Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Bachelor of Science, California Institute of Technology (Pasadena, CA)
Pawel graduated from Caltech in 2013, where he received his BS in physics with honors. While there, he worked in Axel Scherer's research group applying novel nanofabrication techniques to problems in device physics. Afterwards, he moved to Cambridge where he is currently a PhD student in the School of Engineering and Applied Science at Harvard University. His research focus sits at the intersection of nanofabrication, nanophotonics, and nonlinear optics.
- National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship (NSF GRFP)
- P. Latawiec, M. J. Burek, V. Venkataraman, & M. Lončar. Waveguide-loaded silica fibers for coupling to high-index micro-resonators. ArXiv (2015). at <http://arxiv.org/abs/1511.03332>
- P. Latawiec, V. Venkataraman, M. J. Burek, B. J. M. Hausmann, I. Bulu, and M. Lončar, On-chip diamond Raman laser, Optica 2, 924-928 (2015)
- S. Walavalkar, P. Latawiec, A. Homyk, A. Scherer. Scalable Method for the Fabrication and Testing of Glass-Filled, Three-Dimensionally Sculpted Extraordinary Transmission Apertures, Nano Letters 14 (1), 311-317 (2013)
- S. Walavalkar, P. Latawiec, A. Scherer. Coulomb Blockade in Vertical, Bandgap Engineered Silicon Nanopillars, Applied Physics Letters 102 (18), 183101 (2013)