Professor Nail Akhmediev
Professor Nail Akhmediev is one of the leading
researchers in theoretical nonlinear optics internationally.
He is a Fellow of the Optical Society of America in recognition of his work on nonlinear guided optics.
He is a winner of prestigious Alexander von Humboldt Award for his pioneering contributions to nonlinear dynamics, the theory of dissipative solitons and rogue waves.
He is Chair and a member of scientific program committees for many international conferences in optics and nonlinear dynamics.
He has published over 270 papers in refereed international journals, more than 130 conference papers, several books including a book "Solitons, nonlinear pulses and beams" Chapman and Hall, London (1997) with Dr. Ankiewicz and several chapters in books.