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Invited researcher

Evgeniy Alexeyevich Bychkov

Neuromorphic Optical Systems Laboratory
Year of birth
1951
Academic degree
Doctor of Science
Field of studies
Position

First class professor of inorganic chemistry and materials science at Université du Littoral Côte d’Opale (France)

General information
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Leading scientist's research interests:

- synthesis, study of properties and modification of 3D chalcogenide glass and thin films;

- structural research of glass and thin films using direct methods: (1) neutron diffraction including isotopic substitution when using a reactor and/or a pulse neutron source, (2) high-energy X-ray diffraction (80-115 keV) on third-generation synchrotron radiation sources, (3) X-ray spectroscopy EXAFS and XANES, (4) small-angle neutrino or X-ray scattering including anomalous scattering, as well as spectroscopy methods; (5) Mössbauer spectroscopy using using the 57Fe, 119Sn, 121Sb, 125Te and 129I resonances, and (6) Raman spectroscopy;

- computer modeling of structural and transport properties using density functional theory (DFT), first principles molecular dynamics (FPMD) as well as RMC and EPSR empirical methods;

- research of correlation between optical properties of chalcogenide and oxide glasses and their structural changes at the microscopic (1 – 10 Å) and the mezoscopic (10 – 1 000 Å) levels, under influence of femtosecond laser radiation;

- new glass-like materials for nonlinear optics;

- research of transport phenomena using measurements of ionic and electronic conductivity, radioisotope diffusion and quasielastic neutron scattering;

- development of modern chemical sensors based on new chalcogenide and oxide glasses for detection of heavy metal ions, toxic anions and oxidation reduction reactions in solutions;      

- research of electrochemical behavior of sensors and their sensory mechanisms using methods of surface spectroscopy (XPS, AES, SIMS, SNMS, RBS) and radioisotopes;

- analytical applications of developed sensors in the industry (continuous control of technological processes) and for environmental monitoring - modeling of pollution by contaminants (heavy metals, NOx) for significant reduction of duration production processes.

Scientific recognition

Awards and achievements:

1993 - First Degree Prize from the Saint Petersburg State University   (Russia)

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