Izabela Naydenova

Lecturer

Prof. Izabela Naydenova received her MSc in applied optics from the University of Sofia in 1993 and PhD in physics from the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences in 1999. She worked as a Postdoctoral researcher at the Institute for Physical and Theoretical Chemistry, Technical University of Munich, (1999-2002). Dr Naydenova joined the Centre for Industrial and Engineering Optics, Dublin Institute of Technology as an Arnold F. Graves postdoctoral research fellow in October 2002 and took up current position as a Lecturer in the School of Physics, Dublin Institute of Technology in September 2008. Her current research interests are in holographic recording materials, with a particular focus on photopolymer nanocomposites and self-processing photopolymers, and their applications in holographic sensing, holographic data storage, optical micro patterning and micromanipulation, the design and fabrication of diffractive optical devices by dye deposition lithography. Izabela Naydenova is the author and co-author of more than hundred full length articles and five book chapters on holography related topics.

3books edited

2chapters authored

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Holograms - Recording Materials and Applications covers recent advances in the development of a broad range of holographic recording materials including ionic liquids in photopolymerisable materials, azo-dye containing materials, porous glass and polymer composites, amorphous chalcogenide films, Norland optical adhesive as holographic recording material and organic photochromic materials. In depth analysis of collinear holographic data storage and polychromatic reconstruction for volume holographic memory are included. Novel holographic devices, as well as application of holograms in security and signal processing are covered. Each chapter provides a comprehensive introduction to a specific topic, with a survey of developments to date.

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