Nalimov, Anton Gennadyevich

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Candidate of physico-mathematical sciences


Graduated from Samara State Aerospace University (SSAU) in 2003. He received his Candidate of Phys & Math degree from SSAU in 2006. Currently, he works as an associate professor at SSAU's Technical Cybernetics sub-department and a researcher at the Image Processing Systems Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
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Publications in Math-Net.Ru
1. V. V. Kotlyar, S. S. Stafeev, A. G. Nalimov, A. A. Kovalev, “Formation of the reverse flow of energy in a sharp focus”, Computer Optics, 43:5 (2019),  714–722  mathnet
2. A. G. Nalimov, V. V. Kotlyar, “Sharp focus of a circularly polarized optical vortex at the output of a metalens illuminated by linearly polarized light”, Computer Optics, 43:4 (2019),  528–534  mathnet
3. V. V. Kotlyar, A. G. Nalimov, S. S. Stafeev, “Comparison of backward flow values in the sharp focus of light fields with polarization and phase singularity”, Computer Optics, 43:2 (2019),  174–183  mathnet
4. S. S. Stafeev, A. G. Nalimov, L. O'Faolain, M. V. Kotlyar, “Effects of fabrication errors on the focusing performance of a sector metalens”, Computer Optics, 42:6 (2018),  970–976  mathnet
5. A. G. Nalimov, V. V. Kotlyar, T. V. Kononenko, V. I. Konov, “An X-ray diamond focuser based on an array of three-component elements”, Computer Optics, 42:6 (2018),  933–940  mathnet
6. S. S. Stafeev, A. G. Nalimov, V. V. Kotlyar, “Energy backflow in a focal spot of the cylindrical vector beam”, Computer Optics, 42:5 (2018),  744–750  mathnet
7. V. V. Kotlyar, A. G. Nalimov, “A spirally rotating backward flow of light”, Computer Optics, 42:4 (2018),  527–533  mathnet
8. V. V. Kotlyar, A. A. Kovalev, A. G. Nalimov, “Backward flow of energy for an optical vortex with arbitrary integer topological charge”, Computer Optics, 42:3 (2018),  408–413  mathnet
9. V. V. Kotlyar, A. G. Nalimov, S. S. Stafeev, “The near-axis backflow of energy in a tightly focused optical vortex with circular polarization”, Computer Optics, 42:3 (2018),  392–400  mathnet
10. S. S. Stafeev, A. G. Nalimov, “Longitudinal component of the Poynting vector of a tightly focused optical vortex with circular polarization”, Computer Optics, 42:2 (2018),  190–196  mathnet
11. A. G. Nalimov, V. V. Kotlyar, V. I. Konov, “Simulation of hard x-ray focusing using an array of cylindrical micro-holes in a diamond film”, Computer Optics, 41:6 (2017),  796–802  mathnet
12. A. G. Nalimov, “Modeling a high numerical aperture micrometalens with a varying number of sectors”, Computer Optics, 41:5 (2017),  655–660  mathnet
13. V. V. Kotlyar, A. G. Nalimov, “A vector optical vortex generated and focused using a metalens”, Computer Optics, 41:5 (2017),  645–654  mathnet
14. A. G. Nalimov, S. S. Stafeev, E. S. Kozlova, V. V. Kotlyar, L. O'Faolain, M. V. Kotlyar, “Subwavelength focusing of laser light using a chromium zone plate”, Computer Optics, 41:3 (2017),  356–362  mathnet
15. S. S. Stafeev, A. G. Nalimov, L. O'Faolain, M. V. Kotlyar, “Binary diffraction gratings for controlling polarization and phase of laser light [review]”, Computer Optics, 41:3 (2017),  299–314  mathnet
16. V. V. Kotlyar, A. G. Nalimov, S. S. Stafeev, L. O'Faolain, M. V. Kotlyar, “Thin metalens with high numerical aperture”, Computer Optics, 41:1 (2017),  5–12  mathnet
17. V. V. Kotlyar, A. G. Nalimov, “Tightly focused laser light with azimuthal polarization and singular phase”, Computer Optics, 40:5 (2016),  642–648  mathnet
18. S. S. Stafeev, A. G. Nalimov, M. V. Kotlyar, L. O'Faolain, “Subwavelength focusing of laser light of a mixture of linearly and azimuthally polarized beams”, Computer Optics, 40:4 (2016),  458–466  mathnet
19. V. V. Kotlyar, A. G. Nalimov, M. V. Kotlyar, “Modeling a polarization microlens to focus linearly polarized light into a near-circular subwavelength focal spot”, Computer Optics, 40:4 (2016),  451–457  mathnet
20. A. G. Nalimov, V. V. Kotlyar, “Sharp focusing of light using a planar gradient microlens”, Computer Optics, 40:2 (2016),  135–140  mathnet
21. S. S. Stafeev, M. V. Kotlyar, L. O'Faolain, A. G. Nalimov, V. V. Kotlyar, “A four-zone transmission azimuthal micropolarizer with phase shift”, Computer Optics, 40:1 (2016),  12–18  mathnet
22. S. S. Stafeev, A. G. Nalimov, M. V. Kotlyar, L. O'Faolain, “A four-zone reflective azimuthal micropolarizer”, Computer Optics, 39:5 (2015),  709–715  mathnet
23. E. S. Kozlova, V. V. Kotlyar, A. G. Nalimov, “Comparative modeling of amplitude and phase zone plates”, Computer Optics, 39:5 (2015),  687–693  mathnet
24. A. G. Nalimov, V. V. Kotlyar, “Use of combined zone plates as imaging optics for hard x-rays”, Computer Optics, 39:1 (2015),  52–57  mathnet
25. S. S. Stafeev, L. O'Faolain, M. I. Shanina (Kotlyar), A. G. Nalimov, V. V. Kotlyar, “Sharp focusing of a mixture of radially and linearly polarized beams using a binary microlens”, Computer Optics, 38:4 (2014),  606–613  mathnet
26. A. G. Nalimov, L. O'Faolain, S. S. Stafeev, M. I. Shanina, V. V. Kotlyar, “Reflected four-zones subwavelenghth mictooptics element for polarization conversion from linear to radial”, Computer Optics, 38:2 (2014),  229–236  mathnet

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