Conquering Surface Plasmon Resonance Loss in Metallic Nanostructures

By Mikhail A. Noginov

Norfolk State University

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Mikhail A. Noginov graduated from Moscow Institute for Physics and Technology (Moscow, Russia) with a Master of Science degree in Electronics Engineering in 1985. In 1990 he received a Ph.D. degree in Physical-Mathematical Sciences from General Physics Institute of the USSR Academy of Sciences (Moscow, Russia). The appointments of Dr. Noginov include: General Physics Institute of the USSR Academy of Sciences (Moscow, Russia) Junior Staff Research Scientist, then Staff Research Scientist (1985-1991); Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Ma; Center for Materials Science and Engineering; Post Doctoral Research Associate (1991-1993); Alabama A&M University, Huntsville, AL, Assistant Research Professor, then Associate Research Professor (1993-1997); and Norfolk State University, Norfolk, VA, Department of Physics, Center for Materials Research. Research Associate Professor, then Assistant Professor, currently Associate Professor (1997-present). Dr. Noginov has published one book, three book chapters, two edited SPIE proceedings volume, 90 papers in peer reviewed journals, over 100 publications in proceedings of professional societies and conference technical digests (10 of them invited). Dr. Noginov is a member of Sigma Xi, OSA, SPIE, and APS. He has served as a chair and a committee member on several conferences of SPIE and OSA. The biography of Dr. Noginov is published in Who's Who in America since 2003 and Who's Who in the World since 2004. He regularly serves on NSF panels and reviews papers for many professional journals. Since 2003, Dr. Noginov is a faculty advisor of the OSA student chapter at NSU. Research interests of Dr. Noginov include Random Lasers, Nanoplasmonics, Solid-State Laser Materials, and Nonlinear Optics.

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