Vladimir Liberman

Dr. Vladimir LibermanDr. Vladimir Liberman is a technical staff member in the Chemical, Microsystem, and Nanoscale Technologies Group at Lincoln Laboratory, pursuing research in plasmonics and metamaterials. Prior to joining the Laboratory, he completed his postdoctoral fellowship at the University of California, Santa Barbara, Center for Quantized Electronic Structures, and he was a scientist at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.

Most recently, he has been involved, both computationally and experimentally, with a wide variety of metamaterials-related projects for sensing, light shaping, energy-harvesting applications and nonlinear optical phenomena. In earlier work, he conducted lifetime testing and evaluation of optics for advanced lithographic application, as well as optical characterization of nanomaterials.

Dr. Liberman has coauthored two book chapters and more than 100 papers in conference proceedings and refereed publications.

He received an AB degree in physics from Princeton University and a PhD degree in applied physics from Columbia University. As a graduate student, he conducted research on laser-assisted etching and passivation of III-V compounds.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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