Souvik Biswas

Graduate Student

2D Materials, Metasurfaces

Souvik is an Applied Physics graduate student in the Atwater group since the fall of 2017. His research focuses on electrically tunable strong light-matter interactions in van der Waals systems (2D materials). More specifically, his work aims at understanding the fundamental optical properties of black Phosphorus (from monolayer to multilayers) for tailoring excitonic emission at cryogenic temperatures as well as developing room-temperature electro-optic modulators in the telecom band for reconfigurable beam shaping (amplitude, phase, and polarization modulation). Outside the lab, he enjoys good music, food, and binging TV shows.

Available Publications

Nanoscale axial position and orientation measurement of hexagonal boron nitride quantum emitters using a tunable nanophotonic environment

Pankaj K Jha, Hamidreza Akbari, Yonghwi Kim, Souvik Biswas and Harry A Atwater
Nanotechnology 33 (2022) (2021) - Nanophotonics

Broadband electro-optic polarization conversion with atomically thin black phosphorus

Souvik Biswas, Meir Y. Grajower, Kenji Watanabe, Takashi Taniguchi, Harry A. Atwater (2021) - Nanophotonics

Refractive Index Modulation in Monolayer Molybdenum Diselenide

Melissa Li, Souvik Biswas, Claudio U. Hail, and Harry A. Atwater
ACS Nano Letters (2021) - 2D Materials

Highly Strain-Tunable Interlayer Excitons in MoS2/WSe2 Heterobilayers

Chullhee Cho, Joeson Wong, Amir Taqieddin, Souvik Biswas, Narayana R. Aluru, SungWoo Nam, and Harry A. Atwater
Nano Letters (2021) - Nanophotonics

Tunable intraband optical conductivity and polarization-dependent epsilon-near-zero behavior in black phosphorus

Souvik Biswas, William S. Whitney, Meir Y. Grajower, Kenji Watanabe, Takashi Taniguchi, Hans A. Bechtel, George R. Rossman, Harry A. Atwater
Science Advances (2021) - Metamaterials Metasurfaces