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Dr Roman Spesyvtsev

Research Associate


Personal statement

Roman Spesyvtsev is currently working in the Department of Physics on the development and applications of Laser-driven Wakefield Accelerators (LWFA).

Following the completion of his PhD in 2013, undertaken at University College London (England) under the supervision of Prof Helen Fielding, he was working as a postdoctoral researcher at Kyoto University in the group of Prof Toshinori Suzuki and later moved to St Andrews (Scotland) to join the Optical Manipulation group.


Deep tissue, wide-field multiphoton imaging using TEMPPIX
Escobet-Montalbán Adrià , Spesyvtsev Roman, Chen Mingzhou, Saber Wardiya Afshar, Andrews Melissa, Herrington C. Simon , Mazilu Michael, Dholakia Kishan
CLEO, (2018)
Real-time detection of S(1D2) photofragments produced from the 1B2(1Σu+) state of CS2 by vacuum ultraviolet photoelectron imaging using 133 nm probe pulses
Horio Takuya, Spesyvtsev Roman, Furumido Yu, Suzuki Toshinori
Journal of Chemical Physics Vol 147, (2017)
Harnessing speckle for a sub-femtometre resolved broadband wavemeter and laser stabilization
Metzger Nikolaus Klaus, Spesyvtsev Roman, Bruce Graham D., Miller Bill, Maker Gareth T., Malcolm Graeme, Mazilu Michael, Dholakia Kishan
Nature Communications Vol 8, (2017)

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