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Dr. Vitali Nagirnyi












Dr. Vitali Nagirnyi
Senior researcher at the Institute of Physics, University of Tartu, Estonia
New features of hot intraband luminescence

Vitali Nagirnyi is a recognized expert in the field of time-resolved spectroscopy of wide gap solids under UV, VUV, XUV and X-irradiation. The main directions of his research are related to the investigation of the band structure of wide-gap crystals, relaxation processes and mutual interaction of electronic excitations (incl. the studies under extreme excitation conditions provided by modern free electron lasers and powerful short-wavelength fs-lasers), energy transfer from host matrices to intrinsic and extrinsic (e.g., impurity ions) luminescence centres. He has an extended research experience in working with various pulsed excitation sources such as synchrotron radiation (MAX-Lab, HASYLAB), free-electron laser FLASH (DESY), tunable OPO fs-laser systems (Laser Research Centre, University of Vilnius), electron guns (Tartu), and HHG devises (Saclay). V. Nagirnyi has been one of the leading researchers in a number of national grants awarded by Estonian Research Council and a Centre of Excellence project funded by European Commission and structural funding in Estonia. He has taken an active position in several international collaborations of INCO-COPERNICUS program, Crystal Clear Collaboration at CERN and in several COST actions (“Fast advanced Scintillator Timing” and “Advanced X-ray spatial and temporal metrology”). He is a recognized reviewer of journals Radiation Measurements, Journal of Luminescence, Vacuum, an Editorial Board member of Vacuum and has been a guest Editor of several IEEE TNS special issues. In his publication list, there are 133 papers according to Web of Science database.

A complete CV of Vitali Nagirnyi can be found at the Estonian Research Portal.



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