Jörg Götte

Lecturer (University of Glasgow)

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Our work on superposition of more than three plane waves without interference in the electrical field has been published in Optica.

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Current affiliation

School of Physics and Astronomy
University of Glasgow
Kelvin Building
University Avenue

+44 141 330-7563

JBG at University of Bristol

I am currently Lecturer in the School of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Glasgow in Scotland.

My expertise spans several areas of optics, reaching from singular optics and the study of the topology of wave fields, to atomic, molecular and nonlinear optics as well as and quantum optics. An important aspect of my work is the dynamics in the interplay between spin and angular momentum in general fields. In particular I am working on:

  • Singular and topological optics
  • Focussed fields and nano-optics
  • Light matter interactions based on angular momentum transfer
  • Spatial and temporal pulse shaping in nonlinear optics
  • Optical beam shift effects
  • Quantum and atom optics for information technologies
  • Electron vortices
  • Molecular chirality

J Phys Communications New and open access Journal of Physics Communications is open for submissions.

Selected publications

K van Kruining, AG Hayrapetyan and JB Götte, Nonuniform currents and spins of relativistic electron vortices in a magnetic field Physical Review Letters 119, 030401 (2017)

RP Cameron, JB Götte and SM Barnett, Chiral rotational spectroscopy, Physical Review A 94, 032505 (2016)

LB Ma, SL Li, VM Fomin, M Hentschel, JB Götte, Y Yin, M R Jorgensen and OG Schmidt, Spin-orbit coupling of light in asymmetric microcavities, Nature Communications 7, 10983 (2016)

N Radwell, R Hawley, JB Götte and S Franke-Arnold, Achromatic vector vortex beams from a glass cone, Nature Communications 7, 10564 (2016)

JB Götte, W Löffler and MR Dennis, Eigenpolarizations for giant transverse optical beam shifts, Physical Review Letters 112, 233901 (2014)

MR Dennis and JB Götte, Topological Aberration of Optical Vortex Beams and Singularimetry of Dielectric Interfaces, Physical Review Letters 109, 183903 (2012)