Size and host-medium effects on topologically protected surface states in bi-anisotropic 3D optical waveguides

Vasily Klimov

Lebedev Physical Institute

Prof. Vasily Klimov is  author of  165  publications and 6 book chapters. In 2009, he issued a book “Nanoplasmonics” that was published in several  international editions. His fields of interest includes quantum electrodynamics, nano-optics, metamaterials and metasurfaces,  quantum and classical optics. His main research achievements include: 1) theory of QCD at high temperatures and densities, 2) theory of coherent emission from carbon nanotubes, 3) theory of spontaneous emission of atoms and molecules near nanoparticles, 4) theory of plasmonic properties of nanoparticles, 5) theory of focusing light and matter waves by negative refraction,  6) theory of topological protection breaking in photonics.


Development of chip to chip optical interconnects   is of great importance for reducing the energy consumption of heavy computations.  Now it is widely believed that optical nanowaveguides with topologically protected... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Vasily Klimov (Lebedev Physical Institute)

Topic Areas

Photonic & plasmonic nanomaterials , Optical properties of nanostructures , Metamaterials


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