Nonlinear and Extreme Nanophotonics laboratory
Grant Agreement No.: 14.W03.31.0008
Project name: Nonlinear and Extreme Nanophotonics
Name of the institution of higher learning: Lomonosov Moscow State University
Fields of scientific research: Physics
The purpose of the project is to study the interaction of femtosecond visible and near-infrared laser pulses with nanostructured materials.
Objectives: study of optical size and nonlinear effects in single nano-objects (metallic, magnetic, semiconductor and hybrid), as well as in novel photonic materials with anomalous optical nonlinearities, consisting of organized arrays of nano-objects and perspective for the integration of photonics and electronics.
Lukiyanchuk Boris Semenovich
Date of Birth: 22.03.1944
Academic degree and title:
1. PhD (Physics and Mathematics) in P.N. Lebedev Physical Institute, Academy of Sciences of USSR, 1979.
2. Doctor of Sciences (Physics and Mathematics) — Second Doctorate (Habilitation) in General Physics Institute, Academy of Sciences of USSR, 1991.
3. State Professor’s Degree (Physics and Mathematics) from State Highest Certifying Committee of Russian Federation, 1992.
Job Title: Data Storage Institute of Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR)
Field of scientific interests:
Interaction of laser radiation with matter, Chemical processing with lasers, Nonlinear phenomena, Selforganization, Laser-ablation, Theory of nanocluster formation, Photomodification in polymers, Laser Cleaning, Plasmonics
In 1967 he graduated from the Faculty of Physics, Lomonosov Moscow State University. He is a Doctor of Sciences (Physics and Mathematics), a professor at Data Srorage Institute in Singapore, an honorary professor at Johannes Kepler University (Linz, Austria). He was an invited professor Austria, Italy, France, Japan, a member of Scientific Counsels of Russian Academy of Sciences (Chemistry of High Energies and Nonlinear Dynamics). He is an author of 6 monographs and 280 papers, an awardee of the highest Singaporean state award for scientific achievements – President’s Science Award-2013