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Vladimir Gordienko

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    • School of Engineering and Applied Science, Aston University

      B4 7ET Birmingham

      United Kingdom

    20152020

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    Research Interests

    Fibre optical parametric amplifiers, multi-band optical networks, phase-sensitive amplifiers, Raman amplifiers, wavelength conversion

    General

    In 2011 Vladimir was awarded an Erasmus Mundus scholarship to study for MSc on Photonic Networks (MAPNET) in Aston University (UK) and Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies (Italy). Since 2014 Vladimir worked on fibre optical parametric amplifiers (FOPA) at Aston University through PhD and currently postdoc position. Vladimir contributed to a number of projects focusing on FOPA application in real optical communication systems, phase-sensitive amplification, passive optical networks and optical phase conjugation. Before 2011 Vladimir’s research was focused on diffraction gratings and lenses for telescopes, detection systems and lasers.

    Qualifications

    PhD Broadband fibre optic parametric amplifiers (FOPA) at Aston University, UK in 2018

    MSc Photonic Networks Engineering (Erasmus Mundus MAPNET) at Aston University / Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies, UK / Italy in 2013

    BSc (Hons) Optical Equipment and Technologies at Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Russia in 2010

    Education/Academic qualification

    PhD

    1 Oct 201431 Mar 2018

    Award Date: 4 Sep 2018

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