Dmitry Tabakaev, graduate student and young scientist at Faculty of Radiophysics enrolled in the programme Devices and Appliances of Nanophotonics at the Department of Quantum Electronics and Photonics, has developed a tunable pulsed medical laser based on solid organic active laser mediums. Now he is studying at the National Taiwan University in an included programme of training. The project leader is Eugene Tel'minov, Associate Professor at TSU, assistant professor at SPhTI.
In his work Dmitry uses a method in which the angle of incidence of the radiation on the diffraction grating changes gradually and in that way continuous tuning is achieved.
The master's programme of the Faculty of Radiophysics Devices and Appliances of Nanophotonics (Director - Alexander Wojciechowski, Head of the Department of Quantum Electronics and Photonics) in 2015 received a certificate of professional public accreditation from the Association of Engineering Education of Russia. The accreditation is granted by assigning the European quality label EUR-ACE (European Accredited Engineer).