M.Sc. Eng. in physics and nanotechnology from DTU, with specialization in nanophotonics, light-matter interactions, electrodynamics and theoretical and numerical techniques. Since October 2012 Ph.D. student in the Nanophotonics Theory and Signal Processing group at DTU Fotonik.
The goal of the Ph.D. project is to develop optical modeling tools based on the so-called Fourier Modal Method, where solutions of Maxwell's equations in structured materials are determined using modal expansions of the electromagnetic fields. Subsequently, the modeling tools will be applied for studying photonic solid state systems of technological interest, including photonic crystal cavities and waveguides, micropillars and nanowires.
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Multiple-scattering formalism beyond the quasistatic approximation: Analyzing resonances in plasmonic chains
Publication: Research - peer-review › Article in proceedings – Annual report year: 2012
Publication: Research - peer-review › Journal article – Annual report year: 2012
Optical Society of America, United States
FI (2012): 1, ISI indexed (2012): yes
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