Radiophotonics Laboratory

The Laboratory is part of the Photonics and 2D Materials Center.
The main focus of the laboratory is the development of a promising field of radiophotonics and elements combining methods for controlling optical radiation by microwave exposure. In addition, the laboratory focuses on the practical study, design, and application of classical antennas and waveguide structures together with advanced developments based on metamaterials and additive technologies for use in communication systems (5G), RFID, and others.

The Laboratory is part of the Photonics and 2D Materials Center. The main focus of the laboratory is the development of a promising field of radiophotonics and elements combining methods for controlling optical radiation by microwave exposure. In addition, the laboratory focuses on the practical study, design, and application of classical antennas and waveguide structures together with advanced developments based on metamaterials and additive technologies for use in communication systems (5G), RFID, and others.

Pavel Ginzburg

Head of Radiophotonics Laboratory

Professional experience
PhD, senior researcher

Dmitry Filonov

Deputy Head of Radiophotonics Laboratory

Education

Sept. 2015 – May 2019

Tel Aviv University, Electrical Engineering Department, Tel Aviv, Israel,

PhD

Sept. 2013 – June 2015

ITMO University, Photonics and Optical Informatics Department, Saint Petersburg, Russia

Master of Science (Photonics and Optical Informatics)

Sept. 2009 – June 2013

ITMO University, Photonics and Optical Informatics Department, Saint Petersburg, Russia

Bachelor of Science (Photonics and Optical Informatics)

Professional experience

June 2019 - Present

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Moscow, Russia

Principal researcher

Deputy head of Radiophotonics Laboratory

Associate professor

June 2015 – June 2019

International Research Centre for Nanophotonics and Metamaterials,

ITMO University, Saint Petersburg, Russia

Research Fellow

June 2013 – Aug. 2015

International Research Centre for Nanophotonics and Metamaterials,

ITMO University, Saint Petersburg, Russia

Head of microwave department

Feb. 2011 – June 2013

International Research Centre for Nanophotonics and Metamaterials,

ITMO University, Saint Petersburg, Russia

Engineer


Academic Interests

all-dielectric nanoantennas and waveguides;

scaling optical devices to microwave frequency range;

metamaterials;

cloaking;

super scatters;

tunable and active materials;

moving media;

RFID;

Contacts
Phone +74987139186
Email filonov.ds@mipt.ru

Tatyana Vosheva

Engineer

Education
Education institution: ITMO University
Professional area: Photonics and optoinformatics
Received degree: Master


Contacts
Phone +74987139186
Email vosheva.ts@mipt.ru

Vadim Porvatov

Technician

Vladimir Burtsev

Technician

Rotating meta-atoms and metamaterials for radiolocation applications

We propose detailed fundamental analysis of electromagnetic scattering fr om rotating metamaterials in application to radilocation needs, wh ere standard GPS-like approaches might fail.

Electromagnetic devices, based on 3D printed metamaterials

The main goal of the program is to develop novel RF components, fabricated with additive manufacturing techniques.

2019

Physical Review B (3.575)

Coupled micro-Doppler signatures of closely located targets

V. Kozlov, S. Kosulnikov, D. Filonov, A. Schmidt, P. Ginzburg

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Nano Letters (12.344)

Biological Kerker Effect Boosts Light Collection Efficiency in Plants

H. Barhom, A. Machnev, R. Noskov, A. Goncharenko, E. Gurvitz, A. Timin, V. Shkoldin, S. Koniakhin, O. Koval, M. Zyuzin, A. Shalin, I. Shishkin, P. Ginzburg

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

2019 IEEE International Conference on Microwaves, Antennas, Communications and Electronic Systems (COMCAS)

Optically switchable scanning antenna

A. Mikhailovskaya, D. Dobrykh, A. Slobozhanyuk, D. Filonov, P. Ginzburg

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

2019 IEEE International Conference on Microwaves, Antennas, Communications and Electronic Systems (COMCAS)

Selective Metallization of Graphene-based Polymers for Volumetric 3D-printed Antennas

D. Filonov, S. Kolen, A. Shmidt, Y. Shacham-Diamand, A. Boag, P. Ginzburg

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

2019 Antennas Design and Measurement International Conference (ADMInC)

Hyperbolic metamaterial platform for realization of efficient wideband directive antennas

I.M. Yusupov, D.S. Filonov

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium - Fall (PIERS - FALL)

Topological States of Interacting Photon Pairs Emulated in a Topolectrical Circuit

N.A. Olekhno, E.I. Kretov, A.A. Stepanenko, P.A. Ivanova, V.V. Yaroshenko, E.M. Puhtina, D.S. Filonov, B. Cappello, L. Matekovits, M. A. Gorlach

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

2020

Nature Photonics (31.241)

Higher-order topological states in photonic Kagome crystals with long range interactions

M. Li, D. Zhirihin, M. Gorlach, X. Ni, D. Filonov, A. Slobozhanyuk, A. Alù, A. Khanikaev

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Physical Review B (3.575)

Diffusion-inspired time-varying phosphorescent decay in a nanostructured environment

D. Kislov, D. Novitsky, A. Kadochkin, D. Redka, A. S. Shalin, P. Ginzburg

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

ACS Photonics (6.880)

Nanoscale Tunable Optical Binding Mediated by Hyperbolic Metamaterials

N.A. Kostina, D.A. Kislov, A.N. Ivinskaya, A. Proskurin, D.N. Redka, A. Novitsky, P. Ginzburg, A.S. Shalin

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Laser Photonics Reviews (9.63)

Nonlinear Nanophotonic Circuitry: Tristable and Astable Multivibrators and Chaos Generator

P. Ma, L. Gao, P. Ginzburg, R. E. Noskov

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Nature Communications (12.121)

Topological edge states of interacting photon pairs emulated in a topolectrical circuit

N.A. Olekhno, E.I. Kretov, A.A. Stepanenko, P.A. Ivanova, V.V. Yaroshenko, E.M. Puhtina, D.S. Filonov, B. Cappello, L. Matekovits, M.A. Gorlach

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Physica Status Solidi (RRL) – Rapid Research Letters, (2.291)

4D Optically Reconfigurable Volumetric Metamaterials

D. Dobrykh, A. Mikhailovskaya, P.Ginzburg, D. Filonov

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

14th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (EuCAP)

Dynamically reconfigurable metamaterial-based scatterer

D. Dobrykh, D. Filonov, A. Mikhailovskaya, P. Ginzburg

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer (3.047)

Efficient computation of arbitrary beam scattering on a sphere

Y. Kashter, E. Falek, P. Ginzburg

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Physical Review B (3.575)

Wire resonator as a broadband Huygens superscatterer

D. Vovchuk, S. Kosulnikov, R. E. Noskov, P. Ginzburg

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

IEEE Photonics Conference, CLEO: QELS_Fundamental Science 2020

Broad-band impedance matching of dispersive waveguides - the white light cavity approach

J. Scheuer, D. Filonov, P. Ginzburg

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Light: Science & Applications (14.520)

Multispectral sensing of biological liquids with hollow-core microstructured optical fibres

T. Ermatov, R. Noskov, A. Machnev, I. Gnusov, V. Atkin, E. Lazareva, S. German, S. Kosolobov, T. Zatsepin, O. Sergeeva, J. Skibina, P. Ginzburg, V. Tuchin, P. Lagoudakis, D. Gorin

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

ITMO University, St. Petersburg, Russia

Tel Aviv University, Israel

The Australian National University, Australia

UNSW Canberra, Australia

City College of New York, USA

College of Sciences, USA