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Welcome to GW WavesLab
We are a group of electrical engineers and physicists focused on the optical phenomena associated with nanoscale materials. We are especially interested in near-field light-matter interactions, including plasmonic and non-linear effects, and their applications. Some of our recent advanced experimental and numerical studies are involved with plasmonic devices, 2D layered materials including graphene, and nano structures fabricated with laser ablation.
Even though we are aiming a broad range of the applications, the center point of our research is "multilayered medium". Both experimentally and numerically, we are tying to understand the light-matter interaction in complex environments under different illumination methods. Considering the size of the nanoparticles and thickness of graphene-like materials compared to the wavelength of our interest, a inhomogeneous background can be modeled very accurately using the multilayered approach.
You can read more about our approach to handle wave propagation and scattering in multilayered medium here.
A more detailed information about surface plasmon resonance sensors could be found here.
If you are wondering why people are crazy about graphene, please take a look at here.