I am a Lecturer at the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering. My current research concentrates on terahertz electronics and on electromagnetic sensors for security and defence. I have also conducted research on metamaterials, biomedical and polarisation optics.
I joined Imperial College in 2009 on a Newton International Fellowship awarded by the Royal Society. In 2011-2014, I was an Imperial College Junior Research Fellow.
Between 2007 and 2009, I was a postdoctoral researcher at the Universities of Osnabrueck and Erlangen-Nuremberg in Germany. I obtained a PhD degree in 2007 from the Department of Physics of the University of Osnabrueck.
To potential PhD students
I am always interested to hear from students wishing to pursue a PhD degree and having a strong background in electromagnetic theory. Note, however, that I can provide no funding opportunities, and students will be expected to self-fund their studies.
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Sydoruk O, Choonee K, Dyer GC, 2015, Transmission and Reflection of Terahertz Plasmons in Two-Dimensional Plasmonic Devices, Ieee Transactions on Terahertz Science and Technology, Vol:5, ISSN:2156-342X, Pages:486-496
Panteli C, Fobelets K, Sydoruk O, Graphene Suspended on Silicon Nanowire Arrays for Enhanced Gas Sensing, 231st ECS Meeting, ISSN:2151-2043
et al., Through graphene etching of porous Si by electroless metal assisted chemical etching, MNE
et al., 2016, Modeling terahertz plasmons in coupled semiconductor resonators, 41st International Conference on Infrared, Millimeter, and Terahertz Waves (IRMMW-THz), IEEE, ISSN:2162-2027