Rahul Kesarwani

Post-doctoral Researcher

Main Fields: Condense matter physics, Excitonic physics, Plasmonics, Nonlinear optics, Thin film growth.

Current Focus: Van der Waals materials, Twisted Light-matter interaction, Quasi-particles (Excitons, trions, etc.), Fabrication of spintronic devices.

Other expertise: Generation of structural light, Low temperature Photoluminescence/Raman, Two-photon absorption, AFM and Spectroscopy ellipsometry.

Background: I have obtained my PhD from Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, Guwahati (INDIA) under Prof. Alika Khare. Thereafter, I have worked at National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei (Taiwan) as Post-doctoral researcher under Prof. Ting-Hua Lu.

E-mail: rahulkesarwani25@gmail.com, rahul.kesarwani@jh-inst.cas.cz.
Tel.: (+420) 777408223
Room: C011 – Cryogenics Laboratory „C“, V-117 (216) – Research and Development  Workrooms „V“, L066 – Heavy Technology Laboratories „L“; Department of Condensed Matter Physics, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University, V Holešovičkách 747/2, Praha 8.

Tel.: (+420) 95155 2735, (+420) 22491 1061

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Selected Publications:
1. R. Kesarwani, et. al., Control of Trion-to-Exciton Conversion in Monolayer WS 2 by Orbital Angular Momentum of Light, Science Advances 8, 1-8 (2022).
2. R. Kesarwani et. al., Assessment of interfacial layer thickness of pulsed laser deposited plasmonic copper thin films via spectroscopic ellipsometer, Optical Materials 93,
98-102 (2019).
3. R. Kesarwani et. al., Correlation between surface scaling behavior and surface plasmon resonance properties of semi-transparent nanostructured Cu thin films deposited via
PLD, RSC Advance 9, 7967-7974 (2019).