Spin-Optics Laboratory in St. Petersburg State University
•Theory of light-matter coupling in semiconductor hetersotructures: exciton-polaritons.
•Optics of quantum dots.
•Cavity quantum electrodynamics. Microcavities, theory of polariton lasers.
•Bose-Einstein condensation and superfluidity.
•Partially disordered semiconductor systems. Rayleigh scattering. Weak localization.
•Photonic crystals: negative refraction, Bloch oscillations of light.
•Magnetic polarons. Bi-polarons and collective magnetic polarons.
•Superconductivity. Concept of light-mediated superconductivity. Plasmons. Concept of Tamm surface plasmons.
•Electron-nuclear spin dynamics in semiconductor nanostructures
•Optical study of semiconductor nanostructures (quantum wells and quantum
•Ultrafast optical spectroscopy of semiconductor nanostructures
•Spin dynamics in semiconductor nanostructures
•Spin dynamics of excitons and carriers in semiconductor
•Hyperfine interaction of electron and nuclear spins in quantum wells and quantum dots
•Optical detection of nuclear magnetic resonance in semiconductors
•Polariton condensates in semiconductor microcavities
•Optical orientation of nuclear spins in quantum dots
•Photo-induced Kerr rotation in quantum wells
•Time resolved measurements of nuclear-spin dynamics in charged quantum dots
•Optical detection of nuclear magnetic resonance in solid state
- Photon-matter coupling in semiconductor nanostructures
- Electron and nuclear spin dynamics in quantum dots
- Bose-Einstein condensation and superfluidity of exciton-polaritons in microcavities