Orad Reshef
Dr. Orad Reshef is a Banting postdoctoral fellow at the University of Ottawa. He is passionate about science and about making a dent in the universe. Here, you can find more information on his research and career.
Interesting things happen to light when it travels through a material that has been structured on the nano-scale. We design and implement these kinds of materials to both explore fundamental physics, as well as to engineer novel light-matter interactions.
Latest Publications
Ultra-high-Q resonances in plasmonic metasurfaces. M. S. Bin-Alam*, O. Reshef*, Y. Mamchur, M. Z. Alam, G. Carlow, J. Upham, B. T. Sullivan, J.-M. Ménard, M. J. Huttunen, R. W. Boyd & K. Dolgaleva. arXiv:2004.05202 [physics.optics] (2020). [Link] [PDF]
Enhanced nonlinear optical responses of layered epsilon-near-zero metamaterials at visible frequencies. S. Suresh, O. Reshef, M. Z. Alam, J. Upham, M. Karimi & R. W. Boyd. arXiv:2005.12463 [physics.optics] (2020). [Link] [PDF]
Broadband adiabatic frequency conversion through time refraction using an epsilon-near-zero material. Y. Zhou*, M. Z. Alam*, M. Karimi, J. Upham, O. Reshef, C. Liu, A. W. Wilner & R. W. Boyd. Nature Communications 11, 2180 (2020). [Link] [PDF]