Associate Professor

 Phone: (406)-994-3474
 Room: EPS 243

Senior research scientist

 Phone: (406)-994-3386
 Room: EPS 237A

Visiting Researchers

(Applications are Welcome)


Dr. Viktor Bratus

He worked in our lab in 2003-2004.
In 2008 he defended Habilitation thesis (highest degree for researchers).
Institute of Semiconductor Physics, Ukraine.

G.Malovichko, V.Bratus, V.Grachev, E.Kokanyan. Electron paramagnetic resonance and electron-nuclear double resonance study of nonequivalent Yb3+ centers in congruent and nearly stoichiometric lithium niobate. Physica Status Solidi (b): 246, No. 1, 215–225 (2009)


Dr. Sergei Okulov

He worked in our lab in 2002 and 2006.
Since 2007 he is the Head of magnetic resonance group in the Instutute of Superhard Materials, Ukraine.

G.Malovichko, V.Bratus, M.Munro, E.Kokanyan, S.Okulov, V.Grachev. Multifrequency spectroscopy of laser active centers Nd3+ and Yb3+ in nearly stoichiometric LiNbO3. Physica Status Solidi (c), 4, 1346–1351 (2007).

G.Malovichko, V.Grachev, S.Okulov, E.Kokanyan, F.Henecker, A.Hofstaetter, O.Schirmer. EPR of Nd3+ in congruent and nearly stoichiometric lithium niobate. Physica Status Solidi (b), 243, 409-415 (2006).


Dr. Vladimir Pankratov

He worked in our lab in 2006.
Institute of Solid State Physics, Latvia.

G.Malovichko, V.Grachev, T.Rust, V.Pankratov. Flight to Mars and radiation defects in Li2B4O7 and KTiOPO4. Physica Status Solidi (c), 4, 1288–1292 (2007)


Dr. Martin Meyer

He worked in our lab in 2006 and 2007-2009.
Osnabrueck University, Germany

G.Malovichko, V.Grachev, J.Jorgensen, M.Meyer, M.Munro, B.Todt, I.Vrable, E.Kokanyan, V.Bratus, S.Okulov. Magnetic resonance study of non-equivalent centers created by 4f-Ions in congruent and stoichiometric lithium niobate. MRS Proceedings. v. 1111. D01-03 (2009).

M.Meyer, C.Veber, O.F.Schirmer, G.I.Malovichko, V.G.Grachev, M.Kaczmarek. BaTiO3 and Ba0.77Ca0.27TiO3 doped with Rhodium: quantitative determination of charge transfer parameters by EPR-based defect studies. OSA TOPS, 87, 124-127 (2003).


Bettina Schoke

She visited our lab in 2008.
Graduate student, Osnabrueck University, Germany.