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Department of Photonics

Akhmadjanov Turgunali - Head of department

 100174, Universitet street 4, Olmazor district, Tashkent

 Monday-Friday, 15:00 – 17:00

+998 71 246-28-24

e-mail: t.akhmadjanov@nuu.uz


History and main activities of the department

The Department of Optics and Laser Physics was established in 2005 on the basis of the Departments of Optics and Laser Physics established in 1957 and Radiophysics established in 1964, and Quantum Radiophysics since 1980 and operating under this name until 2016.

Since 2016, it has been operating under the name of the Department of Photonics .

The department is the leading department training highly qualified specialists in the field of optics and laser physics in Central Asia. Academician P.Q. Habibullaev, Academician K.M. Mukimov, Prof. A.T. Mirzaev, Prof. M.M. Mirinoyatov, Assoc. B.M. Nosenko, Assoc. I.I. Hoffman, Assoc. H. Khadjimukhamedov and others worked.

The department has 1 academician, 5 doctors of science, professors, 7 candidates of science, associate professors and senior lecturers, teachers and assistants.

The department conducts educational and scientific-research works in cooperation with leading foreign universities in the priority areas of optics and laser physics. Members of the department participate in international grants.

The department conducts lectures, practical and laboratory training for students of the following educational directions: 70530901–Physics (by directions) prepares masters; 60530900– Physics; 60531100 – Astronomy; 60531200 – Medical physics.


The following disciplines are taught at the department

NoSubject nameBrief information about the subject
Undergraduate majors
 OpticsThe course includes lectures, laboratory and practical work.
 Basics of radio electronicsThe course includes lectures, and laboratory work.
 Computer modelling of physical processesThe course includes lectures, and practical work.
 Medical electronicsThe course includes lectures, and laboratory work.
 Application of lasers in medicineThe course includes lectures, and practical work.
 Laser physicsThe course includes lectures, laboratory and practical work.
 Physical foundations of the computerThe course includes lectures, and laboratory work.
Master's specializations
 Modern research methods of physicsThe course includes lectures, laboratory and practical work.
 Interaction of electromagnetic radiation with matterThe course includes lectures, and laboratory work.
 Methodology of scientific researchThe course includes lectures, and practical work.
 Quantum electronicsThe course includes lectures, and laboratory work.
 Laser technologyThe course includes lectures, and practical work.
 Laser heterodyningThe course includes lectures, and practical work.
 Laser measurement systemsThe course includes lectures, and laboratory work.
 Optical signalsThe course includes lectures, and practical work.
 Magneto-opticsThe course includes lectures, and laboratory work.
 Fundamentals of optoelectronicsThe course includes lectures, and laboratory work.
 Classical and modern foundations of molecular opticsThe course includes lectures, and laboratory work.
 NanophysicsThe course includes lectures, and practical work.
 Holography and its applicationThe course includes lectures, and practical work.
 Applications of laser photonics in medicineThe course includes lectures, and practical work.

About researchers and scientific works

  NameAcademic degree, title  Dissertation topic
 Turatov FurqatPhD student“Magneto-optical and optical properties of crystals of yttrium garnets and yttrium fluorides activated by thulium Tm3+, europium Eu3+ and terbium Tb3+ ions”
 Allaqulieva ShakhloPhD student"Relaxation processes in condensed media and their manifestation in the combined light scattering spectrum"
 Khudoyberdieva DPhD student"Vibrational-rotational motion spectroscopy of atoms and molecules of a liquid medium with methyl and holloid elements included in its structure under the influence of laser radiation"
 Akramov MashrabPhD studentModeling the generation and tunable dynamics of solitons in optical waveguide networks
 Dekhkanov AvazPhD studentDiffusion of metal oxides in silicate glass
 Tursunov Mukhriddin EgamkulovichPhD studentCreation of technical impact and temperature sensors based on thick layer technology
 Sultanov Odiljon ZiyomiddinovichIndependent researcherMagneto-optical properties of rare earth ions and different symmetry of the crystalline environment
 Reymbaeva Sanabar RejepbaevnaIndependent researcherHigh-frequency detector properties of semiconductor and MIM diodes

Information on local and foreign partners

The scientists of the department are working effectively in cooperation with branch institutes of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Uzbekistan, industry organizations and all regional universities to conduct research and training of highly qualified specialists. Also, the department has established strong relations with prestigious universities of foreign countries (USA, Korea, China, Germany, Russia, India).

Composition of the department

NameEmail
 Akhmadjanov Tt.akhmadjanov@nuu.uz
 Otajonov Shsh.otajonov@mail.ru
 Valiev Uugyun_valiev@mail.ru
 Abdurakhmanov Ggulmirzo@mail.ru
 Kasimov Aa.kasimov@nuu.uz
 Eshonkulov Gg.eshonkulov@nuu.uz
 Vildanov Rr.vildanov@nuu.uz
 Ramazanov Aaramazonov@mail.ru
 Talipov Ddamir.talipov@inbox.ru
 Solovev Isoloviev_1954@mail.ru
 Malysheva Mm.malisheva@nuu.uz
 Reyimbaeva Sreymbaeva71@mail.ru
 Khamidov T.khamidovtursunali@gmail.com

Circles

The department has a "Radiophysics Circle" for students.