Sharandin Evgeny Anatolyevich was born on June 30, 1964 in Volgograd. His research interest concerns quantum electronics and nonlinear optics.
In 1983 he graduated from Zhigulev Radio Engineering College, in 1990 he graduated from the Faculty of Radioelectronics and Laser Technology, the Department of Radioelectronic Systems and Devices, Bauman Moscow State Technical University.
In 1995 he did his post-graduate degree at Bauman Moscow State Technical University, his scientific supervisor being Valery N. Rozhdestvin, Doctor of Engineering Sciences, Professor, Honored Scientist of the Russian Federation.
After graduating from BMSTU Evgeny Anatolyevich worked as an engineer at JSC Scientific and Production Association Almaz named after Academician A.A. Raspletin. He worked as a research fellow in the Research Institute of Radioelectronics and Laser Technology at BMSTU. He also worked asa research fellow and the chief designer in the Research Institute of Radioelectronic Engineeringat BMSTU.
Since 2017 Evgeny Anatolyevich has been a leading engineer in the Laboratory of Gravitational Wave Processes at the Department of Physics of the Scientific Educational Center at the Faculty of Fundamental Sciences, BMSTU.
At present he teaches at the Department of Radioelectronic Systems and Devices at Bauman Moscow State Technical University. He is a specialist in the field of quantum electronics and nonlinear optics. Moreover, he is one of the designers of LID software packages devoted to the simulation of pulsed solid-state lasers (this software is in wide usage in 15 countries, including such foreign companies as Daimler AG, Japan Nuclear Research Center, etc.). Evgeny AnatolyevichТs research work deals with the developing of powerful pulsed solid-state lasers. He has more than 40 scientific papers published.
Evgeny A. Sharandin and Vladimir O. Gladyshev were the first to carry out experiments to observe optical anisotropy of light in a rotating optically transparent medium. Evgeny Anatolyevich has done research into the propagation of coherent radiation from He-Ne laser in a rotating insulator. As a result, he discovered reversible in time transient processes of rotation of the polarization plane, as well as changes in the degree of ellipticity, depolarization, and angular deflection of laser radiation.