Prof. Mikas Vengris is a professor at Vilnius University. His research focuses on ultrafast systems and their applications to biological systems. Prof. Vengris is also a senior researcher at Light Conversion, working with tunable sources for ultrafast spectroscopy and nonlinear imaging. Prof Vengris is co-author of more than 70 publications in the fields of physical chemistry, optics and applied physics. He mentored 5 postdocs and graduated 5 PhD students. He currently supervises 2 PhD students.
Prof. Mikas Vengris is a main supervisor of ESR 15 and a lead beneficiary of WP1 – biological applications of label free CRS/SHG/THG microscopy.
- Ibrahim Dara, Marius Franckevičius, Neha Arora, Kipras Redeckas, Mikas Vengris, Vidmantas Gulbinas, Shaik Mohammed Zakeeruddin, Michael Grätzel, High Photovoltage in Perovskite Solar Cells: New Physical Insights from the Ultrafast Transient Absorption Spectroscopy, Chemical Physics Letters 683, 211-215 (2017);
- Redeckas, V. Voiciuk, M. Vengris, A tunable femtosecond raman scattering system based on spectrally narrowed second harmonic generation, Lithuanian Journal of Physics 56, 21-34 (2016);
- Stankeviciute, M. Vengris, S. Melnikas, Tuning characteristics of femtosecond optical parametric oscillator with broadband chirped mirrors, Optical Engineering 54, 12611 (2015);
- M. Dagiliene, V. Martynaitis, M. Vengris, Synthesis of 1 ‘,3,3 ‘,4-tetrahydrospiro[chromene-2,2 ‘-indoles] as a new class of ultrafast light-driven molecular switch, Tetrahedron 69, 9309-9315 (2013).