Development of optoelectronic devices using single walled cacbon nanotubes and hybrid materials and infrared spectroscopy methods
Kopylova D.S., Boldyrev N.Yu., Yakovlev V.Ya., Gladush Yu.G., Nasibulin A.G. “Bolometer based on single-walled carbon nanotubes and hybrid materials”, Quantum Electronics (accepted for publication).
Gladush Yu.G., Medvedkov O.I., Vasilev S.A., Kopylova D.S., Iakovlev V.Ia., Nasibulin A.G. “Control of a resonant wavelength of fibre Bragg gratings using a resistive coating based on single-walled carbon nanotubes”, Quantum Electronics. 2016. 46 (10), P. 919–923
Kopylova D.S. and Pelivanov I.M. “Nonlinear optoacoustic transformation in the system of dielectric substrate/submicron metal coating/liquid”, J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 130 (4), October 2011
Pelivanov I.M., Kopylova D.S., Podymova N.B., Karabutov A.A. “Optoacoustic Technique for Thickness Measurement of Submicron Metal Coatings”, Laser Physics. 2009. V. 19. №6. P. 1350-1360.
Pelivanov I.M., Kopylova D.S., Podymova N.B., Karabutov A.A. “Optoacoustic method for determination of submicron metal coating properties: Theoretical consideration”, J. Appl. Phys. 2009. V. 106. P. 013507(1)-013507(8).
Kopylova D.S., Pelivanov I.M., Podymova N.B., Karabutov A.A. “Thickness Measurement for Submicron Metallic Coatings on a Transparent Substrate by Laser Optoacoustic Technique” Acoustical Journal, 2008, Vol. 54(6), P. 905–913.
2006 – 2011 PhD in Physics and Mathematics, Laboratory of Laser Optoacoustics, Physical Department, Moscow State University, Russia
PhD thesis title: “Diagnostics of submicron metal coatings on dielectric substrate by laser optoacoustic method”. Supervisor: Prof I. Pelivanov.
1999 – 2006 BA and MSc in Physics, Physical Department, Moscow State University, Russia GPA 4.8/5.0
Dissertation title: “Optoacoustic transformation in three-layered system: quartz substrate – metal film – liquid”. Supervisor: Prof I. Pelivanov.