Yuriy Gladush is an Assistant Professor in Laboratory of Nanomaterials of Skoltech. His main research area is optics and laser physics. In Nanomaterials lab Yuriy is responsible for projects related to optical applications of carbon nanotubes and other nanomaterials including fiber laser ultrashort pulse generation and SWCNT bolometer development.
Prior to Skoltech Yuriy was working in Institute of spectroscopy where his research was dedicated to resonance energy transfer in organic/inorganic semiconductor hybrid structures. His PhD, obtained in the same institute, was related to theoretical investigation of nonlinear wave phenomena in Bose-Einstein condensates and optics.
His teaching experience includes one-year Laser physics course in MIPT. In Skoltech Yury provides 6 credit Laser Physics course in PQM program and readds various lectures on optics of nanomaterials in other courses in Skoltech (Optics of Aerosols, Optical applications of carbon nanotubes, etc).
Current projects in laser physics and nonlinear optics:
Current projects in optoelectronics:
2006-2009: Institute for Spectroscopy, RAS, Theoretical department, PhD student. PhD thesis (2009): “Nonlinear waves, generated in supersonic flow of Bose-Einstein condensate past an obstacle, and their optical analogs”.
Sep-Dec 2005: National Engineering School of Saint Etienne, France, student internships. Modeling of the heat flow in laser processing of materials (MATLAB).
2000-2006: M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Physics, Department of General Physics and Wave Processes, student. Specialization – nonlinear optics.
AWARDS & GRANTS
· Russian Foundation for Basic Research grant for young scientist, 2012-2013;
· Dynasty foundation grant for theoretical work for the young scientist, 2008-2010;
· Second prize for Academician Aleksandrov Competition of Physics Papers by Young Scientists, 2008;
· Francisco Palumbo prize for best young scientist contribution at 14th Central European Workshop on Quantum Optics, 2007;
· Participation in various grants for scientific research and device development.