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    • School of Engineering and Applied Science, Aston University

      B4 7ET Birmingham

      United Kingdom

    20052019
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    PhD Supervision

    Ms Anastasiia Vasylchenkova

    Research Interests

    Optical communications, optical signal processing, nonlinearity mitigation methods, soliton-based transmission, NFT-based transmission.


    Non-linear integrable systems, soliton theory, Riemann-Hilbert problem, algebro-geometric solutions. Nonlinear Schrodinger Equation (NLSE), nonlinear Fourier transform (NFT, inverse scattering method), perturbation methods, numerical methods for Zakharov-Shabat problem (NFT), numerical methods for Gelfand-Levitan-Marchenko equations (INFT). Random input problems for NLSE, random walks (jitters) of solitons due to noisy influence, nonlinear signal-noise interference in optical systems. Information theory for optical transmission methods.


    Optical lattices, soliton propagation in optical lattices, soliton-defect interactions, soliton refraction, fission/fusion, reflection, soliton propagation in random lattices. Nonlinear lattice models, including discrete optical cavities, internal modes of nonlinear lattices, dissipative discrete solitons, homoclinic snaking phenomena. Mobility of breather-solitons in nonlinear lattices.


    Classical nonlinear magnetism, Landau-Lifshitz equation for ferro- and antiferromagnets, magnetic vortex dynamics, domain walls, internal modes and resonant switching. Classical magnetic polarons, internal modes, stability and mobility.

    Employment

    Postgraduate (Ph.D. Student): V.N. Karazin National University, Kharkov, Ukraine, 1999 – 2002.


    Junior Research Fellow: B. Verkin Institute for Low Temperature Physics and Engineering, Kharkov, Ukraine, 2002 – 2006.


    Visiting Fellow: Nonlinear Physics Center, Research School of Physical Sciences and Engineering, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia, 2004.


    Research Fellow: B.I. Verkin Institute for Low Temperature Physics and Engineering, Kharkov, Ukraine, 2006 – Dec. 2009.


    Post-Doctoral Research Associate: Nonlinearity and Complexity Research Group (now – System Analytics Research Institute), Department of Mathematics, Aston University, UK, Jan. 2010 – Sep. 2012.


    Research Fellow: Aston Institute of Photonic Technologies, Aston University, UK, Oct. 2012 – present.

    Qualifications

    M.Sc. in Theoretical Physics, Kharkov National University, Kharkov, Jul. 1999 (Degree with first class honours). Thesis: ”Internal modes of an easy-plane ferromagnet in vortex configuration.“ Supervisor: Prof. Alexander S. Kovalev.


    Ph.D. in Theoretical Physics, B.I. Verkin Institute for Low Temperature Physics and Engineering, Kharkov, 2003. Thesis: “Vortex properties in two-dimensional easy-plane ferromagnets.” Supervisor: Prof. Alexander S. Kovalev. Viva date: 8 July, 2003. Awarded: December, 2003.

    Teaching Activity

    The course of “Theoretical Mechanics”, V.N. Karazain Kharkov National University, Department of Physics, 1999-2000, Lecturer Assistant.

    Research Projects/Collaborations

    2018–23: Leverhulme Trust project RPG-2018-063 “Riemann-Hilbert problem and algebro-geometric approach in optical communications.” (PI: Prof. S. Turitsyn), Aston Institute of Photonic Technologies, Aston University.


    2018–20: Marie S. Curie COFUND action MULTIPLY: International Mobility and Training Programme, Co-PI (Dr O. Kotlyar) of the project “Machine learning for nonlinear Fourier-based optical communications, ” Aston Institute of Photonic Technologies, Aston University.


    2018–22: Co-I, Aston WP leader, Horizon 2020 Marie-Curie Innovative Training Network (European Industrial Doctorates) project “Fibre optic nonlinear technologies (FONTE),” (coordinating organisation – Aston University).


    2018–20: Marie S. Curie IF Co-PI (Dr M. Pankratova), AIPT, Aston University, project “Optical commununications based on intergability and nonlinear Fourier transform.”


    2012-2017- UK EPSRC Programme Grant UNLOC EP/J017582/1, (PIs: Prof. P. Bayvel [UCL], Prof. S. Turitsyn [AIPT]), Aston Institute of Photonic Technologies, Aston University.


    2017-18, 2019-20 PI: Erasmus International Credit Mobliity Programme between AIPT, Aston University, and Kharkov National University (Ukraine), Department of Mathematics, Kharkiv, Ukraine.

     

    2019-21 PI: Erasmus International Credit Mobliity Programme between AIPT, Aston University, and National Technical University «Kharkiv Polytechnic Institute», Kharkiv, Ukraine.


    2017-18, 2019-20 PI: Erasmus International Credit Mobliity Programme between AIPT, Aston University, and Ben Gurion University of the Negev (Israel), Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering.


    2015 (for 6 months) FP7-IDEAS-ERC ULTRALASER, AIPT, Aston University; PI: Prof. S. Turitsyn.
    2010-2012 Post-Doctoral Research Associate sponsored by the EPSRC Advanced Fellowship “Evaluation and harnessing of noise in telecommunication systems”, EP/E055672/1, 2007-2012, principal investigator – Dr S. Derevyanko, SEAS, Department of Mathematics, Aston University.


    CO-I: KVA (Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences) project to support cooperation between Sweden and the former Soviet Union “Nonlinear lattice excitations and Berry phases in anharmonic systems”, 2004–2005: a named researcher. Principal investigators: Prof. M. Johansson (Linkoping University, Sweden), Prof. A.S. Kovalev (Institute for Low Temperature Physics, Ukraine).


    CO-I: KVA (Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences) project to support cooperation between Sweden and the former Soviet Union “Electronic transport and excitation spectrum in nonlinear and stochastic magnetic and biological systems”, 2006: a named researcher. Prof. M. Johansson (Linkoping University, Sweden), Prof. A.S. Kovalev (Institute for Low Temperature Physics, Ukraine).


    CO-I: The Royal Society International Joint Project “Pulse-to-soliton conversion and soliton transformations in optical fibres,” between Institute for Low Temperature Physics and Engineering, Ukraine, and AIPT, Aston University, UK, 2007–2009: a named researcher. Principal investigators: Prof. S.K. Turitsyn (AIPT, Aston University, UK), Prof. A.S. Kovalev (Institute for Low Temperature Physics, Ukraine).

    Contact Details

    Phone number:  0121 204 5311 

    Email:  y.prylepskiy1@aston.ac.uk

    Room number:  N613

    Education/Academic qualification

    PhD

    1 Jun 20028 Jul 2003

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    Research Output 2005 2019

    Open Access
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    telecommunication
    fiber optics
    communication
    optics

    Artificial neural network-based equaliser in the nonlinear fourier domain for fibre-optic communication applications

    Kamalian-Kopae, M., Vasylchenkova, A., Kotlyar, O., Pankratova, M., Prilepsky, J. & Turitsyn, S., 17 Oct 2019, 2019 Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics Europe and European Quantum Electronics Conference, CLEO/Europe-EQEC 2019. IEEE, 8871832

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    Equalizers
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    Combining the Discrete NFT Spectrum with B-Modulation for High-Efficiency Optical Transmission

    Vasylchenkova, A., Prilepsky, J. E., Chichkov, N. B. & Turitsyn, S. K., 17 Oct 2019, 2019 Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics Europe and European Quantum Electronics Conference, CLEO/Europe-EQEC 2019. IEEE, 8872342

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

    Schroedinger equation
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    Thesis

    On nonlinear Fourier transform-based fibre-optic communication systems for periodic signals

    Author: Kamalian Kopae, M., 4 Dec 2018

    Supervisor: Turitsyn, S. K. (Supervisor) & Prilepsky, J. E. (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral ThesisDoctor of Philosophy

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