A research fellow of our laboratory, Ph.D., senior researcher Denis Lapitan won a grant from the Russian Science Foundation for the competition of young Ph.D. and started to execute it. Congratulations!
From June 28 to July 2, 2021 in the village of Divnomorskoye, the face-to-face International Scientific Conference "Radiation and Scattering of Electromagnetic Waves" (RSEMW'21) was held. For the first time, our laboratory organized within the framework of this Conference a new separate thematic section on the theory of transport and scattering of light in turbid media as applied to the problems of biomedical optics.
A thematic issue of the journal "Quantum Electronics" (volume 51 (5), 2021), devoted to diagnostic technologies and biophotonics devices, was released. Our laboratory took part in the formation and selection of articles. The articles presented in this issue do not cover the entire range of research in our country in this area, but reflect some advanced approaches, ideas and technologies that may be of interest to a large part of readers, as well as a wide range of problems that exist and have not yet been fully resolved in the subject area.
From June 28 to July 2, 2021, in the village of Divnomorskoye, the face-to-face International Scientific Conference "Radiation and Scattering of Electromagnetic Waves" (RSEMW'21) will be held. Within the framework of this conference, our laboratory organizes a new thematic section on the theory of light transport and scattering in turbid media as applied to the problems of biomedical optics. We invite everyone to participate.
On Friday 29.01.2021 at MONIKI, chaired by the deputy Director for Science and International Relations, Doctor of Medical Sciences, prof. E.P. Kakorina, the intramural-distance and one-day scientific-practical conference (seminar) "A new comprehensive non-invasive technology for assessing central and peripheral hemodynamics in patients with a therapeutic profile" held. The event was organized jointly by MONIKI and JSC "ELAMED" and was dedicated to the completion of a two-center scientific and clinical study with a new prototype of the device for non-invasive rapid assessment of vascular complications of diabetes.
Our researcher, Aleksey Glazkov, a doctor by high education, on 21/12/2020 defended his thesis on non-invasive laser Doppler flowmetry for the degree of candidate of medical sciences (Ph.D.) in the specialty 03.03.01 - Physiology. Congratulations and wishes for a continued success!
Our colleague, a former senior research fellow of the laboratory and Scientific Secretary of MONIKI, now the Vice-Rector for Science of Moscow Regional State University, Dmitry Kulikov, on October 30, 2020, defended his dissertation on the topic of the laboratory for the degree of Doctor of Medical Sciences. Congratulations and wishes for a continued success!
Laboratory research staff, led by the Scientific Secretary of the Institute, Ph.D., associate professor Dmitry Alexandrovich Kulikov, won two new grants for 2020-2021. Congratulations!
At the end of 2019 two our researchers - Irina Raznitsyna and Polina Glazkova - were awarded the Prize of the Governor of the Moscow Region in the field of science and innovation for young scientists and specialists. Congratulations!
On July 3, 2019, in Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, our research assistant Andrey Tarasov successfully defended his dissertation for the degree of candidate of physical and mathematical sciences (PhD) in Optics. His work "Luminescence of ZnO microstructures and the effect of surface plasmon resonance and magnetic field on it" was given a high rating by the dissertation committee. Congratulations!
In St. Petersburg State Electrotechnical University "LETI" the dissertation was defended by the researcher of our laboratory Denis Lapitan for the degree of candidate of technical sciences - Ph.D. Title of the study: "Development of the hardware-software system for functional diagnostics of the blood microcirculation system" The decision of the dissertation council - unanimously positive! Congratulations!