From June 2 to June 5, with the support of G-RISC (German-Russian Interdisciplinary Science Center) program a course of lectures / seminars on modern problems of optoelectronics and solar energy will be held by Dr. Muhammad Bashouti from the Faculty of Chemistry of Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg) and the Max Planck Institute in the RC “Optical and laser materials research”.
June 2, 15.00 "Optoelectronic properties of Hybrid Si Nanowires".
June 4 11.00 "Plasmonic Structures based Gold for Energy applications".
All are invited to attend!
The magneto-optical trap provides preliminary cooling of the ensemble of atoms to produce Bose-Einstein condensates and degenerated Fermi gases, for precision spectroscopy and frequency standards based on an atomic fountain. Despite considerable progress in cooling atomic gases, the problem of cooling ensembles of complex particles remains urgent. In this connection, a search is being made for universal cooling methods that do not depend on the internal structure of the particles. The application of the feedback method based on measurement of the Bragg backscatter signal is considered to be promising [J. Phys. B 47, 135303 (2014); JETP Lett. 100, 536 (2014)]. At the stage of developing the method, it is reasonable to use atoms preliminarily cooled in MOT as the test particles. Such application of the Magnetooptical trap, which is available in the RC OLMIV, is assumed in Project 11.38.640.2013 in the framework of Activity 2.
February 19, 2015. A meeting of the Users Club of Horiba Jobin Yvon Raman spectrometers and fluorimeters was held in the RC "Optical and laser materials research". The company Horiba Jobin Yvon was represented by Emmanuel Froigneux and Reynald Hurteaux, and the company "Nytek Instruments", the exclusive supplier of Horiba Jobin Yvon products in the Russian Federation - Mikhail Trusov and Anna Nazarova. The meeting was attended by specialists from resource centers "Optical and laser materials research", "Geomodel" and "Chemical analysis and materials research", as well as interested employees of the faculties of Physics and Chemistry. Fruitful discussions were held to discuss new technical solutions in the field of Raman spectrometry and fluorimetry and measurement techniques.
February 17, 2015. A seminar devoted to experimental and theoretical methods for studying femtosecond photochemical processes will be held at 16.00 in the lecture hall 209 in RC “Optical and laser materials research”. The seminar is organized by the Department of Laser Chemistry and Materials Science of the Institute of Chemistry and the RC “Optical and laser materials research”. All are invited!
1. A.S. Mereshchenko, PhD, trainee researcher « The role of the solvent in chemical reactions»
2. M.S. Panov, PhD, trainee researcher «Computational photochemistry»
December 12, 2014 at 14.00 in the lecture hall 209 in RC “Optical and laser materials research” will be a seminar devoted to the discussion of the prospects for the development of time-resolved laser spectroscopy in St. Petersburg State University. All are invited to attend.