Two-dimensional quantum materials, ultrafast spectroscopy, and nonlinear nano-optics.
Optical nonlinearity of exciton-polaritons in nanophotonic systems based on 2D transition metal dichalcogenides
Education and professional activity
Dr. Vasily Kravtsov received his Diploma in 2009 from the Physics Department of Lomonosov Moscow State University and his PhD in Physics in 2017 from the University of Colorado at Boulder, USA. He has worked for several years as a research assistant at the Physics Department of CU Boulder and Joint Institute for Laboratory Astrophysics (JILA), focusing on experimental research in the fields of near-field optics, nanotechnology, and femtosecond laser pulses. In the summer of 2018, Vasily joined the ITMO Fellowship and Professorship Program and is currently a leading research fellow in the Department of Physics, ITMO University. His research interests include two-dimensional quantum materials, ultrafast spectroscopy, and nonlinear nano-optics.
- V. Kravtsov et al., “Nonlinear polaritons in a monolayer semiconductor coupled to optical bound states in the continuum”, Light: Science & Applications 9, 1 (2020).
- T. Jiang, V. Kravtsov et al., “Ultrafast coherent nonlinear nanooptics and nanoimaging of graphene”, Nature Nanotechnology 14, 838 (2019).
- V. Kravtsov et al., “Enhanced third-order optical nonlinearity driven by surface-plasmon field gradients”, Physical Review Letters 120, 203903 (2018).
- V. Kravtsov et al., “Plasmonic nanofocused four-wave mixing for femtosecond near-field imaging”, Nature Nanotechnology 11, 459 (2016).