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Maksim Skorobogatiy, PhD, inj./P.Eng
Professeur titulaire / Full Professor PhD, MIT Physics 2001
MSc, MIT EECS 2000
MSc, McGill Physics 1997
BSc, RIT Physics 1995
Undgr, MFTI FOPF 1991-1994
Resumé

Génie physique
Polytechnique Montréal
Campus l'Université de Montréal
C.P. 6079, succ. Centre-ville
Montréal (Québec)
Canada H3C 3A7
Tel: (514) 340-4711 (3327)
Fax: (514) 340-3218
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Chaire de recherche du Canada Tier I en Photonique terahertz omniprésente

Canada Research Chair Tier I in Ubiquitous Terahertz Photonics


Futurs étudiants:
Les étudiants motivés sont toujours encouragés à appliquer à mon groupe de recherche pour un programme de maîtrise, de doctorant ou même de bac (stage UPIR ou stage d’été). Nos domaines de la recherche actuels sont micro- et nano- photonique, photonique dans mi-IR et THz, senseurs optiques et textiles intelligents.

Prospective Students:
Motivated MSc and PhD students are always welcome to apply. Our current focus is in the micro- and nanophotonics, mid-IR and THz photonics, optical sensors and smart textiles.



Livres / Books:
M. Skorobogatiy
Nanostructured and Subwavelength Waveguides: fundamentals and applications (Wiley, 2012)

350p., 80 figs.
M. Skorobogatiy, J. Yang
Fundamentals of Photonic Crystal Guiding (Cambridge University Press, 2009)

ISBN-10: 0521513286
ISBN-13: 978-0521513289
312p., 108 figs., 21 conceptual problems and solutions


Conférences invitées importantes / Notable invited talks:

THz photonics:
Plastic fibers for terahertz wave guiding (ECOC invited talk, November 2011), 38Mb with audio


Plasmonics:
Design and fabrication of photonic crystal and plasmonic waveguides for bio and chemical sensing, applications from the visible to THz spectral range (FiO invited talk, October 2011), 26Mb with audio


Optical Sensors:
All-polymer Photonic Bandgap Bragg fibers for Bio-chemical Sensors and Fiber Spectrometers (MOC invited talk, November 2011), 21Mb with audio


Textiles Intelligents (FR):
Textiles intelligents autonomes (ACFAS, kiosque invité, Mai 2012), 1Mb


Smart Textiles (ENG):
Photonic textiles, Sensor textiles, and Energy storage textiles: towards developing a leaving, breathing T-shirt (CAP invited talk, June 2011), 6Mb



Actualités de la recherche / Research news:
Our article “Flexible fiber batteries for applications in smart textiles” has been selected by the Smart Materials and Structures for the ‘Highlights of 2015’ collection.
Invited Review Paper: "Nanotechnology in Textiles," ACS Nano, DOI: 10.1021/acsnano.5b08176, Feb. 2016.
Étudiante de notre group de recherche Hichem Guerboukha est nommé un lauréat de juin 2015 du concours Étudiants-chercheurs étoiles par le Fonds Nature et Technologies du Québec pour son travail en conception et applications des guides ondes THz en soie biodégradable (H. Guerboukha, G. Yan, O. Skorobogata, M. Skorobogatiy, "Silk Foam Terahertz Waveguides," Advanced Optical Materials, DOI: 10.1002/adom.201400228 (2014)).
Nature Photonics - Silk foam waveguides, Research Highlights, Nov. 2014.
Nous avons démontré fabrication des guides d’ondes THz en utilisant la mousse de soie purifiée. Les guides d’ondes sont à faible perte et dispersion et ils sont en plus biocompatibles et biodégradables.
We have demonstrated low-loss, low dispersion, biocomptible, biodegradable THz waveguides fabricated using purified silk foams.
Advanced Optical Materials: Silk foam THz waveguides, Sep. 2014.
Notre article a été nommé par la Société Américaine d'Optique comme un parmi les 15 articles le plus cités publiés par JOSA B pendant les 9 dernières années.
Our article was highlighed by the Optical Society of America as one of the 15 most cited articles published in JOSA B over the past 9 years.
A. Hassani and M. Skorobogatiy, ''Design criteria for microstructured-optical-fiber-based surface-plasmon-resonance sensors,'' JOSA B, vol. 24, no 6, 2007, p. 1423-1429).
Étudiante de notre group de recherche Anna Mazhorova est nommée une lauréate de juin 2012 du concours Étudiants-chercheurs étoiles par le Fonds Nature et Technologies du Québec pour son travail en biodétection des bactéries par les ondes THz (A. Mazhorova, A. Markov, A. Ng, et al.,M. Skorobogatiy “Label-free bacteria detection using evanescent mode of a suspended core terahertz fiber,” Optics Express, vol. 20 (5), pp. 5344-5355, (2012)).
Innovation News Daily: 'Smart Clothing' Could Become New Wearable Gadgets.
MSNBC: 'Smart clothing' could become wearable gadgets.
Soft, woven Li-ion battery using thermoplastic solid electrolytes:
New Scientist: Bendy battery gives smart fabrics a charge, Feb. 2012.
Click here for the demonstration video of a woven lithium battery.
Click here for the Journal of the Electrochemical Society paper.
Woven 2D touchpad using soft capacitor fibers drawn from conductive plastics:
New Scientist: Stroke your car seat to pump up the volume, Jan. 2012.
Discovery Channel: Turn up the tunes by touching your car seat, Jan. 2012.
Click here for the Daily Planet episode, Jan. 12, 2012.
Click here for the demonstration video of a woven touchpad.
Click here for the Smart Materials and Structures paper.
December 2011 issue of OPN (OSA): Suspended Core Subwavelength Plastic Fibers for THz Guidance.
SPIE Newsroom - Single step fabrication of highly sensitive biosensors,Aug.2010.
«Des vetements qui en mettent plein la vue grace a la fibre optique. (Fr/Eng)»
In this Code Chastenay documentary Profs. J. Berzowska and M. Skorobogatiy talk about photonic band-gap fibers and their textile applications. Feb. 2010.
Karma Chameleon project. Smart textiles, Photonic Bandgap textiles, Feb. 2009.
Nature Photonics - Colour-tunable textiles, News and Views, Nov. 2008.
Physics Today - Photonic fabric, Back Scatter, Oct. 2008, page 108, © AIP 2008.
Laser Focus World - Low-loss porous terahertz fibers would turn tight corners, Apr. 2008.
Laser Focus World - Photonic-crystal fibers become biocompatible, Feb. 2007.
Photonics Spectra - Biodegradable Holey Fiber Enables Drug Delivery, Jan. 2007.
Nature Photonics - Plasmonics: Sensors tune in, Oct. 2006.
Optics.org - Environmentally friendly fiber takes on medical role, July 2006.
Les possibilités infinies de la fibre microstructurée, Oct. 2006.
The infinite potential of microstructured fibres, Oct. 2006.


Exemples de fibres fabriquées dans notre groupe / Examples of fibers fabricated in our group:

Highly reflective photonic textiles based on Photonic Band Gap fibers,
Futurotextiel 08 exhibition, Kortrijk, Belgium
Color-tunable photonic textiles using Photonic Crystal Fibers
"Colorful" solid core plastic Bragg fibers in the visible
Bodegradable and Biocompatable Microstructured Fiber for In-Vivo Sensing
Hollow Bragg Fiber for Low Loss Radiation Transmission from the Visible to THz
Multicore Porous Fiber for Imaging and Sensing
Multimode Microstructured Fiber for Sensing Applications
Group Poster


Logiciels / Software from our group:

PolyMOF - modesolvers for the Microstructured and Photonic Crystal Fibers, updated Aug. 2007


PolyFIT - statistical imperfection analysis sofware and high resolution 2D tal images, updated Nov. 2005


Aperçus de certaines technologies / Reviews of selected technologies:

Overview of the Smart Textile research conducted in our group, updated Dec. 2011, 6Mb

Bringing nanotechnology into fiber optics, updated Oct. 2009, 9Mb

Overview of the photonic textiles, updated March 2009, 21Mb

Overview of THz waveguides and applications, updated Apr. 2007, 2.1Mb

Overview of Microstructured Fibers for sensor applications, updated Feb. 2006, 1.6Mb

Diapositives de mon cours / Slides from my graduate course "Indroduction to Photonic Crystals"
1) 1D Photonic Crystals (Multilayer stacks), updated Jan. 2005, 1Mb
2) Hollow planar waveguides and multilayer stacks, updated Oct. 2005, 1Mb
3) Quasi-1D Photonic Crystals (Bragg fibers), updated Feb. 2005, 4Mb
4) Battling Imperfection in Photonic Crystals, updated Oct. 2005, 6Mb
5) Some applications of PC's, 5Mb



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