Dr. Alexander Laskin is a Project Manager at AdlOptica GmbH, Berlin, Germany, responsible for the project Beam Shaping Optics. A. Laskin graduated in 1990 at Bauman Moscow State Technical University and received there the PhD in 1994. His research areas relate to developing optics for ophthalmology, interferometry, various laser systems and optical instruments.
Apodization of the incident light beam by an optimized quasi-Gaussian profile shifted along an aperture of the acousto-optical cell with appreciable acoustic losses
Characterization of the optical sub-system in an advanced prototype of a new acousto-optical spectrometer for the Mexican Large Millimeter Telescope
Developing the refractive light beam shapers as lossless apodization systems suppressing the side-lobes in Fourier transform optical systems
Applying of refractive beam shapers of circular symmetry to generate non-circular shapes of homogenized laser beams
Keratoscope: a device for noncontact measuring the shape of the anterior corneal surface of the human eye