Theng Loo Lim

MSc Student

Theng Loo Lim received his bachelor’s degree in physics from University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. He is currently pursuing his master’s in physics under the supervision of Prof. Robert W Boyd in the CERC group at the University of Ottawa. His work in Boyd group focuses on understanding nonlinear light-matter interactions in epsilon-near-zero-based materials, and developing new generation optical spectral filter using metasurface.

Contact

Theng Loo Lim, BSc
✉ tlim103@uottawa.ca
Advanced Research Complex
25 Templeton Street,
Ottawa, ON, K1N 6N5

This is a description of Theng Loo Lim's research as a graduate student in Robert Boyd's Quantum Nonlinear Optics group. He focuses on Nonlinear Optics, specifically surface lattice resonance, epsilon-near-zero material, and nonlinear optical effects in time-varying material.