Shorokhov Alexey Vladimirovich

 

DATE OF BIRTH: November 24, 1976
PLACE OF BIRTH: Saransk
MARITAL STATUS: Married

WORK ADDRESS
430005, Saransk, 68 Bolshevistskaya St.
Phone: +79093286131 (mobile), (8342) 290587 (office)
E-mail: alex.shorokhov@mail.ru

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION
2011 – Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, specialty “Optics” (subject: “Infrared and terahertz spectroscopy of nanostructures”), Ogarev Mordovia State University.
2011 – Associate Professor at the Department of Theoretical Physics.
2001 – Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, specialty “Condensed Matter Physics” (subject: “Magnetic and electrodynamic response of nanostructures with potential and geometric confinement”), National Research Lobachevsky State University of Nizhni Novgorod.
1998 – Higher education diploma with honors with qualification “Physicist. Teacher of Physics and Mathematics”, specialty“ Physics ”(thesis topic“ Quasiballistic transport in quantum wires ”.

PRESENT POSITION
2012 – to the present – Professor at the Department of Theoretical Physics, Ogarev Mordovia State University, Saransk.
2004-2012 – Associate Professor at the Department of Theoretical Physics, Ogarev Mordovia State University, Saransk.
2002-2004 – Senior Lecturer at the Department of Theoretical Physics, Ogarev Mordovia State University, Saransk.
2002 – Senior Lecturer at the Department of Theoretical Physics, Ogarev Mordovia State University, Saransk
t Engineering, Information Technologies and Electronics of Penza State University

RESEARCH INTERESTS
• condensed matter theory;
• nanostructures;
• Microwave and THz radiation.

VISITING SCHOLAR
2002 – Institute of Mathematics, Humboldt-University, Berlin, Germany (supported by INTAS grant).
2003 – Department of Physics and Astronomy, Cardiff University, United Kingdom (supported by a grant of the Ministry of Education).
2005-2006 – Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Oulu University, Oulu, Finland.
2008 – Department of Physics, Loughborough University, United Kigndom (supported by a grant of the Russian Foundation for Basic Research).
2009 – Department of Physics, Loughborough University, United Kigndom.
2011 – Department of Physics, Loughborough University, United Kigndom.
2012 – Department of Physics, Loughborough University, United Kigndom (supported by a grant of the British Council in Russia).
2013 – Department of Physics, Loughborough University, United Kigndom (supported by the development program of Ogarev Mordovia State University).
2014 – Department of Physics, Loughborough University, United Kigndom (supported by the development program of Ogarev Mordovia State University).

TRAINING OF HIGHLY QUALIFIED PERSONNEL
One Candidate of Sciences was trained (Khvastunov N.N.), was the head of four Master's thesis.

ACADEMIC AWARDS AND GRANTS
Prize of the European Academy of Sciences for young scientists (2003).
Certificate of Honor of the State Assembly of the Republic of Mordovia for successes in scientific and pedagogical activity (2015).
2002 – INTAS Fellowship Grant for young scientists.
2003 – Grant of the Ministry of Education of Russia for internships in foreign universities and research centers (Cardiff University, United Kingdom).
2006-2007 – Grant of the President of the Russian Federation for state support of scientific research of young Russian scientists -Candidates of Sciences MK-4804.2006.2 “Terahertz Bloch Oscillator”.
2008-2009 – Grant of the President of the Russian Federation for state support of scientific research of young Russian scientists - Candidates of Sciences “Optical properties of quantum dots”.
2008 – RFBR 08-02-09362-mob_z. Participation in the XXXII international symposium on condensed matter theory
2012 – Grant of the British Council for the Internationalization of Higher Education program “Terahertz semiconductor and superconducting electronics”.
2014-2016 – State assignment to higher education institutions of the Ministry of Education and Science of Russia project 2665 “Amplification and detection of microwave and terahertz radiation using semiconductor and superconducting nanostructures”.

MEMBERSHIP IN EDITORIAL BOARDS OF JOURNALS
Member of the Advisory Council of the journal Mordovia University Bulletin (from the VAK list)

INVITED AND PLENARY REPORTS AT CONFERENCES
1. THz spectroscopy of semiconductor superlattices (Mini symposium “Superlattices and Terahertz Radiation” within the framework of second international symposium "Neural Networks and Econophysics: from superconducting junctions to financial markets", Loughborough, UK, 2009).
2. Non-josephson generation of high-frequency radiation by Josephson contacts. (Materials of nano-, micro-, optoelectronics and fiber optics: physical properties and application": 14th International Scientific Conference School. Saransk, 2013).
3. Hot electrons in a superlattice placed in a magnetic field (Third School of Young Scientists on Physics of Nanostructured and Crystalline Materials. Nizhny Novgorod, 2014).
4. New mechanisms of the generation of THz radiation by semiconductor superlattices (International Youth Conference on Physics “Physics. SPb.”, St. Petersburg, 2015).

TOTAL NUMBER OF PUBLICATIONS: 110
32 in editions indexed by Scopus and Web of Science.

MAIN PUBLICATIONS
1. K.N. Alekseev, M.V. Gorkunov, N.V. Demarina, T. Hyart, N.V. Alexeeva, and A.V. Shorokhov. Suppressed absolute negative conductance and generation of high-frequency radiation in semiconductor superlattices. Europhysics Letters 73, 934 (2006).
2. A.V. Shorokhov and K.N. Alekseev. High-frequency absorption and gain in superlattices: Semiquasistatic approach. Physica E 33, 284 (2006).
3. T. Hyart, A.V. Shorokhov, and K.N. Alekseev. Theory of parametric amplification in superlattices. Physical Review Letters 98, 220404 (2007).
4. A.V. Shorokhov, K.N. Alekseev. Quantum derivatives and terahertz radiation amplification in a superlattice. JETP 132, 223 (2007).
5. V.A. Geyler, V.A. Margulis, A.V. Shorokhov. Hybrid resonances in the optical absorption of a three-dimensional anisotropic quantum well. Physical Review B 63, 245316 (2001).
6. V. A. Margulis and A. V. Shorokhov. Hybrid-phonon resonance in a three-dimensional anisotropic quantum well. Physical Review B 66, 165324 (2002).
7. A.V. Shorokhov, N.N. Khvastunov, T. Hyart, K.N. Alekseev. Direct current generation in a semiconductor superlattice under the influence of a bichromatic field as a parametric effect. JETP 138 (5), 930 (2010).
8. A.O. Selskii, A.A. Koronovskii, A.E. Hramov, O.I. Moskalenko, K.N. Alekseev, M.T. Greenaway, F. Wang, T.M. Fromhold, A.V. Shorokhov, N.N. Khvastunov, and A.G. Balanov. Effect of temperature on resonant electron transport through stochastic conduction channels in superlattices. Physical Review B 84, 235311 (2011).
9. F.V. Kusmartsev, V.D. Krevchik, M.B. Semenov, D.O. Filatov, A.V. Shorokhov, A.A. Bukharaev, Yu.I. Dakhnovsky, A.V. Nikolaev, N. A. Pyatayev, R.V. Zaitsev, P. V. Krevchik, I.A. Egorov, K. Yamamoto, A.K. Aryngazin. Resonant tunneling involving phonons and its phonon control. JETP Letters 104, 406 (2016).
10. A.V. Shorokhov, M.A. Pyatayev, N.N. Khvastunov, K.N. Alekseev, T. Hyart, F.V. Kusmartsev. Physical principles of amplification of electromagnetic radiation on negative electron masses based on a semiconductor superlattice. JETP Letters 100, 870 (2014).

 

 

 

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