Sinuhé is a PhD student in the Novel Nanophotonic Phenomena's Group led by Dr. Francisco J. Rodríguez-Fortuño. He graduated in Physics and Mathematics from the University of Oviedo (Spain) where he was also a Computational Assistant. He has participated in several scientific olympiads, acted as a young researcher for CEULAJ & ICMAT (CSIC), and participated in the European Exposcience. His research focuses in near-field and topological photonics systems.
Topological & Polarization Phenomena in Near-Field Photonics
- Complex Polarisation and Evanescent Waves
- Topological Photonics & Vortex Beams
- Light control via Spin-momentum locking
- Skyrmions in Plasmonics & Micromagnetism
- Algebraic Number Theory (OPN Conjeture)
PhD supervisor: Dr Francisco Rodríguez Fortuño