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.
Ultrabroadband three-dimensional invisibility using fast-light cloaks. K. L. Tsakmakidis, O. Reshef, E. Almpanis, G. P. Zouros, E. Mohammadi, D. Saadat, F. Sohrabi, N. Fahimi-Kashani, D. Etezadi, R. W. Boyd & H. Altug. Nature Communications, in press (2019).
Multiresonant high-Q plasmonic metasurfaces. O. Reshef, Md. Saad-Bin-Alam, M. J. Huttunen, G. Carlow, B. T. Sullivan, J.-M. Ménard, K. Dolgaleva & R. W. Boyd. Nano Letters 19, 6429 – 6434 (2019). [Link] [PDF]
Nonlinear optical effects in epsilon-near-zero media. O. Reshef, I. De Leon, M. Z. Alam & R. W. Boyd. Nature Reviews Materials 4, 535 – 551 (2019). [Link]