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Young Researcher - Dr Dimitri Stoliarov - Aston Institute of Photonic Technologies

Updated: Mar 10, 2021

Dimitri graduated in 2012 from the Physics Department of the Ulyanovsk State University. As a part of his PhD program, he joined the Ultrafast and Intense Optics (UIO) group in Optoelectronic research centre (ORC) at Tampere University of Technology (TUT), Finland as a visiting researcher from 2013 to 2015. In 2019 he completed PhD in the Generation of broadband and ultrashort laser pulses in nonhomogeneous fibers. His PhD involved theoretical and experimental research of the evolutions of femtosecond pulses in different types of non-uniform fibers. Modelling and design of novel fiber and hybrid laser systems also featured. He has published in more than 20 publications in journals and conference proceedings. He is the author of 3 patents. He has taken part in major projects, including international ones. His broad experience in both theoretical and experimental research related to the project includes the development of harmonical and high-repetition-rate mode-locked lasers. He also studied high average power mode-locked oscillators and developed laser system for biomedical application. Dimitri will work in the Aston team developing the laser for 2-photon activation and deactivation of phytochromes

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