Maria Chernysheva  obtained her PhD degree in Laser Physics from the Fiber Optics Research Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences in 2014. She moved to the United Kingdom shortly after where she worked at Aston University as Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Research Fellow (Horizon2020) and Engineering for Development Research Fellow, funded by the Royal Academy of Engineering and Global Challenges Research Fund. From the beginning of 2019, Maria Chernysheva has been a leader of the Junior Research Group “Ultrafast fiber lasers” at Leibniz-IPHT (Jena). Her main research interests are focused on  laser physics, exploration and engineering novel ultrafast fiber laser configurations and amplification systems.

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