Nikita SHCHEBLANOV
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Early stage of the electron kinetics in swift heavy ion tracks in dielectrics
NA Medvedev, AE Volkov, NS Shcheblanov, B Rethfeld
Physical Review B 82 (12), 125425, 2010
582010
Electronic excitation in femtosecond laser interactions with wide-band-gap materials
TE Itina, N Shcheblanov
Applied Physics A 98 (4), 769-775, 2010
312010
Femtosecond laser interactions with dielectric materials: insights of a detailed modeling of electronic excitation and relaxation processes
NS Shcheblanov, TE Itina
Applied Physics A 110 (3), 579-583, 2012
282012
Numerical study of femtosecond laser-assisted atom probe tomography
EP Silaeva, NS Shcheblanov, TE Itina, A Vella, J Houard, ...
Applied Physics A 110 (3), 703-707, 2013
272013
Detailed analysis of plastic shear in the Raman spectra of SiO 2 glass
NS Shcheblanov, B Mantisi, P Umari, A Tanguy
Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids 428, 6-19, 2015
262015
Effect of inter-atomic Auger processes on relaxation of electronic vacancies at deep levels of highly ionized atoms in swift heavy ion tracks
NA Medvedev, AE Volkov, B Rethfeld, NS Shcheblanov
Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B: Beam …, 2010
192010
Effect of interaction of atomic electrons on ionization of an insulator in swift heavy ion tracks
AA Baranov, NA Medvedev, AE Volkov, NS Scheblanov
Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B: Beam …, 2012
142012
Raman spectroscopy of femtosecond multipulse irradiation of vitreous silica: experiment and simulation
NS Shcheblanov, ME Povarnitsyn, KN Mishchik, A Tanguy
Physical Review B 97 (5), 054106, 2018
132018
Bond-breaking mechanism of vitreous silica densification by IR femtosecond laser pulses
NS Shcheblanov, ME Povarnitsyn
EPL (Europhysics Letters) 114 (2), 26004, 2016
132016
Nonlinear photoionization of transparent solids: a nonperturbative theory obeying selection rules
NS Shcheblanov, ME Povarnitsyn, PN Terekhin, S Guizard, A Couairon
Physical Review A 96 (6), 063410, 2017
112017
Electronic excitation and relaxation processes in wide band gap dielectric materials in the transition region of the Keldysh parameter
NS Shcheblanov, EP Silaeva, TE Itina
Applied Surface Science 258 (23), 9417-9420, 2012
92012
Femtosecond laser interactions with semiconductor and dielectric materials
NS Shcheblanov, TJY Derrien, TE Itina
AIP Conference Proceedings 1464 (1), 79-90, 2012
72012
Laser Applications for Nanotechnology: Insights From Numerical Modeling
TE Itina, N Shcheblanov, JP Colombier, R Stoian, E Audouard, TY Derrien, ...
AIP Conference Proceedings 1278 (1), 38-50, 2010
72010
Vibrational and structural properties of P2O5 glass: Advances from a combined modeling approach
NS Shcheblanov, L Giacomazzi, ME Povarnitsyn, S Kohara, ...
Physical Review B 100 (13), 134309, 2019
42019
Numerical study of femtosecond laser interactions with dielectric materials: application to the definition of damage threshold of optical components
NS Shcheblanov
Université Jean Monnet, Saint-Étienne, 2013
42013
Addendum and Erratum: Nature of vibrational excitations in vitreous silica [Phys. Rev. B 56, 8605 (1997)]
NS Shcheblanov, ME Povarnitsyn, SN Taraskin, SR Elliott
Physical Review B 94 (9), 099903, 2016
32016
Collision frequencies and absorption calculations for ultra-short laser interactions with dielectric materials
TE Itina, NS Shcheblanov
Proceedings of SPIE 9065, 906506, 2013
32013
Vibrational analysis of silicon nanoparticles using simulation and decomposition of Raman spectra
ME Povarnitsyn, NS Shcheblanov, DS Ivanov, VY Timoshenko, ...
Physical Review Applied 14 (1), 014067, 2020
12020
Phonon traces in glassy vibrations
NS Shcheblanov, ME Povarnitsyn, JD Wiles, SR Elliott, SN Taraskin
Physical Review B 102 (2), 024202, 2020
12020
Highlighting the impact of shear strain on the SiO2 glass structure: From experiments to atomistic simulations
C Martinet, M Heili, V Martinez, G Kermouche, G Molnar, N Shcheblanov, ...
Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids 533, 119898, 2020
12020
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