Condensed matter physics
Condensed matter as a broad branch of physics is important not only for fundamental, but also for theoretical positions. The study of regularities in condensed matter behavior is basic for control of material properties, for making new materials, and for development of the up-to-date elements and devices.
Optical strongly correlated systems and spectroscopic methods
The development of light control technologies is a relevant problem of modern physics and engineering. Recently photonic crystals and metamaterials that are media with spatial periodicity of dielectric permittivity and permeability attract much attention in this direction. The photons’ behavior in such media with long-range correlations principally differs from the ordinary homogeneous media. This leads to a large complex of new phenomena, i.e. band gaps, light localization etc.
THz imaging system, and the interaction of radiation with structured materials
Terahertz imaging systems are valuable for different applications: in life safety systems, biomedical applications, for technological and operational control of polymer structures. For the development of such systems it is important to understand the principles of THz propagation in complex materials, including locally ordered media.
International scientific seminars "Fundamental and applied problems of photonics and condensed matter physics"
In November 14 - 16, 2017 the International scientific seminars "Fundamental and applied problems of photonics and condensed matter physics" will be held in BMSTU.
International scientific seminars "Complex (Dusty) Plasma: Interdisciplinary Research"
In November 14 - 18, the International scientific seminars "Complex (Dusty) Plasma: Interdisciplinary Research" will be held in BMSTU.
International scientific seminars "Fundamental and applied problems of soft matter physics"
In October 4 - 8, the International scientific seminars "Fundamental and applied problems of soft matter physics" will be held in BMSTU with the support of Russian Science Foundation, grant 14-43-00053.
In the frames of joint cooperation with the Research-Educational Center "Ion-Plasma Technology" we study dusty plasma crystals. This movie illustrates two amazing phenomena - a heavy particle flies over 2D crystal, and a special kind of dusty plasma instability - mode-coupling instability (MCI).More
Various fundamental phenomena, such as electromagnetic wave interaction with structured optical media, photonic crystal structures, metamaterials, can be investigated by means of numerical solution of Maxwell equations using finite-difference time-domain method (FDTD).More