The plasmonics laboratory is conducting world-class research in the field of plasmonic nanostructures and metamaterials for the needs of biomedicine and nanoelectronics, as well as for microwave photonic applications. Discover more >>
Full Professor, Head of Laboratory
Integrated microwave photonics
Nanofabrication and Nanotechnology
High-performance computing for integrated photonics
Nanofabrication. Jeol JSM-7200F PRIME + Xenos XPG2
Development of integrated circuits and devices for applications in nanoelectronics, sensorics, plasmonics, photonics and nanobiomedicine.
Optical spectroscopy. Raman spectroscopy and confocal imaging
Silicon- and plasmonics-based nanophotonics is an emerging technology offering novel solutions in different areas of applications including bio-applications, sensing and communicational systems for optics and electronics.
Oxford Plasma Pro 100
Plasma chemical etching and deposition unit. It forms nanostructures in silicon and other materials.
”Digital twin” methodology development, hybrid modeling and model verification using advanced digital techniques. Concentration on the Systems-Driven Product Development methodology and tools.