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Aleksey V. Arsenin

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Ph.D. Mathematics and Physics, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT), Faculty of General and Applied Physics, 2005. Thesis title: "Modelling and simulation of plasma sources for the microelectronics industry".
M.Sc. 2001, Moscow State Technology University.
B.Sc. 1999, Moscow State Technology University.

2016 - present: Director of the Center for Nanoscale Optoelectronics, MIPT
2014 - present: Senior Principal Research Fellow, Laboratory of Nanooptics and Plasmonics, MIPT
2008 - present: Deputy Head of the Faculty of General and Applied Physics, MIPT
2012 – 2014: Head of the Laboratory of Nanooptics and Plasmonics, MIPT

Reviewer of the Russian Science Foundation (RSF).
Expert of the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS).
Member of the Federal Roster of Experts (FRE), Russia.

Member of the Academic Senate, MIPT

Professional memberships: Member of the Optical Society of America (since 2007)

Room 115 (Main Building), Laboratory of Nanooptics and Plasmonics, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, 9 Institutsky Lane, Dolgoprudny 141700, Russia


Phone: +7 905 712–86–98 

E-mail: arsenin.av@mipt.ru


Honors and Awards:


Grants of the President of the Russian Federation (2011-2012) and (2007-2008).


Main Research Projects (Principal Investigator):


  • 2011-2012 Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, 07.514.11.4086, Development of compact optical interconnects with high bandwidth and low power consumption for high-performance computing systems.
  • 2011-2012 Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, 16.513.11.3117, The structures of the carbon nanotubes as functional elements of the organic light emitting diodes.
  • 2011-2013 Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, 14.740.11.1412, Development of surface plasmon resonance biosensors’ sensitivity improvement methods.
  • 2011-2013 Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, 14.740.11.1388, Development of resonant metal-nanoparticle-based-biosensors’ sensitivity improvement methods.
  • 2014-2016 Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, 16.19.2014/K, Physical principles of loss compensation and amplification of surface plasmon-polaritons in nanoscale waveguide structures and cavities.
  • 2014-2016 Russian Science Foundation, 14-19-01788, On-chip active plasmonic interconnects.
  • 2016-2018 Russian Foundation for Basic Research, 16-29-03432-ofi_m, Research and development of high-sensitivity biosensors based on semiconductor heterostructures and 2D materials.
  • 2016-2018 Russian Foundation for Basic Research, 16-07-00837-a, Highly sensitive biosensor chips based on graphene and other two-dimensional materials for portable electronic devices.


Main Publications:


  1. Y.V. Stebunov, O.A. Aftenieva, A.V. Arsenin, V.S. Volkov, Highly sensitive and selective sensor chips with graphene-oxide linking layer // ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 7, 21727-21734 (2015) [link]

  2. D.A. Svintsov, A.V. Arsenin, D.Yu. Fedyanin, Full loss compensation in hybrid plasmonic waveguides under electrical pumping // Optics Express 23, 19358-19375 (2015) [link]

  3. V.L. Semenenko, V.G. Leiman, A.V. Arsenin, V. Mitin, M. Ryzhii, T. Otsuji, V. Ryzhii, Effect of self-consistent electric field on characteristics of graphene p-i-n tunneling transit-time diodes // Journal of Applied Physics 113, 024503 (2013) [link]

  4. D.Yu. Fedyanin, A.V. Krasavin, A.V. Arsenin, A.V. Zayats, Surface Plasmon Polariton Amplification upon Electrical Injection in Highly Integrated Plasmonic Circuits // Nano Letters 12, 2459–2463 (2012) [link]

  5. Yu. Stebunov, V. Leiman, A. Arsenin, A. Gladun, V. Semenenko, V. Ryzhii, Detection of Modulated Terahertz Radiation Using Combined Plasma and Mechanical Resonances in Double-Carbon-Nanotube Device // Applied Physics Express, 4 (7), 075101 (2011) [link]

  6. D.Yu. Fedyanin, A.V. ArseninSurface plasmon-polariton amplification in metal-semiconductor structures // Optics Express 19, 12524-12531 (2011) [link]

  7. D.Yu. Fedyanin, A.V. Arsenin, Transmission of surface plasmon polaritons through a nanowire array: mechano-optical modulation and motion sensing // Optics Express 18, 20115-20124 (2010) [link]

  8. D.Y. Fedyanin, A.V. Arsenin, Stored light in a plasmonic nanocavity based on extremely-small-energy-velocity modes // Photonics and Nanostructures - Fundamentals and Applications 8, 264-272 (2010) [link]

  9. D.Yu. Fedyanin, A.V. Arsenin, V.G. Leiman, A.D. Gladun, Backward waves in planar insulator–metal–insulator waveguide structures // Journal of Optics 12 (1), 015002 (2010) [link]

  10. D.Yu. Fedyanin, A.V. Arsenin, V.G. Leiman, A.D. Gladun, Surface plasmon-polaritons with negative and zero group velocities propagating in thin metal films // Quantum Electronics 39 (8), 745–750 (2009) [link]

  11. A.V. Arsenin, V.G. Leiman, V.P.Tarakanov, Collisionless electron heating in a very high-frequency neutral loop discharge // Journal of Plasma and Fusion Research Series 8, 1622-1625 (2009) [link]

  12. A.V. Arsenin, V.G. Leiman, V.P. Tarakanov, Heating of electrons in a high-frequency inductive neutral loop discharge // Journal of Communications Technology and Electronics 52, 1064-2269 (2007) [link] [pdf]

  13. A.V. Arsenin, V.G. Leiman, V.P. Tarakanov, Numerical simulation of a high-frequency inductive neutral loop discharge (NLD) // Bulletin of the Lebedev Physics Institute 4, 19-29 (2003) [pdf (russian)]


Patent:

A.V. Arsenin, Yu.V. Stebunov, Biological sensor and method for producing same // RU Patent no. 2527699 (Feb 2013); US Patent Application No. 20150301039 (Oct 2015); CA Patent Application no. 2935101 (Jun 2016) [link]

"Biosensors made from graphene can provide high levels of sensitivity to help speed up the development of new drugs. Aleksey Arsenin and Yury Stebunov of the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology. ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces" - Technology Quarterly | The Economist, 5 December 2015.

The Graphene Invention: From Nobel Prize to SPR Application: "The discovery of graphene and the unfolding of its conductive and chemical properties make it an extremely promising avenue of SPR research and development.  In 2015, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT) researchers submitted patents to the US Patent office for massive-scale graphene and graphene oxide SPR biosensor chips development.  Graphene and graphene oxide sensor chips will soon be available for researchers here in the US".

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