Projects per year
I graduated from Wroclaw University of Technology with a Master's degree in Advanced Applied Electronics in 2014. During my course I got engaged in various optoelectronic projects. It resulted in an internship in a Dutch company related to the adaptive optics industry. During my Master’s course I was given an opportunity to research novel opto-electrical modulators for far infrared multi kilowatt laser sources for laser produced plasma purposes. This project was carried out in Japan for an EUV microlithography company. After graduating I followed the EUV business to Netherlands where I spent a year working on high power CO2 laser machines used for microlithography. After this experience I decided to join a material science related PhD programme to learn more about the field to benefit my future research.
Diamond Raman Lasers
Colour centers in diamond for quantum technology and laser technology
Extreme UV microlithography
Optical devices and adaptive optics
Research Engineer in Gigaphoton Japan - development of GaAs electro optical modulator for high power CO2 MOPA system
Engineer in ASML Netherlands - support and engineering the high power CO2 MOPA system for EUV microlithography
Fraunhofer UK - studentship in researching the polarization impact on VECSEL lasers performance
Flexible Optical Netherlands - studentship in adaptive optics, publication in SPIE proceedings about hysteresis in piezo deformable mirrors performance
1/10/16 → 30/04/20
1/04/14 → 30/09/22
Project: Research - Studentship
Research Output per year
9 W average power, 150 kHz repetition rate diamond Raman laser at 1519 nm, pumped by a Yb fibre amplifierDziechciarczyk, Ł., Huang, Z., Demetriou, G., Cheng, D., Pidishety, S., Feng, Y., Feng, Y., Wang, G., Lin, H., Zhu, S., Lin, D., Hawkins, T. W., Dong, L., Kemp, A., Nilsson, J. & Savitski, V., 23 Jun 2019. 1 p.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Paper
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article
Data for: "9 W average power, 150 kHz repetition rate diamond Raman laser at 1519 nm, pumped by a Yb fibre amplifier"
Savitski, V. (Creator), University of Strathclyde, 1 Apr 2019