Karazin Kharkiv National University     School of Radiophysics, Biomedical Electronics and Computer Systems
   Home page

   Staff of department

   History

   Educational Activities

   Scientific activity

   Notable alumni

   Photo Collection

   Conferences
 
   Contacts

 
  

CONSTANTIN S. BELOSHENKO
Ph.D. in Physics and Mathematics, Associate Professor

Constantin S. Beloshenko from 2003 to 2007 was a student in the School of Physics of the V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University (KNU). In 2005-2007 years he was the head of the Student Scientific Society of KNU; 2002-2005 head of the Student Scientific Society of the School of Physics of KNU. In 2007-2011 years he was a graduate student at the Department of Physical Optics Faculty in the Schoolof Physics KNU.

From 2011 to 2012 Senior laboratory assistant of the department of physical optics, since 2012 Senior Researcher, of the Department theoretical physics, and from 2015 Associate Professor, Department of Quantum Radiophysics KNU.

Main scientific activities: quantum and electromagnetic phenomena in complex and random media, periodic nano-structures, composition materials, photonic crystals and metamaterials; THz system; biomedical applications; numerical methods; Electronics and timing analysis of digital signals.

Awards: Diploma of Kharkov regional administration "For scientific and social work"; Rector V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University diploma "For scientific and social work".

 

Major publications:

1.   L.A. Ageev, K.S. Beloshenko, E.D. Makovetsky, V.K. Miloslavsky Self-difraction effect observation and recording the holographic one-dimensional and two-dimensional gratings in thin photosensitive films // Functional Materials. - 2007. - V.14. 3. - .290-294.

2.   L.A. Ageev, K.S. Beloshenko, E.D. Makovetsky, V.K. MiloslavskyImplantetion of periodic structures formed by silver particles into quartz glass // Optics and Spectroscopy. -2009-, V. 107,. -. 5. - .796-802.

3.   Beloshenko K.S. et. all. Implantation of a holographic structure and waveguide periodic structures formed by silver nanoparticles into AgCl-Ag film and quartz glass [// Fuctional Materials - 2010. -V.17. 2. - .256-261.



                
Department of Quantum Radiophysics
RBECS School
V.N. Karazin KhNU