Expert in Nanotechnology and Radiation Safety
Expert ID: 732505 Belarus
In particular, semiclassical and quantum theory of the linear and nonlinear interaction between quantum dot (QD) structures and electromagnetic excitation, taking into the consideration the depolarization induced local-field effect has been developed. An effective Hamiltonian has been derived and expressed in terms of the incident electric field, with a separate term describing the QD elecrtronic properties. The equations of motion have been formulated and numerically solved with the Hamiltonian for various types of the QD excitation, such as classical fields (CW field, light pulses) and quantum states of light (Fock qubits, coherent fields, electromagnetic vacuum state, the incident field with arbitrary photonic state distribution). In particular, for a QD exposed to coherent light, the appearance of two oscillatory regimes in the Rabi effect separated by the bifurcation has been predicted. In the first regime, the standard collapse-revivals phenomenon do not reveal itself and the QD population inversion is found to be negative, while in the second one, the collapse--revivals picture is found to be strongly distorted as compared with that predicted by the standard Jaynes-Cummings model. The Rabi oscillation period and amplitude exhibit strongly nonlinear dependence on the incident field strength. The latter result is in agreement with recent experimental observation by Mitsumoti et. al. in Ref. [Y. Mitsumori et. al. Phys. Rev. B 71, 233305] where local field effect on Rabi oscillations in isolated quantum dots confined in a single quantum well has been investigated. For the case of the QD interaction with incident optical pulse, we demonstrate that step-like transitions occur in Rabi oscillations and their signatures under certain conditions may suppressed in pump-probe experiments. The predicted effect allows to utilize the QD for the logical operations in quantum computing. For the case of QD interaction with arbitrary quantum light state in the linear regime, it has been shown that the local field induce a fine structure of the absorption spectrum: instead of a single line with frequency corresponding to which the exciton transition frequency, a duplet is appeared with one component shifted by the amount of the local field coupling parameter which is proportional to the excitonic transition dipole moment. Thus, observation of this splitting may provide a method for the investigation of such important QD electronic properties as oscillator strength, exciton radiation lifetime, etc. It has been demonstrated the strong light-mater coupling regime arises in the weak-field limit. The latter result is also in agreement with the experiment from Ref. [Y. Mitsumori et. al. Phys. Rev. B 71, 233305].
Expert is experienced in bussines development, marketing and sales of complex equipment
He is experienced in project management of new product development, from conception to release, marketing and sales.
Expert has launched new business in software development, where his responsibilities included initiation, partner search and selection, development, sales management, and setting up and curating marketing materials, business processes, contracts, and agreements.
PhD in Theoretical Physics (quantum optics of a semiconductor quantum dots).
6+ years in Nuclear Industry as Product-, Project- and Marketing Manager.
Knowledge of world radiation detection instruments market (dosimeters, search detectors, RIID, NPP equipment) that allows choosing right solutions to specific problems.
Construction of Radiation Environmental System for the Belarus Nuclear Power Plant (Project still running).
Successful Implementation of Software-Hardware Solution - Nuclear Protection Network.
Development of Mobile Apps for radiation detection instrumentation: Project and Product Management.
Fluent in English and Russian including technical & business (spoken and written).
6 years working experience as Principal Researcher.
22 publications in high-level journals in following areas: b2b marketing, holography, nanotechnology.
The scholarship of the President of the Republic of Belarus for talented young scientists for the achievements in quantum optics of nanostructures.
|Year: 2008||Degree: Ph.D||Subject: Theoretical Physics||Institution: Minsk, Belarus|
|Year: 2002||Degree: M.Sc||Subject: Solid State Physics||Institution: Belarusian State University|
|Year: 2002||Degree: M.Sc||Subject: Computer Skills||Institution: Belarusian State University, Department of Informatics|
|Years: 2015 to Present||Employer: Undisclosed||Title: Senior Marketing Specialist||Department:||Responsibilities: His responsibilities include product management, proposal development, and crafting advertising and marketing materials. He is also familiar with the design and manufacturing of instruments for ensuring radiation safety and protection. He conducts competitive analysis of radiation safety and radiation detection markets. He works with relevant standards for the electotechnical industry (IEC, ANSI, GOST and others).|
|Years: 2013 to 2014||Employer: Polimaster Ltd||Title: Senior Specialist; R&D Project Manager||Department: Business Development||Responsibilities: Expert handled full-cycle project management of software and mobile app development. He also conducted Quality Assurance using internal development teams.
• Full cycle project management of Software development (Mobile Apps running under iOS, Android)
• Setup project phases and repositories, creating project initiation and support docs, including requirements specification, project schedule, quick starts, and presentations)
• Direct execution of project phases (Quality Assurance, Localization on 8 languages, defining tasks and control of their execution)
• Ensure effective communication between external and internal development teams
• Ensure project phases meet the timeline and budget
• Project reporting to the top management
• Quality Assurance using internal development teams
• Pre-Sales management, preparation of marketing materials, kit, other docs. Deep technical consultation of the sales team and potential customers, live presentations, providing any information on product characteristics (pricing conditions, marketing benefits, conception how to use product with other products of the company)
• Final product presentations, negotiations with potential customers
• Writing white papers for publications in conference proceedings of per reviewed journals.
|Years: 2010 to 2013||Employer: Polimaster International||Title: Senior Specialist; Project Manager||Department: Business Development||Responsibilities: He managed business development projects, including: business development, IT, new products development, equipment tests, sales, training, and international standards compliance.
• Project management of business development projects (IT project, Projects related to the new products development, projects related to the tests of the equipment on the compliance of international standards, sales projects, training, etc)
• Project management in matrix organization
• Training and consulting on the company’s projects and solutions
• Writing papers and company’s presentation on the conferences, tradeshows, other events;
• Developed B2B sales support materials (company’s brochure, presentations, product datasheets, instructions, comparative charts, etc).
|Years: 2008 to 2010||Employer: LigtMagic Ltd||Title: Deputy Director General||Department:||Responsibilities: Expert planned and monitored production department working activities, manufactured products certification, defining projects tasks, development pricing policy, marketing and sales support, and new products development.|
|Years: 2002 to 2008||Employer: Belarus State University||Title: Scientific Researcher||Department: Institute for Nuclear Problems||Responsibilities: Expert conducted scientific research in the field of nanotechnology.|
|Years: 2005 to 2006||Employer: Institut fuer Festkourperphusik, Technische Universitaet Berlin, Germany||Title: Visiting Scientist||Department:||Responsibilities: He conducted nanotechnology scientific research.|
|Years: 2008 to 2010||Employer: Belarus National Technical University||Title: Assistant Professor||Department:||Responsibilities: Expert lectured to students on the subject of his Ph.D thesis (nanotechnology).|
|Awards / Recognition|
|• The scholarship of the President of the Republic of Belarus for talented young scientists for the achievements in the field of nanotechnology;
• The Scholarship of the World Federation of Scientists for a significant contribution in the quantum optics of nanostructures;
• The project "The electrodynamic properties of quantum dots". Received Funding for personal research grant of the European Commission.
|Publications and Patents Summary|
|He has one patent, 12 papers, 6 abstracts, and 16 conference presentations.|
|Training / Seminars|
|He has taught in nanotechnology at the university level.|
|Expert has selected partners and curated relationships with them throughout his career in business development.|
|He is experienced in marketing and sales.|
|Other Relevant Experience|
Nuclear equipment and Instrumentation | Nuclear Power Plant radiation monitoring system | Project Management | Radiation protection instruments market | technical standards for radiation protection instrumentation IEC, GOST, ANSI, IAEA |products development| team management| b2b presentations| experimental investigations| quality assurance| MS Project| JIRA| Redmine| technical and marketing writing| white papers| Quantum Optics| nanotechnology| quantum dots| Numerical Modelling| Fluent English | b2b marketing| Conducting trainings
Fields of Expertise
theoretical physics, nanomaterial, computational physics, condensed-matter theory, nanopowder, quantum theory, numerical analysis, marketing, sales, business development, new product development, new product development management, gamma radiation detection, device product development, industrial marketing, advertising, proposal writing, instrument design, competitive analysis