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: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com.
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
Profile at NANOCARBON:
Profile at websites:
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,
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).