I am a graduate student at Purdue University in the school of Electrical & Computer Engineering. I work in the field of nano-optics, a border where nanotechnolgy meets optics to deliver optical devices with "mystic" properties.
Room-temperature high-speed control of quantum emitters with plasmonic nanostructures (Conference Presentation)
Ultra-thin, reconfigurable meta-optics using optical phase change materials (Conference Presentation)
Towards sensors and quantum registers using color center in diamond and nanophotonic structures (Conference Presentation)
New material platforms and metasurface designs for nano- and quantum photonics (Conference Presentation)
Effect of photonic density of states on spin-flip induced fluorescence contrast in diamond nitrogen-vacancy center ensembles (Presentation Recording)
Nitrogen-vacancy single-photon emission enhanced with nanophotonic structures (Presentation Recording)