Maxim Makarenko

 

PhD Student

Maxim finished his bachelor and master degree in Physics at Novosibirsk State University (NSU), Russian Federation. His graduation project was in the field of nonlinear optics related to the study of PT-symmetric transition in fiber Mach-Zehnder based interferometer system.

Maxim joined Primalight in Sep. 2018. His research interests are Nonlinear Optics, Computational Electrodynamics,  Nano Photonics, and Machine Learning.

email: maksim.makarenko@kaust.edu.sa

location: building 1, level 4, 4200-WS42

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2019

Fratalocchi, Andrea; Lopez, Arturo Burguete; Makarenko, Maxsim; Getman, Fedor

Flat optics polarizing beam splitter Miscellaneous

App. No. 62/799,324 (Pending), 2019, (50 nm thin metasurface technology for controlling vectorial light beams with 99% experimental efficiency across all the visible and made from inexpensive material with CMOS compatible large scale manufacturing. (App. No. 62/799,324)).

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