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Вергелес Сергей Сергеевич
Младший научный сотрудник ИТФ им. Л.Д. Ландау РАН

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Кандидат физико-математических наук
Тема: “Реологические свойства везикулярной суспензий”. (Текст диссертации PDF)
Защита: июнь 2008 года, Институт теоретической физики им. Л.Д. Ландау РАН

Публикации
25. S. V. Filatov, V. M. Parfenyev, S. S. Vergeles, M. Yu. Brazhnikov, A. A. Levchenko, and V. V. Lebedev. “Nonlinear Generation of Vorticity by Surface Waves”, Physical Review Letters, vol. 116, p. 054501 (2016) PDF Supplementary materials PDF
24. Sergey Belan, Vladimir Parfenyev, and Sergey S. Vergeles. “Negative-angle refraction and reflection of visible light with a planar array of silver dimers”, Optical Materials Express, vol. 5, p. 2843 (2015) PDF
23. Vergeles S.S. and Sarychev A.K. “Silicon “plasmonics” and optical field concentration at nanometer scale”, In SPIE Nanoscience + Engineering, vol. 9544 “Metamaterials, Metadevices, and Metasystems 2015”, p. 954415. International Society for Optics and Photonics. (2015, September) PDF
22a. Dmitry V. Churkin, Igor Kolokolov, Evgeniy V. Podivilov, Ilya Vatnik, Maxim Nikulin, Sergey Vergeles, Ivan Terekhov, Vladimir Lebedev, Gregory Falkovich, Sergey A. Babin, and Sergei Turitsyn, “How Optical Spectrum of Random Fiber Laser is Formed”, In CLEO: QELS_Fundamental Science (pp. FW4D-5). Optical Society of America. (2015, May) PDF
22. D.V. Churkin, I.V. Kolokolov, E.V. Podivilov, I.D. Vatnik, M.A. Nikulin, S.S. Vergeles, I.S. Terekhov, V.V. Lebedev, G. Falkovich, S.A. Babin and S.K. Turitsyn, “Wave kinetics of random fibre lasers”, Nature Communications, vol. 6, p. 6214 (2015) PDF , Supplementary materials PDF
21. Belan S.A. and Vergeles S.S. “Plasmon mode propagation in array of closely spaced metallic cylinders”, Optical Materials Express, vol. 5, p. 130 (2015) PDF
20. Belan S., Chernykh A., Lebedev V., Vergeles S. “Confinement of inertial particles in the viscous boundary layer of a turbulent flow”, JEPT Letters, vol. 101, p. 12-16 (2015) PDF
19. Terekhov I.S., Vergeles S.S., and Turitsyn S.K. “Conditional Probability Calculations for the Nonlinear Schrödinger Equation with Additive Noise”, Physical Review Letters, vol. 113, p. 230602 (2014) PDF
18. Kolokolov I.V., Lebedev V.V., Podivilov E.V., Vergeles S.S. “Theory of a random fiber laser”, ЖЭТФ, т. 146, с. 1295 (2014) PDF
17. I. A. Fedorov, V.M. Parfenyev, S.S. Vergeles, G.T. Tartakovsky and A.K. Sarychev “Allowable number of plasmons in nanoparticle”, Pis’ma v ZhETF, vol. 100, p. 591 (2014) PDF
16. V.M. Parfeniev and S.S. Vergeles “Quantum theory of a spaser-based nanolaser”, Optics Express, vol. 22, p. 13671 (2014) PDF
15a. S. Belan, S. Vergeles and P. Vorobev “Adjustable subwavelength localization in a hybrid plasmonic waveguide”, Труды МФТИ, Т. 5, № 1, стр. 150 (2013) PDF
15. S. Belan, S. Vergeles and P. Vorobev “Adjustable subwavelength localization in a hybrid plasmonic waveguide”, Optics Express, vol. 21, p. 7427 (2013) PDF
14. Vladimir V. Lebedev, Sergey S. Vergeles and Petr E. Vorobev, “Surface modes in metal-insulator composites with strong interaction of metal particles”, Applied Physics B: Lasers and Optics, Vol. 111, pp. 577-588 (2013) PDF
13. V. M. Parfenyev and S. S. Vergeles “Intensity-dependent frequency shift in surface plasmon amplification by stimulated emission of radiation”, Physical Review A, Vol. 86, p. 043824 (2012) PDF
12. V.E. Babicheva, S.S. Vergeles, P.E. Vorobev, and S. Burger “Localized surface plasmon modes in a system of two interacting metallic cylinders”, Journal of the Optical Society of America B, Vol. 29, Issue 6, pp. 1263-1269 (2012) PDF
11. A. Ivanov, A. Shalygin, V. Lebedev, P. Vorobev, S. Vergeles and A. K. Sarychev “Plasmonic extraordinary transmittance in array of metal nanorods”, Applied Physics A: Materials Science & Processing, Vol. 107, pp. 17-21 (2011) PDF
10. S.Vergeles, and P.E.Vorobev “Motion of near-spherical micro-capsule in planar external flow”, JETP Letters 94, 513 (2011) PDF
9. S.Vergeles, and S.K.Turitsyn “Optical rogue waves in telecommunication data streams”, Physical Review A 83, 061801(R) (2011) PDF
8. V.Lebedev, S.Vergeles, and P.Vorobev, “Giant enhancement of electric field between two close metallic grains due to plasmonic resonance”, Optics Letters 35, 640-642 (2010) PDF
7. S.S.Vergeles, “Rheological properties of a vesicle suspension”, JETP Letters, vol.87, p.511, 2008. PDF
6. K.S. Turitsyn and S.S. Vergeles, “Wrinkling of vesicles during transient dynamics in elongational flow”, Phys.Rev.Lett., vol.100, p.028103, 2008. PDF
5. V.V. Lebedev, K.S. Turitsyn, and S.S. Vergeles, “Nearly spherical vesicles in an external flow”, New J. Physics, vol.10, p.043044, 2008. PDF
4. V.V. Lebedev, K.S. Turitsyn, and S.S. Vergeles, “Dynamics of nearly spherical vesicles in an external flow”, Phys. Rev. Lett., vol.100, p.028103, 2007. PDF
3. S.S.Vergeles, “Spatial dependence of correlation functions in the decay problem for a passive scalar in a large-scale velocity field”, Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Physics, vol.102, pp.685--701, 2006. PDF
2. Y.Chung, V.V.Lebedev, and S.S.Vergeles, “Radiation-induced interaction of optical solitons in fibers with randomly varying birefringence”, Physical Review E, vol.69, p.046612, 2004. PDF
1. Y.Chung, V.V.Lebedev, and S.S.Vergeles, “Interaction of solitons through radiation in optical fibers with randomly varying birefringence”, Optics Letters, vol.29, p.1245, 2004. PDF