Hayk Gevorgyan

Researcher | PhD

Hayk Gevorgyan obtained his BSc degree at Yerevan State University, Armenia in 2016 and a MSc degree (theoretical physics) in the same University in 2018. He was awarded best student 2015 of the Republic of Armenia (first prize) and best student 2017 (winner) at the Yerevan State University. He next obtained an international master’s degree in 2017-2018, “Physics, Photonics & Nanotechnology” at University of Bourgogne, Dijon (France). He was then enrolled in two PhD studies, in A. Alikhanyan National Science Laboratory - Yerevan Physics Institute (Experimental Physics Division) on the topic “Coherent Radiation of Density-Modulated Bunches of High-Energy Charged Particles in Micro- and Macro-Radiators” (supervisor: Dr. L.A. Gevorgian, 2018-2021, PhD incomplete) and at the Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”, as an early-stage researcher of the Horizon 2020's European Network (ITN) “LIMQUET” project (Light-Matter Interfaces for Quantum Enhanced Technologies) (2018-2021) under Marie Sklodowska-Curie fellowship and as a free doctorate (2022-2023) (thesis: “Design of Composite Pulse Sequences for Quantum Tecnnologies”) supervised by Prof. Nikolay V. Vitanov during the period 2018-2023. Besides, he was enrolled in the Master's programms “Master of Cyber-security” (joint programme with Kasperski Lab) at the Russian-Armenian University (2016-2017), “Master of Agribusiness and Management” (joint programme with Texas A&M University) in Armenian National Agrarian University (2016-2017), and “Master of Data Science for Business” (joint programme with San Jose State University) in Yerevan State University (2022-2024).
Professional scientific career of H.G. starts from 2015 as an intern physicist at Theoretical Physics division at AANL (YerPhI). From 2018 to 2021 he was an early-stage researcher at Sofia University, Group of Quantum Optics and Quantum Information, Bulgaria (now: Center of Quantum Technologies) under the Horizon 2020's EU project LIMQUET, and from 2021 to 2024 at AANL (YerPhI)'s Experimental Physics division. From 2024, H.G. is an acting researcher at AANL's Experimental Physics and Quantum Technologies divisions.

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