IPR's major achievements over the past decade include
development of atomic vapor cells of nanometric thickness and their use in new perspective studies of coherent, magneto-optical, and collisional processes and emerging applications;
development of schemes for quantum information storage and retrieval via atomic coherence, elaboration of schemes for quantum information, communication, and computing;
complex study and development of multifunctional crystals and active media, as well as periodically poled crystals for new efficient solid-state laser sources and radiation converters;
growth and study of new high-efficiency scintillation single crystals for new-generation medical tomographs and for high-energy calorimetry;
elaboration of techniques to produce thin film structures for microelectronics, photonics, and superconducting devices;
development of new techniques for synthesis of carbon and ferromagnetic nanoparticles and organic ferromagnetics;
development of new techniques for engineering of 2D and 3D micro- and nanostructured photorefractive materials for photonics and information storage;
development of devices for crystal growth apparatus, cryogenic technique, single-photon detectors, optical imaging, and laser technology.
Laser Physics 2017
With great pleasure we invite you to attend the annual Laser Physics 2017 International Conference organized by the Institute...