Leonid Glebov got his Ph.D. in Physics (major in Optics) from State Optical Institute, Leningrad, Russia (1976). He has been affiliated with this institute up to 1995 holding different positions in research and management. Since 1995 Dr. Glebov has been at CREOL/ The College of Optics and Photonics, University of Central Florida as a Research Professor. He has published a book and more than 400 papers in scientific journals and holds 14 awarded US patents. He is a member of Organizing and Program Committees for a number of International Conferences. Dr. Glebov is a highly ranked scientist, fellow of the American Ceramic Society the major societies in optics and photonics. The main directions of his research are optical properties of glasses, volume holographic optical elements in photosensitive glasses along with semiconductor, solid state and fiber lasers controlled by these elements.
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Photo-Thermo-Refractive Glasses for Advanced Laser Applications
Photo-thermo-refractive (PTR) glass is a multicomponent silicate glass that shows permanent refractive index change after exposure to near UV radiation followed by thermal treatment. This feature enables fabrication of highly efficient and stable holographic optical elements that produce complex spectral and spatial operations with optical beams. These passive glass elements enable dramatic increases of brightness of lasers and resolution of spectrometers.