Natalia Kamanina

St. Petersburg Electrotechnical University (“LETI”)

Dr. Sci. PhD. Natalia Vladimirovna Kamanina was born in Kaliningrad, Russian Federation, 1957. She graduated with an Honor Diploma from Leningrad Polytechnical Institute (1981), St. Petersburg, Russia, and received a PhD (Physics & Mathematics) at Vavilov State Optical Institute, St.-Petersburg, Russia (1995), as well as a Dr. Sci. (Physics & Mathematics) at the same institution (2001). She is currently a Head of the Lab for “Photophysics of media with nanoobjects” at Vavilov State Optical Institute St.-Petersburg, Russia and has been involved in collaboration research with many researchers and scientists all over the world since 1995, publishing about 200 technical papers. Her pioneer ideas and experienced contributions were applied in technique and were certificated by 13 Russian Patents. Dr.Sci. N.V. Kamanina has current interest in the areas of investigations on organic conjugated materials, liquid crystals, inorganic soft materials of the UV and IR range, laser-matter interaction, fullerenes and biological objects. She has an experience in nanoparticles doping process of organics, in recording of amplitude-phase thin gratings in thin films as well as in developing of LC cells and spatial light modulators; she has an experience in optical limiting effect of laser radiation over visible and infrared spectral ranges, in medical applications of LC structures to orient human blood cell. In parallel to her scientific activity, she has also been lecturing from 2001, as a Professor of Electronic Department at St. Petersburg Electrotechnical University( “LETI”). Scopus Author ID: 55980751700. h-index in Scopus is 17, in RINC is 19.

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Latest work with IntechOpen by Natalia Kamanina

Following the targeted word direction of Opto- and Nanoelectronics, the field of science and technology related to the development of new display technology and organic materials based on liquid crystals ones is meeting the task of replacing volume inorganic electro-optical matrices and devices. An important way in this direction is the study of promising photorefractive materials, conducting coatings, alignment layers, as well as electric schemes that allow the control of liquid crystal mesophase with good advantage. This book includes advanced and revised contributions and covers theoretical modeling for optoelectronics and nonlinear optics, as well as includes experimental methods, new schemes, new approach and explanation which extends the display technology for laser, semiconductor device technology, medicine, biotechnology, etc. The advanced idea, approach, and information described here will be fruitful for the readers to find a sustainable solution in a fundamental study and in the industry.

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