Mikhail Vasiliev

Edith Cowan University, Australia

Mikhail Vasiliev received the B.S. degree with honors from Saratov State University in Russia in 1995. He joined the Optical Technology Research Laboratory (OTRL) at Victoria University of Technology (Melbourne, Australia) in 1996 and received his Ph.D. degree in physics. He was awarded for his research in optical fiber interferometry in 2002. Between 2001 and 2005, he has worked in the Australian photonics industry, initially as a Development Engineer with JDS Uniphase Corporation in Sydney and later as a Physicist with Optoelectronics Pty Ltd (Melbourne). His primary research activities then included the design of industrial systems for the production of fiber Bragg gratings as well as the design and development of high-performance diode-pumped CW green (532 nm) and blue (473 nm) solid-state lasers. He joined the Electron Science Research Institute, ECU (Perth, Australia) in 2005. He serves as a Senior Research Fellow and currently works on a range of photonics and nanotechnology projects involving the development of new technologies and new materials. His main areas of interest include the synthesis and characterization of new magneto-optic materials, including complex nanostructured material systems, as well as the design, fabrication, and testing of novel nanophotonic devices.

Biography Updated on 5 December 2010

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