.


Welcome to Jonathan Boyd, he joined our group as Ph.D student to investigate ENZ materials and quantum leaps.

Welcome to Sharmistha Chatterjee. She joined our group as Ph.D student to investigate new plasmonic nanostructures for advanced optical sensing.

Congratulations to Mohamed El Kabbash on a successful Ph.D defense, and his new job at University of Rochester


Our most recent work “Beaming random laser with soliton control” just came out on Nature Communications 9, 3863 (2018). Research Highlights by Rachel Won “Soliton assistance” NATURE PHOTONICS 12, 641 (2018)



Our work “Extreme sensitivity biosensing platform based on hyperbolic metamaterials” has been published on NATURE MATERIALS (2016) doi:10.1038/nmat4609


Projects and Collaborations

Strangi group (CWRU) and Capasso group (Harvard) started a collaboration for developing a new class of metasurfaces.

Strangi Group and CNR Nanotec are developing a new class of metamaterials for biosensing and plexcitonics.

Nanoplasm Lab and Italian Institute of Technologies (De Angelis IIT) joined forces to investigate hyperbolic dispersion to manipulate EM radiation on the nanometer scale.

Engheta, Marago, and Strangi groups are exploring new avenues for Electric Levitation.


Upcoming Conferences and Meetings

G. Strangi and Daniele Struppa (President of Chapman University, California) are organizing a symposium in Cetraro, Italy (June 14-17, 2019) "Superoscillations: Theoretical Aspects and Applications". Michael Berry,Yakir Aharonov, Nader Engheta, F. Capasso among others will attend the Symposium.

NANOPLASM 2020 the international conference on "Frontiers in Plasmonics and Nano-Optics” chaired by Prof. Strangi will be held in Cetraro (Italy) June 14-19, 2020
http://nanoplasmconference.com

The Scientific Initiative "From Life to Life" by G. Strangi and R. Bartolino is promoted by the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei (Rome, Italy).
The first volume of the scientific initiative has been published by Springer - Rendiconti Lincei Volume 26, Supplement 2 - August 2015

Prof. Strangi has been nominated President of the Scientific Committee of The Foundation "Con Il Cuore" - Italy


We are seeking strongly motivated graduate and undergraduate students to investigate the fascinating fields of nano photonics and plasmonic metamaterials.


Welcome to Jonathan Boyd, he joined our group as Ph.D student to investigate ENZ materials and quantum leaps.

Welcome to Sharmistha Chatterjee. She joined our group as Ph.D student to investigate new plasmonic nanostructures for advanced optical sensing.

Congratulations to Mohamed El Kabbash on a successful Ph.D defense, and his new job at University of Rochester


Our most recent work “Beaming random laser with soliton control” just came out on Nature Communications 9, 3863 (2018). Research Highlights by Rachel Won “Soliton assistance” NATURE PHOTONICS 12, 641 (2018)



Our work “Extreme sensitivity biosensing platform based on hyperbolic metamaterials” has been published on NATURE MATERIALS (2016) doi:10.1038/nmat4609


Projects and Collaborations

Strangi group (CWRU) and Capasso group (Harvard) started a collaboration for developing a new class of metasurfaces.

Strangi Group and CNR Nanotec are developing a new class of metamaterials for biosensing and plexcitonics.

Nanoplasm Lab and Italian Institute of Technologies (De Angelis IIT) joined forces to investigate hyperbolic dispersion to manipulate EM radiation on the nanometer scale.

Engheta, Marago, and Strangi groups are exploring new avenues for Electric Levitation.


Upcoming Conferences and Meetings

G. Strangi and Daniele Struppa (President of Chapman University, California) are organizing a symposium in Cetraro, Italy (June 14-17, 2019) "Superoscillations: Theoretical Aspects and Applications". Michael Berry,Yakir Aharonov, Nader Engheta, F. Capasso among others will attend the Symposium.

NANOPLASM 2020 the international conference on "Frontiers in Plasmonics and Nano-Optics” chaired by Prof. Strangi will be held in Cetraro (Italy) June 14-19, 2020
http://nanoplasmconference.com

The Scientific Initiative "From Life to Life" by G. Strangi and R. Bartolino is promoted by the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei (Rome, Italy).
The first volume of the scientific initiative has been published by Springer - Rendiconti Lincei Volume 26, Supplement 2 - August 2015

Prof. Strangi has been nominated President of the Scientific Committee of The Foundation "Con Il Cuore" - Italy


We are seeking strongly motivated graduate and undergraduate students to investigate the fascinating fields of nano photonics and plasmonic metamaterials.


Welcome to Jonathan Boyd, he joined our group as Ph.D student to investigate ENZ materials and quantum leaps.

Welcome to Sharmistha Chatterjee. She joined our group as Ph.D student to investigate new plasmonic nanostructures for advanced optical sensing.

Congratulations to Mohamed El Kabbash on a successful Ph.D defense, and his new job at University of Rochester


Our most recent work “Beaming random laser with soliton control” just came out on Nature Communications 9, 3863 (2018). Research Highlights by Rachel Won “Soliton assistance” NATURE PHOTONICS 12, 641 (2018)



Our work “Extreme sensitivity biosensing platform based on hyperbolic metamaterials” has been published on NATURE MATERIALS (2016) doi:10.1038/nmat4609


Projects and Collaborations

Strangi group (CWRU) and Capasso group (Harvard) started a collaboration for developing a new class of metasurfaces.

Strangi Group and CNR Nanotec are developing a new class of metamaterials for biosensing and plexcitonics.

Nanoplasm Lab and Italian Institute of Technologies (De Angelis IIT) joined forces to investigate hyperbolic dispersion to manipulate EM radiation on the nanometer scale.

Engheta, Marago, and Strangi groups are exploring new avenues for Electric Levitation.


Upcoming Conferences and Meetings

G. Strangi and Daniele Struppa (President of Chapman University, California) are organizing a symposium in Cetraro, Italy (June 14-17, 2019) "Superoscillations: Theoretical Aspects and Applications". Michael Berry,Yakir Aharonov, Nader Engheta, F. Capasso among others will attend the Symposium.

NANOPLASM 2020 the international conference on "Frontiers in Plasmonics and Nano-Optics” chaired by Prof. Strangi will be held in Cetraro (Italy) June 14-19, 2020
http://nanoplasmconference.com

The Scientific Initiative "From Life to Life" by G. Strangi and R. Bartolino is promoted by the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei (Rome, Italy).
The first volume of the scientific initiative has been published by Springer - Rendiconti Lincei Volume 26, Supplement 2 - August 2015

Prof. Strangi has been nominated President of the Scientific Committee of The Foundation "Con Il Cuore" - Italy


We are seeking strongly motivated graduate and undergraduate students to investigate the fascinating fields of nano photonics and plasmonic metamaterials.


Welcome to Jonathan Boyd, he joined our group as Ph.D student to investigate ENZ materials and quantum leaps.

Welcome to Sharmistha Chatterjee. She joined our group as Ph.D student to investigate new plasmonic nanostructures for advanced optical sensing.

Congratulations to Mohamed El Kabbash on a successful Ph.D defense, and his new job at University of Rochester


Our most recent work “Beaming random laser with soliton control” just came out on Nature Communications 9, 3863 (2018). Research Highlights by Rachel Won “Soliton assistance” NATURE PHOTONICS 12, 641 (2018)



Our work “Extreme sensitivity biosensing platform based on hyperbolic metamaterials” has been published on NATURE MATERIALS (2016) doi:10.1038/nmat4609


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PinoGiuseppe STRANGI - Principal Investigator

Professor of Physics

Ohio Research Scholar  – Endowed Chair 

Office: Room 206 Rockefeller Hall

Phone : (216) 368-6918






Current Group Members

Boyd, Jonathan

Jonathan Boyd is a graduate student from Champion, Ohio. He received his bachelor’s degree in physics from Kent State University in 2017. His current research focuses on the properties of Epsilon-Near-Zero (ENZ) metamaterials, the interactions of these ENZ materials with quantum emitters in various configurations, and using liquid crystal to enable flat metalenses to be tunable. When not in the lab Jon is the Advisor for Venturing Crew 2380 and is involved as a Course Director for Great Trail Council's National Youth Leadership Training. In his free time he enjoys playing Magic the Gathering and watching The Office. 







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Ted Letsou is a fourth year undergraduate student from Memphis, Tennessee who is majoring in Engineering Physics with a concentration in Electrical Engineering.  His current research projects include designing and fabricating thin-film optical coatings and metasurfaces that exhibit perfect light absorption (PLA) and Fano resonance for structural coloring, as well as low-loss epsilon-near-zero (ENZ) metamaterials for electric levitation and spontaneous emission enhancement.  Ted is also collaborating with the Capasso group at Harvard to investigate the effects of liquid crystal infiltration in dielectric metalenses.  In the fall, Ted plans to pursue a Ph.D. in electrical engineering (applied physics) at MIT.  While not in the lab, Ted enjoys playing jazz trumpet and solving puzzles.



Dene

Nathaniel “Dene” Hoffman is a senior undergraduate student from Washington, Missouri working toward a dual degree in Mathematical Physics and Music. His current research includes fabricating and characterizing Hyperbolic Metamaterials (HMMs), applying color theory to optical thin films, and designing acoustic metamaterials (AMMs). Outside of the lab, Nathaniel plays violin and piano and enjoys biking around Cleveland






Michael

Michael Boss is an Engineering Physics student from Portland, Oregon. He has a general interest in physics as well as data science. He is currently working on creating a Microsoft HoloLens app with the goal of demonstrating the relative scale of objects that cannot be easily observed by humans.







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Yugan Sakthi (hometown: Palatine, IL) is a second-year undergraduate studying physics with minors in philosophy and computer science. He researches random lasers in dye-doped Nematic Liquid Crystals and their properties. He also enjoys reading, live music, and cooking.














Adam

Adam Fisher is a junior undergraduate physics major that began working in the NANOPLASM lab in the Summer of 2018. He is interested in extreme metamaterials and is currently working on decay rate enhancement of dye molecules by using the topological transition present in ENZ HMMs.















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Sharmistha Chatterjee is a visiting scholar at Nanoplasm lab, CWRU since October, 2017. She is enrolled as a PhD student in the department of Physics at University of Calabria, Italy. She is involved in different research projects including novel nanoplasmonic antennas for sensing, phototherapy, designing acoustic metamaterial and also negative-index materials. 









Loredana

Loredana Ricciardi, PhD in Chemical Sciences, is a permanent researcher at the Institute of Nanotechnology - Italian National Research Council. Her expertise is related with the synthesis, functionalization and characterization of plasmonic nanostructures for biomedical application. She is currently a visiting researcher at Case Western Reserve University - Prof. Strangi’ s research group.













 

Former Group Members

Mohamed

Mohamed El Kabbash is a PhD student at the Nanoplasm lab. He focuses on fundamental and applied aspects of active plasmonics and metamaterials. In particular he works on studying the ultrafast dynamics of plasmon-gain interactions, plasmonic nano-antennas,  perfect light absorption , and development of biosensors and gas sensors using metamaterials. He obtained his bachelors (2007) and masters (2009)  in Law from Alexandria law school, Egypt as well as Bachelors of Arts in Physics and Economics (2012) from Illinois Wesleyan University. 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Glynis Schumacher received her Bachelor's Degree in Chemical Physics at Kenyon College in Gambier Ohio, which is also, coincidentally, her home town. Currently, she is a PhD student in the Nanoplasm group working on projects involving Random Lasing and Viral Nanoparticles. She especially enjoys working with lasers, having been inspired to go into research partially from a fascination with the ways light allows one to probe deeply into interesting material properties. In her spare time outside the lab, she enjoys writing, baking and building things.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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 Quang Nguyen is an engineering physics major with a concentration in   electrical engineering. He is currently researching optical losses in plasmonic metamaterials and how to best combat them through the incorporation of optical gain, and is beginning to explore hyperbolic metamaterials, including their characterization and properties. In his free time he enjoys traveling and tinkering with computers.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PratyushaWebPratyusha Sambaru Undergraduate Student  from Hyderabad, India 

Pratyusha is majoring in Physics and Mathematics. Pratyusha is involved in non-linear effects in ENZ metamaterials.

Hobbies: painting and swimming.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

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Alexander Yaney is an undergraduate student from Poolesville Maryland pursuing a degree in Engineering Physics with a concentration in Aerospace Engineering. Within the Nanoplasm group he is involved in the exploration of the practical applications of Hyperbolic Metamaterials. Some of these applications include the detection of ultra-low concentrations of biomolecules and hydrogen gas detection. His hobbies include archery and flying. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Nicholas Ramey is a fourth year Engineering Physics major with a concentration in Materials Science from Greenwood, Indiana. His current interests in Nanoplasm concern the fabrication and testing of various hyperbolic metamaterials for sensing applications. Nicholas is planning on attending graduate school beginning Fall 2017 to pursue a Ph.D in the field of High Energy Density Physics, a result of his summer research experience at Los Alamos National Laboratory. Outside of academics, he enjoys playing table tennis, going on outdoor adventures, and spending time at the Rising Star in Little Italy.

 

  

 

 

 

 

BradBradley Odhner is an undergraduate student from New Hampshire pursuing a dual degree in Physics and Classics.  He is currently working on categorizing new nano- and meso-scale particles, specifically in time delayed spectroscopy.  In the summer of 2015 he conducted research abroad at the University of Calabria (Rende, Italy) on this topic.  His hobbies include Lippmann photography and traveling.

 

 

 

 

 

Joey

Qiaoyi (Joey) Liu   Beijing, China

Major: Engineering Physics, Mathematics

Hobbies: calligraphy, playing guitar

Joey joined Nanoplasm Lab November 2013. He is involved in a number of research projects, including topics such as gold nanoparticles over PDMS substrate, mesocapsules, and nanostars. Currently, he is focused on the optical properties of nanopillars and how the electromagnetic wave propagating through the nanopillars interacts with them. He is also investigating the plasmon-exciton coupling dynamics over PDMS using transient absorption spectroscopy.

 

 

 

 

 

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Antonio De Luca is Associate Professor at University of Calabria, Italy, 

His main scientific areas now are: Organic Lasers, Lasers in confined and freely suspended structures/ Random Lasers in NLC / Loss Compensation in Metamaterials/ Plasmonic Nanostructures in presence of gain 

 

  

 

 

 

ScreeSreekanth K. V. is currently working as a Postdoctoral Scholar at the Department of Physics, Case Western Reserve University. He has received his PhD degree in Photonics from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. He then worked as a Research Fellow at the School of Physical &Mathematical Sciences, Nanyang Technological University. 

His major research interests include nanophotonics and plasmonics, optical interferometric lithography, optical metamaterials and graphene.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alireza Rahimi Rashed  is postdoctoral scholar at Nanoplasm Lab. He got his M.S. at University of Tabriz, Iran in the field of electronic engineering. During his master he studied different structures of fiber bragg grating to optimize dispersion in broadband optical communication systems. The achieved background about photonics and optics, gave him the opportunity to join Strangi's group.   To pursuit this goal he studies how the presence of gain materials can improve resonant non-radiative energy transfer processes toward optical loss compensation in different nanoplasmonic systems.

 

 

 

 

 

 

melissaMelissa Infusino is currently Professor tiempo completo at USFQ Quito -Ecuador . She has received her PhD degree in Physics in 2010 at University of Calabria, working on holographic gratings in organic materials. She joined  Nanoplasm Lab  January 2013. Her principal research topic concerns loss compensation in metamaterials operating in the visible range. A specific research based on the study of the effects of gold nanoparticle dispersion in liquid crystal matrices is developed in this framework. The choice of liquid crystals like host media has a very good advantage: the long range order and their reconfigurability allows the realization of large area tunable metamaterials.

 

 

 

 

 

lexAlessandro Veltri  is currently Professor tiempo completo at USFQ Quito -Ecuador. He got his PhD in Physics in 2005.  His principal research interests focus on wave propagation, nonlinear optics, liquid crystals, random systems, photochemistry in composite materials, all optical materials, metamaterials and hybrid plasmonics.
He worked as a post doc researcher for the University of Calabria in Italy, the University of Bordeaux and the Centre de Researche Paul Pascal in France and spent two training periods at the Beam Engineering for Advanced Measurements Co. in Florida. He has been  Visiting Researcher in the Nanoplasm Lab.

 

 

 

rakeshRakesh Dhama got his M. Tech. in Solid State Technology, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai India.
His PhD study mainly focuses on the study of loss compensation of metallic nanostructures and the possible ways to mitigate the absorptive losses in nanostructures by the use of gain materials. Gold core silica shell nanostructures have been designed as the building block of metamaterials in visible range, but all the efforts go in vain due to the absorptive losses in these functionalised nanostructures. The close proximity of dye molecules and nanostructures leads to non radiative energy transfer which compensates the losses. Earlier he worked on synthesisation and characterization of pure and alkaline earth doped colossal magnetoresistance (CMR) nanomaterials and suggested that the enhancement in transition temperature of nanocrystalline samples should be attributed to the creation of random cationic vacancies irrespective of strain induced effect observed in manganite thin films.

 

 

 

 

 

 

ErmannoErmanno Miele is a bio-medical engineer with an all-around micro/nanofabrication expertise.Within Nanoplasm group he is involved as Visiting Scholar in the fabrication and optical characterization of novel out-of-plane nano-architectures and hybrid systems. His research interests are focused on plasmonic bio-sensing, functional superhydrophobic surfaces and lasing in nanopatterned systems. Out of the lab Ermanno enjoys traveling, arts and ... Science.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Vincenzo Caligiuri received his master degree in Electronic Engineering in May 2013, at University of Calabria. He is currently Visiting Scholar at Nanoplasm Lab - CWRU. His main scientific interests lie in the area of epsilon near zero and pole hyperbolic metamaterials, gain-plasmon coupling as well as reconfigurable anisotropic fluids and their interactions with metamaterials and photonic quasi-crystals. He loves playing jazz and producing home made beer.

 

 

 

 

 

my photoYandong Li,  Nanjing, Jiangsu, P.R.China 

Hobbies: Chinese traditional history and lyric, table tennis, cooking

Since his high school in Nanjing Foreign Language School, Yandong has been interested in physics, and got the second prize in Jiangsu province in both 2009 and 2010 Chinese Physics Olympiad (CPhO).Currently Yandong is involved in the Asymmetrical Optical Transmission (AOT) material project. He is studying the coupling strategies for type II hyperbolic metamaterials (HMMs), and trying to design and make an AOT material by creating different diffraction patterns on the two surfaces of an HMM.

 

 

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Joshua Osborne, Undergraduate Student

Bonners Ferry- Idaho

Major:  Physics

Hobbies - Biking, Hiking, Snowboarding

 

 

Josh is focused in electro-hydrodynamic instabilities and turbulent states in dye doped liquid crystals, how these regimes are impacted by the presence of noble metal nanoparticles. In particular, he is interested to understand the chaotic and random lasing that occurs in these regimes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

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Daniel Kernan, Undergraduate Student
Solon, OH
Major: Biomedical Engineering


Hobbies: Play soccer, piano

 Daniel is involved on a joint project about plasmonic nanostructures based on genetical engineering of viruses as scaffold to control and optimize plasmon-gain interplay.

 

 

 

 

  

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Alexander Cucci Luck , undergraduate sophomore student
Minnetonka, Minnesota.
Major: Engineering Physics.

Hobbies: Sailing, Biking, Computers

Alex is involved in the modeling and fabrication of Hyperbolic Metamaterials for optical frequencies.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

K.H. Krishna was research associate at Nanoplasm lab - CWRU. He obtained his doctoral degree in the field of "Transition metal oxide thin films for Energy conversion & storage device applications", from S.V. University, India. In UNICAL, he continued his research work in the area of "Intrinsic and Metal nanoparticles doped polymer thin films for Soft Matter applications". Currently, he is working in the field of "Hyperbolic metamaterials".

 

 

International Conferences and Meetings

Nanoplasm 2020 - Frontiers in Plasmonics and Nanophotonics

Nanoplasm 2020 - Frontiers in Plasmonics and Nanophotonics

International Conference on Plasmonics and Nanophotonics Cetraro (CS) - Italy - 14 - 19 June...

Superoscillations: Theoretical Aspects and Applications

Superoscillations: Theoretical Aspects and Applications

Superoscillations: Theoretical Aspects and Applications  Cetraro (CS) Italy - June 14 - 17,...

  • Nanoplasm 2020 - Frontiers in Plasmonics and Nanophotonics

    Nanoplasm 2020 - Frontiers in Plasmonics and Nanophotonics

  • Superoscillations: Theoretical Aspects and Applications

    Superoscillations: Theoretical Aspects and Applications

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