Optical and Electrical Properties of Hybrid Nanomaterials based on Carbon, Semiconductor, and Metal Nanostructures

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  • Head: Anatoly V. Fedorov

Physical basis of fabrication of ordered metallic, semiconductor, and organic nanostructures: self-organization, photoinduced and template nanoassembly

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  • Head: Anatoly V. Fedorov

Processes of up-conversion, nonlinear quenching, and saturation in new laser crystals and nanostructures based on fluoride and cloride compounds in condition of high pump density

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  • Head: Aleksandra M. Tkachuk

Investigation of formation and photophysical properties of hybrid nanostructures based on semiconductor quantum dots and organic molecules

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  • Head: Alexander V. Baranov

Transfer of energy of photoexcitations in ordered ensembles of nanocrystals

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  • Head: Anatoly V. Fedorov

Investigation of nonradiative energy transport in ordered systems of semiconductor quantum dots

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  • Head: Anatoly V. Fedorov

Investigation of energy and phase relaxation of electronic subsystem of semiconductor quantum dots

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  • Head: Anatoly V. Fedorov

Development of optical methods of diagnostics for relaxation processes of electronic subsystem of semiconductor nanocrystals

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  • Head: Anatoly V. Fedorov

Photoinduced transfer of charge and energy on surface and bulk of condensed matter

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  • Head: Anatoly V. Fedorov
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Anatolii Valentinovich Fedorov

Professor, PhD, Doctor of Science in Optics

ITMO University

Iurii Kuzmich Gunko

professor, PhD

Trinity College Dublin (Ireland)

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