Universite de Lorraine
We have long-time collaboration with scientists from Laboratoire de Physique Moleculaire et des Collisions, Institut de Chimie, Physique et des Materiaux. 14 joint papers were published so far. The principal collaborators are Profs. C. Dal Cappello, U. Ancarani, and B. Joulakian. Main topics: theory of (e,2e) and (e,3e) reactions with atoms and molecules, capture processes.
Frankfurt Am Main, Germany
Collaboration with the experimental group from the Institut fur Kernphysik also has a long history. The main topic is capture reactions. The principal collaborators are Profs. H. Schmidt-Boecking, R. Doerner, and Dr. M. Schoeffler.
L'Universite catholique de Louvain
Collaboration with colleagues from Institute of Condensed Matter and Nanosciences (IMCN) started in 2004. 6 joint papers have been published since then. The main topic is a light-matter interaction. The principal collaborator is Prof. B. Piraux. Two PhD theses (H.M. Tetchou and M.M. Silenou) were prepared with active participation of Yu.V. Popov.
Obninsk Institute for Nuclear Power Engeneering
The collaboration with Prof. V.L. Shablov from Obninsk Institute for Nuclear Power Engineering, National Research Nuclear University (MEPhI) lasts for many years. There were published about 10 joint papers on mathematical aspects of few-body scattering theory in the case of Coulomb potentials.
Pacific National University
Close links exist between our laboratory and the Pacific National University (Khabarovsk). 11 joint papers have been prepared and published in collaboration with Profs. V.A. Knyr and S.A. Zaytsev. These papers are mainly devoted to the J-matrix method and its applications.
Joint Institute for Nuclear Research
We have very close collaboration with the Lab of Theoretical Physics (LTP) and the Lab of Information Technologies (LIT) at JINR, Dubna. Our joint research projects range from laser-matter interactions to electron-impact single and double ionization of atoms and molecules, as well as capture processes. More than 10 joint papers are published. The principal collaborators are Profs. S.I. Vinitsky (LTP) and O. Chuluunbaatar (LIT).
Universite Ferhat Abbas
4 joint papers were published in collaboration with Prof. S. Houamer from Laboratoire de Physique Quantique et Systemes Dynamiques, Departement de Physique, Faculte des Sciences, Universite Ferhat Abbas, Setif, Algeria. Their subject is capture reactions.
Saratov State University
For a long time our collaborators and friends (Prof. V.L. Derbov, Dr. V.V. Serov, et al) organize a workshop on "Laser Physics and Photonics" within the annual Saratov Fall Meeting (SFM) organized by Saratov State University. We usually participate in these workshops with oral presentations. Our joint research is supported by Russian Foundation for Basic Research (Mathematical modeling of interaction of fast particles, laser pulses, and magnetic fields with atoms, molecules, and semiconductor nanostructures, grant No. 11-01-00523-a).
University of Tohoku
Our collaboration with an experimental group of Prof. M. Takahashi from IMRAM, University of Tohoku, Sendai, Japan produced 5 joint papers on electron momentum spectroscopy of atoms. The recent development in our joint studies is the laser-assisted ionizing electron-atom and electron-molecule collisions at large momentum transfer. The principal collaborators are Prof. M. Takahashi and Dr. N. Watanabe.
In collaboration with Prof. Jamal Berakdar from Institute of Physics, Martin-Luther-Universitat Halle-Wittenberg, Halle, Germany, we develop theory of the electron-pair emission from surfaces under photon and electron impact. About 10 joint papers have been published during the last 10 years.
Moscow State University, Faculty of Physics
In collaboration with Prof. A.I. Studenikin from Department of Theoretical Physics, Faculty of Physics, Moscow State University, we develop theory of weak-decay processes in external electromagnetic fields and neutrino-atom collisions. This work is supported by Russian Foundation for Basic Research. 5 joint papers are published.
Max-Planck-Institut fur Mikrostrukturphysik
In cooperation with Dr. A. Ernst from Theory Department of Max-Planck-Institut fur Mikrostrukturphysik we develop a code for theoretical treatment of (e,2e) processes at surfaces. The code is based on ab initio KKR calculations of the electronic structure of surfaces and the GW model of the surface dielectric response.
Royal Holloway University of London
London, United Kingdom
In cooperation with Prof. P. O'Mahony and Dr. F. Mota-Furtado we investigate different aspects of the mechanisms of the laser-atom
interaction. In particular, we focus on the low frequency limit for the characteristics of interaction of the atomic hydrogen with an alternating
electric field. In collaboration with Prof. B. Piraux we develop a new approach to the strong field approximation, and
study the adiabatic limit of the wave packet in the laser field.
(c) Laboratory of mathematical models of quantum scattering processes, 2012