Laboratory for Terahertz Research

Head
Valentin I. Suslyaev
Contact
susl@mail.tsu.ru; apr@mail.tsu.ru
Project
Development of electromagnetic research methods of composite fundamental characteristics based on nanoscale materials in terahertz and gigahertz range.
Address:
28g, Ulitsa Lytkina (Lytkin St.), Tomsk, 634045, Russia
SPhTI Laboratory Building
Phone: +7 3822 413989; +79539173430; +79059910610

Areas of Research

  • Interactions of terahertz waves with semiconductor, dielectric, composite materials, including nano-sized and metamaterials.

  • Theoretical analysis and experimental study of the interaction of electromagnetic radiation with multicomponent nanostructured composite environments to develop materials for passive components, effectively transforming radiations of terahertz and subterahertz bands.

  • Natural environments (solid, liquid, gas) in the fields of terahertz and gigahertz bands.

  • Interaction of terahertz waves with artificial and natural objects of different shapes and conductivity: hyperfine threadlike film materials, small lenses, anisotropic materials;

  • Electronic database elements of terahertz bands (emitters, detectors, multipliers, transmitters, etc.);

  • Use of terahertz radio waves in devices for contactless radiowave diagnostics, non-destructive testing, biomedical instrumentation.

  • Field localization effects in arficial dielectric and metamaterials in THz.

  • Photonic terajet effect and applications (including acoustic).

Partners

  1. Research Institute for Nuclear Problems of Belarusian State University (Minsk, Belarus).

  2. Institute of Physical Materials Science, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Ulan-Ude, Russia)

  3. Nikolaev Institute of Inorganic Chemistry (NIIC, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Novosibirsk, Russia).

  4. Boreskov Institute of Catalysis, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Novosibirsk, Russia).

  5. Department for Structural Macrokinetics, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Novosibirsk, Russia).

  6. L.V. Kirensky Institute of Physics, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciencesn (Krasnoyarsk, Russia).

  7. OJSC SPP Radio (Krasnoyarsk, Russia).

  8. OJSC SPC Polyus (Tomsk, Russia).

Services

Research in the field of electromagnetic response and electromagnetic parameters of natural and artificial materials in a wide range of electromagnetic radiation frequencies.

Equipment

  • Device for measuring dielectric permeability by condenser method and magnetic permeability by inductive method on the basis of a precision LRC meter Е4380А (Agilent Technologies) within 20 Hz – 2 MHz frequency range

  • An experimental setup on the basis of E8363V network analyzer (Agilent Technologies) for measurement of S-parameters within 0.01-40 GHz frequency range. Sample cells: coaxial, waveguide, cavity resonators, irregular microstrip resonators, open resonators

  • An experimental setup on the basis of N5247A vector network analyzer (Agilent Technologies) to study electromagnetic response within 0.01–67 GHz frequency range

  • CTD-21 terahertz spectrometer to study absolute values of electromagnetic response within 0.03–1.5 THz frequency range (using continuous harmonic signal with power less than about 100 mV)

  • Terahertz Pulse Time Domain Spectrometer (THz-TDS, Newport) to measure the absolute value and phase of THz beam within 100 GHz – 10 THz frequency range (using pulse signal with power up to 1 V)

  • UV-IR spectrometers (13.6–200 THz, 150–750 THz)

  • QS subject

  • Physics & Astronomy
  • Materials Sciences

Visiting professors

Sergey A. Maksimenko
Degree
Doctor pf Physical and Mathematical Sciences
University
Belarusian State University, Minsk
Department
Research Institute for Nuclear Problems

Laboratory Staff

Dorozhkin Kirill V.
Position
Young Scientists
Laboratory
Laboratory for Terahertz Research
Project
Terahertz, spectra of electromagnetic parameters, electromagnetic response, measurements, composites
Dotsenko Olga A.
Degree
PhD
Position
Leading Scientists
Laboratory
Laboratory for Terahertz Research
Project
Microwaves, measurements, composites, multilayered structures, ferrites
Dunaevsky Grigory E.
Degree
Prof. Dr.
Position
Research Supervisor
Laboratory
Laboratory for Terahertz Research
Project
Terahertz, microwave, quasioptics, measurements, radioelectronics, open resonator, anisotropic structures, microwire
Korovin Evgeny Yu.
Degree
PhD
Position
Young Scientists
Laboratory
Laboratory for Terahertz Research
Project
Microwaves, measurements, composites, multilayered structures, size effect, ferrites, dielectric materials, anisotropic structures
Kuleshov Grigory E.
Degree
PhD
Position
Young Scientists
Laboratory
Laboratory for Terahertz Research
Project
Microwaves, quasistatics, measurements, filters, microstrip resonator, ferrites, carbon nanostructures
Kuzhir Polina P.
Degree
PhD
Position
Leading Scientists
Laboratory
Laboratory for Terahertz Research
Project
Terahertz, microwave, quasioptics, measurements, nanoelectromagnetics, electrodynamical effects
Kuznetsov Vladimir L.
Degree
PhD
Position
Leading Scientists
Laboratory
Laboratory for Terahertz Research
Project
Carbon nanostructures, carbon nanotubes, onion-like carbon, CVD method, composites
Meshcheryakov Vladimir A.
Degree
PhD
Position
Leading Scientists
Laboratory
Laboratory for Terahertz Research
Project
Magnetic materials, microwaves, radioelectronics, metamaterials, electrodynamic system modeling
Minin Igor V.
Degree
Prof. Dr.
Position
Research Supervisor
Laboratory
Laboratory for Terahertz Research
Project
Photonic terajet effect and applications (including acoustic), microwave, quasioptics, measurements, radioelectronics, anisotropic structures
Minin Oleg V.
Degree
Prof. Dr.
Position
Research Supervisor
Laboratory
Laboratory for Terahertz Research
Project
Terahertz, microwave, quasioptics, acoustic, radioelectronics, anisotropic structures
Pavlova Alexandra A.
Position
Young Scientists
Laboratory
Laboratory for Terahertz Research
Project
Microwaves, measurements, composites, magnetic fluids, smart materials
Sarkisov Sergey Yu.
Degree
PhD
Position
Leading Scientists
Laboratory
Laboratory for Terahertz Research
Project
Terahertz, optics and quasioptics, measurements, nonlinear crystals, composites, carbon nanostructures
Suslyaev Valentin Ivanovich
Degree
Candidate of Science (Physics and Mathematics), PhD
Position
Associate professor
Department
Department of Radio Electronics
Laboratory
Laboratory for Terahertz Studies
Project
Development of electromagnetic research methods of composite fundamental characteristics based on nanoscale materials in terahertz and gigahertz range.
Zhuravlev Viktor A.
Degree
PhD
Position
Leading Scientists
Laboratory
Laboratory for Terahertz Research
Project
Magnetic materials, composites, ferromagnetic resonance, microwaves, measurements, waveguide, resonator methods, metamaterials, multiferroics