Tatiana Mikhaylovna Gladysheva was born on January 24, 1966 in the village Zheleznodorozhnyi, Knyazhpogost Region of the Komi Republic. She is a Russian optical scientist, Candidate of Engineering Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Physics, Bauman Moscow State Technical University. Her research interest is in the field of interferometric methods of studying the spatial effect of dragging light by a rotating medium. In 1990 she graduated from Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Faculty of Radio-electronic and Laser Technology, her major being Optical and Optoelectronic Systems.
Tatiana Mikhaylovna defended her thesis on the subject 'Interferometric Methods for Studying the Effect of Dragging Light on a Moving Medium', majoring in 'Optical and Optoelectronic Devices and Systems'. The scientific degree of Candidate of Science was awarded in 2002.
Since 2003, she has been working as an Associate Professor of physics at Bauman University. She gives lecture courses, conducts seminars and laboratory classes in the course of general physics.
Tatiana Mikhaylovna has taken part in the following scientific projects:
For the first time, there have been obtained the equations for the intensities of an electromagnetic wave for a two-beam single-pass, two-pass, multi-pass and multi-path multi-pass interferometer circuits for investigating the spatial effect of dragging light by a rotating medium.
Several times Tatiana M. Gladysheva was a member of the Academic Committee of the conferences 'Physical Interpretations of Relativity Theory (PIRT)', which was held in Imperial College, London, as well as a member of the Organizing Committee of the International Conference 'Finsler Extensions of Relativity Theory' held in Egypt, Cairo.
She is the author of 67 scientific publications, 3 of them are educational editions.
In 2005 and 2016 she received two notes of acknowledgement from the Rector for high performance.
Tatiana M. Gladysheva is the winner of the contest 'The Best Teacher of Bauman Moscow State Technical University' in the 2015/2016 academic year.