Homepage of Svetlana V. Boriskina – awards

  • Royal Society/NATO Postdoctoral Fellowship (UK), 1999-2000

  • IEEE MTT Society Graduate Student Scholarship Award, 1997
  • Post-Graduate Student Scholarship, ISSEP Foundation (Switzerland-Ukraine), 1996-1997
  • Graduate Fellowship in Advanced Electromagnetics, SUMMA Foundation (USA), 1996
  • Student Scholarship from the ISSEP Foundation (USA), 1994-1995
  • Honorary Scholarship from INEK Company (Kiev, Ukraine), 1994
  • Full merit graduate and post-graduate scholarships from the V. Karazin Kharkov National University, 1990-1998
  • DOD, via US Army NSRDEC & MIT Institute for Soldier Nanotechnologies

    , ‘Thermal management of fibers and films – smart textile platforms for heating, cooling, and signature’ 2018-2021 (PI)

  • DOE-BES AWARD “Spectrally-tunable far-field thermal radiation extraction from micro and nanostructures” 2014-2017 (co-PI)

  • ARPA-E FOCUS AWARD “Full-spectrum stacked solar-thermal and PV receiver” 2014-2017 (co-PI)

  • NATO Collaborative Linkage Grant “Micro- and nano-cavity structures for imaging, biosensing and novel materials” (with the University of Nottingham, UK and Helsinki University of Technology, Finland), 2006-2008 (PI & Project Coordinator)

  • Research Grant from National Scientific Center “Kharkov Institute of Physics and Technology”: “Analysis and optimization of multilayered metal-dielectric mirrors for optical temperature sensors for linear electron accelerators,” 2006 (PI)

  • Young Scientist Research Grant of the President of Ukraine, 2006 (team member)

  • EFRC Realising Our Potential Award “Modelling and optimisation of optoelectronic structures based on novel cavities and waveguides”, Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC, UK), 2002-2004 (recognized researcher)

  • Royal Society/NATO Postdoctoral Fellowship (UK), 1999-2000 (post-doctoral fellow)

  • MIT-SUDT grant for developing and teaching a course “Making impressions with light” at the SUTD Winter Abroad Program at MIT (PI)

  • Grants from DOE-BES, ARPA-E, MIT Lincoln Lab & Physical Sciences Inc. to organize “

    OSA Incubator on Fundamental Limits in Optical Energy Conversion”

    , Washington DC, Nov. 2014 (PI, Chair)

  • Grant from the Optical Society of America (OSA) to organize Optics Discovery Club at Kharkov National University, Ukraine, 2007 (PI)

  • Grants from OSA, SPIE, ICTP to organize Young Researchers Career Development Workshop, Kharkov, Ukraine (PI, Chair)

  • SPIE Educational Grant for developing of a series of public seminars and a graduate lecture course ‘Electromagnetic Theory on Micro- and Nano-Scale’ (PI)

  • Grant from the OSA Foundation to organize Kharkov City high-school photography contest “Optical image: physics behind the scenes” (PI)

  • Award from ISSEP Foundation for the Advanced Science School for children (Co-founder)

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