Ivanov, Maksym

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Mr. Maksym Ivanov

Doctoral Candidate
Vilnius Univ
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Area of Expertise: singular optics, fiber optics, polarization, optical vortices, orbital angular momentum
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During studying at Taurida national V.I. Vernadsky University I was given general background in physics, particularly in optics and singular optics (included different laboratory investigation).
Also, I worked with different types of laser beams, such as fundamental Gaussian (G) beam, Bessel-Gaussian (BG) beam and array of BG beams, Laguerre-Gaussian (LG) Beam and symmetric and asymmetric arrays of LG beams in free space and after passing along optical axis of uniaxial crystal of LiNiO3 (practical work: generation, formation, management and investigation of properties of the output fields of the beams). Fibre-optics: excitation, cleaved fiber, analyses of output fields of single and multi-mode fibers. Optomechanics: experimental set-up assembling.
• Computer modeling of theory by using programming language Delphi and Embarcadero Delphi 2010 software and Maple;
• Step-by-step developing, creation and adjustment of experimental set-up for experimental investigations;
• Collecting experimental data through CCD camera, voltmeter, ammeter, luxmeter;
• Data processing by using:
o MatLab, Delphi generated software, for instance, “Differential Polarizer” that give possibility to investigate polarization state of out coming radiation, ellipticity, azimuth of ellipse and polarization degree;
o Origin (OriginLab Corporation) for charts and graphs.
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