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Daniil Kartashov

Curriculum Vitae:

Address Technische Universität Wien, Institut für Photonik,
Gusshausstrasse 27-29/387,
1040 Wien -- Vienna, Austria
tel: +43 1 58801 38744
fax: +43 1 58801 38799
Personalia Full name: Daniil Kartashov
Date of birth: April 30, 1973
Place of birth: Karaganda, USSR
Nationality: Russia
Gender: Male
Degree Ph.D. degree received from Institute of Applied Physics Russian Academy of Sciences, Nizhny Novgorod, 2004.
Thesis entitled "Experimental and theoretical investigations of nonlinear interaction of high power femtosecond laser radiation with gases and plasma in dielectric capillaries"
M.Sc. in Physics degree received from Nizhny Novgorod State University in 1996.
Education 2007--now Postdoc at the TU Vienna in the Ultrafast Laser Group
2005--2007 Postdoc at AMO group, Steacie Institute of Molecular Sciences, NRC, Canada
1996--1999 Ph.D. Studies at Institute of Applied Physics RAS, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia (acad. Sergeev and Dr. Babin)
2005--2007 Scientific researcher in IAP RAS, Laboratory of Superstrong Fields and Ultrafast Phenomena, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
1996--2005 Junior scientific researcher in the Institute of Applied Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Laboratory of Superstrong Fields and Ultrafast Phenomena, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
1990--1996 Study Physics at Nizhny Novgorod State University
Scientific research Design and Development of terawatt Ti:Sapphire femtosecond laser systems:
1) first system (1996 - 2004) - 0.8 m, 10 Hz, 100 fs, 100 mJ CPA Ti:Sapphire laser system;
2) second system (since 2004) - 0.8 m, 10 Hz, 50 fs, 250 mJ CPA Ti:Sapphire laser system
Since 1998 to 2005 one of the key researchers in:
1) RFBR grant ¹ 98-02-17015-a "Generation of attosecond pulses" (theory);
2) RFBR grant ¹ 01-02-17512-à "Axicon focusing of femtosecond terawatt power laser radiation in transparent dielectrics" (experiment);
3) RFBR grant ¹ 01-02-18006-à "Production of ultrashort soft X-ray pulses by atoms and ions under subrelativistic laser intensities" (experiment, theory);
4) RFBR grant ¹ 02-02-16065-à "High amplitude plasma waves generation by femtosecond laser pulses in gas-filled dielectric capillaries" (experiment, theory);
5) RFBR grant ¹ 02-02-17275-à "Fast amplification, compression and generation of ultrashort laser pulses in plasma" (experiment, theory);
6) RFBR grant ¹ 04-02-16420-à "Soliton structures of few-cycle optical field - en route to ultrafast optical communications and video solitons lasers" (theory);
7) RFBR grant ¹ 05-02-17367-à "Coherent collisional processes in plasma in the presence of ultraintense laser radiation" (experiment, theory);
8) RFBR grant ¹ 05-02-17509-à "Self-channeling of ionizing femtosecond laser pulses in atmosphere" (experiment, theory);
9) RFBR grant ¹ 05-02-17523-à "Attosecond pulses production in molecular gases: optimization and quantum control" (experiment);
10) INTAS grant ¹97-10236 "Propagation of high intensity femtosecond laser pulses in gas-filled dielectric capillaries" (experiment and theory)
Project leader in
1) RFBR grant ¹ 02-02-06317 for young scientists research within the RFBR grant ¹ 01-02-18006-à "Ultrashort soft X-ray pulses production by atoms and ions in subrelativistic laser intensities" (experiment, theory) ;
2) RFBR grant ¹ 03-02-06666 for young scientists research within the RFBR grant ¹ 01-02-18006-à "Ultrashort soft X-ray pulses production by atoms and ions under subrelativistic intensities laser field" (experiment, theory) ;
3) Research grant for young scientists of IAP RAS 2001-2002
Other scientific activity 2000--2003 one of the key researcher in RFBR grant ¹ 00-02-16053-à "Heat transport and propagation of thermal radiation in structurally inhomogeneous planetary regoliths" (theory)
Since 2002 Associated member of the international scientific team within the ESA space program "Mars-Express"
1997--2005 Head of the Council of Young Scientists of IAP RAS
2003 Member of organizing committee of International Conference "Nonlinear wave phenomena-2003", Nizhny Novgorod-Moscow-Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
2004 Member of organizing committee of International School for Young Scientists in Nonlinear Waves 2004, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
2003--2005 Students laboratory course in atomic and molecular optics, faculty of General and Applied Physics, Nizhny Novgorod State University, Russia
2002--2005 Scientific advisor of pupil's research in Physics and Mathematics Lyceum ¹40, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
2001--2005 Scientific advisor of bachelor students diploma, faculty of General and Applied Physics and Radiophysical faculty, Nizhny Novgorod State University, Russia
Awards 1995 Students Scholarship of Soros fund grant 1192_s
1996 Students Scholarship of Soros fund grant s96_3431
1997 Academician Razuvayev Scholarship for Young Scientists
2000 Diploma for the best oral presentation on the First International Conference on Laser Optics for Young Scientists, June 26-30, St.-Petersburg, Russia Title: Attosecond XUV-pulses generation in gases by few-optical-cycle laser pulses
2005 Gold Medal in Physics of Russian Academy of Sciences for Young Scientists for the cycle of works "Experimental and theoretical investigations of the interaction of high power femtosecond laser pulses with gases and plasma in dielectric capillaries"

 

Publications:

Ionization spectrum broadening and frequency blue shift of high intensity femtosecond laser pulses in gas-filled capillary tubes ,
Babin A.A., Kartashov D.V., Kiselev A.M., Lozhkarev V.V., Stepanov A.N., Sergeev A.M
Appl. Phys. B 75, 509 (2002)

Ionization spectrum transformation of high intensity femtosecond laser pulses in gas-filled capillary tubes ,
Babin A.A., Kartashov D.V., Kiselev A.M., Lozhkarev V.V., Stepanov A.N., Sergeev A.M.
Laser Phys. 12, 1303 (2002)

Axicon focusing of femtosecond laser radiation ,
Babin A.A., Kartashov D.V., Kulagin D.I.
Quant.Electr. 32, 308 (2002).

Compression of High Intensity Femtosecond Laser Pulses Due to Ionization Self-Phase Modulation in Gas-Filled Capillary Tubes ,
Babin A.A., Kartashov D.V., Kiselev A.M., Stepanov A.N., Sergeev A.M
Las. Phys. 13, 1050 (2003)

Ionization spectrum transformation and compression of powerful femtosecond laser pulses in experiments on the propagation in gas-filled dielectric capillaries ,
A.A. Babin, D.V. Kartashov, A.M. Kiselev, V.V. Lozhkarev, A.M. Sergeev, A.A. Solodov, A.N. Stepanov
JETP Lett. 76, 548 (2002)

Nonlinear dynamics of wave fields in nonresonant media: from envelope solitons toward videosolitons ,
D.V. Kartashov, A.V. Kim, S.A. Skobelev
Radiophys. And Quant. Electr. 46, 374 (2003)

Soliton structures of a wave field with an arbitrary number of oscillations in nonresonance media ,
D.V. Kartashov, A.V. Kim, S.A. Skobelev
JETP Lett. 78, 276 (2003)

Laser pulse amplification upon Raman backscattering in plasma produced in dielectric capillaries ,
A.A. Balakin, D.V. Kartashov, A.M. Kiselev, S.A. Skobelev, A.N. Stepanov, G.M. Fraiman
JETP Lett. 80, 12 (2004)

Nonlinear absorption of intense femtosecond laser radiation in air ,
D. V. Kartashov, A. V. Kirsanov, A. M. Kiselev, A. N. Stepanov, N. N. Bochkarev, Yu. N. Ponomarev, and B. A. Tikhomirov
Opt. Express 14, 7552 (2006)

Transient phase masks in high harmonic generation ,
Y. Mairesse, N. Dudovich, J. Levesque, D. Kartashov, D.M. Villeneuve, P.B. Corkum
Opt. Lett. 32, 436 (2007)

Few-Optical-Cycle Solitons and Pulse Self-Compression in Kerr Medium,
S.A. Skobelev, D.V. Kartashov, A.V. Kim
Phys.Rev.Lett. 99, (2007) (in press)