Personal Information

Title: Jr. research fellow
Work address: 199034, Russia, Saint Petersburg, ITMO University, Birjevaja line V.O., 14
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Education

Dates: 2002-2005
Name of organization: Australian National University, Australia
Title of qualification: PhD in Physics
Title of thesis: Electromagnetic waves in left-handed metamaterials

Dates: 2000-2002
Name of organization: Nizhny Novgorod State University, Russia
Title of qualification: MCs in Radiophysics
Title of thesis: Parametric emission of radiation from nonlinear waveguiding structures

Dates: 1996-2000
Name of organization: Nizhny Novgorod State University, Russia
Title of qualification: BCs in Radiophysics

Work experience

Dates: March 2010
Work address: Optoelectronics Research Centre, University of Southampton, UK
Title: Visiting Fellow

Dates: 2006-2009
Work address: Research Fellow
Title: Research School of Physical Sciences and Engineering, Australian National University, Australia

Dates: July 2007
Work address: University of Wisconsin, Madison, US
Title: Visiting Fellow

Dates: 2005-2006
Work address: Research School of Physical Sciences and Engineering, Australian National University, Australia
Title: Postdoctoral Fellow

Dates: 2002-2004
Work address: Physics Department, Australian National University, Australia
Title: Physics laboratory demonstrator

Dates: 1996-2002
Work address: Institute for Physics of Microstructures, Russian Academy of Sciences, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
Title: Research Assistant

Research Interests and Background

Dr. Ilya Shadrivov is an active researcher working in a rapidly developing field of metamaterials. His works made a substantial contribution to our understanding of the fundamental properties of composite materials with negative refraction, including waveguiding by metamaterial surfaces and layers, nonlinear properties of metamaterials, bandgap characteristics of periodic structures with metamaterials, optically active metamaterials and creating metamaterial cloaking devices. Some of these results have been highlighted in “The Physicist”, the members’ magazine published by the Australian Institute of Physics, and more recently in the Australian Optical Society News Magazine and SPIE Newsroom. He is a driving force of the first research group in Australia working on left-handed metamaterials, which fabricated the first metamaterial in Australia and also created and characterized the world-first nonlinear metamaterials.

Reviewing for journals

  • Physical Review Letters
  • Physical Review B and E
  • Applied Physics Letters
  • Journal of Applied Physics
  • Optics Express
  • Journal of Optical Society of America A and B
  • Physics Letters A
  • IEEE Journal of Lightwave Technology
  • IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation
  • New Journal of Physics
  • Optics Communications
  • Metamaterials, and others
  • Scientific output

    Dr. Shadrivov has published three book chapters, 65 papers in refereed research journals, and made more than 100 conference contributions. His h-factor (commonly accepted indicator of research performance) is currently 20, which is very high for an early career researcher. Dr. Shadrivov presented 15 invited and plenary talks at national and international conferences.

    List of journal papers