Alexey received his BS, MS, and PhD degrees from Moscow Institute for Physics and Technology in 1998, 2000, and 2003, respectively. In 1997 he started working in the laboratory for active media at the Lebedev Physical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences. His research was focused on the narrow optical resonances in hot and laser-cooled atoms and their applications to metrology. In 2006-2012 he was a visiting scholar in Misha Lukin’s group in Physics Department of Harvard University, where he worked on a number of research projects related to surface plasmons, quantum dots, and NV centers in diamond. The main focus of this activity was light-spin interfaces and solid state nanophotonics. In 2010-2012 he was the acting director of the Russian Quantum Center (RQC) at Skolkovo. He then assumed a Principal Investigator position at the RQC and conducted research in the fields of cold atoms and solid state spin systems. In October 2015 he joined the Physics Department of Texas A&M University as an Assistant Professor.
- Germanium-vacancy Color Center In Diamond As A Temperature Sensor 
- Single Bright Nv Centers In Aggregates Of Detonation Nanodiamonds 
- Light-assisted Collisions In Ultracold Tm Atoms 
- Electron Spin Contrast Of Purcell-enhanced Nitrogen-vacancy Ensembles In Nanodiamonds 
- Superconducting Detector For Visible And Near-infrared Quantum Emitters [invited] 
- Coupling Of Single NV Center To Adiabatically Tapered OpticalSingle Mode Fiber 
- Polarized Cold Cloud Of Thulium Atom