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А series of the work «Polarimetry of high information capacity and products based on it»

Work number - P 23 FILED


Beketov G.V., Klimov A.S., Matyash I.E., Oberemok E.A., Rudenko S.P., Savenkov S.N., Samoilov A.V.,  Serdega B.K., Ushenin Y.V., Shirshov Y.M.

Presented by the V. Lashkarev Institute of Semiconductor Physics. NAS of Ukraine

Series of scientific papers consists of 12 books and 141 scientific papers published over 25 years.

The perception of the physical environment of the world of humanity is mainly detection of radiation, which included part of the polarized. The inability of the human eye to distinguish the polarization state of light is inadequate reflection of objective reality. Overcoming this lack of developed technology carried polarization modulation of electromagnetic radiation, the meaning of which is to extract the polarized components. Its further analysis and use are the basis of the latest scientific and technical direction - polarimetry high informative capacity, the content of which is in three parts: hypersensitive registration of the components of elliptically polarized radiation after its interaction with matter; experimental determination of the components of the Mueller matrix and extraction of them as the "black box" data on the dielectric properties of the sample; development and creation of physical devices and metrology sensor systems biological applications based on polarization effects.

Highly ability polarimetry is: the ability to use it for virtually unlimited set of objects of study in all states of aggregation; in a significant (5 - 6 orders of magnitude) the dynamic range of the measured values ​​of the Stokes component; in the spatial distribution of variables Mueller matrix elements (Mueller- imaging) research object; a wide range of applications designed medical and biological devices.

The results of the cycle are important for different areas of science (physics , chemistry, biology, medicine), engineering (instrument-making), technology (materials science) and higher education (laboratory workshops on relevant courses)


The results of the studies are provided in 187 publications, including 12 books, 141 articles in refereed journals (including 74 articles in 28 international journals). According to the Scopus database of the authors cited in the 419 journals, the general index of citing publications is 1257, h-index = 18. Obtained 34 patents. For this topic 3 doctor and 12 PhD theses.