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optics of nanostructures science technology applications sergey v gaponenko

Optics of Nanostructures:Science, Technology, ApplicationsSergey V. Gaponenko

Institute of Molecular and Atomic PhysicsNational Academy of Sciencs of Belarus

institute of molecular and atomic physics
Institute of Molecular and Atomic Physics

Established in 1992 (separated from the Inst. Physics)

Staff: 160 total (30 Dr. of Sci, 70 Ph.D)

Research topics:

  • Plasma physics and atomic spectroscopy
  • Molecular spectroscopy
  • Photobiophysics
  • Physics of nanostructures

12 research laboratories

Journal of Applied Spectroscopy publisher (since 1964)

basic principles
Basic Principles
  • Photonic crystal ideology
  • Quantum size effects in semiconductor nanocrystals
  • Surface enhanced optical processes
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Anisotropic light scattering in nanoporous materialsLutich, Gaponenko, Gaponenko, Sokol, APL, 2003 in press
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Light convertor for Si photodetectorsMain advantage versus organic luminophores:high photostability
principal publications
Principal publications

A. Kapitonov, A. Stupak, E. Petrov, S. Gaponenko, A.Rogach, A. Eychmueller. Photoluminescence of CdTe nanocrystals in aqueous solution. J. Phys. Chem. 103, 10109 (1999).

M.Artemyev, A.Bibik, L.Gurinovich, S.Gaponenko, U.Woggon. Evolution from individual to collective electron states in a quantum dot ensemble. Phys. Rev. B 60,1504-1506 (1999)

M. Artemyev, L. Gurinovich, A. Stupak, S. Gaponenko. Luminescence of CdS Nanoparticles Doped with Mn.

Phys. stat. sol. (b) 224, 191 (2001)

surface enhanced optical processes
Surface enhanced optical processes

Enhanced Raman scattering

Enhanced Photoluminescence

high sensitive sers molecular analysys gaponenko gaiduk kulakovich et al j etp lett 2001 74 324
High-sensitive SERS molecular analysysGaponenko, Gaiduk, Kulakovich et al. JETP Lett. 2001,74,324.
basic technologies
Basic Technologies
  • Electrochemical etching
  • Colloidal chemistry
  • Sol-gel processes
  • High-energy plasma flow processes
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CdSe nanocrystals СdTenanocrystals

Gaponenko et al. Gaponenko et al. J. Appl. Phys. 1995, JETP lett. 1998

In cooperation with Belarussian Sate University

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Colloidal crystalsPetrov, Bogomolov, Kalosha, Gaponenko, PRL 1998cooperation with Russian Academy of Sciencesand Inst. Powder Metallurgy
high energy plasma flow processes
High-energy plasma flow processes
  • discharge duration — 100  150 sec;
  • peak current — 50  120 kA;
  • plasma velocity — (3  7)x106 cm/sec;
  • electron density — 1016 1018 cm-3;
  • plasma temperature — 2  4 eV
tasks
Tasks
  • Novel luminophores and efficient light emitting devices
  • Spectral transformers for silicon solar cells and photodetectors
  • Ultrasensitive chemical analysis
  • Si surface processing
current projects
Current projects
  • National program “Electronics”
  • National program “Nanotechnologies”
  • National program “Plasma dynamics”
  • National Basic Res. Fnd. Projects (5)
  • International INTAS projects (2 projects)
  • NATO for Peace project
  • Int. Sci. Techn. Center project
  • Volkswagen Shiftung project
  • Cooperaton agreement with Swiss Sherer Institute
  • European network of excellence “Nanophotonics”
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