Aim: study of quantum and nonlinear optical effects under conditions of strong localization in electrodynamic systems, in particular optical waveguides and microcavities, as well as in two-dimensional materials and structures (graphene, quantum wells) and Weyl semimetals. When studying the effects associated with the quantum nature of light, in a situation where it is not a question of achieving ultrahigh intensities, the localization of the field, nevertheless, can significantly affect the processes occurring.
1. Study of nonlinear optical and quantum optical effects in graphene, Weyl semimetals and quantum wells
2. Study of the quantum-correlation characteristics of low-photon fields generated in a 2D quantum well placed in an external electrodynamic system