Mikhail Yu. Ryabikin
Leading research scientist

Married, 2 children (daughter and son)

1981: graduated from Lobachevsky State University of Gorky (Faculty: Physics)
1999: Ph.D. thesis “Methods for treatment of vibration-rotational states of diatomic molecules taking into account the asymptotical properties of the nuclear interaction potential” (speciality: 01.04.03 – Radiophysics; supervisor: A.V. Burenin)

Scope of professional interests:
Intense-field laser-matter interactions, attosecond physics, spectroscopy

Professional carrier:
1981 – present: IAP RAS (student researcher, engineer, junior researcher, research scientist, senior research scientist, scientific secretary of the department, leading research scientist)

Membership in professional organizations:
Member of the Scientific Council of the Nonlinear Dynamics and Optics Division of IAP RAS
Member of the Optical Society of America

Project manager of the RFBR grants (2001-2003, 2005-2007, 2010-present)

Educational activity:
Lobachevsky State University of Nizhny Novgorod, lectures within the courses "Introduction to the profession" (Radiophysics Faculty), "Laser-matter interactions" (Advanced School of General and Applied Physics)

Most significant papers:

Emelin M.Yu. and Ryabikin M.Yu. Atomic photoionization and dynamical stabilization with subrelativistically intense high-frequency light: magnetic field effects revisited // Phys. Rev. A. 2014. V.89, N1. Art. no. 013418.

Alexandrov L.N., Emelin M.Yu., and Ryabikin M.Yu. Unidirectional current excitation in tunneling ionization of asymmetric molecules // Phys. Rev. A. 2013. V.87, N1. Art. no. 013444.

Strelkov V.V., Khokhlova M.A., Gonoskov A.A., Gonoskov I.A., and Ryabikin M.Yu. High-order harmonic generation by atoms in an elliptically polarized laser field: Harmonic polarization properties and laser threshold ellipticity // Phys. Rev. A. 2012. V.86, N1. Art. no. 013404.

Strelkov V.V., Gonoskov A.A., Gonoskov I.A., and Ryabikin M.Yu. Origin for ellipticity of high-order harmonics generated in atomic gases and the sublaser-cycle evolution of harmonic polarization // Phys. Rev. Lett. 2011. V.107, N4. Art. no. 043902.

Silaev A.A., Ryabikin M.Yu., and Vvedenskii N.V. Strong-field phenomena caused by ultrashort laser pulses: effective 1D and 2D quantum-mechanical descriptions // Phys. Rev. A. 2010. V.82, N3. Art. no. 033416.

Emelin M.Yu., Ryabikin M.Yu., and Sergeev A.M. Frequency tunable single attosecond pulse production from aligned diatomic molecules ionized by intense laser field // Optics Express. 2010. V.18, N3. P.2269-2278.

Frolov M.V., Manakov N.L., Sarantseva T.S., Emelin M.Yu., Ryabikin M.Yu., and Starace A.F. Analytic description of high-energy plateau in harmonic generation by atoms: can harmonic yield increase with increasing laser wavelengths? // Phys. Rev. Lett. 2009. V.102, N24. Art. no. 243901.

Gonoskov A.A., Gonoskov I.A., Ryabikin M.Yu., and Sergeev A.M. Diffraction imaging of a diatomic molecule using recolliding electrons: role of Coulomb potential and nuclear motion // Phys. Rev. A. 2008. V.77, N3. Art. no. 033424.

Emelin M.Yu., Ryabikin M.Yu., and Sergeev A.M. Monitoring long-term evolution of molecular vibrational wave packet using high-order harmonic generation // New Journal of Physics. 2008. V.10, N2. Art. no. 025026.

Gonoskov I.A., Ryabikin M.Yu., and Sergeev A.M. High-order harmonic generation in light molecules: moving-nuclei semiclassical simulations // J. Phys. B: At. Mol. Opt. Phys. 2006. V.39, N13. P.S445-S455.

Emelin M.Yu., Ryabikin M.Yu., Sergeev A.M., Chernobrovtseva M.D., Pfeifer T., Walter D., and Gerber G. High-efficiency generation of attosecond excited during atomic ionization from excited electronic states // Europhysics Letters. 2005. V.69, N6. P.913-919.

Pfeifer T., Walter D., Gerber G., Emelin M.Yu., Ryabikin M.Yu., Chernobrovtseva M.D., and Sergeev A.M. Transient enhancement of high-harmonic generation in expanding molecules // Phys. Rev. A. 2004. V.70, N1. Art. no. 013805.

Emelin M.Yu., Ryabikin M.Yu., Sergeev A.M., Chernobrovtseva M.D., Pfeifer T., Walter D., and Gerber G. Attosecond burst and high-harmonic generation in molecular ionization by ultrashort laser pulses // JETP Letters. 2003. V.77, N5. P.212-216.

Ryabikin M. Yu. and Sergeev A. M. Stabilization window and attosecond pulse train production at atom ionization in superintense laser field // Optics Express. 2000. V.7, N12. P.417-426.

Kim A.V., Ryabikin M.Yu., and Sergeev A.M. From femtosecond to attosecond pulses // Physics-Uspekhi. 1999. V.42, N1. P.54-61.

Burenin A.V. and Ryabikin M.Yu. Analytic description of highly excited vibration-rotational states of diatomic molecules: I. Construction of the description // Optics and Spectroscopy. 1995. V.78, N5. P.667-672.

Burenin A.V. and Ryabikin M.Yu. The method for treatment of highly excited vibration-rotational states of simple molecules: Diatomic molecule // Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy. 1989. V.136, N1. P.140-150.

Akhmedzhanov R.A., Polushkin I.N., Rostovstev Yu.V., Ryabikin M.Yu., Shagiev Yu.M., and Yazenkov V.V. Observation of the fine structure of a hydrogen plasma in a microwave field by intracavity laser spectroscopy // Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Physics. 1986. V.63, N1. P.30-33.

Polushkin I.N., Ryabikin M.Yu., Shagiev Yu.M., and Yazenkov V.V. Local microwave field measurements in plasmas by resonant laser-induced fluorescence of hydrogen atoms // Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Physics. 1985. V.62, N5. P.953-956.