Alexei Sokolov
College Station TAMU

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Alexei Sokolov

Faculty: Professor


MPHY 543 (main office)

CHEN 416 (aux. location)


Dr. Sokolov's overall expertise is in the field of laser physics, nonlinear optics, ultrafast science and spectroscopy. His research interests center around applications of molecular coherence to quantum optics, ultrafast laser science and technology, including generation of sub-cycle optical pulses with prescribed temporal shape and studies of ultrafast atomic, molecular, and nuclear processes, as well as applications of quantum coherence in biological and defense-oriented areas.

Latest Publications

Shaul Mukamel, et al. “Roadmap on Quantum Light Spectroscopy.” Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics, TBD, Jan 2020.

Mariia Shutova, Anton D. Shutov, Alexandra A. Zhdanova, Jonathan V. Thompson, and Alexei V. Sokolov. “Coherent Raman Generation Controlled by Wavefront Shaping.” Scientific Reports, 9, 1565, Feb 2019.

Benjamin D. Strycker, Zehua Han, Blake Commer, Brian D. Shaw, Alexei V. Sokolov, and Marlan O. Scully. “CARS spectroscopy of Aspergillus nidulans spores.” Scientific Reports, 9, 1789, Feb 2019.

Mariia Shutova, Zack Liege, Alexander Goltsov, Anatoli Morozov, and Alexei V. Sokolov. “Binary phase plate for high-intensity non-diffracting hollow beam structure.” Journal of the Optical Society of America B, 36(5), 1313, Apr 2019.

Ansam J. Talib, Andrew Fisher, Dmitri V. Voronine, Alexander M. Sinyukov, Sandra C. Bustamante Lopez, Sharad Ambardar, Kenith E. Meissner, Marlan O. Scully, and Alexei V. Sokolov. “Fluorescence imaging of stained red blood cells with simultaneous resonance Raman photostability analysis.” The Analyst, 144(14), 4362--4370, 2019.

Awards & Recognition

  • JoAnn Treat Research Excellence Award (2011)
  • Elected Fellow (2009)
  • Robert S. Hyer Award (2007)
  • Montague Scholarship from Center for Teaching Excellence (2005)
  • Adolph Lomb Medal (2003)