General Information

The laboratory successfully conducts fundamental and applied research in a wide field of problems of modern optics, spectroscopy, and physics of interaction of high-intensity laser radiation with matter. Among these are such topics as coherent and nonlinear optical processes, ultrahigh-speed optical switching of materials, nonlinear polarization phenomena, photoinduced energy and charge transfer as well as the development of new active media for solid lasers and optical convertors and the studies of the properties of liquid-crystal systems, including solid—liquid-crystal interfaces. The laboratory staff incorporates 3 Doctors of Science, 5 Candidates of Science, young scientists, graduates, and students.