Inna Rebane

in estonian

Ph.D., senior research associate

Phone: +372 7 374740
Fax: +372 7 383033
E-mail: inna@fi.tartu.ee
Room: 515

Personal data:
12.08.1953 born in Pärnu, Estonia
1962-1967 Tartu 2. secondary school (Miina Härma Gymnasium)
1967-1971 Tartu 1. secondary school (Hugo Treffner Gymnasium)
1971-1976 physics courses, University of Tartu
1976 diploma in theoretical physics
1976-1986 junior research associate at the Institute of Physics, Estonian Academy of Sciences
1981 Ph.D. in solid state physics from the Institute of Physics, Estonian Academy of Sciences
1986-1987 research associate at the Institute of Physics, Estonian Academy of Sciences
1987-.. senior research associate at the Institute of Physics, University of Tartu

Honors/awards: 1993 - Georg Sorose (ISF) grant

Participation in scientific organizations:
Foundation Member of Estonian Physical Society

Research interests:
single molecule spectroscopy; spectral hole burning by light pulses; time dependent resonant secondary emission spectra.

Main publications:

  1. I.K.Rebane, V.V.Hizhnyakov. Theory of transient spectra of resonance secondary emission. Proc. Acad. Sci. USSR, ser. Phys., 42, pp. 274-278 (1978) (in Russian).
  2. V.V.Khizhnyakov, I.K.Rebane. Time dependent spectra of resonant secondary radiation. Sov. Phys. JETP, 47, pp. 463-469 (1978) (in Russian).
  3. I.K.Rebane, A.L.Tuul, and V.V.Hizhnyakov. Transient quasiline spectra of resonant secondary emission. Sov. Phys. JETP, 50, pp. 655-660 (1979) (in Russian).
  4. I.K.Rebane, V.V.Hizhnyakov. Theory of transient quasiline spectra of resonant secondary emission. Proc. Acad. Sci. USSR, ser. Phys., 44, pp. 854-858 (1980) (in Russian).
  5. V.Hizhnyakov, I.Rebane. Subtraction of spectrometer resolution in time-dependent spectra. Proc. of 1st Symposium on Laser Spectroscopy, Pecs, Hungary, Aug.28-30, 1986, 1, pp.141-146.
  6. I.Rebane. Theory of two-step spectral hole-burning by pulses,. phys. stat. sol.(b), 145, pp. 749-757 (1988).
  7. I.Rebane. Theory of two-step spectral hole-burning by pulses. Opt. i Spektr., 65, pp. 49-55 (1988) (in Russian).
  8. I.Rebane. Theory of two-step pulsed photoburning of limiting narrow spectral holes. J. Phys. B, 22, pp. 2411-2421 (1989).
  9. I.Rebane. Theory of direct determination of photon-induced phase relaxation by two-step pulsed spectral hole burning. Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Phonon Physics and the Sixth International Conference on Phonon Scattering in Condensed Matter "Phonons 89", Heidelberg, FRG, Aug. 21-25, 1989, Eds. S. Hunklinger, W. Ludwig, and G. Weiss, World Scientific, Singapore, New Jersey, London, Hong Kong, v. 1, pp.552-554.
  10. I.Rebane. Theory of two-step pulsed spectral hole-burning in four-level systems. Opt. Commun., 76, pp. 225-228 (1990).
  11. I.K. Rebane. The shape of a spectral hole and its temporal response at short burning times in two-, three-, and four-level systems. phys. stat. sol. (b), 167, pp. 301-309 (1991).
  12. I. Rebane and J. Kikas. Spatial resolution of spectral hole-burning-based information storage. in: Spectral Hole-Burning and Luminescence Line Narrowing: Science and Applications, Technical Digest, (Opt. Soc. Am., Washington, D.C., 1992), 22, pp. 119-121.
  13. I. Rebane, Theory of one- and two-step pulsed spectral hole burning, Mol. Cryst. Liq. Cryst. A, 234, pp.587-592 (1993).
  14. Kikas, I. Rebane, and V. Fedoseev, Space density of optical registration of information in media with multistep burning of spectral holes, Zh. Tekh. Fiz., 63, pp.102-114 (1993).
  15. Karl K. Rebane and I. Rebane, Peak value of the cross-section of zero-phonon line's absorption", J. Lumin., 56, pp.39-45 (1993).
  16. I. Rebane, On the dependence of the fluorescence intensity of a single impurity molecule on the polarization of the incident light in birefringent crystals (pentacene in p-terphenyl), Optics Commun., 110, pp. 565-568 (1994).
  17. I.Rebane, Analogy between hole shape in two-step pulsed spectral hole burning and time-dependent zero-phonon line shape, Opt. Commun., 148, pp. 36-40 (1998).
  18. I.Rebane, New possibilities of obtaining spectral holes narrower than natural line width, J. Lumin., 76-77, pp. 130-133 (1998).
  19. I.Rebane, On the radiative linewidth in single molecule spectroscopy, Opt. Spectrosc., 87, pp. 633-636 (1999).
  20. I.Rebane, Influence of the optical anisotropy of a crystalline host on the radiative line width of a single impurity molecule, Single Mol., 2, pp. 29-32 (2001). Erratum: Single Mol., 3, p. 332 (2002).
  21. I.Rebane, Spontaneous emission rates of single impurity molecules in birefringent crystals, J. Lumin., 94-95, pp. 177-180 (2001). Erratum: J. Lumin., 104, pp. 159-160 (2003).
  22. I.Rebane, Spontaneous emission rates of a single impurity molecule in a uniaxial host crystal, Optics Commun., 217, pp. 265-268 (2003).
  23. I.Rebane. Differences of the radiative linewidth in single-impurity molecule spectroscopy. J. Lumin., 107, pp. 38-41 (2004).
  24. I.Rebane. Spontaneous emission rates of a single impurity molecule in dependence on its orientation in biaxial host crystal. Proceedings of SPIE, 5946, pp. 594600R-1 - 59460R-8 (2005).
  25. I.Rebane. Difference values of spontaneous emission rate of a single-impurity molecule of pentacene in biaxial p-terphenyl crystal. J. Lumin. 122-123, pp. 359-361 (2007).
  26. Rebane, I.; Koch, R. Calculations of spontaneous emission rates of a single-impurity molecule in uniaxial host crystals. Optics Communications, 274(1), pp. 136-138 (2007).
  27. Rebane, I. Radiative line width of a single-impurity molecule in a birefringent crystal. Solid State Electronics, 51, pp. 1412-1417 (2007).
  28. Rebane, I. Spontaneous emission rates of a single-impurity molecule in birefringent host crystals for electric quadrupole transitions. Journal of Luminescence, 127, pp. 209-212 (2007).
  29. Rebane, I. Spontaneous Emission Rates of a Single-Impurity Molecule in Dependence on its Orientation in Birefringent Host Crystal. Davies J.L.; Hall, D.A. (Toim.). Nonlinear Optics Research Progress (pp. 291 - 311). Nova Science Publisher Inc. (2008).
  30. Rebane, I. Effects of anisotropy and the proximity to the surface on the spontaneous emission rate of pentacene in p-terphenyl crystal. Journal of Luminescence, 128 (5-6), pp. 786-788 (2008).
  31. Rebane, Inna; Koch, Rein. Spontaneous emission rate of a single-impurity molecule depending on a crystalline host. physica status solidi (b), 245(12), pp. 2716-2719 (2008).

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