V. M. Muravev

Institute of Solid State Physics RAS, Chernogolovka, Moskovskaya, Russia

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Publications (16)37.18 Total impact

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    ABSTRACT: The microwave transmission of a two-dimensional electron stripe placed on a metallic patch resonator is studied. An ultrastrong coupling of the cyclotron plasmon with a resonator photon mode is identified in the regime, where the plasmon frequency is much greater than the photon frequency. In the zero magnetic field, it is established that the polariton frequency is determined exclusively by the resonator photon frequency and the electron system—resonator overlap factor. Polariton magnetodispersion is studied as a function of electron density, resonator sizes, and stripe dimensions.
    Physical Review B 01/2013; 87(4):045307. · 3.66 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: A high-speed room temperature THz imaging system is developed. The sensor consists of an array (64×64) of plasmonic semiconductor detectors. The detectors have broadband responsivity of up to 20 V/W in the frequency range 10 GHz - 1 THz. Pixel-to-pixel deviation of the sensor parameters is not larger than 20%. The sensor with an amplification electrical circuit provide shot times of 100 ms. The sensor is fabricated using standard semiconductor fab cycles. Therefore, the device is an ideal object for low-cost mass production.
    Infrared, Millimeter, and Terahertz Waves (IRMMW-THz), 2013 38th International Conference on; 01/2013
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    ABSTRACT: We report observation of high-Q resonance in the photoresponse of a detector embedded in the 2D photonic crystal slab (PCS) microcavity illuminated by terahertz radiation. The detector and PCS are fabricated from a single GaAs wafer in a unified process. The influence of the period of PCS lattice, microcavity geometry, and detector location on the resonant photoresponse is studied. The resonance is found to originate from coupling of the fundamental PCS microcavity photon mode to the detector. The phenomenon can be exploited to devise a spectrometer-on-a-chip for terahertz range.
    Physical Review B 12/2012; 86(23):235144. · 3.66 Impact Factor
  • I. V. Andreev, V. M. Muravev, I. V. Kukushkin
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    ABSTRACT: Investigation of acoustic edge magnetoplasma excitations in micrometer two-dimensional electron disks has been carried out. It has been shown that additional acoustic edge magnetoplasma modes associated with the existence of incompressible strips in the two-dimensional electron system caused by Zeeman spin splitting can appear in the system at temperatures below the Zeeman energy. The magnetic dispersion of the first “spin” branch of acoustic edge magnetoplasmons has been studied. It has been shown that this mode vanishes as the filling factor ν = 1 is approached. The dependence of the relative amplitude of acoustic edge magnetoplasmons on the filling factor has also been investigated.
    JETP Letters 09/2012; 96(8):536-540. · 1.52 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: Acoustic edge magnetoplasmon (AEMP) modes are detected in a wide range of magnetic fields by the resonant microwave absorption technique. It is established that in the case of a smooth edge of a two-dimensional electron system, the resonant signal is strongly enhanced with the AEMP excitation, whereas in the case of an abrupt edge, these modes are strongly damped. One fundamental mode and three AEMP modes are observed, and it is shown that the number of AEMP modes is directly related to the filling factor value. As a result, a sequence of abrupt terminations of AEMP modes is observed at the integer filling factors, in accordance with the number of edge compressible strips available in the electron system. Also the dependence of the relative AEMP amplitude versus the filling factor is addressed.
    Physical Review B 09/2012; 86(12):125315. · 3.66 Impact Factor
  • V. M. Muravev, I. V. Kukushkin
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    ABSTRACT: We demonstrate that the introduction of a defect in the form of an electron density step into a two-dimensional electron system (2DES) locally rectifies the alternating potential of plasma waves. The rectification mechanism is active at temperatures up to room temperature. We observe photovoltage oscillations in a back-gated 2DES with a density defect, when tuning the density under incident subterahertz radiation. The oscillations originate from the interference of 2D plasma waves excited by subterahertz radiation. The period of oscillations depends on the radiation wavelength. These phenomena can be exploited further to produce detectors/spectrometers for millimeter waves.
    Applied Physics Letters 02/2012; 100(8). · 3.52 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: Resonant microwave absorption by two-dimensional electrons has been measured using coplanar and strip methods. The influence of the edge of a two-dimensional system on the dispersion of edge magnetoplasmons has been studied. It has been found that the edge width can be varied within wide limits (by almost two orders of magnitude) by changing the etching depth of the crystal. It has been shown that the edge of the electron system in the case of etching through the quantum well has a width of about 0.2 μm, whereas the edge in the case of shallow etching (e.g., down to the donor layer) is smooth and can be as wide as 12 μm. The influence of a logarithmic factor, depending on the edge width of the electron system, on edge magnetoplasma excitations dispersion has been studied.
    JETP Letters 01/2011; 94(2):137-141. · 1.52 Impact Factor
  • Physical Review B. 01/2011; 83:1-4.
  • Physical Review B. 01/2011; 83:1-5.
  • V. Muravev, I. Kukushkin
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    ABSTRACT: A miniature high speed tera- and gigahertz electromagnetic radiation detector/spectrometer has been created. The operation principle is based on the excitation of distinct sets of plasma modes in the two-dimensional electron system (2DES) of semiconductor AlGaAs/GaAs heterostructure with embedded nonlinear defect. The technique performs up to room temperature and may be used in variety of applications.
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    ABSTRACT: The plasmon microwave response of symmetric and asymmetric stripes of two-dimensional electrons with different boundary conditions has been studied. The symmetric case corresponds to stripes either without ohmic contacts or with ohmic contacts on both sides, while the contact in asymmetric stripes is present only on one side. It has been shown that there is a frequency shift of the observed plasma modes in asymmetric stripes. The lowest-frequency mode becomes a previously unobserved mode for which the quarter wavelength of the plasmon coincides with the length of the stripe. The behavior of the lowest mode and its multiple frequencies in asymmetric stripes has been studied under variation of the magnetic field, electron density, and temperature and size of the stripes. The results indicate that all plasma modes in symmetric and asymmetric stripes have the same physical nature.
    JETP Letters 01/2010; 92(7):466-469. · 1.52 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: The nonlinear plasmon response of a two-dimensional electron system with an incorporated defect to monochromatic and bichromatic microwave radiation has been investigated. The operation of an electronic device (mixer) based on the plasmon response with a record operational speed has been demonstrated and analyzed. It has been found that the system response time is no more than τ = 25 ps. It has been shown that the nonlinear response of the system is caused by a new physical mechanism of nonlinearity induced by the presence of an inhomogeneity in the electron system.
    JETP Letters 01/2009; 90(3):197-201. · 1.52 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: Plasmonic crystal effects analogous to photonic crystal phenomena such as zone folding and gap opening were observed for edge magnetoplasmons in a two-dimensional electron system with a periodically corrugated boundary at microwave frequencies. Magnetic field dependent photovoltage data provide unequivocal evidence for Bragg reflection. Band gaps up to fifth order were observed. These gaps were investigated as a function of the electron density, the magnetic field, and the periodicity to demonstrate the tunability of the dispersive properties of these plasmonic crystals.
    Physical Review Letters 12/2008; 101(21):216801. · 7.73 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: Magnetic oscillations of the photovoltage in a two-dimensional electron system with the back gate, exposed to microwave radiation, are studied. The oscillations result from the interference of screened edge magnetoplasmons (EMPs). The mean free path of the EMPs is quantitatively determined by analyzing the dependence of the oscillation amplitude on the electron density. The dependences of the mean free path of the EMPs on the two-dimensional electron density, microwave frequency, electron relaxation time, and the magnetic field are studied. It is found that the dependences agree qualitatively with the known theoretical calculations. PACS numbers67.57.Lm-76.60.-k
    JETP Letters 01/2008; 87(10):577-580. · 1.52 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: The microwave response of a two-dimensional electron system with a nearby in situ grown back gate has been investigated in transport. Several resonant absorption peaks are detected in the magnetoresistance and can be assigned to the excitation of collective magnetoplasma modes. The results are compared with data measured on a similar electron system but without gate. The two-dimensional plasma spectrum is drastically altered by the gate and exhibits a linear dispersion instead of the conventional square-root dependence anticipated from theoretical considerations.
    Physical review. B, Condensed matter 05/2007; 75(19). · 3.66 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: Transport and optical detection schemes are used for the investigation of resonant microwave absorption of two-dimensional electrons in stripes with different sizes. Fundamental and several excited transverse collective magneto-plasma modes have been detected. The transport and optical methods are found to be in good agreement with each other. The influence of retardation on the collective excitations is investigated in wide stripes with large electron densities.
    Physical Review B 01/2006; 73(11). · 3.66 Impact Factor

Publication Stats

60 Citations
37.18 Total Impact Points


  • 2006–2013
    • Institute of Solid State Physics RAS
      Chernogolovka, Moskovskaya, Russia
  • 2008–2012
    • Russian Academy of Sciences
      • Institute of Solid State Physics
      Moskva, Moscow, Russia
  • 2007–2008
    • Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research
      Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany