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Alexander Baranov

Alexander Baranov

Biography

Education and Qualification

Academic Degree:

1999 Doctor of Science in Optics, Vavilov State Optical Institute, St. Petersburg, Russia .

1978 Candidate of Science in Quantum Electronics, Leningrad State University , St. Petersburg, Russia.

Academic Status:

2001 Senior Researcher in Optics, Vavilov State Optical Institute, St. Petersburg, Russia.

Post-Graduate Course:

1975—1978 Leningrad State University, St. Petersburg, Russia.

Graduate:

1975 Physicist (Optics and Spectroscopy), Leningrad State University , Physical Department, St. Petersburg, Russia.

Undergraduate:

1969—1975 Leningrad State University, Physical Department, St. Petersburg, Russia.

Appointments and positions

2006 — present:

St. Petersburg State University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics, St. Petersburg, Russia, Professor of Optical Physics and Modern Natural Science, Head of Department of the Center of Information Optical Technologies.

1978—2006:

Vavilov State Optical Institute, St. Petersburg, Russia, 2000—2006 Leading Researcher, 1989—1999 Senior Researcher, 1987—1989 Researcher, 1978—1987 Junior Researcher .
Leningrad State University , St. Petersburg, Russia, 1975—1978 Pre-Doctoral Fellow.

Invited positions

Oct. — Dec. 2005

Invited Professor at Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.

Apr. — Jun. 2005

Foreign Research Fellow at Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.

Apr. — Jun. 2004

Visiting Scientist, Interactive Research Center of Science, Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan.

Sept. — Nov. 2002

Foreign Research Fellow at Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.

Feb. — Dec.1999

Visiting Researcher, Masumoto Single Quantum Dot Project, ERATO, Japan Science and Technology Corporation, Tsukuba, Japan.

Sep. 1996 — Sep. 1997

Foreign Professor, Institute of Physics, University of Tsukuba, Japan.

Oct. — Dec., 1994

Visitor Scientist, Research Institute for Electronic Science, Hokkaido University, Japan

Apr — July, 1994

Associated Professor, Department of Pharmacie, Reims University, France.

Awarded with

  • Japan Society for Promotion of Science (JSPS) Award, Japan (2003)
  • Japan Society for Promotion of Science (JSPS) Award, Japan (1998)
  • Japan Society for Promotion of Science (JSPS) Award, Japan (1996)
  • CNRS Fellowship Award, France (1995)

Teaching

Courses:

2006 — present. 11 lectures Special methods for measuring of physical quantity St. Petersburg University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

2003—2005. 12 lectures Optical spectroscopy of crystal solids , St. Petersburg Technical University , St. Petersburg, Russia

1996. 11 lectures Resonance Raman and hyper-Raman scattering by semiconductor nanostructures . University of Tsukuba, Japan

Supervisor: 3BS and 3 MS thesis

Developed master's program: Optics of Nanostructures.

Current Research Interests

R&D in Nanoscience, Physics of Low-dimensional Solid Systems and Nanostructures, Electronic and Optical Properties of Nanostructures, Linear and Nonlinear Resonant Optical Spectroscopy.

Selected Publications

Chapter in books:

  1. A .V . Baranov. Resonant two-photon spectroscopy of quantum dots. In: Semiconductor Quantum Dots — Physics, Spectroscopy and Application , ed. by Y. Masumoto and T. Takagahara ( Springer-Verlag , Berlin Heidelberg New York Tokyo , 2002). P. 295—324.
  2. A . V. Baranov, T. S. Perova, S. Solosin, R. A. Moore, V. Yam, V. Le Thanh, and D. Bouchier. Polarized Raman spectroscopy of single layer and multilayer Ge/Si(001) quantum dot heterostructures. In Frontiers in Molecular-Scale Science and Technology of Nanocarbon, NanoSilicon and Biopolymer Multifunctional Nanosystems , ed by E. Buzaneva and P. Scharff, Series: NATO Science (Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2003), p. 230—245.
  3. A . V. Fedorov, A. V. Baranov. Optics of Quantum Dots , Optics of Nanostructures, Edited by A.V. Fedorov. Nedra, St. Petersburg, 2005. Pp. 181—274.

Articles:

  1. A.V. Baranov,Ya.S. Bobovich, and V.L. Ermolaev . Resonance Raman scattering (RS) spectra of triplet molecules. JETP Lett. 1980.V.32, No.8.pp.493—5.
  2. A.V. Baranov and Ya.S. Bobovich. Giant Raman scattering as a structural-analytic method for material studies. Opt.Spectrosc. 1982.V.52, No.3.pp.231—3.
  3. A.V. Baranov and Ya.S. Bobovich. Super-enhanced hyper-Raman scattering from dyes adsorbed on colloidal silver particles. JETP Lett.1982.V.36, No.8. pp.339—43.
  4. A.V. Baranov, Ya.S. Bobovich, and V.I. Petrov. Resonance inelastic three-photon scattering: physical model and experimental results. Sov.Phys.JETP.1985.V.61, No.3.pp.435—42.
  5. A.V. Baranov, Ya.S. Bobovich, N.I. Grebenshchikova, V.I. Petrov, and M.Ya. Tsenter. Detection of resonance two- and three-photon scattering by submicroscopic semiconductor crystals. Opt.Spectrosc.1986.V.60, No.6. pp. 685—6.
  6. A.V. Baranov, A.N. Bekhterev, Ya.S. Bobovich, and V.I. Petrov. Interpretation of certain characteristics in Raman spectra of graphite and glassy carbon. Opt.Spectrosc.1987.V.62,No.5. pp. 612—16 .
  7. A.V. Baranov , Ya.S. Bobovich, and V.I. Petrov. Excitation spectrum of resonance Raman scattering by CaSxSe1-x microparticles. Opt.Spectrosc.1988.V.65,No.5.pp.628—30.
  8. A.V. Baranov, Ya.S. Bobovich, and V.I. Petrov. Spectroscopy of resonance hyper-Raman scattering of light. Sov.Phys.Usp.1990. V.33,No.10.pp.812—832
  9. A.V. Baranov, Ya.S. Bobovich, V.I. Petrov. Evidence of quantum-size effect and electron-phonon interaction in resonance Raman scattering spectra of semiconductor nanocrystals. J. Raman Spectr. 24 , 767—73 (1993).
  10. Nabiev, A. Baranov , I. Shourpa, A. Boljebbar, G. D. Sockalingum, M. Manfait. Does adsorption on the surface of silver colloid perturb drug/DNA interactions? J. Phys. Chem. 99 , 1608—13 (1995).
  11. A.V. Baranov, K. Inoue, K. Toba, A. Yamanaka, V. I. Petrov, and A. V. Fedorov. Resonant hyper-Raman and second-harmonic scatterings in a CdS quantum dot system. Phys. Rev. B 53, R1721—24 (1996).
  12. K. Inoue, A. Yamanaka, K. Toba, A.V. Baranov , A.V. Fedorov, and A.A. Onushchenko. Anomalous features of resonant hyper-Raman scattering in a CuBr quantum dot system: Evidence of exciton-phonon-coupled states similar to molecules. Phys. Rev. B 54 . R8321—24 (1996).
  13. A.V. Baranov, Y. Masumoto, K. Inoue, A.V. Fedorov and A.A. Onushchenko. Size-selective two-photon spectroscopy of CuCl spherical quantum dots. Phys. Rev. B 55 , 15675—15680 (1997).
  14. A.V. Baranov, V.G. Davydov, A.V. Fedorov, H.W. Ren, S. Sugou, and Y. Masumoto. Interferometric coherency measurement of stress-induced InGaAs/GaAs quantum dots at the resonant luminescence phonon sideband. Phys. Rev. B 66 , 075326 (2002) .
  15. A.V. Baranov, Yu . P . Rakovich, J . F . Donegan, T . S . Perova, R . A . Moore, D . V . Talapin, A . L . Rogach, Y . Masumoto, I . Nabiev. Effect of ZnS shell thickness on the phonon spectra in CdSe quantum dots. Phys. Rev.B. 68 , 165306 (2003). IF 3.3 32
  16. A.V. Baranov , A.V. Fedorov, I.D. Rukhlenko, and Y. Masumoto. Intraband carrier relaxation in quantum dots embedded in doped heterostructures. Phys. Rev. B 68. 205318 (2003).
  17. R. Wargnier, A. V. Baranov, V. G. Maslov, V. Stsiapura, M. Artemyev, M. Pluot, A. Sukhanova, and I. Nabiev. Energy Transfer in Aqueous Solutions of Oppositely Charged CdSe/ZnS Core/Shell Quantum Dots and in Quantum Dot-Nanogold Assemblies. Nano Letters 4 (3), 451—457 (2004).
  18. A.V. Baranov, T . S . Perova , R . A . Moore , S . Solosin , A . V . Fedorov, V . Yam , V. Le Thanh, and D. Bouchier. Polarized Raman spectroscopy of multilayer Ge/Si(001) quantum dot heterostructures. J. Appl. Phys. 96, 2857—2863 (2004).
  19. V.Stsiapura, A. Sukhanova, M. Artemyev, M. Pluot , J.H.M. Cohen, A.V Baranov, V. Oleinikov, I. Nabiev . Functionalized nanocrystal -tagged fluorescent polymer beads: synthesis, physicochemical characterization, and immunolabeling application. Anal. Biochem. 342 , 257—265 (2004).
  20. A.V. Fedorov, A.V. Baranov, I.D. Rukhlenko, and S.V. Gaponenko. Enhanced intraband carrier relaxation in quantum dots due to the effect of plasmon-LO-phonon density of states in doped heterostructures. Phys..Rev. B 71 (19), 195310—195318 (2005).
  21. V. Stsiapura, A. Sukhanova, A. Baranov, M. Artemyev, O. Kulakovich, V. Oleinikov, M. Pluot, J.H.M. Cohen, and I. Nabiev. DNA-assisted formation of quasi-nanowires from fluorescent CdSe/ZnS nanocrystals. Nanotechnology 17, 581—587 (2006).
  22. A.V. Baranov, A. V. Fedorov, T.S. Perova, R.A. Moore, V. Yam, D. Bouchier, V. Le Thanh. and K. Berwick. Analysis of strain and intermixing in single-layer Ge/Si quantum dots using polarized Raman spectroscopy. Phys. Rev. B 73 , 075322—075327 (2006).
  23. A. Sukhanova, A.V. Baranov , T.S. Perova, J.H.M. Cohen, and I. Nabiev. Controlled Self-Assembly of Nanocrystals into Polycrystalline Fluorescent Dendrites with Energy-Transfer Properties. Angew. Chemie Int. Ed. 45 (13), 2048—2052 (2006).
  24. A. Sukhanova, A.V. Baranov, D. Klinov, V. Oleinikov, K. Berwick, J.H.M. Cohen, M. Pluot, I. Nabiev. Self-assembly of charged microclusters of CdSe/ZnS core/shell nanodots and nanorods into hierarchically ordered colloidal arrays . Nanotechnology 17, 4223—4228 (2006) .
  25. A. Sukhanova, Y. Volkov, A.L. Rogach, A.V. Baranov, J.H.M. Cohen, I. Nabiev. Lab-in-drop: controlled self-assembly of CdSe/ZnS quantum dots and rods into polycrystalline nanostructures with desired optical properties. Nanotechnology 18 185602 (2007) .
  26. A.V. Fedorov, A.V. Baranov, I.D. Rukhlenko, T.S. Perova, K. Berwick. Quantum dot energy relaxation mediated by plasmon emission in doped covalent semiconductor heterostructures. Phys. Rev. B 7 6 , 045332 (2007) .
  27. I.D. Rukhlenko, A. V. Fedorov, A.V. Baranov, T. S. Perova, K. Berwick. Tip-enhanced secondary emission of a semiconductor quantum dot. Phys. Rev. B. 77, 045331 (2008) .
  28. S.Y. Kruchinin, A.V. Fedorov, A.V. Baranov, T.S. Perova, K. Berwick. Resonant Energy Transfer in Quantum Dots: Frequency-Domain Luminescent Spectroscopy. Phys. Rev. B. 78 , 125311 (2008).
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