I have been a PhD student in the XUV group since 2020.

My educational background is in theoretical condensed matter physics and computational modeling. Currently, my research interests lie in the field of radiation-matter interaction. Specifically, I am studying the processes behind the interaction of ultrafast laser pulses with metal thin films.


  • Physics

    • Electrons
    • Model
    • Transition Element
  • Material Science

    • Temperature
    • Laser
    • Electronics
    • Transition Metal
  • Chemistry

    • Electron Particle



Atomic-scale insights into damage produced by swift heavy ions in polyethyleneJournal of materials science, 58, 17275-17291. Babaev, P., Akhmetov, F., Gorbunov, S., Medvedev, N., Rymzhanov, R., Voronkov, R. & Volkov, A. E.https://doi.org/10.1007/s10853-023-09117-8Electron-phonon coupling in transition metals beyond Wang's approximationPhysical review B: Covering condensed matter and materials physics, 108(21), Article 214301. Akhmetov, F., Milov, I., Makhotkin, I. A., Ackermann, M. & Vorberger, J.https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevB.108.214301Laser-induced electron dynamics and surface modification in ruthenium thin filmsVacuum, 212, Article 112045. Akhmetov, F., Milov, I., Semin, S., Formisano, F., Medvedev, N., Sturm, J. M., Zhakhovsky, V. V., Makhotkin, I. A., Kimel, A. & Ackermann, M.https://doi.org/10.1016/j.vacuum.2023.112045Laser-induced heating and surface modifications in Ru thin films. Akhmetov, F., Milov, I., Semin, S., Medvedev, N., Formisano, F., Zhakhovsky, V. V., Kimel, A., Makhotkin, I. A. & Ackermann, M.Frontiers, challenges, and solutions in modeling of swift heavy ion effects in materialsJournal of Applied Physics, 133(10), Article 100701. Medvedev, N., Volkov, A. E., Rymzhanov, R., Akhmetov, F., Gorbunov, S., Voronkov, R. & Babaev, P.https://doi.org/10.1063/5.0128774

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