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NAZAR O. KOVALENKO
Ph.D. in Physics and Mathematics, Associate Professor

Education (degrees, dates, universities)

1998 M. S.

Kharkiv State University, Ukraine (Radiophysics and electronics)

2003 Ph. D

Institute for Single Crystals NAS of Ukraine (Physics of semiconductors and dielectrics)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Career/Employment (employers, positions and dates)

1997-1999

Engineer      

Institute for Single Crystals NAS of Ukraine, Kharkiv, Ukraine

1999-2002

PhD Student           

Institute for Single Crystals NAS of Ukraine, Kharkiv, Ukraine

2002-2003

Engineer      

Institute for Single Crystals NAS of Ukraine, Kharkiv, Ukraine

2003

Junior Research Scientist

Institute for Single Crystals NAS of Ukraine, Kharkiv, Ukraine

2003-2006

Research Scientist

Institute for Single Crystals NAS of Ukraine, Kharkiv, Ukraine

2006-2009

D.Sc. Student         

Institute for Single Crystals NAS of Ukraine, Kharkiv, Ukraine

2009-2012

Senior Research Scientist

Institute for Single Crystals NAS of Ukraine, Kharkiv, Ukraine

2012 2016

Head od Department

Institute for Single Crystals NAS of Ukraine, Kharkiv, Ukraine

2016-to date

Senior Research Scientist

Institute for Single Crystals NAS of Ukraine, Kharkiv, Ukraine

 

Main field of activity and current research interest

Crystal growth by Bridgman method of AIIBVI compounds and its solid solutions for active elements of tunable IR lasers, semiconductor radiation detectors, nonlinear optics

 

Publications and patents

35 original articles, 9 patents

 

Selected recent publications:

1.   Davydov, L., Fochuk, P., Zakharchenko, A., Kutny, V., Rybka, A., Kovalenko, N., Sulima, S., Terzin, I., Gerasimenko, A., Kosmyna, M., Sklyarchuk, V., Kopach, O., Panchuk, O., Pudov, A., Bolotnikov, A. E., James, R. B. Improving and Characterizing (Cd,Zn)Te Crystals for Detecting Gamma-Ray Radiation, IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, 2015, V.62, issue 4. P. 1779-1784.

2.   Sorokin E. V., Komar V. K., Puzikov V. M. , Zagoruiko Yu. A., Gerasimenko A. S., Kovalenko N. O., Kapustnik A. K., Sorokina I. T. Spectroscopy and tunable continuous-wave operation of Cr2+:Zn1-xMgxSe single crystal around 2.5 um, Quantum Electronics, 2015 V. 45 issue 4, P. 301-304.

3.   Jelínková H., Doroshenko M. E., Jelínek M., Šulc J., Němec M., Kubeček V., Zagoruiko Y. A., Kovalenko N. O., Gerasimenko A. S., Puzikov V. M., Komar V. K. Fe:ZnSe and Fe:ZnMgSe lasers pumped by Er:YSGG radiation,Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering, 2015, 9342, art. no. 93421V.

4.   M. E. Doroshenko, V. V. Osiko, H. Jelínková, M. Jelínek, M. Němec, J. Šulc, N. O. Kovalenko, A. S. Gerasimenko, V. M. Puzikov, Spectroscopic and laser properties of Cr2+ ions in Zn1−xMgxSe solid solutions, Optical Materials, Volume 47, September 2015, Pages 185-189.

5.   Jelinkova H., Doroshenko M. E., Šulc J., Jelínek M., Nemec, M., Zagoruiko Y.A., Kovalenko N. O., Gerasimenko A. S., Puzikov V. M., Komar V. K., Iron bulk lasers working under cryogenic and room temperature, Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering, 2014, 9441, art. no. 94410D.

6.   Jelinková H., Doroshenko M.E., Němec M., Šulc J., Jelínek M., Vyhlídal D., Kubeček V., Zagoruiko Y.A., Kovalenko N.O., Gerasimenko A.S., Puzikov V.M., Komar V.K., Gain-switched Fe:ZnMgSe laser oscillation under cryogenic temperature, Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering, 2014, 8959, art. no. 89592.

7.   Nasieka I., Boyko M., Strelchuk V., Kovalenko N., Gerasimenko A., Starzhinskiy N., Zhukov A., Zenya I., Sofronov D., Optical characterization of Er-doped ZnSe for scintillation applications, Optical Materials, 2014, 38, pp. 272-277.

 



                
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