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.
Lattice-plasmon induced asymmetric transmission in two-dimensional chiral arrays. N. A. Chaitanya, M. A. Butt, O. Reshef, R. W. Boyd, P. Banzer & I. De Leon. arXiv: 2108.03511 (2021). [Link] [PDF]
Adiabatic frequency conversion using a time-varying epsilon-near-zero metasurface. K. Pang, M. Z. Alam, Y. Zhou, C. Liu, O. Reshef, K. Manukyan, M. Voegtle, A. Pennathur, C. Tseng, X. Su, H. Song, Z. Zhao, R. Zhang, H. Song, N. Hu, A. Almaiman, J. Dawlaty, R. W. Boyd, M. Tur & A. Willner. Nano Letters 21, 5907 – 5913 (2021). [Link] [PDF]
Tunable Doppler Shift using a Time-Varying Epsilon-Near-Zero Thin Film near 1550 nm. C. Liu, M. Z. Alam, K. Pang, K. Manukyan, J. R. Hendrickson, E. M. Smith, Y. Zhou, O. Reshef, H. Song, R. Zhang, H. Song, F. Alishahi, A. Fallahpour, A. Almaiman, R. W. Boyd, M. Tur & A. E. Willner. Optics Letters 46, 3444 – 3447 (2021). [Link] [PDF]