Prof Dragomir Neshev

Prof Dragomir Neshev
Position
QE II Fellow
Department
Nonlinear Physics Centre
Physics Education Centre
Office phone
53792
Email
Office
Le Couteur 2 03
Webpage
http://people.physics.anu.edu.au/~dnn124/
Curriculum vitae
Neshev CV (144KB PDF)
Publication list
Neshev publication list (204KB PDF)

Biography

Dragomir Neshev received the Ph.D. degree in physics from Sofia University, Bulgaria in 1999. Since then he has worked in the field of nonlinear optics at several research centres around the world, including Bulgaria, The Netherlands, Spain, Germany, USA, France, and Australia.

Since 2002, he has been with the Australian National University, where he is currently a Full Professor. He is the leader of the Experimental Photonics group at the Nonlinear Physics Centre.

He is the recipient of a number of awards, including a Queen Elizabeth II Fellowship (ARC, 2010) an Australian Research Fellowship (ARC, 2004), a Marie-Curie Individual Fellowship (European Commission, 2001), and the Academic award for best young scientist (Sofia University, 1999). His activities span over several branches of optics, including nonlinear periodic structures, singular optics, plasmonics, and photonic metamaterials.

Research interests

  • Plasmonics,
  • photonic metamaterials,
  • nonlinear periodic structures,
  • harmonic generation,
  • singular optics,
  • optical solitons.

ScienceWise research articles

ScienceWise Magazine - First Observation of 2D Bloch Oscillations
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