Tatiana Itina

Prof. Tatiana E. Itina is one of the world’s leading experts in the field of laser-matter interactions and, particularly, in numerical modeling of laser ablation for numerous applications ranging from surface micro- and nanostructuring to nanoparticle synthesis, thin-film deposition, material analysis, laser-assisted plasmonic and magneto-plasmonic nanostructure formation, etc. She currently holds a CNRS research director position at the Hubert Curien Laboratory, CNRS/University Jean Monnet/University of Lyon (Saint Etienne, France), where she is also an experienced team leader. Before this, she worked at the Pennsylvania State University (USA) and at LP3 Laboratory in Marseille (France). Also, she was invited as a researcher or a research professor to the Virginia State University (USA), Australian National University (Australia), ITMO University (Saint Petersburg, Russia), and other institutions. Prof. Itina has authored more than 100 scientific publications, took part in many international conferences, initiated numerous international collaborations, and received several awards.

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Shortly after the demonstration of the first laser, the most intensely studied theoretical topics dealt with laser-matter interactions. Many experiments were undertaken to clarify the major ablation mechanisms. At the same time, numerous theoretical studies, both analytical and numerical, were proposed to describe these interactions. These studies paved the ways toward the development of numerous laser applications, ranging from laser micro- and nanomachining to material analysis, nanoparticle and nanostructure formation, thin-film deposition, etc. Recently, more and more promising novel fields of laser applications have appeared, including biomedicine, catalysis, photovoltaic cells, etc. This book intends to provide the reader with a comprehensive overview of the current state of the art in laser ablation, from its fundamental mechanisms to novel applications.

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