In 2014, I graduated in Materials Engineering, Department of Chemistry, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology (“Optical properties of plasmonic nanoparticles”). In 2015, I graduated in Nanoengineering, Technical Physics, Master in the Faculty of Fundamental Problems of Technology, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology (“Nonlinear optical measurements of the glasses with the plasmonic and rare-earth adducts”). In 2016, I graduated MONABIPHOT studies (“Optical characterisation of new organic crystals”). Among my scientific interests are mainly plasmonics, nanophotonics and nonlinear optics. Currently, I am PhD student in the Advanced Materials Engineering and Modelling Group at Wroclaw University of Science and Technology.
I join my two great passions: astronomy and photography. I like hitchhiking.
- R. Deska, K. Sadecka, J. Olesiak-Bańska, K. Matczyszyn, D. Pawlak, M. Samoć, Nonlinear plasmonics in eutectic composites: second harmonic generation and two-photon luminescence in a volumetric eutectic-based Bi2O3-Ag metamaterial, Appl. Phys. Lett. 110 031102 (2017) DOI
- R. Deska, R. Kołkowski, K. Matczyszyn, M. Samoć, Polarization dependence of electric field enhancement in gold nanorods, Poster presentation, PhoBiA Annual Nanophotonics International Conference, Wroclaw, Poland, April 2013
- R. Kołkowski, A. Salomon, M. Zieliński, J. Olesiak-Bańska, M. Gordel, R. Deska, A. Singh, I. Ledoux-Rak, V. Shynkar, M. Samoć, Y. Prior, J. Zyss, Plasmonic nanostructures for nonlinear optics, PhoBiA Annual Nanophotonics International Conference, Wroclaw, Poland, April 2013
- R. Deska, R. Kołkowski, K. Matczyszyn, M. Samoć, Optical properties of plasmonic nanoparticles, Poster presentation, PhoBiA Annual Nanophotonics International Conference & Symposium on Photoactive Synthetic Materials, Wroclaw, Poland, April 2014