Central European Institute for Cosmology and Fundamental Physics

Sergey Karpov

PhD: Special Astrophysical Observatory, Russia, 2007
2018-  Institute of Physics, Czech Academy of Sciences
Senior Researcher
2014-17 Institute of Physics, Kazan Federal University, Russia
2006-13 Group of Relativistic Astrophysics,
Special Astrophysical Observatory,
Russian Academy of Sciences
Researcher and Senior Researcher
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Email: xnecbi@smh.pm
Phone: +420 26605 2135
Address:   Office 228
Na Slovance 1999/2
182 21 Praha 8, Czech Republic

My primary research interests are high temporal resolution astrophysics, time-domain sky surveys, astronomical data processing pipelines and transient detection algorighms. I am currently working on development of automated data analysis pipelines for various time domain sky surveys, and plan to participate in LSST pipeline preparation.

As the precise measurements of faint object fluxes require thorough understanding of detectors used, I am also interested in characterization of astronomical detectors of various types, from normal and electron-multiplying CCDs to CMOSes and various photon-counting instruments, and my current activities include the establishing of astronomical detector characterization laboratory at Institute of Physics, CAS.

Selected Publications

  • B.-B. Zhang et al. A. Transition from Fireball to Poynting-flux-dominated Outflow in Three-Episode GRB 160625B, Nature Astronomy (2018) [arXiv:1612.03089 [astro-ph.HE]]
  • G. M. Beskin, S. V. Karpov et al., Wide-field monitoring with Mini-MegaTORTORA multi-channel telescope with high temporal resolution, Astrophysical Bulletin (2017)
  • G. Beskin, S. Karpov, V. Plokhotnichenko, A Stepanov, Yu Tsap, Discovery of the Sub-second Linearly Polarized Spikes of Synchrotron Origin in the UV Ceti Giant Optical Flare
    PASA (2017) [arXiv:1702.06660 [astro-ph.SR]]
  • S. Karpov, G. Beskin and V. Plokhotnichenko, Search for isolated black holes: past, present, future
    Acta Polytechnica (2014)

For a complete list of publications see NASA-ADS.