Dr. Luke Sweatlock

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Luke Sweatlock is a Senior Scientist at Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems (NGAS) where he leads an interdisciplinary research effort in engineered optical materials, with particular emphasis on functional metamaterials for active and nonlinear devices.  He received his undergraduate degree in Engineering Physics at Cornell University and Ph.D. in Applied Physics from Caltech.  Dr. Sweatlock is the founding principal investigator of NGAS’ Nanophotonics and Plasmonics Laboratory.

Available Publications

Electronic Modulation of Infrared Rediation in Graphene Plasmonic Resonators

Victor W. Brar, Michelle C. Sherrott, Min Seok Jang, Seyoon Kim, Laura Kim, Mansoo Choi, Luke A. Sweatlock & Harry A. Atwater
Nature Communications (2015) - Plasmonics

Electronic Modulation of Infrared Emissivity in Graphene Plasmonic Resonators

Victor W Brar, Michelle C Sherrott, Luke A Sweatlock, Min Seok Jang, Laura Kim, Mansoo Choi, Harry A Atwater
arXiv (2014) - Plasmonics

Silicon-based plasmonics for on-chip photonics

Jennifer A Dionne, Luke A Sweatlock, Matthew T Sheldon, A Paul Alivisatos, Harry A Atwater
Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics, IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics (2010) - Plasmonics

Frequency tunable near-infrared metamaterials based on VO< sub> 2 phase transition

Matthew J Dicken, Koray Aydin, Imogen M Pryce, Luke A Sweatlock, Elizabeth M Boyd, Sameer Walavalkar, James Ma, Harry A Atwater
Optics Express (2009) - Metamaterials

All-optical plasmonic modulators and interconnects

Domenico Pacifici, Henri J Lezec, Luke A Sweatlock, Chris de Ruiter, Vivian Ferry, Harry A Atwater
Plasmonic Nanoguides and Circuits (2009) - Plasmonics