Eugene Oks Professor Theoretical Atomic, Laser and Plasma Physics Email: goks@physics.auburn.edu Office: Allison Labs #215 |

Professor Oks received his Ph.D. in 1975 from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology and his Doctor of Sciences in 1985 from the Institute of General Physics, Academy of Sciences, Moscow. The latter degree "is awarded only to outstanding Ph.D. scientists who founded a new research field of great interest." Prior to coming to the Auburn University, Professor Oks held a variety of senior research positions in the Soviet Union and later in Germany. Professor Oks authored or co‑authored about 300 publications in various research fields, such as He authored 3 monographs, the two latest ones being titled: “ He founded/co-founded and developed new research fields: - INTRA-STARK SPECTROSCOPY (new class of nonlinear optical phenomena in plasmas that has an analogy with intra-Doppler spectroscopy in nonlinear optics;
- MASING WITHOUT INVERSION (advanced schemes for generating/amplifying coherent microwave radiation);
- QUANTUM CHAOS (nonlinear dynamics in the microscopic world).
He is a member of the Program Committees of two International Conferences: the bi‑annual conference "Spectral Line Shapes" and the annual Zvenigorod Conference on Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion. For 9 years he was the Associate Editor of the Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer. His achievements have been also recognized by the Dean's Research Award (1996) and by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (1988). ## Selected PublicationsNOTE: in the list below, collaborative papers with Frontiers of quantum mechanics “Application of Dirac’s Generalized Hamiltonian Dynamics to Atomic and Molecular Systems”, “High-energy Tail of the Linear Momentum Distribution in the Ground State of Hydrogen Atoms or Hydrogen-like Ions”, E. Oks, J. Phys. B, 2001, v. 34, 2235. “Are Crossings of Energy Levels and Charge Exchange Really Quantum Phenomena?”, “A Purely Classical Description of Crossings of Energy Levels and of Spectroscopic Signatures of Charge Exchange”, E. Oks, J. Phys. B, 2000, v. 33, 3319. “A Robust Perturbation Theory for Degenerate States Based on Exact Constants of the Motion”, Intra Stark spectroscopy, including nonlinear optical phenomena in plasma spectroscopy Book " {FRA} “Experimental Evidence of Langmuir-Wave-Caused Features in Spectral Lines of Laser-Produced Plasmas”, O. Renner, E. Dalimier, E. Oks, F. Krasniqi, E. Dufour, R. Schott, and E. Frster, J. Quant. Spectr. Rad. Transfer, 2005. {FRA} “Advanced Simulations of Spectroscopic Signatures of Charge Exchange in Laser-Produced Plasmas”, E. Leboucher-Dalimier, E. Oks, E.Dufour, P. Angelo, P. Sauvan, R. Schott, and A. Poquerusse, Eur. Phys. J. D, 2002, v. 20, 269. {FRA} “Experimental Discovery of Charge-exchange-caused Dips in Spectral Lines from Laser-produced Plasmas”, E. Leboucher-Dalimier, E. Oks, E.Dufour, P. Sauvan, P. Angelo, R. Schott, and A. Poquerusse, Phys. Rev. E, Rapid Communications, 2001, v. 64, 065401. {GER} "A Novel Structure on the H alpha Line Profile of Hydrogen in a Dense Helium Plasma", {GER} "Spectroscopy of Atomic Hydrogen in Dense Plasmas in the Presence of Dynamic Fields: Intra Stark Spectroscopy", Nonconventional approaches to the Stark broadening of spectral lines in plasmas Book “ {FRA} “Comparison of the Stark Widths and Shifts of the H-alpha Line Measured in a Flash Tube Plasma with Theoretical Results”, S.A. Flih, E. Oks, and Y. Vitel, J. Phys. B, 2003, v. 36, 283. {USA} “Balmer Series H-beta Measurements in a Laser-Induced Hydrogen Plasma”, “Reduction of Spectral Line Shifts due to the Acceleration of Electrons by the Ion Field in Plasmas”, E. Oks, J. Phys. B, 2002, v. 35, 2251. {USA} “Application of the Generalized Theory of Stark Broadening to Experimental Highly-Excited Balmer Lines from a Radio-Frequency Discharge”, E. Oks, R.D. Bengtson, and J. Touma, Contributions to Plasma Physics, 2000, v. 40, 158. “A New Spectroscopic Effect Resulting in a Narrowing of Hydrogen Lines in Dense Plasmas”, “Review of the Advanced Generalized Theory for Stark Broadening of Hydrogen Lines in Plasmas with Tables”, J. Touma, E. Oks, S. Alexiou, and A. Derevianko, J. Quant. Spectr. Rad. Transfer, 2000, v. 65, 543. “Advance in Diagnostics for High-Temperature Plasmas Based on the Analytical Result for the Ion Dynamical Broadening of Hydrogen Spectral Lines”, E. Oks, Phys. Rev. E., Rapid Communications, 1999, v. 60, 2480. “New Type of Shift of Hydrogen- and Hydrogenlike Spectral Lines”, E. Oks, J. Quant. Spectr. Rad. Transfer , 1997, v. 58, 821. "Dual Purpose Diagnostics of the Edge Plasmas of Tokamaks Based on a Novel Spectroscopic Effect", A. Derevianko and E. Oks, Rev. Sci. Instrum., 1997, v.68, No.1. "A Generalized Theory of Stark Broadening of Hydrogen Like Spectral Lines in Dense Plasmas", "Ion Impacts on Moving Emitters: a Convergent Theory of Anisotropic Broadening in High Temperature Plasmas", A. Derevianko and E. Oks, J. Quant. Spectr. Rad. Transfer, 1995, v.54, 137. "A Generalized Theory of Ion Impact Broadening in Magnetized Plasmas and its Applications for Tokamaks", A. Derevianko and E. Oks, Phys. Rev. Lett., 1994, v.73, 2059. "A Convergent Theory of Stark Broadening of Hydrogen Lines in Dense Plasmas", Lasing or high harmonic generation in dressed quantum systems “Towards the Design of Tunable X-ray Lasers by Dressing the Plasma with the Elliptically Polarized Radiation of an Optical Laser”, V.P. Gavrilenko and E. Oks, Eur. Phys. J. D, 2004, v. 28, 253-257. “Dramatic Enhancement of the High-order Harmonic Generation by Using either Dipole Media or a Double Multiquantum Resonance”, E. Oks and V.P. Gavrilenko, J. Phys. IV France, 2001, v. 11, Pr2-365. “Enhancement of X-ray Lasers by Narrowing of the Lasing Spectral Line due to a Dressing by an Optical Laser Radiation”, E. Oks, J. Phys. B, 2000, v. 33, L801. “A Significant Enhancement of the High-Order Harmonic Generation by Using a Dipole Gas”, "Novel Principle for a Tunable Amplification of Microwaves Driven by a Laser Radiation", "Polarization of a Dipole Gas Under a Resonant Interaction with a Strong Bichromatic Field", Rydberg atoms and nonlinear dynamics in the microscopic world “Magnetic Stabilization of a Rydberg Quasi-Molecule in Circular States”, M.R. Flannery and E. Oks, Phys. Rev. A, 2006, 73, 013405. “Circular Rydberg States of Hydrogenlike Systems in Collinear Electric and Magnetic Fields of Arbitrary Strengths: an Exact Analytical Classical Solution”, E. Oks, Eur. Phys. J. D, 2004, 28, 171. “Multiphoton Ionization of Hydrogen in Parallel Microwave and Static Fields: Quantal and Classical Simulations”, F. Robicheau, E. Oks, A.L. Parker, and T. Uzer, J. Phys. B, 2002, v. 35, 4613. “Rapid Oscillations of the Survival Probability in the Ionization of Hydrogen by Slightly Misaligned Microwave and Static Electric Fields”, E. Oks and T. Uzer, J. Phys. B, 2000, v. 33, 5357. “New Guiding Principles for Ionization Yield of Hydrogen in Rotating Microwave Fields”, “Rydberg Atoms as Sensitive Magnetic Probes”, E. Oks and T. Uzer, J. Phys. B, 2000, v. 33, 2207. “Multifrequency Resonance Transitions in the Ionization of Hydrogen by a Single-Frequency Microwave Field”, E. Oks and T. Uzer, J. Phys. B, 2000, v. 33, 1985. “Rydberg Electron Dynamics in High-Frequency, Elliptically Polarized Microwave Fields“, “Ionization of Hydrogen in Elliptically Polarized Microwave Fields”, E. Oks and T. Uzer, J. Phys. B, 1999, v. 32, 3601. "Highly Excited atom in a High Frequency Field of Linearly Polarized electromagnetic Radiation", "Stochastic Instability of an Oscillator and the Ionization of Highly Excited Atoms Under the Action of Electromagnetic Radiation", Some other joint "ventures" with experimental groups {RUS} “Spectroscopic Study of Anomalous Electric Fields in Peripheral Regions of a Current Sheet Plasma”, A.G. Frank, V.P. Gavrilenko, N.P. Kyrie, and E. Oks, J. Phys. B, 2006. {USA} “Density Measurements from the Asymmetry of the Lyman Zeta Line in a Vacuum Spark Lithium Discharge”, N.K. Podder, E.J. Clothiaux, and E. Oks, Contributions to Plasma Physics, 1999, v. 39, 529. {USA} “Diagnostics of Langmuir Oscillations in a Superdense Plasma”, J. Weinheimer, E. Oks, E.J. Clothiaux, A. Schulz, and V. Svidzinski, IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, 1998, v. 26, 1239. {USA} "Measurement of the Polarization of Line Profiles in the X Ray Region and the Diagnostic Possibilities", E.J. Clothiaux, E. Oks, J. Weinheimer, V. Svidzinski, and A. Schulz, J. Quant. Spectr. Rad. Transfer, 1997. {GER} "Use of the Fluorescence Spectroscopy of CS for Measurements of Electric fields in a Discharge Plasma", S. Maurmann, V.P. Gavrilenko, H. J. Kunze, and E. Oks, J. Phys. D., 1996, v.29, 1525. {RUS} "Anomalous Electric Fields Inside a Dense Plasma of a Current Sheet", {GER} "Effect of an Electric Field and Collisions on the Laser Induced Fluorescence of CS Molecules", S. Maurmann, H. J. Kunze, V.P. Gavrilenko, and E. Oks, J. Phys. B, 1996, v.29, 25. |