Terahertz Generation via Excitation of Surface States Formed from Spatially Separated Electrons and Holes in Nanocomposites

Oleg Khasanov

Scientific-Practical Material Research Centre, NAS of Belarus

MS in Physics (1971), PhD in Physics and Mathematics (1982), currently Leading Researcher at Scientific-Practical Material Research Centre, National Academy of Sciences of Belarus. Areas of interests:  Nonlinear optics and photonics. Crystal optics. Laser physics. Nonlinear physics and solitons. Singular optics.Coherent control and multidimensional spectroscopy of complex systems.Dynamic holography and single molecule spectroscopy.Phase transitions and critical phenomena. Condensed matter physics and semiconductor physics.Optical spintronics.Electromagnetic phenomena.Fractals and chaos.Computational physics and numerical simulation.


Terahertz (THz) generation in nanocomposites consisted of metal-oxide semiconductor nanocrystals incorporated into a dielectric matrix is studied. We consider the THz emission from excitons formed by spatially separated... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Oleg Khasanov (Scientific-Practical Material Research Centre, NAS of Belarus)
  2. Olga Fedotova (Scientific-Practical Material Research Centre, NAS of Belarus)
  3. Grigory Rusetsky (Scientific-Practical Material Research Centre, NAS of Belarus)
  4. Vladimir Gayvoronsky (Physics Institute NAS Ukraine)
  5. Sergey Pokutnyi (Chuiko Institute of Surface Chemistry)
  6. Eugenijus Gaizauskas (Vilnius University Laser Research Centre)
  7. Virgilijus Vaicaitis (Vilnius University Laser Research Centre)

Topic Areas

Photonic & plasmonic nanomaterials , Optical properties of nanostructures , Nonlinear nano-optics


OS3a-R412 » Optical properties of nanostructures (14:30 - Friday, 15th September, Room 412)

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