UA-25427628-1

Alex Borisov, Ph.D.

Research Professor

Contact

office: 2162 SES
office phone: 31.996.7499

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Bio:

Alex Borisov received his Ph.D. from Moscow State University in 1985.


Education

B.Sc.:
M.Sc.:
Ph.D.: Moscow State University, Russia. 1985

Research Interests:

Selected Publications

  • Saturated multikilovolt x-ray amplification with Xe clusters: single-pulse observation of Xe(L) spectral hole burning. J. Phys. B 36, L285-L294 (2003).
  • Ultrabright multikilovolt coherent tunable x-ray source at ~ 2.71-2.93 AngstromsJ. Phys. B 36, 3433-3455 (2003).
  • Ultraviolet-infrared wavelength scalings for strong field induced L-shell emissions from Kr and Xe clusters. J. Phys. B 35, L461-468 (2002).
  • Bifurcation mode of relativistic and charge-displacement self-channelling. J. Phys. B 34, 2167-2176 (2001).
  • An efficient, selective collisional ejection mechanism for inner-shell population inversion in laser-driven plasmas. J. Phys. B 34, 297-319 (2001).
  • Dynamics of optimized stable channel formation of intense laser pulses with the relativistic/charge-displacement mechanism, J. Phys. B 32, 3511-3525 (1999).
  • Pump laser wavelength-dependent control of the efficiency of kilovolt x-ray emission from atomic clusters, J. Phys. B 31, 5031-5051(1998).
  • Stable relativistic/charge-displacement channels in ultrahigh power density (~ 10^21 W/cm^3) plasmas, PNAS 95, 7854-7859 (1998).
  • Evidence of enhanced multiphoton (248 nm) coupling from single-pulse energy measurements of Xe(L) emission induced from Xe clusters, J. Phys. B 30, L767-L775 (1997).
  • Wavelength dependence of multiphoton-induced Xe(M) and Xe(L) emissions from Xe clusters, J. Phys. B 30, 2707-2716 (1997).
  • Production of ultrahigh power densities with channeled propagation at 248nm in underdense plasmas, Prog. Crystal Growth and Charact. 33, 217-223 (1996).
  • Biomedical three-dimensional holographic microimaging at visible, ultraviolet and X-ray wavelengths, Nature Medicine 2, 939-941(1996).
  • Competition between multiphoton Xenon cluster excitation and plasma wave Raman scattering at 248 nm, J. Phys. B 29, L291-L297 (1996).
  • Z-lambda imaging of Xe(M) and Xe(L) emissions from channelled propagation of intense femtosecond 248 nm pulses in a Xe cluster target, J. Phys. B 29, L113-L118 (1996).
  • Intensity dependence of the multiphoton-induced Xe(L) spectrum produced by subpicosecond 248 nm excitation of Xe clusters, J. Phys. B 29, L43-L50 (1996).
  • Dynamical orbital collapse drives super x-ray emission, J .Phys. B 29, 247-255 (1996).
  • Ultrahigh power compression for x-ray amplification - multiphoton cluster excitation combined with nonlinear channeled propagation, J. Phys. B 28, 2143-2158 (1995).
  • Stability analysis of relativistic and charge-displacement self-channeling of intense laser-pulses in underdense plasmas, Plasma Phys. Control Fusion 37, 569-597 (1995).
  • Stable self-channeling of intense ultraviolet pulses in underdense plasma, producing channels exceeding 100 rayleigh lengths, J. Opt. Soc. Am. B 11, 1941-1947 (1994).
  • Multiphoton-induced x-ray emission at 4-5 keV from Xe atoms with multiple core vacancies, Nature 370, 631-634 (1994).
  • Multiphoton Induced X-Ray Emission from Kr Clusters on M-Shell (~100 Angstroms) and L-Shell (~6 Angstroms) Transitions, Phys. Rev. Lett. 72, 1810-1813 (1994).
  • Method of concentration of power in materials for x-ray amplification, Appl. Opt. 31, 3433-3437(1992).
  • Relativistic and charge-displacement self-channeling of intense ultrashort laser-pulses in plasmas, Phys. Rev. A 45, 5830-5845(1992).
  • Observation of Relativistic and Charge-Displacement Self-Channeling of Intense Subpicosecond Ultraviolet (248 nm) Radiation in Plasmas, Phys. Rev. Lett. 68, 2309-2312 (1992).
  • Stabilization of relativistic self-focusing of intense subpicosecond ultraviolet pulses in plasmas, Phys. Rev. Lett. 65, 1753-1756 (1990).