Center for Fundamental and Applied Research
at Dukhov All-Russia Research Institute of Automatics,
Nano-structuring of metal surface by ultrashort laser pulses seen through the perspective of molecular dynamics simulation
Vasily Zhakhovsky is a principal researcher of Center for Fundamental and Applied Research at Dukhov All-Russia Research Institute of Automatics, ROSATOM, in Moscow, since February 2014. He received his PhD in Thermodynamics and Molecular Physics from Joint Institute for High Temperatures, Russian Academy of Science in 1997 under advisement of Prof. Sergey Anisimov. Then, he worked two years as a Postdoctoral Fellow of Japan Society for Promotion of Science with host Prof. Katsunobu Nishihara at Institute of Laser Engineering (ILE), Osaka University, where he received an Award on Academic Achievement of Osaka University in 2001. After eight years at ILE as a senior research scientist, Vasily joined to the faculty of University of South Florida in 2009 as a research associated professor. He came back to Russia in 2013. Dr. Zhakhovsky has 25 years of experience with applications of Molecular Dynamics and Monte-Carlo simulation techniques in shock wave physics, detonation and laser-matter interaction including ablation and spallation. He has several tens publications in refereed journals including Science Advances, PNAS, Applied Physics Letters, Physical Review B, Е, and Physical Review Letters.
Ultrafast energy deposition of femtosecond laser pulse in a surface layer of metal results in a sequence
of phenomena including supersonic melting of heated layer and formation of compression and
rarefaction waves. The rarefaction/stretching wave propagates into the bulk of target and can produce
the large enough stretching of the molten material to cause the bubble nucleation, cavitation and jetting
resulting in dynamical surface nano-structures. Results of our atomistic simulations demonstrate that,
due to the ultra-fast cooling by thermal conduction and resolidification of supercooled liquid, the frozen
nano-structures are formed at later times. MD simulation reveals the underlying mechanisms of such
nano-structuring for different metals and laser pulse characteristics.
|Время начала:||10.05.2018 (Четверг), 11:00|
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