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Research Interests
Professor Levy's field of expertise is in photonics. In recent years he has worked on the development of magnetic photonic crystals in planar geometries. His research presently centers on the physics and applications of magnetophotonic crystals, especially of near-band-edge and near-resonance phenomena. Another focus of his research is on nonreciprocal and unidirectional optical Bloch oscillations.

2012 Optical Society of America Fellow
"For outstanding and fundamental contributions in the areas of magneto-optic and opto-electronic films, and extensions of the theory and applications of magneto-optic photonic crystals." 
Visiting Professor at EIIRIS
Electronics-Inspired Interdisciplinary Research Institute, Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan. 
Michigan Tech Research Award - 2007
Michigan Tech Graduate Mentoring Award - 2003