On the 20th of July 2022, as part of the Photonics Seminar Series, we will have the pleasure to have Dr. Vladislav Shcheslavskiy discuss “Time-correlated single photon counting: from fundamentals to applications“. He will describe this technique, present how it works and discuss what it can be used for most effectively. The event will be hosted in person at the New Campus and on-line on Microsoft Teams.
When: On the 20th of July 2022 at 17:00 MSK time
Where: New Campus room E-B2-3006 / Microsoft Teams
About the speaker:
Dr. Vladislav Shcheslavskiy graduated from the Department of Physics, Lomonosov Moscow State University. He got his PhD in Physics from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA. He is a recipient of Marie Curie Fellowship (2006). Since 2009 until 2022 he was a Sr. Research Scientist with R&D Department, Becker&Hickl GmbH, Germany. Currently, he is a Head of the Laboratory of Optical Spectroscopy and Microscopy in the Institute of Experimental Oncology and Biomedical Technologies, Privolzhskiy Research Medical University.
Time-correlated single photon counting is a powerful technique that can be used in a variety of applications, starting from basic research, like single-molecule spectroscopy and quantum cryptography, and ending with applied research, like clinical one. In this talk I will describe this technique, present how it works and discuss what it can be used for most effectively.