Maria O. Zhukova

Maria O. Zhukova
ITMO University | SPbNRU ITMO · Department of Photonics and Optical Information Technology

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
Laboratory of "Femtosecond Optics and Femtotechnology" ITMO University http://femtolab.itmo.ru/en/97993/ Nonlinear and linear properties of materials, phenomena arising under the action of femtosecond and terahertz pulses, and also carries out experimental verifications in described fields
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May 2013 - December 2016
ITMO University
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  • Laboratory Assistant

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Projects (6)
Project
femtosecond and nonlinear optics, high field
Project
The main goal of the project is the creation and expansion of quantum models of quantum optics elements in and their application in the basic protocols of quantum communications and quantum informatics, including for the analysis of the information resources of the quantum states they form, analysis of the quantum dynamics of multimode photonic systems as a result of their interaction with various elements, as well as their experimental confirmation.
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ONLINE Poster Presentation Submission Deadline: 20th April 2020 For information on the new virtual poster sessions, please visit: https://www.spb-poem.com/online-poster SPb POEM 2020 is an international conference focused on the most recent critical technological advances and innovations in the field of novel photonic, opto-electronic and electronic materials and systems for a wide range of applications in communications, computations, energy harvesting, bio-chemical sensing and artificial intelligence. It is a unique scientific networking platform to meet, exchange knowledge and establish links between experts from academia and industry. More than 500 delegates will participate in this conference and exhibition. More information on the 2nd European conference on Novel Photonic, Optoelectronic and Electronic Materials Conference can be found at www.spb-poem.com PRESENT YOUR RESEARCH AND ESTABLISH LONG-TERM COLLABORATIONS Due to the global COVID-19 health crisis the SPb POEM 2020 conference format has been changed: - ON-SITE : Autumn 2020 [exact dates to be confirmed] - ON-LINE : 27-30 April 2020 Abstract Submission Deadline: 01 March 2020 Notification of Acceptance: 09 March 2020 Conference Proceedings Submission: 01 April 2020 Proceedings Peer-Review Completed: 15 April 2020 
The conference programme includes: Nanophotonics Symposium Liquid Crystals Symposium Microscopy and Microspectroscopy Symposium 2D Material Symposium THz Optoelectronics and Photonics Symposium Metamaterials and Plasmonic Devices Symposium Smart Biosensors and Bioanalytical Systems Symposium Join the following Plenary, Keynote and Invited Speakers at SPb POEM: Ortwin Hess - Imperial College London Edik Rafailov - Aston University Lorenzo Pavesi - University of Trento Silvia Giordani - Dublin City University Theo Rasing - Radboud University Anvar Zakhidov - ITMO University Pavlos Lagoudakis - Skoltech University/Southampton Vladimir Dubrovskii - IOFFE Institute Marco Peccianti - University of Sussex Mikhail Portnoi - University of Exeter Alexander Gumennik - Indiana University Frank Vewinger - University of Bonn Gerd Leuchs - Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light Pavel Ginzburg - Tel Aviv University Igor Meglinski - University of Oulu Stanislav Leesment - NT- MDT Hugo Aguas - UNINOVA Alexey Glebov - IPG Photonics Corp Sergej Markmann - ETH Zurich Vladimir Antonov - Royal Holloway University of London Philip Walther - University of Vienna Seong Soo Choi - Sun Moon University Mikko Huttunen - Tampere University Xiaoyu Jia - Max Plank Institute for Polymer Research Giovanni Isella - Politecnico di Milano Riccardo Degl’Innocenti - Lancaster University Ihar Babushkin - Leibniz University Hannover Vladimir Chigrin - The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology ! Please note, that starting from October 1st 2019 conference the majority of visitors to St Petersburg are now granted Russian e-Visa. Obtaining the e-Visa to Russia is very simple and quick: you will only need your passport and a digital photo. For more information please follow the link https://evisa.kdmid.ru/en-US/Home/Index We look forward to seeing you at SPb POEM 2020.