Vladislav Sukharnikov

Universität Hamburg - Fachbereich Mathematik
Bundesstraße 55
20146 Hamburg
Room: T19



Modeling X-Ray Superfluorescence by Stochastic Differential Equations
Supervisors: Prof. Nina Rohringer (DESY/UHH), Prof. Mathias Trabs (formerly UHH)

Vladislav Sukharnikov obtained his Bachelor’s degree in 2018 and his Master’s degree in 2020 at Faculty of Physics, Lomonosov Moscow State University. His research is focused on the quantum optics of light-matter interaction with applications to cooperative emission phenomena and cavity QED. In his Bachelor thesis Vladislav studied spectral properties of squeezed vacuum light generated in the parametric down-conversion process, and his Master thesis was devoted to the study of collective effects in the interaction of non-classical light with nanostructures. As a participant of DESY Summer School 2019, Vladislav studied the influence of dipole-dipole interaction on the superfluorescence of atomic cloud.
In his current PhD project Vladislav is engaged in the research of a promising approach to cooperative spontaneous emission phenomena based on the Fokker-Planck equation and associated stochastic differential equations, which allows to replace equations for operator-valued functions by stochastic equations for c-number functions, that can be exactly solved by common numerical methods.