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Anatoly N. Latyshev

Academic degree, academic title, position:
Doctor of Phys.-Mathematical Science, Professor of the Department of Optics Spectroscopy of the Voronezh State University

Scientific specialty in accordance with Sc. D. Diploma:
01.04.05 – optics

Key biography data:
1933 – year of birth
1956 – graduation of Physics Faculty of Voronezh State University
1964 – defense of candidate thesis in chemical science
1984 – defense of doctoral thesis in chemical science
1986 – award with academic title of Professor
Honored Scientist of the Russian Federation

Field of research interests:
The Spectroscopy of Admixture States of the Ionic-Covalent Crystals; the Adsorbed Atoms and Small-Atomic Clusters, their Energy of Interaction and the Photostimulated Migration and Transformation at Low Temperatures; Optical Properties of Small Metal Particles (the Localized Plasmon-Polaritons); the Surface Plasmon-Polaritons; Resonant Interactions of Quantum Systems; Luminescent Methods of Research of Surface States and Nanostructures; the Reversible Record and Luminescent Reading of the Optical Information

Number of published papers:
More than 300

The most significant papers:

  1. Extinction of light by absorbing particles with a small real part of the complex refractive index // Optics and Spectroscopy. 1968. V. 25. No. 4. P. 565 -567. Co-authors: А.S. Sivkov, I.V. Teselkina
  2. The quasimolecular model of adsorbed atoms on a surface of an ionic crystal // Russian Physical Bulletin (Bulletin of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Physics). 1971. V. 35. No. 2. P. 359 – 360. Co-authors: М.I. Molotskii.
  3. The luminescence of silver chloride // Photogr. Sci. Eng. 1979. V. 23. No. 6. P. 338 – 340. Co-authors: L.B. Antacanova, M.A. Kushnir.
  4. The fatigue luminescence of chloride silver // Journal of applied spectroscopy. 1982. V. 37. No. 4. P. 580 – 585. Co-authors: L.B. Atacanova, V.V. Bokarev, Т.V. Voloshina, М.А. Kushnir.
  5. The photostimulation spectra of a flash luminescence of silver chloride // Optics and Spectroscopy. 1982. V. 53. No. 2. P. 364 – 366. Co-authors: V.V. Bokarev, М.А. Kushnir.
  6. The surface photochemical process in silver halide // Physical processes in photosensitive systems on the basis of silver salts, Kemerovo, 1986. P. 55 – 64.
  7. Photostimulated instability of adsorbed clusters and the initial stage of photographic process in silver halide grains // J. Information Recording. 1996. V. 22. P. 339 – 345.
  8. The absorption spectra of metal atoms adsorbed on a monocrystal surface // Journal of applied spectroscopy. 2003. V. 70. No. 6. P. 721 – 724. Co-authors: O.V. Ovchinnikov, S.S. Okhotnikov.
  9. The mechanism of photon activation in solid phase processes. // High Energy Chemistry. 2005. V. 39. No. 6. P. 455 – 461. Co-authors: V.V. Vavilova, V.М. Ievlev, Yu.К. Kovneristyi, O.V. Ovchinnikov, V.N. Selivanov, O.V. Serbin, T.L. Turaeva.
  10. Thermal radiation of two-demensional Bose-Einstein gas of surface plasmons // J. Opt. Sos. Am. B. 2009. V. 26. No. 3. P. 397 – 399. Co-authors: V.А. Buslov, D.А. Minakov, О.V. Ovchinnikov, О.G. Vikin, V.B. Zon, B.A. Zon.
  11. Conversion of sursace plasmon  polaritons into photons: visual observation // Physics – Uspekhi. 2011. V. 54. No. 3. P. 305 – 306. Co-authors: V.G. Kluev, D.A. Minakov, O.V. Ovchinnikov, V.B. Zon, B.A. Zon.
  12. The intensification of luminescence of dye molecules at presence silver nanoparticles // Journal of Optical Technology. 2012. V. 79. No. 1. P. 79 - 82. Co-authors: A.N. Balbekova, V.G. Klyuev, O.V. Ovchinnikov, A.M. Rybalko, T.I. Suvorova, M.S. Smirnov.
  13. Decay of Electronic Excitations in CdS and CdS/ZnS Colloidal Quantum Dots: Spectral and Kinetic Investigations // OPTICS AND SPECTROSCOPY. 2013. V. 115. No 5. P. 651-659. Co-authors: Smirnov M.S., Stasel'ko D.I., Ovchinnikov O.V., et al.
  14. Synthesis of Thin p-Type Rutile Films // SEMICONDUCTORS. 2014. V. 48. No 2. P. 251-256. Co-authors: Ievlev V.M., Kushev S.B., Ovchinnikov O.V., et al.
  15. Absorption Spectra of TiO2 Thin Films Synthesized by the Reactive radio-Frequency Magnetron Sputtering of Titanium // SEMICONDUCTORS. 2014. V. 48. No 7. P. 848-858. Co-authors: Ievlev V.M., Kushchev S.B., et al.
  16. Microwave Synthesis and Luminescence Properties of YVO4:Eu3+ // INORGANIC MATERIALS. 2016. V. 52. No 5. P. 495-498. Co-authors: Tomina E.V., Sladkopevtsev B.V., Mittova V.O., et al.

Number of supervised Ph.D. and Sc.D.:
23 Ph.D. and 4 Sc.D.

Delivered courses:
Spectroscopy of Atom, Spectroscopy of a Solid State, Unradiating Transitions in Substance, Nanosracture Materials, Bases of Optics of a Near Field, Plasmon – Polariton Excitation in the Condensed Environments, Astrophysics

Organizing and Social activities:

  1. Member of the Dissertation Council D 212.038.06, (01.04.05 – optics)
  2. Member of the Editorial Board of the Journal "CONDENSED MATTER AND INTERPHASES"
  3. Member of the Nanotechnology Society (NOR)



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