Dmytro Kolenov

Dmytro Kolenov was born in Kharkiv, Ukraine. He received the BSc in Applied Physics followed with the MSc degree with honours in Space Physics in 2015 from V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University. From 2015 to winter of 2017 he studied the Space Physics in University of Tromso, Norway under the Quota Scheme Scholarship. The scope of the work in the area of Space Physics was  “Simulating magnetic field variations in the mesosphere for laser measurements” and “Plasma wave process studies with GNSS signals propagating through the high- and middle-latitude ionosphere”. In 2017 he started as a Ph. D. student at the TU Delft University in the Optics group of Applied Sciences faculty under the supervision of Silvania Pereira and Paul Urbach. The subject of the current research is “Coherent Fourier Scatterometry for the fast and sensitive detection of subwavelength structures and particles.” 

Dmytro Kolenov - phd-student

Understanding and controlling light-particle scattering on a nanometer scale.

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