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Natalia S. Oreshkina

addressMax-Planck-Institut für Kernphysik (MPIK)
Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics
Saupfercheckweg 1
69117 Heidelberg
Germany
emailnatalia.oreshkinampi-hd.mpgde
fax+ 49 (0)6221 516-152
phone+ 49 (0)6221 516-182
officeBO366

Education History

2019

Habilitation and Venia Legendi in physics, Heidelberg University (Germany)

2004-2008

Ph.D. in physics, Saint-Petersburg State University, Saint-Petersburg (Russia). Thesis: "QED and correlation corrections to the hyperfine structure of highly charged ions", scientific advisor: Prof. Dr. Shabaev V. M.

2001-2004

M.Sc. in physics at Department of Physics, Saint-Petersburg State University, Saint-Petersburg (Russia). Thesis: "Electric quadrupole hyperfine splitting in Li-like ions", scientific advisor Prof. Dr. Shabaev V. M.

1997-2001

Student at Department of Physics, Saint-Petersburg State University, Saint-Petersburg (Russia)

1994-1997

Academic Gymnasium, Saint-Petersburg (Russia)

Employment History

2011-present

PostDoc at Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics, Heidelberg (Germany)

2008-2011

PostDoc at Saint-Petersburg State University, Department of Quantum Mechanics, Saint-Petersburg (Russia)

2000-2008

Scientific fellow at at Saint-Petersburg State University, Department of Quantum Mechanics, Saint-Petersburg (Russia)

Research interests

  • Spectra of the heavy muonic atoms
  • The variation of the fundamental constants
  • Relativistic atomic structure, electron correlation and quantum electrodynamic effects
  • Nuclear effects in the highly charged ions
  • Time-dependent dynamics of the atomic systems in intense laser fields
  • Radiative lifetimes, hyperfine splitting and g-factors of the highly charged ions

Invited Talks

  1. ''FNS, QED and screening effects in heavy muonic atoms'' on 18 April 2019
    Workshop ''Fundamental theories for negative muon experiments at J-PARC, and its application to elemental analysis'' in Tokai (Japan)
  2. ''The determination of nuclear parameters and nuclear polarization correction in heavy muonic systems'' on 20 February 2019
    40th Extreme Atomic Systems Meeting in Riezlern, Kleinwalsertal (Austria)
  3. ''Fine and Hyperfine Structure of Heavy Muonic Atoms: Towards the determination of nuclear parameters'' on 24 October 2018
    Seminar Helmholtz Institute Jena in Helmholtz Institute Jena, Jena (Germany)
  4. ''Hyperfine splitting in simple ions for the search of the variation of fundamental constants'' on 08 September 2018
    15th Topical Workshop of the Stored Particles Atomic Physics Research Collaboration (SPARC'2018) in Lisbon (Portugal)
  5. ''Search for the variation of fundamental constants in highly charged ions'' on 29 June 2018
    Matter-AntiMatter asymmetry Section Seminar in Helmholtz-Institute Mainz, Mainz (Germany)
  6. ''Hyperfine splitting in simple ions for the search of the variation of fundamental constants'' on 18 May 2018
    670. WE-Heraeus Seminar "Fundamental Constants: Basic Physics and Units" in Bad Honnef (Germany)
  7. ''Fine and hyperfine structure of heavy muonic atoms'' on 22 February 2018
    39th Extreme Atomic Systems Meeting in Riezlern, Kleinwalsertal (Austria)
  8. ''Hyperfine splitting in simple ions for the search of the variation of fundamental constants'' on 13 October 2017
    Atomic Clock Seminar in  PTB, Braunschweig (Germany)
  9. ''Variation of the fundamental constants in simple ions'' on 18 May 2017
    International Conference on Precision Physics and Fundamental Physical Constants (FFK 2017) in Warsaw (Poland)
  10. ''Variation of the fundamental constants in simple ions'' on 01 February 2017
    38th Extreme Atomic Systems Meeting in Riezlern, Kleinwalsertal (Austria)
  11. ''X-ray fluorescence spectrum of the astrophysically relevant highly charged Fe ions driven by strong free-electron-laser fields'' on 17 February 2016
    37th Extreme Atomic Systems Meeting in Riezlern, Kleinwalsertal (Austria)
  12. ''Many-body calculations for highly charged ions in search towards the variation of fundamental constants'' on 03 November 2015
    Atomic Physics Seminar in  GSI, Darmstadt (Germany)
  13. ''Strong-fields effects in the XFEL spectroscopy of astrophysically relevant highly charged ions'' on 25 August 2015
    24th annual International Laser Physics Workshop (LPHYS'15) in Shanghai (China)
  14. ''Astrophysical line diagnosis requires nonlinear dynamical atomic modeling'' on 10 December 2014
    Atomic Physics Seminar in Justus-Liebig-University Giessen, Giessen (Germany)
  15. ''Presicion calculations of the structure of astrophysically relevant Fe ions'' on 10 September 2012
    Conference on Precision Physics and Fundamental Physical Constants 2012 in Stará Lesná (Slovakia)

Publications in MPIK

12 g Factor of Boronlike Argon 40Ar13+

I. Arapoglou, A. Egl, M. Höcker, T. Sailer, B. Tu, A. Weigel, R. Wolf, H. Cakir, V. A. Yerokhin, N. Oreshkina, V. A. Agababaev, A. V. Volotka, D. V. Zinenko, D. A. Glazov, Z. Harman, C. H. Keitel, S. Sturm, and K. Blaum
Physical Review Letters 122, 253001 (2019)

11 Higher-order corrections to the dynamic hyperfine structure of muonic atoms

N. Michel and N. S. Oreshkina
Physical Review A 99, 042501 (2019)

10 Nonperturbative analysis of nuclear shape effects on the bound electron g factor

N. Michel, J. Zatorski, N. S. Oreshkina, and C. H. Keitel
Physical Review A 99, 012505 (2019)

9 Improving the accuracy of the muon mass and magnetic moment anomaly via the bound-muon g factor

B. Sikora, H. Cakir, N. Michel, V. Debierre, N. Oreshkina, N. Belov, V. A. Yerokhin, C. H. Keitel, and Z. Harman
Physical Review D 97, 111301(R) (2018)

8 Finite nuclear size effect to the fine structure of heavy muonic atoms

A. S. M. Patoary and N. Oreshkina
European Physical Journal D: Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics 72, 54 (2018)

7 Hyperfine splitting in simple ions for the search of the variation of fundamental constants

N. Oreshkina, S. Cavaletto, N. Michel, Z. Harman, and C. H. Keitel
Physical Review A 96, 030501(R) (2017)

6 Theoretical prediction of the fine and hyperfine structure of heavy muonic atoms

N. Michel, N. Oreshkina, and C. H. Keitel
Physical Review A 96, 032510 (2017)

5 Identifications of 5s1/2−5p3/2 and 5s2−5s5p EUV transitions of promethium-like Pt, Ir, Os and Re

H. Bekker, O. O. Versolato, A. Windberger, N. Oreshkina, R. Schupp, T. M. Baumann, Z. Harman, C. H. Keitel, P. O. Schmidt, J. Ullrich, and J. Crespo Lopez-Urrutia
Journal of Physics B 48, 144018 (2015)

4 Identification of the Predicted 5s−4f Level Crossing Optical Lines with Applications to Metrology and Searches for the Variation of Fundamental Constants

A. Windberger, J. R. Crespo López-Urrutia, H. Bekker, N. Oreshkina, J. C. Berengut, V. Bock, A. Borschevsky, V. A. Dzuba, E. Eliav, Z. Harman, U. Kaldor, S. Kaul, U. I. Safronova, V. V. Flambaum, C. H. Keitel, P. O. Schmidt, J. Ullrich, and O. O. Versolato
Physical Review Letters 114, 150801 (2015)

3 Astrophysical line diagnosis requires non-linear dynamical atomic modeling

N. Oreshkina, S. Cavaletto, C. H. Keitel, and Z. Harman
Physical Review Letters 113, 143001 (2014)

2 Coronium in the laboratory: measuring the Fe XIV green coronal line by laser spectroscopy

K. Schnorr, V. Mäckel, N. Oreshkina, S. Augustin, F. R. Brunner, Z. Harman, C. H. Keitel, J. H. Ullrich, and J. R. Crespo López-Urrutia
The Astrophysical Journal, Supplement Series 776, 121 (2013)

1 Nuclear Shape Effect on the g Factor of Hydrogenlike Ions

J. Zatorski, N. Oreshkina, C. H. Keitel, and Z. Harman
Physical Review Letters 108, 063005, 1-5 (2012)