Onishchukov, Georgy (Dr.)

Dr. Georgy Onishchukov

Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering
Chair of Particle Technology (Prof. Dr. Peukert)

Room: Room 0.234
Cauerstraße 4
91058 Erlangen

Curriculum Vitae:

Georgy Onishchukov studied physics, got PhD and became a faculty member at Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (Russia). After a few-year stay at the University of Bern (Switzerland), he moved for a decade to the Friedrich Schiller University of Jena (Germany). In 2005 he came to Erlangen to join the Max Planck Research Group at the Friedrich Alexander University of Erlangen-Nuremberg (Germany) which became later the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light, and recently moved to the Institute of Particle Technology.

  • His research interests include nonlinear, ultrafast, and fiber optics as well as powerful, tunable, and mode-locked lasers including fiber lasers, and optical fiber communication systems.
  • Research topics, he is involved at LFG, are investigations of surfaces and interfaces using non-linear spectroscopy (SHG and SFG) and advanced multidimensional characterization of nanoparticles in liquid-phase (analytical ultracentrifugation).

Selected Publications:

A full list can be found here.