Julia M. Mikhailova

Julia M. Mikhailova
Assistant Professor
PhD, Lomonosov Moscow State University, 2007 (Physics)
D420 Engineering Quadrangle

Research Area(s)

Applied Physics

Short Bio

Attosecond science, high-­harmonic and attosecond‐pulse generation and application. High-­field physics, high-­power lasers, relativistic laser‐plasma interaction, synchrotron­‐type intense x‐ray radiation from solids, laser­‐driven particle acceleration. Ultrafast and nonlinear optics, few-­cycle optical pulse generation, optical parametric chirped pulse amplification, femtosecond laser filamentation, nonlinear fiber optics. Quantum optics, entanglement of quantum states, biphoton states in spontaneous parametric light scattering.

Selected Publications

  • M.R. Edwards, N.J. Fisch, & J.M. Mikhailova, Strongly Enhanced Stimulated Brillouin Backscattering in an Electron-Positron Plasma. Physical Review Letters 116, 015004 (2016).

  • M.R. Edwards, V.T. Platonenko, J.M. Mikhailova, Enhanced attosecond bursts of relativistic high-­order harmonics driven by two‐color fields, Optics Letters, 39, 6823 (2014)

  • P. Heissler, R. Hoerlein, J.M. Mikhailova, L. Waldecker, P. Tzallas, A. Buck,, K. Schmid, C. M. S. Sears, F. Krausz, L. Veisz, M. Zepf, and G. D. Tsakiris, Few-­cycle driven relativistically oscillating plasma mirrors: a source of intense, isolated attosecond pulses, Physical Review Letters 08, 235003 (2012)

  • J.M. Mikhailova, M.V. Fedorov, N. Karpowicz, P. Gibbon, V.T. Platonenko, A.M. Zheltikov, and F. Krausz, Isolated attosecond pulses from laser-­‐driven synchrotron radiation,Physical Review Letters 109, 245005 (2012)

  • J.M. Mikhailova, A. Buck, A. Borot, K. Schmid, C. M. S. Sears, G. D. Tsakiris, F. Krausz, and L. Veisz, Ultrahigh-­‐contrast few-­‐cycle pulses for multipetawatt-­class laser technology, Optics Letters, 36, 3145 (2011)