Vladimir Osipov

  • School of Engineering and Applied Science, Aston University

    B4 7ET Birmingham

    United Kingdom

20152018
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General

After MS from the Physical Faculty of the Belarusian State University (1974-1975) I started the research with IR carbon dioxide lasers, liquid helium-temperature equipment and high magnetic field sources design. Among the most interesting results reported are the laser gettering of monocrystalline n-InSb and application of IR lasers for the formation of super-narrow periodic micro-structures on the metal film surface.
During the last years my scientific interests are oriented to the design and application of diffractive optical elements for biomedical applications, as well as to nondestructive characterization of solid surfaces by means of investigation of their refracting and scattering properties. 
Through the Marie Curie Fellowship at LZH, Germany I benefitted from working with international experts at laser micro-processing of polymers, plasmonic and biomaterial fabrication projects. This gave me an opportunity to work closely with laser microfabrication of biological objects in general and diffraction-based intraocular lenses in particular. 
Since 2013 I started cooperation with Aston Institute of Photonic Technologies, preparing and realizing research projects devoted to ophthalmic and biomedical devices design and fabrication by means of novel photonic technologies as two-photon polymerization and nanoimprinting.

Research Interests

Industrial research - projects ERDF, BDC, ETICC. Photonics research - laser 3D microfabrication, photonic microsensors, biomedical implants desigh and fabrication.

Teaching Activity

Supervision to 7 MS students

Employment

  • 08/2015 – to date, Research Associate, Aston Institute of Photonic Technologies/ Aston University/ Birmingham, UK;
  • 05/2013 – 08/2015, Visiting Researcher, Aston Institute of Photonic Technologies/ Aston University/ Birmingham, UK;
  • 03/2013 – 04/2013,Visiting Researcher, Physical Chemistry II Department/ Bayreuth University/ Bayreuth, Germany
  • 01/2010 – 01/2012,Marie Curie Fellow, Nanotechnology Department/ Laser Zentrum Hannover/ Hannover, Germany
  • 01/1976 – 12/2009,Researcher, Leading Researcher, Deputy Head of the laboratory, Laboratory of Quantum Optics/ Stepanov Institute of physics/ Minsk, Belarus

Contact Details

Room:  NW102
Phone:  0121 204 5070
Email: 
v.osipov@aston.ac.uk

Education/Academic qualification

PhD

2 Jan 197631 Dec 2009

MSc

1 Sep 197025 Dec 1975

External positions

Marie-Curie Fellow

10 Jan 201010 Jan 2012

Leading Scientist

2 Jan 197631 Dec 2009

Keywords

  • QC Physics
  • micro-optics design and engineering
  • 2-photon polymerization
  • UV-nanoimprinting
  • biomedical microdevices for ophthalmology
  • gas- and bio-sensors engineering

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Research Output 2015 2018

Multifocal diffractive lens generating several fixed foci at different design wavelengths

Doskolovich, L. L., Bezus, E. A., Morozov, A. A., Osipov, V., Wolffsohn, J. S. & Chichkov, B., 14 Feb 2018, In : Optics Express. 26, 4, p. 4698-4709 12 p.

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Application of nanoimprinting technique for fabrication of trifocal diffractive lens with sine-like radial profile

Osipov, V., Doskolovich, L. L., Bezus, E. A., Drew, T., Zhou, K., Sawalha, K., Swadener, G. & Wolffsohn, J. S. W., 1 Feb 2015, In : Journal of Biomedical Optics. 20, 2, 7 p., 025008.

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