People

There are over 100 researchers who choose conduct their scientific researches at MIPT. Many of them are university’s alumni. Several years ago university also encouraged some prominent Russian researches who had previously left the country to return. Now they conduct researches in different fields of science, such as nanophotonics, aging, quantum technologies, cosmos exploration and etc.


Valentyn S. Volkov

Head of  Nanooptics and Plasmonics Lab

Konstantine Agladze

Head of Biophysics of Excitable System Lab

Aleksey V. Arsenin

Georg Bueldt

Director of the Advanced Studies of Membrane Proteins Laboratory

Valentin Borshchevskiy

Vice-Head of the Advanced Studies of Membrane Proteins Laboratory

Alexander Koldoba

Director of the Laboratory of Fluid Dynamics and Seismics

Artem Oganov

Vadim Cherezov

Director of the Laboratory of Structural Biology of G-protein Coupled Receptors

Prof. Leo Rafael Reif

President of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Vasily Stolyarov

Oleg Astafiev

Nikolay Kudryavtsev

Rector of MIPT

Tagir Aushev

Vice-rector for research and strategic development

Artem Voronov

Vice-rector for academic affairs and pre-university education

Dmitry Zubtsov

Vice-rector for academic affairs and economic development

Elena Anokhova

Vice-rector for economy and finances

Evgeniy Evseev

Vice-rector for academic affairs and general issues

Fei Qi

Qinggao Wang

Xiaohu Yu

Gabriele Saleh

Maribel Nunez-Valdez

Pavel Bushlanov

Nikita Matsko

Sergey Lepeshkin

Vladimir Baturin

Maxim Nikitin

Gorbachev Roman

Dmitry Yu. Fedyanin

Ph.D., Senior Research Fellow 

Vladimir G. Leiman

Senior Research Fellow 

Yury V. Stebunov

Olga A. Aftenieva

Student

Elena Loginova

Ivan Khrapach

Alexander Semenov

Andrey Konyukhov

Gennady Lopukhov

Leonid Pankratov

Yuri Skalko

Yevgeny Anokhin

Ilya Kosarev

Svetlana Kindysheva

Ivan Timofeev

Nikolay Mazko

Victor Solovyev

Alexander Konchakov

Alexander Ponomarev

Aleksandr Ponomarev

Alexander Panfilov

Nadezda N. Agladze

Konstantin Guria

Olga Gaiko

Irina Egorova

Sheida Frolova

Nina Kudryashova

Valeriya Tsvelaya

Vladimir Fortov

Soviet and Russian physicist, President of the Russian Academy of Sciences

David Yang

Ph.D. in Mathematics, founder and director of the board of ABBYY

Alexander Abramov

PhD, one of the two heads of Evraz, Russia's largest steel producer
Member of the Board of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, President of the Phystech Union, Co-founder of the Foundation for Innovative Education in Natural Sciences

Serguei Beloussov

Co-founder, CEO and chairman of the board of  Acronis, the senior founding partner of Runa Capital, executive chairman of the board and chief architect of Parallels, Inc., co-founder and chairman of the board of Acumatica

Yury Baturin

A Russian cosmonaut and former politician.

Natan Sharansky

A Soviet-born Israeli politician, human rights activist and author.  He has served as Chairman of the Executive of the Jewish Agency since June 2009.

Alexander Lanchakov

Vice-rector for construction, the use of buildings and energy efficiency

Vladimir Petushkov

Vice-rector for security

Anastasia Grachikova

Media Relations

Andre Geim

Graduate of the DGAP, 1982

Nobel Prize in Physics for groundbreaking experiments regarding the two-dimensional material graphene

Konstantin Novoselov

Graduate of the DPQE, 1997

Nobel Prize in Physics for groundbreaking experiments regarding the two-dimensional material graphene

Alexander Polyakov

Theoretical physicist, formerly at the Landau Institute in Moscow and, since 1990, at Princeton University. Fundamental Physics Prize for numerous discoveries in the theory of fields and string theory, including the discovery of magnetic monopoles, solitons

Alexei Kitaev

A Russian-American professor of physics at the California Institute of Technology and permanent member of the Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics, The Dirac Medal for research in the quantum theory of information

Nelli Habibullina

Sergei Grudinin

Sergey Avtaykin

The Head of Laboratory, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs of the Department of Aerophysics and Space Research MIPT

Alexander Andreev

Theoretical physicist, Vice-President of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Evgeny Velikhov

Soviet and Russian theoretical physicist, academic, professor. Vice-President of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR, the Russian Academy of Sciences. President of the Kurchatov Institute.

Dirk Jan van den Berg

President of the Executive Board of Delft University of Technology

Jacques Biot

The President of Ecole polytechnique

Ralph Eichler

President of ETH Zurich

Philippe Gillet

Vice Presidency for Academic Affairs of EPFL

Malcolm Grant

Chairman of NHS England

Carlo Rubbia

Scientific Director of the Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies in Potsdam

Ashok Belani

Executive Vice President Technology Schlumberger Limited

Sung-Mo Kang

President of Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

Vladislav Surkov

Russian politician, author of the concept of sovereign democracy. Aide to the President of Russian Federation

Alexander Andreev

Russian theoretical physicist, full member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Sc.D in Physics and Mathematics

Sergei Guz

A.P., Head of MIPT’s Subdepartment of Mathematical Foundation for Management, Department of Applied Mathematics and Management

Andrey Ilnitsky

Adviser to the Secretary of Defense of Russian Federation

Andrei Ivashenko

Board Chairman and Director at ChemRar High-Tech Center. Business Development Adviser, Vice-President Sales and Marketing

Alexander Povalko

Deputy Minister for Science and Education of Russian Federation

Ekaterina Tolstikova

Deputy Minister of Education and Science of the Russian Federation

Vadim Yakunin

Deputy Chairman of the Committee on Developing Consumer Markets with the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Sergey Krechetov

Head of Drug Dosage Form Design Lab, PhD of Medical Sciences, lecturer of MIPT «Innovative pharmaceuticals and biotechnology».

Dmitry Svintsov

Head of 2d Materials' Optoelectronics Lab

Alexey Igorevich Egorov

Head of Medical Instrumentation Engineering Lab

Dmitry V. Davydov

Senior research scientist

Dmitry V. Drozdov

Research scientist, Candidate of Medical Sciences

Sergey L. Neverov

Research scientist

Sergey P. Kovalenko

Head of Sequencing and Mathematical Modeling of the Transcriptome Lab

Kamil Khafizov

Research scientist

Artem Kasianov

Research scientist

Vadim M. Govorun

Head of Systems Biology Lab

Elena S. Kostryukova

Senior research scientist

Dmitry G. Alekseev

Senior research scientist

Igor A. Fesenko

Senior research scientist

Valery Ryazanov

Vladimir Zverev

Asya Shepunova

International PR

Liliya Zelenskaya

Web projects

Valentyn S. Volkov

Head of  Nanooptics and Plasmonics Lab

Publications

2016, NANO LETTERS (12.94)

Ultralow-Loss CMOS Copper Plasmonic Waveguides

2015, ACS APPLIED MATERIALS & INTERFACES (5.9)

Highly Sensitive and Selective Sensor Chips with Graphene-Oxide Linking Layer

2013, OPTICS EXPRESS (3.525)

Directional coupling in long-range dielectric-loaded plasmonic waveguides

2012, OPTICS EXPRESS (3.525)

Directional coupling in channel plasmon-polariton waveguides

2011, JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA B-OPTICAL PHYSICS (1.806)

Dispersion of strongly confined channel plasmon polariton modes

Konstantine Agladze

Head of Biophysics of Excitable System Lab

Education
MIPT graduate of 1978, Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences (1983).
Professional experience
Head of Laboratory. Longtime staff member of the Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Biophysics of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow Oblast, Pushchino). Worked abroad since 2000 in a number of leading scientific research institutions in the USA and Japan (Florida State University, USA; University of North Texas Health Science Center, USA; Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, USA; George Washington University, USA; Kyoto University, Japan). Head of Laboratory at the Institute for Integrated Cell-Material Sciences (Kyoto University, Japan) since 2008.
Academic Interests
K. Agladze's main scientific works deal with the biophysics of excitable media, as well as the theoretical and the experimental substantiation of low-voltage defibrillation. K. Agladze's works were the first to employ Belousov–Zhabotinsky reaction as a "chemical computer" and demonstrate the wave environment to be fitting for the purposes of image processing and optimization purposes. K. Agladze also heads the MIPT Nano-construction of Membrane Protein Complexes for Cellular Physiology Control Laboratory, which mainly specializes in cardiac tissue engineering research. One of the winners of the Russian Government's first Megagrant Tender in 2010. Author of more than 80 publications in peer-reviewed journals, including Nature and Science.
Publications

2015, PLOS ONE (3.534)

Conditions for Waveblock Due to Anisotropy in a Model of Human Ventricular Tissue

2015, PLOS ONE (3.534)

Functional Analysis of the Engineered Cardiac Tissue Grown on Recombinant Spidroin Fiber Meshes

2015, JETP LETTERS (1.364)

Excitation wave propagation in a patterned multidomain cardiac tissue

2014, JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR CARDIOLOGY (5.218)

Arrhythmogenic role of the border between two areas of cardiac cell alignment

2014, JETP LETTERS (1.364)

Two models of anisotropic propagation of a cardiac excitation wave

2013, FEBS JOURNAL (3.986)

Optical mapping of excitation waves in light-sensitive immortalised cell line of cardiomyocytes

2012, JETP LETTERS (1.364)

Curvature-Dependent Excitation Propagation in Cultured Cardiac Tissue

2011, JETP LETTERS (1.364)

Digital photocontrol of the network of live excitable cells

JETP LETTERS (1.359)

Formation of virtual isthmus: A new scenario of spiral wave death after a decrease in excitability

Contacts
Phone +7 (495) 408-45-46
Email agladze.ki@mipt.ru

Aleksey V. Arsenin

Publications

2015, ACS APPLIED MATERIALS & INTERFACES (5.9)

Highly Sensitive and Selective Sensor Chips with Graphene-Oxide Linking Layer

2015, OPTICS EXPRESS (3.525)

Full loss compensation in hybrid plasmonic waveguides under electrical pumping

2014, 25TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON LOW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS (LT25), PART 4: QUANTUM PHASE TRANSITIONS AND MAGNETISM

Self-consistent surface charges and electric field in p-i-n tunneling transit-time diodes based on single- and multiple-layer graphene structures

2013, JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS (2.185)

Effect of self-consistent electric field on characteristics of graphene p-i-n tunneling transit-time diodes

2012, NANO LETTERS (12.94)

Surface Plasmon Polariton Amplification upon Electrical Injection in Highly Integrated Plasmonic Circuits

2012, TECHNICAL PHYSICS (0.539)

Carbon nanotube based resonant detector of modulated terahertz radiation

2011, JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY AND ELECTRONICS (0.359)

Parametric Instability in the Resonance Detector of Terahertz Radiation Based on FET with Cylindrical Gate Electrode

2011, APPLIED PHYSICS EXPRESS (2.567)

Detection of Modulated Terahertz Radiation Using Combined Plasma and Mechanical Resonances in Double-Carbon-Nanotube Device

2011, OPTICS EXPRESS (3.525)

Surface plasmon polariton amplification in metal-semiconductor structures

2011, 20TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SPECTRAL LINE SHAPES

Au/InAs Surface Plasmon Polariton Amplifier and SPASER

2010, JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY AND ELECTRONICS (0.359)

Plasma oscillations of the two-dimensional electron gas in the field-effect transistor with a cylindrical gate electrode

2010, OPTICS EXPRESS (3.525)

Transmission of surface plasmon polaritons through a nanowire array: mechano-optical modulation and motion sensing

2010, PHOTONICS AND NANOSTRUCTURES-FUNDAMENTALS AND APPLICATIONS (1.35)

Stored light in a plasmonic nanocavity based on extremely-small-energy-velocity modes

2010, 20TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SPECTRAL LINE SHAPES

Semiconductor Surface Plasmon Amplifier Based on a Schottky Barrier Diode

2010

Detection of Ultrashort Pulses with a Plasmonic Nanocavity Based on the Insulator-Insulator-Metal Waveguide

2010, JOURNAL OF OPTICS (2.01)

Backward waves in planar insulator-metal-insulator waveguide structures

2009, JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY AND ELECTRONICS (0.359)

Parametric instability in a nanoelectromechanical detector of modulated terahertz radiation on the basis of a high electron mobility transistor with a mobile elastic gate

2009, QUANTUM ELECTRONICS (0.886)

Surface plasmon-polaritons with negative and zero group velocities propagating in thin metal films

2009, 20TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SPECTRAL LINE SHAPES

Stored Light in a Plasmonic Nanocavity Based on Extremely-Small-Energy-Velocity Mode

2007, QUANTUM ELECTRONICS (0.886)

On the mechanism of generation of terahertz electromagnetic radiation upon irradiation of a nanostructured metal surface by femtosecond laser pulses

2007, JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY AND ELECTRONICS (0.359)

Heating of electrons in a high-frequency inductive neutral-loop discharge

Graphene nanoribbon based AM demodulator of terahertz radiation

Excitation of mechanical oscillations in double-carbon-nanotube system by terahertz radiation

Nanomechanical systems with plasmonic resonances as detectors of modulated terahertz radiation

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HIGH SPEED ELECTRONICS AND SYSTEMS

Generation of ultrashort electron bunches in nanostructures by femtosecond laser pulses

Georg Bueldt

Director of the Advanced Studies of Membrane Proteins Laboratory

Education
1969 Diploma in Physics at the Technical University Berlin 

1972 Dissertation (Dr. rer. nat.) in Physical Chemistry, University of Mainz
Professional experience
1969 Diploma in Physics at the Technical University Berlin

1972 Dissertation (Dr. rer. nat.) in Physical Chemistry, University of Mainz

1978 Habilitation in Biophysics at the Biocenter of the University of Basel, Switzerland 

1982 - 1992 C2-Professor at the Physics Department of the Free University Berlin 

1993 - 2008 C4-Professor for Physical Biology at the Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf, Germany 

1993 - 2011 Director at the Institute of Complex Systems (ICS) of the Research Center Jülich, ICS-5: Molecular Biophysics 

1996 Offer of a chair in Biophysics at the Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe University Frankfurt, which was rejected 

2004 - 2010 Speaker of the Virtual Institute for Structural Biology 

2011 - 2013 Founding Director of the Laboratory of Advanced Studies of Membrane Proteins at Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT) 

Since 2014 Continuation as a Director of this Laboratory
Academic Interests
Systems: Membrane proteins and proteins of signal amplification cascades; mechanisms for the transport of protons and signals across membranes; protein folding. 

Methods: X-ray, neutron and electron diffraction on 2D and 3D protein crystals, crystal structures of intermediate states in the working cycle of proteins; micro-spectroscopy on single crystals trapped in intermediate states (visible, infrared); inelastic neutron scattering on equilibrium fluctuations in proteins, single molecule fluorescence spectroscopy.
Publications

2015, NATURE STRUCTURAL & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY (11.633)

Crystal structure of a light-driven sodium pump

2015, CRYSTAL GROWTH & DESIGN (4.558)

Nucleation and Growth of Membrane Protein Crystals in Meso - A Fluorescence Microscopy Study

2014, PLOS ONE (3.534)

Crystal Structure of Escherichia coli-Expressed Haloarcula marismortui Bacteriorhodopsin I in the Trimeric Form

2014, ACTA CRYSTALLOGRAPHICA SECTION D-BIOLOGICAL CRYSTALLOGRAPHY (7.232)

Low-dose X-ray radiation induces structural alterations in proteins

2014, CHEMBIOCHEM (3.06)

Nanosecond Dynamics of Calmodulin and RibosomeBound Nascent Chains Studied by Time- Resolved Fluorescence Anisotropy

2013, JOURNAL OF PHOTOCHEMISTRY AND PHOTOBIOLOGY B-BIOLOGY (2.803)

Ground state structure of D75N mutant of sensory rhodopsin II in complex with its cognate transducer

2013, NATURE (42.351)

STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY Active arrestin proteins crystallized

2012, JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY (3.959)

Crystal Structure of p44, a Constitutively Active Splice Variant of Visual Arrestin

2012, NEW JOURNAL OF PHYSICS (3.671)

Soft x-ray tomoholography

2011, PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (9.809)

Conformational dynamics of helix 8 in the GPCR rhodopsin controls arrestin activation in the desensitization process

2011, JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY (3.959)

Active State of Sensory Rhodopsin II: Structural Determinants for Signal Transfer and Proton Pumping

2011, JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY (3.959)

X-ray-Radiation-Induced Changes in Bacteriorhodopsin Structure

2010, JOURNAL OF CRYSTAL GROWTH (1.693)

Isoprenoid-chained lipid beta-XylOC(16+4)-A novel molecule for in meso membrane protein crystallization

2010, ACTA CRYSTALLOGRAPHICA SECTION D-BIOLOGICAL CRYSTALLOGRAPHY (7.232)

Overcoming merohedral twinning in crystals of bacteriorhodopsin grown in lipidic mesophase

2009, JOURNAL OF SURFACE INVESTIGATION-X-RAY SYNCHROTRON AND NEUTRON TECHNIQUES (0.359)

Comparative analysis of the quality of membrane protein bacteriorhodopsin crystals during crystallization in octylglucoside and octylthioglucoside

2008, JOURNAL OF SURFACE INVESTIGATION-X-RAY SYNCHROTRON AND NEUTRON TECHNIQUES (0.359)

Comparative analysis of sensory rhodopsin II structures in complex with a transducer and without it

2006, BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL (3.832)

Time-resolved microspectroscopy on a single crystal of bacteriorhodopsin reveals lattice-induced differences in the photocycle kinetics

2006, NATURE (42.351)

Development of the signal in sensory rhodopsin and its transfer to the cognate transducer

2005, FEBS LETTERS (3.341)

Functional characterization of sensory rhodopsin II from Halobacterium salinarum expressed in Escherichia coli

2005, BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL (3.832)

Water molecules and hydrogen-bonded networks in bacteriorhodopsin - Molecular dynamics simulations of the ground state and the M-intermediate

2005, JOURNAL OF CRYSTAL GROWTH (1.693)

Crystallization of F1F0-ATP synthase from Chloroflexus aurantiacus

2004, BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL (3.832)

Physical detwinning of hemihedrally twinned hexagonal crystals of bacteriorhodopsin

2002, NATURE (42.351)

Molecular basis of transmembrane signalling by sensory rhodopsin II-transducer complex

Contacts
Phone +49 2461 61-2030
Email g.bueldt@fz-juelich.de

Valentin Borshchevskiy

Vice-Head of the Advanced Studies of Membrane Proteins Laboratory

Publications

2015, NATURE STRUCTURAL & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY (11.633)

Crystal structure of a light-driven sodium pump

2015, PLOS ONE (3.534)

An Approach to Heterologous Expression of Membrane Proteins. The Case of Bacteriorhodopsin

2015, PLOS ONE (3.534)

Structural and Functional Investigation of Flavin Binding Center of the NqrC Subunit of Sodium-Translocating NADH: Quinone Oxidoreductase from Vibrio harveyi

2014, PLOS ONE (3.534)

Crystal Structure of Escherichia coli-Expressed Haloarcula marismortui Bacteriorhodopsin I in the Trimeric Form

2014, ACTA CRYSTALLOGRAPHICA SECTION D-BIOLOGICAL CRYSTALLOGRAPHY (7.232)

Low-dose X-ray radiation induces structural alterations in proteins

2014, JOURNAL OF MEMBRANE BIOLOGY (2.174)

Nanoparticle Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering of Bacteriorhodopsin Stabilized by Amphipol A8-35

2014, JOURNAL OF MEMBRANE BIOLOGY (2.174)

High-Resolution Structure of a Membrane Protein Transferred from Amphipol to a Lipidic Mesophase

2014, NATURE COMMUNICATIONS (10.742)

X-ray structure of a CDP-alcohol phosphatidyltransferase membrane enzyme and insights into its catalytic mechanism

2013, JOURNAL OF PHOTOCHEMISTRY AND PHOTOBIOLOGY B-BIOLOGY (2.803)

Ground state structure of D75N mutant of sensory rhodopsin II in complex with its cognate transducer

2013, NATURE (42.351)

STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY Active arrestin proteins crystallized

2013, PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (9.809)

Structural insights into the proton pumping by unusual proteorhodopsin from nonmarine bacteria (vol 110, pg 12631, 2013)

2013, PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (9.809)

Structural insights into the proton pumping by unusual proteorhodopsin from nonmarine bacteria

2011, JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY (3.959)

Active State of Sensory Rhodopsin II: Structural Determinants for Signal Transfer and Proton Pumping

2011, JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY (3.959)

X-ray-Radiation-Induced Changes in Bacteriorhodopsin Structure

2010, JOURNAL OF CRYSTAL GROWTH (1.693)

Isoprenoid-chained lipid beta-XylOC(16+4)-A novel molecule for in meso membrane protein crystallization

2010, ACTA CRYSTALLOGRAPHICA SECTION D-BIOLOGICAL CRYSTALLOGRAPHY (7.232)

Overcoming merohedral twinning in crystals of bacteriorhodopsin grown in lipidic mesophase

2009, JOURNAL OF SURFACE INVESTIGATION-X-RAY SYNCHROTRON AND NEUTRON TECHNIQUES (0.359)

Comparative analysis of the quality of membrane protein bacteriorhodopsin crystals during crystallization in octylglucoside and octylthioglucoside

2008, JOURNAL OF SURFACE INVESTIGATION-X-RAY SYNCHROTRON AND NEUTRON TECHNIQUES (0.359)

Comparative analysis of sensory rhodopsin II structures in complex with a transducer and without it

2005, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL MACROMOLECULES (3.096)

Particles of liquid-crystalline dispersions formed by (nucleic acid-rare earth element) complexes as a potential platform for neutron capture therapy

FEBS JOURNAL (3.986)

Structure of the light-driven sodium pump KR2 and its implications for optogenetics

Alexander Koldoba

Director of the Laboratory of Fluid Dynamics and Seismics

Publications

2015, MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY (5.226)

Asymmetric MHD outflows/jets from accreting T Tauri stars

2014, MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY (5.226)

Propeller-driven outflows from an MRI disc

NEW ASTRONOMY (1.244)

Numerical MHD codes for modeling astrophysical flows

EPJ WEB OF CONFERENCES

MHD simulations of magnetospheric accretion, ejection and plasma-field interaction

Artem Oganov

Publications

2016, JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL CHEMISTRY (3.601)

d-AO Spherical Aromaticity in Ce6O8

2016, SCIENTIFIC REPORTS (5.578)

Superconductivity of novel tin hydrides (SnnHm) under pressure

2016, RSC ADVANCES (3.84)

Explaining stability of transition metal carbides - and why TcC does not exist

2015, SCIENTIFIC REPORTS (5.078)

Pressure-driven formation and stabilization of superconductive chromium hydrides

2015, SCIENTIFIC REPORTS (5.078)

Stable magnesium peroxide at high pressure

2015, PHYSICAL REVIEW B (3.664)

Effects of ferroelectric polarization on surface phase diagram: Evolutionary algorithm study of the BaTiO3(001) surface

2015, PHYSICAL REVIEW B (3.664)

Generalized evolutionary metadynamics for sampling the energy landscapes and its applications

2015, JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS (3.122)

Backbone NxH compounds at high pressures

2015, SCIENTIFIC REPORTS (5.078)

Formation of As-As Interlayer Bonding in the collapsed tetragonal phase of NaFe2As2 under pressure

2015, SCIENTIFIC REPORTS (5.078)

The phase diagram and hardness of carbon nitrides

2015, NATURE COMMUNICATIONS (10.742)

Investigation of exotic stable calcium carbides using theory and experiment

2015, SCIENTIFIC REPORTS (5.078)

Prediction of new thermodynamically stable aluminum oxides

2015, SCIENTIFIC REPORTS (5.078)

Formation of Stoichiometric CsFn Compounds

2015, ADVANCED ENERGY MATERIALS (14.385)

A Novel Phase of Li15Si4 Synthesized under Pressure

2015, PHYSICAL REVIEW B (3.664)

Prediction of a stable post-post-perovskite structure from first principles

2015, SCIENTIFIC REPORTS (5.078)

Novel lithium-nitrogen compounds at ambient and high pressures

2015, NANO LETTERS (12.94)

Phagraphene: A Low-Energy Graphene Allotrope Composed of 5-6-7 Carbon Rings with Distorted Dirac Cones

2015, PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS (4.198)

A novel phase of beryllium fluoride at high pressure

2015, PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS (4.198)

Phase stability, chemical bonding and mechanical properties of titanium nitrides: A first-principles study

2015, SCIENTIFIC REPORTS (5.078)

Nitrogen oxides under pressure: Stability, ionization, polymerization, and superconductivity

2015, PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS (4.198)

Novel compounds in the Zr-O system, their crystal structures and mechanical properties

2015, SCIENTIFIC REPORTS (5.078)

Rational design of inorganic dielectric materials with expected permittivity

2015, SCIENTIFIC REPORTS (5.078)

Prediction of novel stable compounds in the Mg-Si-O system under exoplanet pressures

2015, SCIENCE (31.477)

Synthesis of borophenes: Anisotropic, two-dimensional boron polymorphs

2015, PHYSICAL REVIEW B (3.664)

Pressure-induced novel compounds in the Hf-O system from first-principles calculations

2014, EPL (2.269)

Prediction of the atomic structure and stability for the ensemble of silicon nanoclusters passivated by hydrogen

2014, PHYSICS LETTERS A (1.626)

High throughput exploration of ZrxSi1_O-x(2) dielectrics by evolutionary first-principles approaches

2014, JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS (3.122)

Predicting polymeric crystal structures by evolutionary algorithms

2014, PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS (7.728)

Unexpected Reconstruction of the alpha-Boron (111) Surface

2014, AIP ADVANCES (1.59)

Exploration of stable compounds, crystal structures, and superconductivity in the Be-H system

2014, NATURE COMMUNICATIONS (10.742)

Rational design of all organic polymer dielectrics

2014, SCIENTIFIC REPORTS (5.078)

Novel superconducting skutterudite-type phosphorus nitride at high pressure from first-principles calculations

2014, APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS (3.515)

Discovering low-permittivity materials: Evolutionary search for MgAl2O4 polymorphs

2014, SCIENTIFIC REPORTS (5.078)

Novel Hydrogen Hydrate Structures under Pressure

2014, INORGANIC CHEMISTRY (4.794)

Synthesis of beta-Mg2C3: A Monoclinic High-Pressure Polymorph of Magnesium Sesquicarbide

2014, JOURNAL OF SUPERHARD MATERIALS (0.654)

Metastable host-guest structure of carbon

2014, PHYSICAL REVIEW B (3.664)

Tuning the crystal structure and electronic states of Ag2Se: Structural transitions and metallization under pressure

2014, PHYSICS LETTERS A (1.626)

First-principles calculations of the dielectric and vibrational properties of ferroelectric and paraelectric BaAl2O4

2014, PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS (7.728)

Semimetallic Two-Dimensional Boron Allotrope with Massless Dirac Fermions

2014, ACTA CRYSTALLOGRAPHICA SECTION C-CRYSTAL STRUCTURE COMMUNICATIONS (0.535)

Evolutionary search for new high-k dielectric materials: methodology and applications to hafnia-based oxides

2014, PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS (4.198)

Variable-composition structural optimization and experimental verification of MnB3 and MnB4

2014, TOPICS IN CURRENT CHEMISTRY (4.607)

Crystal structure prediction and its application in earth and materials sciences

2014, PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS (7.728)

New reconstructions of the (110) surface of rutile TiO2 predicted by an evolutionary method

2014, PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS (4.198)

BaC: a thermodynamically stable layered superconductor

2013, SCIENCE (31.477)

Unexpected Stable Stoichiometries of Sodium Chlorides

2013, PHYSICAL REVIEW B (3.664)

Prediction of stable hafnium carbides: Stoichiometries, mechanical properties, and electronic structure

2013, PHYSICAL REVIEW B (3.664)

Evolutionary method for predicting surface reconstructions with variable stoichiometry

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS (4.198)

Alkali subhalides: High-pressure stability and interplay between metallic and ionic bonds

ANGEWANDTE CHEMIE-INTERNATIONAL EDITION (11.336)

Antiferromagnetic Stabilization in the Ti8O12 Cluster

SPECTROSCOPIC PROPERTIES OF INORGANIC AND ORGANOMETALLIC COMPOUNDS

Structure prediction and its applications in computational materials design

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS (4.198)

Novel superhard B-C-O phases predicted from first principles

Theory of Superhard Materials

Vadim Cherezov

Director of the Laboratory of Structural Biology of G-protein Coupled Receptors

Publications

2015, CRYSTAL GROWTH & DESIGN (4.558)

Nucleation and Growth of Membrane Protein Crystals in Meso - A Fluorescence Microscopy Study

2005, PHYSICAL REVIEW E (2.326)

Strength of thermal undulations of phospholipid membranes

JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL INFORMATION AND MODELING (4.068)

The Fragment Molecular Orbital Method Reveals New Insight into the Chemical Nature of GPCR-Ligand Interactions

Prof. Leo Rafael Reif

President of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Vasily Stolyarov

Education
1989-1999 school 1999-2005 Student of the National research nuclear university "MEPhI" on a specialist of «superconductivity and nanotechnology» 2005-2009 PhD at the ISSP RAS Laboratory of superconductivity 2009- 2012 The scientific employee of ISSP RAS Laboratory of superconductivity and Sector of Nanolithograpy. 2012-2015 PostDoc position at INSP UPMC Sorbonne University and ECPCI PariTech
Professional experience
2009- 2012 Scientific researcher of the Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Institut des Nanosciences de Paris. 2010- to the present day Senior Lecturer of Moscow State University 2012- 2015 PostDoc at ESPCI ParisTech and INSP UPMC Sorbonne University (CNRS) 2013- to the present day Scientific researcher Kazan Federal University 2015- to the present day Senior Research Scientist of Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Academic Interests
The submicron Josephson structure and research of these structures with scanning probe microscopy (STM, AFM, SNOM). Superconducting and ferromagnetic nano structures on surfaces of semiconductors and insulators. low-temperature scanning tunneling microscopy/spectroscopy. Designing of the new highly technological equipment. Fabrication of mesoscopic SN- and SF- hybrid structures via e-beam lithography and magnetron evaporation, transport measurements in magnetic field at low temperatures (in dilution fridge). Investigations of Topological Insulators.
Publications

2015, JOURNAL OF MAGNETISM AND MAGNETIC MATERIALS (2.002)

Detection of small exchange fields in S/F structures

2015, JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL PHYSICS (0.931)

Surface origin of quasi-2D Shubnikov–de Haas oscillations in Bi2Te2Se

2015, NATURE PHYSICS (20.603)

Coherent long-range magnetic bound states in a superconductor

2014, APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS (3.515)

Ex situ elaborated proximity mesoscopic structures for ultrahigh vacuum scanning tunneling spectroscopy

2014, PHYSICAL REVIEW X (8.463)

Proximity Effect between Two Superconductors Spatially Resolved by Scanning Tunneling Spectroscopy

Oleg Astafiev

Publications

2015, PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS (7.728)

Correlated Emission Lasing in Harmonic Oscillators Coupled via a Single Three-Level Artificial Atom

Nikolay Kudryavtsev

Born 08 May 1950

Rector of MIPT

Education

1967-1973: Studied at the MIPT Department of Molecular and Chemical Physics

1973: Graduated from MIPT with a degree in the Physics and Mechanics of Chemical Processes

1977: Defended a thesis to become Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences

1987: Defended a thesis on the problems of the thermal protection of the Buran space shuttle orbiter and became Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences

Professional experience

1977: Assistant, MIPT Section of Molecular Physics

1978-1987: Vice-dean, MIPT Department of Molecular and Chemical Physics

1987: Dean, MIPT Department of Molecular and Chemical Physics

1988: Head of the MIPT Section of Molecular Physics

1990: Promoted to Professor; member of the International Informatization Academy

1991: A founding member of the JSC Laboratory of Impulse Technology at MIPT created to promote the use of ultraviolet water disinfection systems; supervised the development of these systems

1994: Elected CEO of JSC Phonon of the Russian Defense Ministry, a major developer of piezo-technical products in Russia; contributed to the restructuring of the company

1997: Elected Rector of Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Academic Interests

Shock tubes, aerothermal chemistry, chemical and gas dynamic lasers

Publications

2011, PLASMA PHYSICS REPORTS (0.747)

Determination of the cathode and anode voltage drops in high power low-pressure amalgam lamps

2011, PLASMA PHYSICS REPORTS (0.747)

The effect of the operation modes of a gas discharge low-pressure amalgam lamp on the intensity of generation of 185 nm UV vacuum radiation

2011, LIGHT & ENGINEERING (0.031)

A METHOD OF UV RADIANT FLUX MEASURING OF LP TUBULAR BACTERICIDAL LAMP

2011, DOKLADY PHYSICS (0.473)

Measurement of the radiation intensity beyond the front of strong shock waves for a methane-nitrogen gas mixture

2007, HIGH TEMPERATURE (1.156)

Dynamics of radiation in a CO:N2 mixture behind strong shock waves

2006, TECHNICAL PHYSICS LETTERS (0.583)

Effect of a protective layer on the lifetime and output radiation intensity decay rate of quartz low-pressure gas discharge lamps

2006, HIGH TEMPERATURE (1.156)

An experimental investigation of the spectral composition of radiation behind the shock-wave front in a CO2-N-2-Ar mixture

2000, HIGH TEMPERATURE (1.156)

Experimental investigation of a low-pressure amalgam lamp at an increased power of discharge

1996, INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MICRO- AND NANOELECTRONICS 2009

Permeability increasing effects of low power light

1995, KVANTOVAYA ELEKTRONIKA

Pumping of a coaxial nitrogen laser by a high-speed ionisation wave.

1993, CHEMICAL PHYSICS LETTERS (1.991)

CHEMILUMINESCENCE OBSERVATIONS IN THE POTENTIAL EXCHANGE NF-IF LASER SYSTEM

1992, CHEMICAL PHYSICS LETTERS (1.991)

NF3 DECOMPOSITION BEHIND SHOCK-WAVES

1992, CHEMICAL PHYSICS LETTERS (1.991)

NF3 decomposition behind shock waves in the intermediate pressure range

APPLIED PHYSICS

Increasing a lifetime of the powerful low-pressure discharge lamps

SURFACE ENGINEERING AND APPLIED ELECTROCHEMISTRY (0.289)

Protective coatings with a mixed composition for low-pressure discharge amalgam lamps

TURKISH JOURNAL OF PHYSICS

Shock tube simulation of radiative heat flux to the space vehicle surface during its reentering the planetary atmospheres

TECHNICAL PHYSICS (0.539)

Spark breakdown of air by nanosecond voltage pulses

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MICRO- AND NANOELECTRONICS 2009

Pumping nitrogen and excimer laser mixture by breakdown ionization wave

PHYSICS-USPEKHI (1.913)

Apparatus and techniques for the investigation of methods of generating molecular beams

JOURNAL OF APPLIED SPECTROSCOPY (0.514)

Radiation of vibration-excited NO(X2II) molecules in visible and near IR spectra and kinetics of their radiative decay

SHOCK WAVES (0.743)

Nonequilibrium excitation of internal molecular degrees of freedom in the shock layer during hypersonic flight

JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING PHYSICS

Numerical study of spectral intensity of emission and absorption of the CO2 and CO molecules under vibrationally nonequilibrium conditions

EUROPEAN SPACE AGENCY, (SPECIAL PUBLICATION) ESA SP

Radiation behind the strong shock waves in CO:N2 mixture

Contacts
Phone +7 (495) 408-5700 (assistant: Ustich Elena Mikhailovna)

Tagir Aushev

Born 03 March 1976

Vice-rector for research and strategic development

Education
1999: Graduated from MIPT 

2013: Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Institute for Theoretical and Experimental Physics
Professional experience

Since 1999: Member of the Belle Collaboration

Since 2007: Member of the Executive Board of the Belle Collaboration

Since 2010: Member of the Belle II Collaboration

2006-2010: Scientific collaborator (postdoc) at the LPHE EPFL, Switzerland

2011-2012: Visiting foreign researcher at the KEK scientific center, Japan

2013-2014: Visiting scientist at the LSMB EPFL

Academic Interests

Physics of elementary particles, high-energy physics, heavy quarks, CP-violations, T-violations, the break-up of B-mesons, unitary triangle, the standard model, exotic particles, X(3872), hadron spectroscopy, mass-spectrometry.

Publications

2016, PHYSICAL REVIEW D (4.864)

Measurements of the Upsilon(10860) and Upsilon(11020) resonances via sigma(e(+)e(-) -> Upsilon(nS)pi(+)pi(-))

2016, PHYSICAL REVIEW D (4.643)

Search for the rare decay D0 →γγ at Belle

2016, PHYSICAL REVIEW D (4.643)

Study of B-0 -> rho(+)rho(-) decays and implications for the CKM angle phi(2)

2016, PHYSICAL REVIEW D (4.643)

Measurement of the decay B -> Dl nu(l) in fully reconstructed events and determination of the Cabibbo-Kobayashi-Maskawa matrix element vertical bar V-cb vertical bar

2016, PHYSICAL REVIEW D (4.643)

First observation of the decay B-0 -> psi(2S)pi(0)

2016, PHYSICAL REVIEW D (4.643)

Search for B-0 -> pi(-)tau(+)nu(tau) with hadronic tagging at Belle

2016, PHYSICAL REVIEW D (4.643)

Measurement of the lepton forward-backward asymmetry in B -> X(s)l(+)l(-) decays with a sum of exclusive modes

2016, PHYSICAL REVIEW D (4.643)

Study of pi(0) pair production in single-tag two-photon collisions

2015, PHYSICAL REVIEW D (4.864)

Inclusive cross sections for pairs of identified light charged hadrons and for single protons in e(+)e(-) at root s=10.58 GeV

2015, PHYSICAL REVIEW D (4.864)

Measurement of the branching ratio of (B)over-bar -> D-(*())tau(-)(nu)over-bar(tau) relative to (B)over-bar -> D(*)l(-)(nu)over-bar(l) decays with hadronic tagging at Belle

2015, PHYSICAL REVIEW D (4.864)

Semi-inclusive studies of semileptonic B-s decays at Belle

2015, PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS (7.728)

First Observation of the Hadronic Transition Upsilon(4S) -> eta h(b)(1P) and New Measurement of the h(b)(1P) and eta(b)(1S) Parameters

2015, PHYSICAL REVIEW D (4.864)

Measurement of the branching fraction of B+ -> tau(+)nu(tau) decays with the semileptonic tagging method

2015, NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SECTION A-ACCELERATORS SPECTROMETERS DETECTORS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT (1.316)

A scintillator based endcap K-L and muon detector for the Belle II experiment

2015, JOURNAL OF HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS (6.22)

Search for B decays to final states with the eta(c) meson

2015, PHYSICAL REVIEW D (4.864)

Search for B+ -> l(+)nu(l)gamma decays with hadronic tagging using the full Belle data sample

2015, PHYSICAL REVIEW D (4.864)

Measurements of B -> (D)over-barDs0*(+)(2317) decay rates and a search for isospin partners of the Ds0*(+)(2317)

2015, PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS (7.728)

Search for the Dark Photon and the Dark Higgs Boson at Belle

2015, PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS (7.728)

Measurement of the Direct CP Asymmetry in over-bar & RARR; gamma; Decays with a Lepton Tag

2015, PHYSICAL REVIEW D (4.864)

Search for the decay B+ -> (K)over-bar*K-0*(+) at Belle

2015, PHYSICAL REVIEW D (4.864)

Search for B-s(0) -> gamma gamma and a measurement of the branching fraction for B-s(0) -> phi gamma

2015, PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS (7.728)

First Observation of CP Violation in B ¯ 0 → DCP (∗) h0 Decays by a Combined Time-Dependent Analysis of BABAR and Belle Data

2015, PHYSICAL REVIEW D (4.864)

Measurement of the B ¯ →xsγ branching fraction with a sum of exclusive decays MEASUREMENT of THE. T. SAITO et al.

2015, PHYSICAL REVIEW D (4.864)

Study of D∗∗ production and light hadronic states in the B ¯ 0 →d∗+ωπ- decay STUDY of D∗∗ PRODUCTION and LIGHT ⋯ D. MATVIENKO et al.

2015, PHYSICAL REVIEW D (4.864)

Observation of X (3872) in B →x (3872)Kπ decays

2015, PHYSICAL REVIEW D (4.864)

Measurement of e+e- →γχcJ via initial state radiation at Belle

2015, PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS (7.728)

Observation of B0 →p Λ ¯ D (∗)-

PHYSICS LETTERS B (6.019)

Measurement of D0-D0 mixing and search for CP violation in D0→K+K-,π+π- decays with the full Belle data set

Contacts
Phone +7 (495) 408-74-27

Artem Voronov

Born 15 March 1980

Vice-rector for academic affairs and pre-university education

Education

2003: Graduated from MIPT

Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences

Professional experience

Since 2003: Faculty, MIPT Section of General Physics

Since 2007: Head of MIPT’s Extramural School of Physics and Technology

Since April 29, 2014: Vice-rector for academic and pre-university education

Academic Interests
Publications

2011, JOURNAL OF RUSSIAN LASER RESEARCH (0.606)

LASER RADIATION TUNABLE WITHIN THE RANGE OF 4.35-5.45 mu m IN A ZnTe CRYSTAL DOPED WITH Fe2+ IONS

2010, BULLETIN OF THE LEBEDEV PHYSICS INSTITUTE (0.286)

Passive Q-switching of the diode-pumped Er:YAG laser cavity with the Q-switch based on the Fe2+:ZnSe crystal

2010, PHYSICA STATUS SOLIDI B-BASIC SOLID STATE PHYSICS (1.605)

Room-temperature tunable midinfrared lasers on transition-metal doped II-VI compound crystals grown from vapor phase

2009, APPLIED PHYSICS B-LASERS AND OPTICS (1.634)

Pulsed broadly tunable room-temperature Cr2+:CdS laser

2008, QUANTUM ELECTRONICS (0.886)

A continuous-wave Fe2+ : ZnSe laser

2007, QUANTUM ELECTRONICS (0.886)

Intracavity laser spectroscopy by using a Fe2+ : ZnSe laser

2007, INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MICRO- AND NANOELECTRONICS 2009

2.94 mu m Er : YAG Q-switched laser with Fe(2+): ZnSe passive shutter

2007, INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MICRO- AND NANOELECTRONICS 2009

Room-temperature operation of a Fe2+: ZnSe laser - art. no. 661009

2006, IEEE JOURNAL OF QUANTUM ELECTRONICS (2.113)

3.77-5.05-mu m tunable solid-state lasers based on Fe2+-doped ZnSe crystals operating at low and room temperatures

2006, QUANTUM ELECTRONICS (0.886)

Efficient lasing in a Fe2+: ZnSe crystal at room temperature

2006, INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MICRO- AND NANOELECTRONICS 2009

Efficient 3.8-4.4-mu m tunable Fe : ZnSe laser - art. no. 605408

2006, QUANTUM ELECTRONICS (0.886)

Passive Fe2+ : ZnSe single-crystal Q switch for 3-mu m lasers

2005, QUANTUM ELECTRONICS (0.886)

Laser parameters of a Fe : ZnSe crystal in the 85-255-K temperature range

2004, QUANTUM ELECTRONICS (0.886)

Efficient IR Fe : ZnSe laser continuously tunable in the spectral range from 3.77 to 4.40 ttm

JOURNAL OF RUSSIAN LASER RESEARCH (0.606)

Laser radiation tunable within the range of 4.35-5.45 μm in a ZnTe crystal doped with Fe2+ ions

PHYSICA STATUS SOLIDI (C) CURRENT TOPICS IN SOLID STATE PHYSICS

Cr2+:CdS crystal as a new material for room-temperature tunable mid-infrared lasing

PHYSICA STATUS SOLIDI C: CONFERENCES

Vapour growth of II-VI single crystals doped by transition metals for mid-infrared lasers

QUANTUM ELECTRONICS (0.886)

Efficient IR Fe: ZnSe laser continuously tunable in the spectral range from 3.77 to 4.40 μm

Contacts
Phone +7 (495) 408-77-72

Dmitry Zubtsov

Born 09 September 1982

Vice-rector for academic affairs and economic development

Education

2003: Graduated with bachelor’s degree from MIPT Department of Molecular and Chemical Physics

2005: Master’s degree, MIPT Department of Molecular and Chemical Physics

2008: Post-graduate, MIPT Department of Molecular and Chemical Physics

November 13, 2008: Defended the candidate’s dissertation on the kinetics of the formation of antigen-antibodies on microchips at the Institute of Molecular Biology of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Professional experience

2005-2011: Assistant, MIPT Section of Molecular Physics

2009-2012: Deputy head of MIPT Section of Molecular Physics

Since 2009: Fellow researcher, Laboratory of Sequencing and Mathematical Modeling of the Transcripome

Since 2011: Assistant professor, MIPT Section of Molecular Physics

Since 2012: Vice-rector for academic work (bachelor programs), MIPT

Since April 29, 2014: Vice-rector for academic work

Academic Interests

Molecular biology, biophysics, bioinformatics

Publications

2013, MOLECULAR BIOLOGY (0.74)

Molecular genetic analysis of DNA polymerase and thymidine kinase genes of a HSV-1 population using an MPS technology

BULLETIN OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE (0.366)

Analysis of Circulating Tumor Cells in Patients with Triple Negative Breast Cancer during Preoperative Chemotherapy

Contacts
Phone +7 (495) 408-40-66 (assistant)
Email zubtsov@phystech.edu

Elena Anokhova

Vice-rector for economy and finances

Education
1990 - Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, specialty - applied mathematics and physics.  
1996 - High School of the Ministry of Economy and the State Committee of Russia, specialty - accounting and audit.  
2001 - The Open University, London.
Professional experience
  • Certified auditor since 1996. 
  • Certified tax consultant since 2001. 
  • Certified Expert Auditor of internal quality management system audits for compliance with ISO 9001-2001. 
  • Member of the National Register of Professional Corporate Directors.
  • Graduate in International Financial Reporting (ACCA DipIFR). 
  • Awarded a diploma of the Minister of Finance of Russia "For active assistance to the Ministry of Finance in the implementation of its functions and powers under the state policymaking and legal regulation in the established field of activity."
Academic Interests

Evgeniy Evseev

Vice-rector for academic affairs and general issues

Education
Graduated from MIPT in 1980 with a degree in flight dynamics and control Candidate Degree in Physical and Mathematical Sciences, docent.
Professional experience
1977-1979 – chief technician, engineer at the State Scientific Center for the Study of Natural Resources 1977-1979 – assistant for the business contract theme at MIPT 1979-1981 – engineer at the aerology department [CAO] 1980-1981 – assistant, junior researcher for business contract theme 1980-1983 – post graduate studies at MIPT 1983-1984 – engineer programmer at the department of computational mathematics 1984-1990 – lecturer, senior lecturer at the department of perspective geometry and mechanical drawing 1990-2005 – docent at the department of perspective geometry and mechanical drawing, computational mechanics 2001-2004 – doctorate department of the Russian State University of Aviation Technology – K. E. Tsiolkovsky Russian State Technological University 2005-2008 – director of the Center for additional professional education of MIPT 2008-2011 – head of the planning and economics department 2011-2012 – vice-rector for educational services and economics issues 2012-2016 – vice-rector for economic affairs Since 2016 – vice-rector for academic affairs and general issues
Academic Interests
Candidate Degree in Physical and Mathematical Sciences, docent
Contacts
Phone +7 (495) 576 41 77
Email evseev.eg@mipt.ru

Fei Qi

Qinggao Wang

Xiaohu Yu

Gabriele Saleh

Publications

2015, COMPUTATIONAL AND THEORETICAL CHEMISTRY (1.368)

Energetics of non-covalent interactions from electron and energy density distributions

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS (4.198)

Alkali subhalides: High-pressure stability and interplay between metallic and ionic bonds

Maribel Nunez-Valdez

Pavel Bushlanov

Publications

2012, NUCLEAR PHYSICS B (3.946)

Kazhdan-Lusztig equivalence and fusion of Kac modules in Virasoro logarithmic models

2009, NUCLEAR PHYSICS B (3.946)

Lusztig limit of quantum sl(2) at root of unity and fusion of (1, p) Virasoro logarithmic minimal models

Nikita Matsko

Publications

2015, JOURNAL OF MAGNETISM AND MAGNETIC MATERIALS (2.002)

The criterion of magnetism in semiconductor nanoobjects

2014, EPL (2.269)

Prediction of the atomic structure and stability for the ensemble of silicon nanoclusters passivated by hydrogen

SOLID STATE PHENOMENA

Electronic properties and stability of silicon nanoclusters passivated by hydrogen.

Sergey Lepeshkin

Publications

2014, EPL (2.269)

Prediction of the atomic structure and stability for the ensemble of silicon nanoclusters passivated by hydrogen

2012, JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL PHYSICS (0.931)

Peculiarities of the correlation functions, X-ray and neutron scattering in BaTiO3

2012, JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL PHYSICS (0.931)

Melting and lattice dynamics of sodium at high pressures. Ab initio quantum molecular-dynamics analysis

2011, CRYSTALLOGRAPHY REPORTS (0.494)

Lattice dynamics and the phase diagram of sodium at high pressures and temperatures from ab initio calculations

2009, JETP LETTERS (1.364)

Lattice dynamics and melting features of Li and Na

SOLID STATE PHENOMENA

Electronic properties and stability of silicon nanoclusters passivated by hydrogen.

Vladimir Baturin

Publications

2014, EPL (2.269)

Prediction of the atomic structure and stability for the ensemble of silicon nanoclusters passivated by hydrogen

SOLID STATE PHENOMENA

Electronic properties and stability of silicon nanoclusters passivated by hydrogen.

Maxim Nikitin

Education
12/13 Ph.D. in Physical and Mathematical Sciences (Institute of Molecular Biology RAS; Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology Ph.D. programm)
09/04 – 06/08 M.Sc. with Honors in Applied Physics and Mathematics (Physical and Chemical Biology minor), Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Moscow, Russia
Professional experience
Research Positions
-12/14 – present Head of Nanobiotechnology Laboratory, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Moscow, Russia
- Senior Researcher, General Physics Institute, RAS, Moscow, Russia
- Senior Researcher, Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry, RAS, Moscow, Russia

Research experience in external laboratories
Researcher:

10/13 – 03/14 Argonne National Laboratory, USA (Dr. Novosad group)
07/08 Technical University of Munich, Germany (Prof. Ch. Plank group)
12/07 Lund University, Lund, Sweden (Dr. Ivanov group)
07/07 – 08/07 University of Buffallo, Buffalo, USA (group of Distinguished Prof. P. Prasad)
07/06 University of Chicago, NeuroICU/Rosengart Labs, USA (Dr. Rosengart group)
04/06 – 05/06 Inst. Pharm. Chem., Philipps University, Marburg, Germany (Prof. Keusgen group)
Academic Interests
Major scientific interests are in the field of nano-sized objects and their interaction with biological entities such as cells and living organisms, in particular, synthesis of inorganic particles, coating them with biopolymers, proteins and DNA; self-assembly of multifunctional superstructures via biomolecular interfaces; development of nanoparticle based smart materials; logic-gated and biocomputing structures; biomedical applications of biocompatible nanomaterials such as targeted drug delivery, cell sorting and labeling, hyperthermia of tumors; new label-free optical bio- and chemical sensors for advanced immunoassays; low-noise methods for detection of magnetic nanoparticles in vivo for investigation of nanoparticle behavior in experimental animals, i.e., their toxicity, biotransformation and biodegradation.
Publications

2016, BIOSENSORS & BIOELECTRONICS (6.409)

Rapid dry-reagent immunomagnetic biosensing platform based on volumetric detection of nanoparticles on 3D structures

2015, DOKLADY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOPHYSICS (0.343)

A comprehensive study of interactions between lectins and glycoproteins for the development of effective theranostic nanoagents

2015, ANALYTICAL AND BIOANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY (3.436)

Direct immunosensing by spectral correlation interferometry: assay characteristics versus antibody immobilization chemistry

2015, JOURNAL OF MAGNETISM AND MAGNETIC MATERIALS (1.97)

A new real-time method for investigation of affinity properties and binding kinetics of magnetic nanoparticles

2015, Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials (1,97)

Mössbauer study of exogenous iron redistribution between the brain and the liver after administration of 57 Fe 3 O 4 ferrofluid in the ventricle of the rat brain

2014, NATURE NANOTECHNOLOGY (34.048)

Biocomputing based on particle disassembly

2014, HYPERFINE INTERACTIONS (0.209)

Mossbauer evidence of 57-Fe-(Fe3O4) based ferrofluid biodegradation in the brain

2014, JOURNAL OF AEROSOL SCIENCE (2.236)

Generation and delivery of nanoaerosols from biological and biologically active substances

2013, DOKLADY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOPHYSICS (0.343)

Polyethyleneimine-coated magnetic nanoparticles for cell labeling and modification

2013, APPLIED BIOCHEMISTRY AND MICROBIOLOGY (0.735)

Detection of Pyrethroids by Spectral Correlation Interferometry

2013, ACS NANO (12.881)

Denaturation-Resistant Bifunctional Colloidal Superstructures Assembled via the Proteinaceous Barnase-Barstar Interface

2013, IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MAGNETICS (1.386)

Biodegradation of Magnetic Nanoparticles in Mouse Liver From Combined Analysis of Mossbauer and Magnetization Data

2013, IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MAGNETICS (1.386)

Biodegradation of Magnetic Nanoparticles in Rat Brain Studied by Mossbauer Spectroscopy

2012, ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY (5.636)

Magnetic Immunoassay for Detection of Staphylococcal Toxins in ComplexMedia

2012, DOKLADY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOPHYSICS (0.343)

Self-assembly of magnetic and fluorescent colloidal constructs based on protein-protein interactions

2012, SOLID STATE PHENOMENA (0.493)

Biodegradation of nanoparticles in a body from Mossbauer and magnetization measurements

2012, POLYMER SCIENCE SERIES A (0.919)

Binding of Mucin to Water-Soluble and Surface-Grafted Boronate-Containing Polymers

2011, Macromolecular bioscience (3,851)

Reversible conformational transitions of a polymer brush containing boronic acid and its interaction with mucin glycoprotein

2010, 8TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THE SCIENTIFIC AND CLINICAL APPLICATIONS OF MAGNETIC CARRIERS

Non-invasive in vivo mapping and long-term monitoring of magnetic nanoparticles in different organs of animals

2010, 8TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THE SCIENTIFIC AND CLINICAL APPLICATIONS OF MAGNETIC CARRIERS

Interpretation of the Mossbauer Spectra of the Magnetic Nanoparticles in Mouse Spleen

2010, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (9.674)

Protein-assisted self-assembly of multifunctional nanoparticles

2009, JOURNAL OF MAGNETISM AND MAGNETIC MATERIALS (1.97)

Highly sensitive room-temperature method of non-invasive in vivo detection of magnetic nanoparticles

2008, JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS (2.183)

Quantitative real-time in vivo detection of magnetic nanoparticles by their nonlinear magnetization

2007, International Conference on Lasers, Applications, and Technologies

Optical picoscopes - New opportunities for biosensing and for molecular technologies

HYPERFINE INTERACTIONS (0.209)

Mössbauer and X-ray study of biodegradation of 57Fe3 O 4 magnetic nanoparticles in rat brain

Contacts
Phone +7 (916) 662-10-88
Email max.nikitin@gmail.com

Gorbachev Roman

Dmitry Yu. Fedyanin

Ph.D., Senior Research Fellow 

Education
2012 - Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Department of Radiotechnics and Cybernetics
Publications

2016, NANO LETTERS (12.94)

Ultralow-Loss CMOS Copper Plasmonic Waveguides

2015, OPTICS EXPRESS (3.525)

Full loss compensation in hybrid plasmonic waveguides under electrical pumping

2015, SCIENTIFIC REPORTS (5.078)

All-nanophotonic NEMS biosensor on a chip

2015, AIP ADVANCES (1.59)

Robust luminescence of the silicon-vacancy center in diamond at high temperatures

2012, NANO LETTERS (12.94)

Surface Plasmon Polariton Amplification upon Electrical Injection in Highly Integrated Plasmonic Circuits

2012, OPTICS LETTERS (3.179)

Toward an electrically pumped spaser

2012, 20TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SPECTRAL LINE SHAPES

Electrically Pumped Double-Heterostructure Surface Plasmon Polariton Amplifier

2011, OPTICS EXPRESS (3.525)

Surface plasmon polariton amplification in metal-semiconductor structures

2011, 20TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SPECTRAL LINE SHAPES

Au/InAs Surface Plasmon Polariton Amplifier and SPASER

2010, OPTICS EXPRESS (3.525)

Transmission of surface plasmon polaritons through a nanowire array: mechano-optical modulation and motion sensing

2010, PHOTONICS AND NANOSTRUCTURES-FUNDAMENTALS AND APPLICATIONS (1.35)

Stored light in a plasmonic nanocavity based on extremely-small-energy-velocity modes

2010, 20TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SPECTRAL LINE SHAPES

Semiconductor Surface Plasmon Amplifier Based on a Schottky Barrier Diode

2010

Detection of Ultrashort Pulses with a Plasmonic Nanocavity Based on the Insulator-Insulator-Metal Waveguide

2010, JOURNAL OF OPTICS (2.01)

Backward waves in planar insulator-metal-insulator waveguide structures

2009, QUANTUM ELECTRONICS (0.886)

Surface plasmon-polaritons with negative and zero group velocities propagating in thin metal films

2009, 20TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SPECTRAL LINE SHAPES

Stored Light in a Plasmonic Nanocavity Based on Extremely-Small-Energy-Velocity Mode

Self-Heating and Cooling of Active Plasmonic Waveguides

Vladimir G. Leiman

Senior Research Fellow 

Publications

2014, 25TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON LOW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS (LT25), PART 4: QUANTUM PHASE TRANSITIONS AND MAGNETISM

Self-consistent surface charges and electric field in p-i-n tunneling transit-time diodes based on single- and multiple-layer graphene structures

2014, JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS (2.185)

Double injection, resonant-tunneling recombination, and current-voltage characteristics in double-graphene-layer structures

2014, JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS (2.521)

Graphene nanoelectromechanical resonators for the detection of modulated terahertz radiation

2013, JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS (2.185)

Effect of self-consistent electric field on characteristics of graphene p-i-n tunneling transit-time diodes

2012, TECHNICAL PHYSICS (0.539)

Carbon nanotube based resonant detector of modulated terahertz radiation

2012, JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS (2.185)

Effect of plasma resonances on dynamic characteristics of double graphene-layer optical modulator

2011, APPLIED PHYSICS EXPRESS (2.567)

Detection of Modulated Terahertz Radiation Using Combined Plasma and Mechanical Resonances in Double-Carbon-Nanotube Device

2010

Detection of Ultrashort Pulses with a Plasmonic Nanocavity Based on the Insulator-Insulator-Metal Waveguide

2010, JOURNAL OF OPTICS (2.01)

Backward waves in planar insulator-metal-insulator waveguide structures

2009, QUANTUM ELECTRONICS (0.886)

Surface plasmon-polaritons with negative and zero group velocities propagating in thin metal films

2007, QUANTUM ELECTRONICS (0.886)

On the mechanism of generation of terahertz electromagnetic radiation upon irradiation of a nanostructured metal surface by femtosecond laser pulses

1996, PLASMA PHYSICS REPORTS (0.747)

Rayleigh-Taylor instability in a planar slab of electron plasma

1994, JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS (2.485)

INVESTIGATION OF CHARGED-PARTICLE BEAM STABILITY - NUMERICAL-METHOD AND PHYSICAL RESULTS

Graphene nanoribbon based AM demodulator of terahertz radiation

Excitation of mechanical oscillations in double-carbon-nanotube system by terahertz radiation

Nanomechanical systems with plasmonic resonances as detectors of modulated terahertz radiation

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HIGH SPEED ELECTRONICS AND SYSTEMS

Generation of ultrashort electron bunches in nanostructures by femtosecond laser pulses

JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS (2.185)

Analysis of resonant detection of terahertz radiation in high-electron mobility transistor with a nanostring/carbon nanotube as the mechanically floating gate

Yury V. Stebunov

Publications

2015, ACS APPLIED MATERIALS & INTERFACES (5.9)

Highly Sensitive and Selective Sensor Chips with Graphene-Oxide Linking Layer

2015, SCIENTIFIC REPORTS (5.078)

All-nanophotonic NEMS biosensor on a chip

2012, TECHNICAL PHYSICS (0.539)

Carbon nanotube based resonant detector of modulated terahertz radiation

2011, APPLIED PHYSICS EXPRESS (2.567)

Detection of Modulated Terahertz Radiation Using Combined Plasma and Mechanical Resonances in Double-Carbon-Nanotube Device

Graphene nanoribbon based AM demodulator of terahertz radiation

Excitation of mechanical oscillations in double-carbon-nanotube system by terahertz radiation

Olga A. Aftenieva

Student

Education
MIPT Student (2012-2018)
Publications

2015, ACS APPLIED MATERIALS & INTERFACES (5.9)

Highly Sensitive and Selective Sensor Chips with Graphene-Oxide Linking Layer

Elena Loginova

Professional experience
Senior Researcher
Academic Interests
Associate Professor

Ivan Khrapach

Alexander Semenov

Andrey Konyukhov

Publications

2004, AIAA JOURNAL (1.165)

Simulation of subsonic and supersonic flows in inductive plasmatrons

1999, HIGH TEMPERATURE (1.156)

Numerical simulation of the processes of propagation of impurity from a large-scale source in the atmosphere

APPLICABLE ANALYSIS (0.684)

Upscaling of an immiscible non-equilibrium two-phase flow in double porosity media

Gennady Lopukhov

Leonid Pankratov

Publications

APPLICABLE ANALYSIS (0.684)

Upscaling of an immiscible non-equilibrium two-phase flow in double porosity media

APPLICABLE ANALYSIS (0.684)

A fully homogenized model for incompressible two-phase flow in double porosity media

MATHEMATICAL METHODS IN THE APPLIED SCIENCES (0.877)

Homogenization of a model for water-gas flow through double-porosity media

NONLINEAR ANALYSIS-REAL WORLD APPLICATIONS (2.519)

Homogenization of compressible two-phase two-component flow in porous media

Yuri Skalko

Contacts
Email skalko@mail.mipt.ru

Yevgeny Anokhin

Education
Ph.D. degree in Physics from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Moscow, Russia, (“Physico-chemical processes behind strong shock wave front in CO2-N2 mixtures”, Dolgoprudny, 2005) M.S. degree from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Moscow, 2002. B.S. degree from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Moscow, 2000.
Professional experience
2008–2013, Researcher, Laboratory of physical kinetics, MIPT, Dolgoprudny. 2005–2008, Researcher, Physics of nonequilibrium systems laboratory, MIPT, Dolgoprudny. 2002-2005, Junior researcher, Physics of nonequilibrium systems laboratory, MIPT, Dolgoprudny. 2008–2013 Assistant professor, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT), Dolgoprudny. 2002-2008 Assistant, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT), Dolgoprudny.
Academic Interests
Gas discharge plasma; plasma-assisted ignition and combustion; strong shock waves; state-to-state chemical kinetics.
Publications

2015, PLASMA SOURCES SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (3.056)

Ignition of hydrocarbon : air mixtures by a nanosecond surface dielectric barrier discharge

2013, PLASMA SOURCES SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (3.056)

Nanosecond discharge ignition in acetylene-containing mixtures

2012, JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS (2.521)

Plasma decay in air and O-2 after a high-voltage nanosecond discharge

2012, PLASMA PHYSICS REPORTS (0.747)

Plasma decay in the afterglow of a high-voltage nanosecond discharge in air

2011, JOURNAL OF PHYSICS B-ATOMIC MOLECULAR AND OPTICAL PHYSICS (1.916)

Electron detachment from O-2(-) ions in oxygen: the effect of vibrational excitation and the effect of electric field

2011, RUSSIAN CHEMICAL BULLETIN (0.509)

On the state of CH4 molecule in the octahedral void of C-60 fullerite

2011, JOURNAL OF NANOSCIENCE AND NANOTECHNOLOGY (1.339)

Dimerization of Defect Fullerenes and the Orientational Phase Transition in Oxidized C-60 Fullerite

2011, NATO SCIENCE FOR PEACE AND SECURITY SERIES C: ENVIRONMENTAL SECURITY

The temperature dependence of chemical shifts of individual peaks in the 13C NMR spectrum of the fullerite C60, doped with molecular Oxygen

2010, RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B (0.336)

The Structure of Fullerite C-60 Intercalated with Molecular Oxygen

2009, JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS (2.521)

Low-energy electron attachment and detachment in vibrationally excited oxygen

2009, CHEMICAL PHYSICS LETTERS (1.991)

Synthesis and properties of C-60 fullerite intercalated by acetylene

2009, RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF ELECTROCHEMISTRY (0.66)

Mechanism of proton conductivity in polyvinyl alcohol-phenolsulfonic acid membranes from H-1 and C-13 NMR data

2007, HIGH TEMPERATURE (1.156)

Dynamics of radiation in a CO:N2 mixture behind strong shock waves

2006, HIGH TEMPERATURE (1.156)

An experimental investigation of the spectral composition of radiation behind the shock-wave front in a CO2-N-2-Ar mixture

PLASMA PHYSICS REPORTS (0.747)

Plasma decay in high-voltage nanosecond discharges in oxygen-containing mixtures

Plasma decay in air excited by high-voltage nanosecond discharge

EUROPEAN SPACE AGENCY, (SPECIAL PUBLICATION) ESA SP

Radiation behind the strong shock waves in CO:N2 mixture

Contacts
Phone +7(495)408-63-47
Email eu.anokhin@gmail.com

Ilya Kosarev

Education
Ph.D. in Physics and Mathematics, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT), 2009, «Kinetics of Nonequilibrium Ignition of Gaseous Mixtures under Action of Laser Flash-Photolysis or Nanosecond Discharge» Master in Applied Physics and Mathematics (MIPT), 2005, «Ignition of Homologous Series of Hydrocarbons with the Aid of Nanosecond Discharge. Comparison of Discharge and Flash-Photolysis Effectiveness» Bachelor in Applied Physics and Mathematics (MIPT), 2003, «Dynamics of Dust Particles in Earth’s Mesosphere»
Professional experience
2011- 2012– Research engineer, Laboratory for Physics of Plasma (LPP), Ecole Polytechnique,Palaiseau. 2009- 2014– Researcher, Laboratory of Physical Kinetics, MIPT, Dolgoprudny. 2004- 2008– Researcher, Physics of Non-Equilibrium Systems Laboratory, MIPT, Dolgoprudny. 2000- 2004– Junior researcher, Institute for Dynamics of Geospheres of Russian Academy of Science, Moscow. 2008- 2015– Assistant professor, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT), Dolgoprudny.
Academic Interests
Gas discharge plasma; plasma-assisted ignition and combustion; strong shock waves.
Publications

2015, COMBUSTION AND FLAME (3.708)

Ignition of ethanol-containing mixtures excited by nanosecond discharge above self-ignition threshold

2013, PLASMA SOURCES SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (3.056)

Nanosecond discharge ignition in acetylene-containing mixtures

2013, TECHNICAL PHYSICS LETTERS (0.583)

Ignition of acetylene by high-voltage nanosecond discharge

2012, JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS (2.521)

Plasma decay in air and O-2 after a high-voltage nanosecond discharge

2012, PLASMA PHYSICS REPORTS (0.747)

Plasma decay in the afterglow of a high-voltage nanosecond discharge in air

2012, PLASMA SOURCES SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (3.056)

A nanosecond surface dielectric barrier discharge at elevated pressures: time-resolved electric field and efficiency of initiation of combustion

2011, DOKLADY PHYSICS (0.473)

Measurement of the radiation intensity beyond the front of strong shock waves for a methane-nitrogen gas mixture

2009, HIGH ENERGY CHEMISTRY (0.773)

Ignition with low-temperature plasma: Kinetic mechanism and experimental verification

2009, PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMBUSTION INSTITUTE (3.828)

Mechanism of ignition by non-equilibrium plasma

2009

Ignition of hydrocarbon-containing mixtures by nanosecond discharge: experiment and numerical modelling

2009, COMBUSTION AND FLAME (3.708)

Kinetics of ignition of saturated hydrocarbons by nonequilibrium plasma: C(2)H(6)- to C(5)H(12)-containing mixtures

2009

Shock tube study of artificial ignition of N(2)O:O(2):H(2):Ar mixtures

2008, JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS (2.521)

Plasma decay in air and N(2) : O(2) : CO(2) mixtures at elevated gas temperatures

2008, COMBUSTION AND FLAME (3.708)

Kinetics of ignition of saturated hydrocarbons by nonequilibrium plasma: CH4-containing mixtures

2008, JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS (2.521)

Kinetic mechanism of plasma-assisted ignition of hydrocarbons

2008, JOURNAL OF PROPULSION AND POWER (0.612)

Nanosecond-Pulsed Discharges for Plasma-Assisted Combustion and Aerodynamics

2007, JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS (2.521)

Plasma decay in N-2, CO2 and H2O excited by high-voltage nanosecond discharge

2007, COMBUSTION AND FLAME (3.708)

The kinetics of autoignition of rich N2O-H-2-O-2-Ar mixtures at high temperatures

2006, PURE AND APPLIED CHEMISTRY (3.112)

Plasma-assisted combustion

2000, PLASMA PHYSICS REPORTS (0.747)

Mechanism for electric breakdown in a chemically nonequilibrium system and the influence of the chain oxidation reaction in an H-2-air mixture on the breakdown threshold

COMBUSTION AND FLAME (3.708)

Comparative study of nonequilibrium plasma generation and plasma-assisted ignition for C2-hydrocarbons

Ignition in Ethanol-containing mixtures after nanosecond discharge above Self-ignition threshold

Plasma decay in air excited by high-voltage nanosecond discharge

Time-resolved electric field measurements in 1-5 atm nanosecond surface dielectric discharge. Ignition of combustible mixtures by surface discharge

Svetlana Kindysheva

Education

Ph.D. in Physics and Mathematics, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT), 2011,

«Modelling of kinetic processes in high-voltage nanosecond discharge in molecular gases»

Master in Applied Physics and Mathematics (MIPT), 2008, «Modeling of plasma decay and production of active particles in high-voltage nanosecond discharge in molecular gases»

Bachelor in Applied Physics and Mathematics (MIPT), 2006, «Recombination of plasma in nitrogen, oxygen, carbon dioxide and water vapor»

Professional experience

2012–2013 Research engineer, Instituto di Metodologie Inorganiche e dei Plasmi, Bari.

2009- 2012 Junior researcher, Physics of Non-Equilibrium Systems Laboratory, MIPT, Dolgoprudny.

Academic Interests

Gas discharge plasma; plasma-assisted ignition and combustion; numerical simulation.

Publications

2015, PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY A-MATHEMATICAL PHYSICAL AND ENGINEERING SCIENCES (2.864)

Fast gas heating in N2/O2 mixtures under nanosecond surface dielectric barrier discharge: The effects of gas pressure and composition

2015, COMBUSTION AND FLAME (3.708)

Ignition of ethanol-containing mixtures excited by nanosecond discharge above self-ignition threshold

2015, PLASMA SOURCES SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (3.056)

Ignition of hydrocarbon : air mixtures by a nanosecond surface dielectric barrier discharge

2014, PLASMA SOURCES SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (3.056)

Kinetics of low-temperature plasmas for plasma-assisted combustion and aerodynamics

2013, PLASMA SOURCES SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (3.056)

Nanosecond discharge ignition in acetylene-containing mixtures

2013, TECHNICAL PHYSICS LETTERS (0.583)

Ignition of acetylene by high-voltage nanosecond discharge

2012, JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS (2.521)

Plasma decay in air and O-2 after a high-voltage nanosecond discharge

2012, PLASMA PHYSICS REPORTS (0.747)

Plasma decay in the afterglow of a high-voltage nanosecond discharge in air

2010, JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS (2.521)

Mechanism of ultra-fast heating in a non-equilibrium weakly ionized air discharge plasma in high electric fields

2009, PLASMA PHYSICS REPORTS (0.747)

Simulation of the ignition of a methane-air mixture by a high-voltage nanosecond discharge

2009, HIGH ENERGY CHEMISTRY (0.773)

Ignition with low-temperature plasma: Kinetic mechanism and experimental verification

2009, PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMBUSTION INSTITUTE (3.828)

Mechanism of ignition by non-equilibrium plasma

2009, COMBUSTION AND FLAME (3.708)

Kinetics of ignition of saturated hydrocarbons by nonequilibrium plasma: C(2)H(6)- to C(5)H(12)-containing mixtures

2008, JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS (2.521)

Plasma decay in air and N(2) : O(2) : CO(2) mixtures at elevated gas temperatures

2008, COMBUSTION AND FLAME (3.708)

Kinetics of ignition of saturated hydrocarbons by nonequilibrium plasma: CH4-containing mixtures

2008, JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS (2.521)

Kinetic mechanism of plasma-assisted ignition of hydrocarbons

2007, JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS (2.521)

Plasma decay in N-2, CO2 and H2O excited by high-voltage nanosecond discharge

COMBUSTION AND FLAME (3.708)

Comparative study of nonequilibrium plasma generation and plasma-assisted ignition for C2-hydrocarbons

Ignition in Ethanol-containing mixtures after nanosecond discharge above Self-ignition threshold

Ivan Timofeev

Publications

2014, LASER PHYSICS (1.025)

Temperature measurement in plasma torch generated by moderate laser irradiation of multicomponent polycrystal rock surface

Nikolay Mazko

Victor Solovyev

Publications

2015, PLASMA SOURCES SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (3.056)

Ignition of hydrocarbon : air mixtures by a nanosecond surface dielectric barrier discharge

2014, JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS (2.521)

An electric field in nanosecond surface dielectric barrier discharge at different polarities of the high voltage pulse: spectroscopy measurements and numerical modeling

2014, PLASMA PHYSICS REPORTS (0.747)

Mechanism of streamer stopping in a surface dielectric barrier discharge

2013, SEMICONDUCTORS (0.705)

Quasi-Elastic and Inelastic Approximations in the Description of the Charge Carrier Dynamics in Diamond

2012, JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL PHYSICS (0.931)

Dynamics of charge carriers at the place of the formation of a muonic atom in diamond and silicon

2012, JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS (2.521)

Analytical estimation of the thrust generated by a surface dielectric barrier discharge

2010, SEMICONDUCTORS (0.705)

Calculation of the Charge-Carrier Mobility in Diamond at Low Temperatures

2009, JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS (2.521)

Surface barrier discharge modelling for aerodynamic applications

2008, PLASMA PHYSICS REPORTS (0.747)

Numerical simulation of a surface barrier discharge in air

2008, PLASMA PHYSICS REPORTS (0.747)

On the possibility of the electron-hole plasma conductivity in diamond being negative

2006, PHYSICA B-CONDENSED MATTER (1.276)

Absolute negative mobility of charge carriers in diamond and interpretation of mu SR experiments

2006, PHYSICA B-CONDENSED MATTER (1.276)

Track processes influence on muonium formation in solid argon

2004, JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL PHYSICS (0.931)

The influence of kinetic processes at a negative muon track endpoint in doped nondegenerate silicon on the behavior of muon spin polarization

2003, AIAA JOURNAL (1.165)

Drag reduction by plasma filaments over supersonic forebodies

2000, PHYSICA B-CONDENSED MATTER (1.276)

Muonium and muonium-like systems formation in spur model

1997, HYPERFINE INTERACTIONS (0.209)

The influence of electric field on processes at muon track's end in noble gases

1996, HYPERFINE INTERACTIONS (0.209)

Kinetic processes of muonic atom and ion formation in rare gases (spur model)

Alexander Konchakov

Alexander Ponomarev

Publications

2015, PLASMA SOURCES SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (3.056)

Monte Carlo simulation of electron detachment properties for O2- ions in oxygen and oxygen:nitrogen mixtures

Aleksandr Ponomarev

Professional experience
PhD, junior scientific researcher
Academic Interests

Alexander Panfilov

Publications

2016, SCIENTIFIC REPORTS (5.578)

Effects of Heterogeneous Diffuse Fibrosis on Arrhythmia Dynamics and Mechanism

2015, PLOS ONE (3.534)

Conditions for Waveblock Due to Anisotropy in a Model of Human Ventricular Tissue

2015, NEW JOURNAL OF PHYSICS (3.671)

A theory for spiral wave drift in reaction-diffusion-mechanics systems

2015, PLOS ONE (3.534)

A comparative study of early afterdepolarization-mediated fibrillation in two mathematical models for human ventricular cells

2014, AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY (4.012)

Small size ionic heterogeneities in the human heart can attract rotors

2014, AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY (4.012)

Turbulent electrical activity at sharp-edged inexcitable obstacles in a model for human cardiac tissue

2014, PLOS ONE (3.534)

Electrical Wave Propagation in an Anisotropic Model of the Left Ventricle Based on Analytical Description of Cardiac Architecture

2014, PLOS COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGY (5.215)

Effect of Global Cardiac Ischemia on Human Ventricular Fibrillation: Insights from a Multi-scale Mechanistic Model of the Human Heart

Nadezda N. Agladze

Publications

2015, PLOS ONE (3.534)

Functional Analysis of the Engineered Cardiac Tissue Grown on Recombinant Spidroin Fiber Meshes

Konstantin Guria

Education
MIPT
Professional experience
PhD, senior researcher.
Academic Interests

Olga Gaiko

Professional experience
PhD, senior researcher.
Academic Interests

Irina Egorova

Professional experience
Secretary egorova.ia@mipt.ru
Academic Interests

Sheida Frolova

Professional experience
PhD student
Academic Interests

Nina Kudryashova

Professional experience
PhD Student
Academic Interests

Valeriya Tsvelaya

Professional experience
MIPT student
Academic Interests

Vladimir Fortov

Born 23 January 1946

Soviet and Russian physicist, President of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Education
1968 - graduated from MIPT, Department of Aerophysics and Space Research.
Professional experience
1971 - 1986 - worked at the Institute of Chemical Physics in Chernogolovka;
1982 - Ph.D in Chemical Physics (including Physics of Combustion and Explosion);
1986-1992 - Division Head at the Joint Institute for High Temperature (JIHT), Head of Laboratory at the Institute of Chemical Physics;
1987 - Corresponding member at the Academy of Sciences of the USSR, Subdivision of Physics and Technology in Energetics;
1991 - Full member at the Russian Academy of Sciences, Subdivision of Physics, Energetics and Electronic Engineering;
1992-2007 - Director at the Institute of Thermal Physics in Extreme States, JIHT;
1993-1997 - Board Chairman at the Russian Foundation for Basic Research;
1996-2001 - Vice-President of the Russian Academy of Sciences;
August 1996 Was elected as chair of the State Committee of Science and Technology, later as a minister of science and technology.
Until March 1997 he served as Deputy Chairman of the Government of Russian Federation and resigned in March 1998;
2007 - present - Director of the Joint Institute for High Temperature RAS, Head of MIPT’s Subdepartment of Physics of High Temperatures, Department of Molecular and Chemical Physics;
2002-2013 - Scientific Secretary of RAS Division of Energetics, Engineering, Mechanics and Management;
2010 - present - Member of Scientific Advisory Council at the Skolkovo Foundation;
2011 - present - Member of Supervisory Board at the Northern (Arctic) Federal University named after M.V. Lomonosov;
May 29, 2013 - elected as President of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
Academic Interests
1971 - Ph.D, thesis “Thermal Physics of Plasma in Nuclear Rocket Engines”;
1976 - Sc.D, thesis “Dynamic Methods of Collisional Plasma”.
Fortov’s scientific research was dedicated to extreme states of matter and physics of shock waves in dense plasma. He pioneered the study of dynamic physics of collisional plasma, laid groundwork for the research of high density energy physics at Angara-5-1 experimental complex, and participated in the international Space project VEGA. Fortov conducted a series of experiments on quasicrystal lattices in plasma, including the space Plasma Crystal Experiment, that started at MIR in 1998 and later continued at the International Space Station.
Academic and tutor at MIPT (over 11 doctorate and 30 master’s theses under his supervision successfully defended). Editor-in-chief at the High Temperature journal, editorial board member at the Physics-Uspekhi (Advances in Physical Sciences) journal, editor of Encyclopedia of Low-Temperature Plasma, Editor-in-chief at V Mire Nauki (Russian edition of Scientific American), Proceedings of the Russian Academy of Sciences, and Bulletin of the Russian Academy of Sciences journals.
Publications

2015, JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL PHYSICS (0.931)

Two-dimensional phase transition in a strongly nonideal dusty plasma

2014, JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS (2.185)

Quantum molecular dynamics simulation of shock-wave experiments in aluminum

2014, JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS (2.185)

Isentropic expansion of copper plasma in Mbar pressure range at "Luch" laser facility

2013, CONTRIBUTIONS TO PLASMA PHYSICS (0.983)

Collective Phenomena in Strongly Coupled Dissipative Systems of Charged Dust: from Ground to Microgravity Experiments

2013, PLASMA PHYSICS AND CONTROLLED FUSION (2.386)

Contactless methods for studying interactions between dust particles in a gas-discharge plasma

2013, NEW JOURNAL OF PHYSICS (3.671)

Influence of external perturbations on the interaction between grains in plasma

2013, JETP LETTERS (1.364)

Brownian motion of dust particles in a weakly ionized plasma

2012, PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS (7.728)

Viscosity of a Strongly Coupled Dust Component in a Weakly Ionized Plasma

2012, JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS (2.185)

Nanomodification of gold surface by picosecond soft x-ray laser pulse

2012, JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL PHYSICS (0.931)

Laser excitation of long-lived oscillatory states in a dusty-plasma trap

2011, NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SECTION A-ACCELERATORS SPECTROMETERS DETECTORS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT (1.316)

Electron bunch compression and acceleration in the laser wakefield

2011, TECHNICAL PHYSICS LETTERS (0.583)

Synthesis and Characterization of Macrocomposites Based on Nickel-Coated Quasi-Crystalline Al-Cu-Fe Powder

2011, PHYSICA SCRIPTA (1.296)

Conditions for formation of dusty plasma structures in the near-electrode layer of an rf-discharge

2011, JETP LETTERS (1.364)

Laser ablation of gold: Experiment and atomistic simulation

2011, LASER AND PARTICLE BEAMS (1.701)

Characteristic X-rays generation under the action of femtosecond laser pulses on nano-structured targets

2011, EPL (2.269)

Superhigh dust charging by high-voltage electron beam

2011, JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL PHYSICS (0.931)

Bipolar Charging of Dust Particles under Ultraviolet Radiation

2010, TECHNICAL PHYSICS LETTERS (0.583)

Anomalously High Charging of Dispersed Particles by 25-keV Electron Beam

2010, PHYSICAL REVIEW E (2.326)

Thermodynamic and transport properties of nonideal systems with isotropic pair potentials

2010, JOURNAL OF PLASMA PHYSICS (0.739)

Investigation of non-Newtonian behavior of dusty plasma liquid

2010, JOURNAL OF PLASMA PHYSICS (0.739)

Analysis of the interaction between particles in non-ideal quasi-equilibrium extended systems

2010, NEW JOURNAL OF PHYSICS (3.671)

Analysis of laser wakefield dynamics in capillary tubes

2007, PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS (7.728)

Phase transition in a strongly nonideal deuterium plasma generated by quasi-isentropical compression at megabar pressures

2007, JETP LETTERS (1.364)

Ultrahigh charging of dust particles in a nonequilibrium plasma

2007, PHYSICAL REVIEW E (2.326)

Experimental study of the heat transport processes in dusty plasma fluid

2006, JOURNAL OF PHYSICS A-MATHEMATICAL AND GENERAL (1.577)

Solar plasma: calculation of thermodynamic functions and equation of state

2005, PHYSICS LETTERS A (1.626)

Experimental study of laminar flow in dusty plasma liquid

2004, HIGH TEMPERATURE MATERIAL PROCESSES (0.058)

Conductivity of nonideal plasma

2004, JETP LETTERS (1.364)

Analysis of the presence of small admixtures of heavy elements in the solar plasma by using the SAHA-S equation of state

2004, JETP LETTERS (1.364)

Experimental measurements of the compressibility, temperature, and light absorption in dense shock-compressed gaseous deuterium

2003, JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL PHYSICS (0.931)

Pressure-produced ionization of nonideal plasma in a megabar range of dynamic pressures

2003, JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL PHYSICS (0.931)

The action of an electron beam on dust structures in a plasma

2001, CONTRIBUTIONS TO PLASMA PHYSICS (0.983)

Thermophysical properties of shock compressed argon and xenon

2000, JOURNAL DE PHYSIQUE IV (0.351)

Improved ionic model of liquid uranium dioxide

1999, IZVESTIYA AKADEMII NAUK SERIYA FIZICHESKAYA

Study of non-congruent phase equilibrium in high-temperature chemically reacting nonideal plasma

1999, CONTRIBUTIONS TO PLASMA PHYSICS (0.983)

Thermodynamic properties of dense plasma of shock-compressed metals

1998, NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SECTION A-ACCELERATORS SPECTROMETERS DETECTORS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT (1.316)

Equation of state of shock compressed plasma of metals

1998, IZVESTIYA AKADEMII NAUK FIZIKA ATMOSFERY I OKEANA (0.187)

Evolution of planetary atmospheric disturbances induced by the fall of large celestial bodies

1998, PHYSICAL REVIEW E (2.352)

Dense plasma diagnostics by fast proton beams

1998, JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL PHYSICS (0.931)

Shock compression and thermodynamics of highly nonideal metallic plasma

OPTOELECTRONICS, INSTRUMENTATION AND DATA PROCESSING

Coulomb systems of strongly interacting dust particles: Laboratory and microgravity conditions

20TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SPECTRAL LINE SHAPES

Study of vertical auto-oscillations of a single particle in the quasi-2D dusty plasma structures

20TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SPECTRAL LINE SHAPES

Experimental study of time evolution of a vacancy in the dusty plasma crystal and dynamics of vacancy's nearest neighbors

20TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SPECTRAL LINE SHAPES

Dusty plasma technology for the quasicrystalline composites production

David Yang

Born 03 June 1968

Ph.D. in Mathematics, founder and director of the board of ABBYY

Education
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Professional experience
David Yang is a graduate of the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Faculty of General and Applied Physics. He holds an M.S. in Applied Mathematics and Physics. In 1989, while still in university, David founded his first company, ABBYY, which today is a leading developer of document recognition, data capture and linguistic software. The company has offices in a range of countries around the world and sells its products in more than 150 countries. In 1998, David founded Cybiko, Inc. with an idea to develop peer-to-peer (P2P) RF networking technologies for mobile hand-held devices enabling communication, shared data and access to external resources.

Source: ABBYY 
Academic Interests
Machine learning 

Computational linguistics 

Alexander Abramov

Born 20 February 1959

PhD, one of the two heads of Evraz, Russia's largest steel producer
Member of the Board of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, President of the Phystech Union, Co-founder of the Foundation for Innovative Education in Natural Sciences

Education
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Professional experience
2005-2006, December 2008 - present - Chairman of the Board of Directors in EVRAZ Plc.;
1999-2005 - CEO at Evrazholding LLC;
2000 - Member of the Council of Entrepreneurs of the Government of Russian Federation, executive at EAM Group and Euroazmetall.

Member of the Bureau of the Board of Directors and a member of the Board of Directors of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs (an independent non-governmental organization), director of OJSC Bank International Financial Club, a member of the Board of Skolkovo Institute for Science and Technology
Academic Interests
1982 - Graduated from MIPT, Degree in Molecular and Chemical Physics.

Serguei Beloussov

Born 02 August 1971

Co-founder, CEO and chairman of the board of  Acronis, the senior founding partner of Runa Capital, executive chairman of the board and chief architect of Parallels, Inc., co-founder and chairman of the board of Acumatica

Education
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Professional experience

While earning his masters, Beloussov co-founded his first business, Unium (Phystech College), which provided science students with course materials. In 1992, he began working at a Russian computer company called Sunrise. Beloussov expanded the company's operations to 10 subsidiaries, becoming one of the largest PC retailers in Russia by the time he left in 1994. After leaving Sunrise, Beloussov founded and co-owned two companies, Rolsen Electronics, which has become one the largest consumer electronics manufacturers in Russia, and Solomon Software SEA, a distributor and developer arm of mid-market ERP vendor Solomon Software in South-East Asia. Solomon Software was later acquired by Microsoft and is now known as Microsoft Dynamics SL.

In 2000, Beloussov founded SWsoft, a privately held server automation and virtualization software company and the then-parent company of Parallels, Inc. and Acronis Inc.

Acronis

In 2001, Beloussov founded Acronis as a storage management business unit of SWsoft. In 2003, Acronis was re-organized as a separate entity focused on backup and data protection software. Acronis employs over 700 worldwide and its products are sold in 15 languages around the world.

Beloussov has served on the Board of Directors since 2002. From 2007 to 2011, he turned his focus on Parallels, acting as CEO of the company. During this time he also founded a pair of venture capital funds, Runa Captical and QWave Capital. He returned as CEO of Acronis in May 2013, replacing former CEO Alex Pinchev.

Parallels, Inc

Parallels, Inc. was initially a server automation and virtualization software unit of SWsoft before it was spun off into as a separate entity and maintained its own distinct branding. In December 2007, SWsoft announced its plans to change its name to Parallels and ship both companies' products under the Parallels name. The merger was formalized in January 2008. From 2007 to 2013, Beloussov led the company as CEO, while remaining on the board of directors at Acronis.

Beloussov stepped down as CEO and serves as the executive chairman of the board and chief architect of Parallels, Inc. The company has more than 900 employees across offices in North AmericaEuropeAustralia and Asia and as of 2012 it had 5,000 customers and partners worldwide. Odin Automation, a service automation platform company owned by Parallels and founded by Beloussov, was sold to Ingram Micro in December 2015.

Runa Capital

In August 2010, Beloussov co-founded Runa Capital with Dmitry Chikhachev and Ilya Zubarev. The $135 million technology venture capital firm that was created "to seek growth opportunities in the rapidly growing areas of the tech sector, with specific focus on cloud computing and other hosted services, virtualization and mobile applications." Beloussov and Zubarev are senior partners at the investment firm. Since 2010, Runa Capital has invested in over 30 companies with a combined $10 billion in assets. Runa Capital's largest investment was a $10 million Series C funding round of Acumatica on November 18, 2013.

Academic Interests

Yury Baturin

Born 12 June 1949

A Russian cosmonaut and former politician.

Education
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Professional experience
Baturin graduated from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology in 1973, and is the former head of National Security; he is also an author in constitutional law. Baturin was also a cosmonaut who flew on two missions.
Academic Interests
Space

Natan Sharansky

Born 20 January 1948

A Soviet-born Israeli politician, human rights activist and author.  He has served as Chairman of the Executive of the Jewish Agency since June 2009.

Education
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Professional experience
1996–1999 Minister of Industry and Trade (Israel)
1999–2000 Minister of Internal Affairs (Israel)
2001–2003 Deputy Prime Minister (Israel)
2001–2003 Minister of Housing & Construction (Israel)
2003–2005 Minister of Jerusalem Affairs (Israel)
Academic Interests
N/A

Alexander Lanchakov

Born 28 July 1969

Vice-rector for construction, the use of buildings and energy efficiency

Education

Graduated from the Kiev Higher School for Engineering and Radio Technology of the Counter-Air Defense Forces of the Soviet Union with a degree in radio engineering

Studied at the State Academy for Advanced Training in Construction

Professional experience

1986-2000: Military service (cadet, head of shift, company commander, senior lecturer at the Department of Communications of the Higher Military School for Internal Troops of the Interior Ministry)

2000-2010: CEO, Pharm-Terra LLC

2010-2012: Deputy general director for construction, Proektinveststroi

Since 2013: Vice-rector for construction and the use of buildings

Since April 29, 2014: Vice-rector for construction, the use of buildings and energy efficiency

Academic Interests
Contacts
Phone +7 (495)408-48-77 (assistant: Chebanova Olga Anatolyevna)

Vladimir Petushkov

Born 22 November 1960

Vice-rector for security

Education

1984: Graduated from the Smolensk Higher School for Counter-Air Defense

2000: Academy of the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation

2003: Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration

Professional experience

1984-1986: Military service

2010-2013: Deputy head of the Bureau of Complex Construction, JSC Transinzhstroi

Since November 11, 2013: Vice-rector for security, MIPT

Academic Interests
Contacts
Phone +7 (495)408-47-11 (assistant: Biryukova Tatyana Pavlovna)

Anastasia Grachikova

Media Relations

Contacts
Email grachikova@phystech.edu

Andre Geim

Graduate of the DGAP, 1982

Nobel Prize in Physics for groundbreaking experiments regarding the two-dimensional material graphene

Konstantin Novoselov

Born 23 August 1974

Graduate of the DPQE, 1997

Nobel Prize in Physics for groundbreaking experiments regarding the two-dimensional material graphene

Education
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology Radboud University of Nijmegen
Professional experience

Novoselov has published more than 200 peer-reviewed research papers on several topics including mesoscopic superconductivity (Hall magnetometry), subatomic movements of magnetic domain walls, the discovery of gecko tape and graphene.

Kostya Novoselov participated in the Graphene Flagship project – a €1 billion initiative of the European Commission – and was featured in the official promotion movie of the project.

Novoselov is one of Directors of the National Graphene Institute.

Novoselov is also a recipient of a starting grant from the European Research Council.

Kostya Novoselov made it into a shortlist of scientists with multiple hot papers for the years 2007–2008 (shared second place with 13 hot papers) and 2009 (5th place with 12 hot papers).

In 2014 Kostya Novoselov was included in the list of the most highly cited researchers. He was also named among the 17 hottest researchers world-wide—"individuals who have published the greatest number of hot papers during 2012–2013".

Academic Interests
Solid-state physics

Alexander Polyakov

Born 27 September 1945

Theoretical physicist, formerly at the Landau Institute in Moscow and, since 1990, at Princeton University. Fundamental Physics Prize for numerous discoveries in the theory of fields and string theory, including the discovery of magnetic monopoles, solitons

Education
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Professional experience

Polyakov is known for a number of basic contributions to quantum field theory, including work on what is now called the 't Hooft–Polyakov monopole in non-Abelian gauge theory, independent from Gerard 't Hooft. Polyakov and coauthors discovered the so-called BPST instanton which, in turn, led to the discovery of the vacuum angle in QCD. His path integral formulation of string theory had profound and lasting impacts on the conceptual and mathematical understanding of the theory. His paper Infinite conformal symmetry in two-dimensional quantum field theory, with Alexander Belavin, and Alexander Zamolodchikov, founded the two-dimensional Conformal Field Theory; it has classic status.[1] He also played an important role in elucidating the conceptual framework behind renormalization independent of Kenneth G. Wilson's Nobel Prize–winning work. He formulated pioneering ideas in gauge/string duality long before the breakthrough of AdS/CFT using D-branes. Other insightful conjectures that came years or even decades before active work by others include integrability of gauge and string theories and certain ideas about turbulence.

Very early in his career, in a 1965 student work, Polyakov suggested (with Alexander Migdal) a dynamical Higgs mechanism, slightly after but independently from the publications of Peter Higgs and others. The paper was delayed by the Editorial Ofiice of JETP, and was published only in 1966.

Academic Interests
Quantum field theory

String theory

Alexei Kitaev

Born 26 August 1963

A Russian-American professor of physics at the California Institute of Technology and permanent member of the Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics, The Dirac Medal for research in the quantum theory of information

Education
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Professional experience
Kitaev is best known for introducing the quantum phase estimation algorithm and the concept of the topological quantum computer while working at the Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics. For this work, he was awarded a MacArthur Fellowship in 2008. He is also known for introducing the complexity class QMA and showing that some local Hamiltonian problems are QMA-complete.
Academic Interests
Quantum physics

Nelli Habibullina

Publications

BIOCHEMISTRY-MOSCOW (1.353)

Topology of mRNA chain in isolated eukaryotic double-row polyribosomes

Contacts
Email nelyakhabibullina_at_gmail.com

Sergei Grudinin

Publications

2016, JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL THEORY AND COMPUTATION (5.498)

Principal Component Analysis of Lipid Molecule Conformational Changes in Molecular Dynamics Simulations

2011, BIOCHEMISTRY (3.194)

Role of the HAMP Domain Region of Sensory Rhodopsin Transducers in Signal Transduction

2005, BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL (3.832)

Water molecules and hydrogen-bonded networks in bacteriorhodopsin - Molecular dynamics simulations of the ground state and the M-intermediate

Sergey Avtaykin

The Head of Laboratory, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs of the Department of Aerophysics and Space Research MIPT

Alexander Andreev

Theoretical physicist, Vice-President of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Evgeny Velikhov

Born 02 February 1935

Soviet and Russian theoretical physicist, academic, professor. Vice-President of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR, the Russian Academy of Sciences. President of the Kurchatov Institute.

Education
MIPT
Professional experience
1961 - started his employment at the I. V. Kurchatov Institute of Atomic Energy;
1971-1978 - Director of the Magnetic Field Laboratory at the Academy of Sciences of the USSR (since 1991 - State Science Center Troitsk Institute for Innovation and Thermonuclear Research); Former Director of the I. V. Kurchatov Institute of Atomic Energy;
1972 - Founder and Head of MIPT’s Subdepartment of Plasma Energetics, Department of Aerophysics and Space Research;
1975 - Head of the Controlled Thermonuclear Reactor Development Program;
1975 - 1976 - founded MIPT’s Department of Fundamental Physics and Energetics (FPE);
1976 - 1986 - Dean of the FPE Department;
1986 - Ph.D. adviser at the FPE Department;
1978 - 1991 - Vice-President of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR;
1991 - 1996 - Vice-President of the Russian Academy of Sciences;
1992 - present - President of the Russian Research Center Kurchatov Institute;
1989 - Foreign member of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences;
1992 - President of the Russian Company for Shelf Development (ZAO Rosshelf);
1993 - founded the Russian-American Joint Venture BDM to promote Russian patent and license marketing.
Scientific Secretary at the Russian Academy of Sciences, Subdivision of Information and Nanotechnologies, President of the Russian Research Center Kurchatov Institute, member of the Russian Pugwash Committee under the RAS Presidium, member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences (Physics Subdivision), Russian Academy of Education, and NGO Academy for Security, Defence and Law Enforcement.
Since 2010 serves as a member of the Scientific Advisory Council at the Skolkovo Foundation.
Academic Interests
Prominent academic in the fields of plasma physics and controlled nuclear fusion.
Since 1973 - Research Lead in controlled nuclear fusion studies in the USSR. Founder of ITER, an international nuclear fusion research and engineering project (1977).
1992-2001 - D&D Council Chair at ITER.
Since 2006 - Russian Representative at the ITER International Board, 2010 - 2012 - ITER Council Chair.
Lead of Russian research as part of INPRO – International Project on Innovative Nuclear Reactors and Fuel Cycles. Proposed and tested the new type of high-powered pulsed MHD generators, which were later used in deep refraction within the Earth’s crust.
Lead of scientific research of gas and industrial lasers, as well as unique inductive energy storage units, particularly the world’s largest energy complex TIN-900, designed to generate high-voltage currents and magnetic fields in nuclear fusion reactors.

Dirk Jan van den Berg

President of the Executive Board of Delft University of Technology

Jacques Biot

The President of Ecole polytechnique

Ralph Eichler

President of ETH Zurich

Philippe Gillet

Vice Presidency for Academic Affairs of EPFL

Malcolm Grant

Chairman of NHS England

Carlo Rubbia

Scientific Director of the Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies in Potsdam

Ashok Belani

Executive Vice President Technology Schlumberger Limited

Sung-Mo Kang

President of Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

Vladislav Surkov

Born 21 September 1964

Russian politician, author of the concept of sovereign democracy. Aide to the President of Russian Federation

Education
MD Economics at Moscow International Institute.
Certified by The Russian Public Relations Association (RASO).
Professional experience
1999-2008 - Deputy Chief of the Russian Presidential Administration;
2008-2011 - First Deputy Chief of the Russian Presidential Administration;
2011-2012 - Deputy Prime Minister of Russian Federation;
2012-2013 - Deputy Prime Minister of Russian Federation — Deputy Chief of the Russian Government Staff;
2013 - present - Aide to the President of Russian Federation.
Academic Interests

Alexander Andreev

Born 10 December 1939

Russian theoretical physicist, full member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Sc.D in Physics and Mathematics

Education
1961 - graduated from MIPT;
1979 - Sc.D in Physics and Mathematics.
Professional experience
1981 - Corresponding member of USSR Academy of Sciences;
1987 - Full member of USSR Academy of Sciences;
1990 - Director of P. L. Kapitza Institute for Physical Problems, editor at Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Physics and Nature;
1991-2013 - Vice-President of the Russian Academy of Sciences;
2002-2008 - Scientific Secretary at RAS Division of Physical Sciences;
Academic Interests
Andreev developed the theory of superconducting dynamic interfaces, studied electron retroreflection in between superconducting and normal states (“Andreev reflection”). In 1969 together with I. M. Lifshitz he developed the theory of quantum crystals and foretold the quantum diffusion effect. A.F.Andreev predicted the excess quantum crystallization phenomenon, melting-freezing waves, later discovered in solid helium, surface second sound, and quantum adsorption of trace elements on liquid helium surfaces, that leads to two-dimensional Fermi liquid formation. He also proved two-liquid fluctuations in liquid dynamics.

Sergei Guz

Born 29 October 1955

A.P., Head of MIPT’s Subdepartment of Mathematical Foundation for Management, Department of Applied Mathematics and Management

Education
1978 - graduated from MIPT;
1981 - received Ph.D at MIP.
Professional experience
1998 - Board Chairman at LIT-PHONON Group;
2003 - Board Chairman at the MIPT Alumni Association;
2008 - Deputy at Bogorodskoye Municipal Council, Moscow;
2009-2010 - Head of Bogorodskoye Municipal Council, a.i.;
2012-2017 - Member of Municipal Finance Committee.
Academic Interests
Ph.D in Physics and Mathematics.

Andrey Ilnitsky

Born 14 July 1959

Adviser to the Secretary of Defense of Russian Federation

Education
2002 - graduated from the Moscow School of Political Studies.
Professional experience
1992-2003 - Member of managing board at “AST”, “AST-Press”, “Agraf”, and “Vagrius” publishing houses;
2003-2006 - Senior executive at the interregional NGO Open Russia, supervised specific targeted and regional projects;
2012-2013 - Chief at Head Office for Home Policy and Cooperation with Moscow Oblast Municipalities;
2013-2014 - Deputy Chair of Moscow Oblast Government for Social Communications;
2015 - present - Adviser to the Secretary of Defense of Russian Federation, Class 3 Active State Adviser of Russian Federation.
Academic Interests
Author of many research papers and op-ed articles on the subject of physics and mathematics, as well as humanitarian issues.

Andrei Ivashenko

Born 29 October 1967

Board Chairman and Director at ChemRar High-Tech Center. Business Development Adviser, Vice-President Sales and Marketing

Education
1990 - graduated from MIPT, Department of Radio Engineering and Cybernetics;
1993 - completed postgraduate studies at MIPT;
1994 - MBA at University of London, Singapore subdivision;
2004 - Ph.D in Engineering, MIPT;
2008 - Sc.D in Engineering.

Alexander Povalko

Born 16 May 1970

Deputy Minister for Science and Education of Russian Federation

Education
1992 - graduated from the Moscow Aviation Institute with a degree in Radio Engineering;
1996 - graduated from the Maimonid State Classical Academy with a degree in Applied Mathematics.
Professional experience
1994-2007 - Senior Evaluation Adviser, Project Director, Business Development Director at PAKK company;
2007-2008 - Director of the Strategy Planning Department at ZAO Renova StroyGroup;
2008-2012 - Deputy Head of the State Committee of Russian Federation for Youth Affairs, Deputy Head of the Federal Agency for Youth Affairs;
2009 - Organizing Committee member of all-Russian youth competition, aimed at socio-economic development of Russian territories “My country - My Russia”;
June 18, 2012 - present - Deputy Minister for Science and Education of Russian Federation.
Academic Interests

Ekaterina Tolstikova

Born 18 March 1981

Deputy Minister of Education and Science of the Russian Federation

Education
2004 - graduated with honor from the Moscow State Academy of Law (MSAL)
Professional experience
2001 - a specialist in the Arbitration Court of the Moscow Region.
2001-2003 - a leading specialist of the Agency of Federal Property of the Ministry of Property Relations of the Russian Federation in Moscow.
2003-2004 - a leading specialist of the Ministry of Property Relations of the Russian Federation.
2004 - a chief specialist of the Ministry of Industry and Energy of the Russian Federation.
2004-2005 - a Deputy Head of the Management Department of the Federal Agency of Federal Property Management in Moscow.
2005-2010 - the head of department, a Deputy Head of the Administration of the Federal Agency for Science and Innovations.
2010-2012 - an under secretary, a deputy head, the Head of the Department of Investment Development and Federal Property of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation.
Since 2012 - the Head of the Department of Subordinated Organizations Network Management of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation.
Since 2014 - the Deputy Minister of Education and Science of the Russian Federation.
Academic Interests

Vadim Yakunin

Deputy Chairman of the Committee on Developing Consumer Markets with the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Education
1986 - graduated from MIPT with a degree in Engineering Physics;
1989 - completed post-graduate studies at MIPT, Ph.D in Technical Sciences.
Professional experience
1990 - was employed at a research and production association in the computing field;
1990-2000 - Co-founder and General Director at PROTEK;
1998-2002 - Chairman of the PROTEK Board of Directors;
2002 - present - Chairman of the Board of Directors of PROTEK as an open joint-stock company.
Chairman of the Union of Professional Pharmaceutical Organizations (SPFO), member of the Expert Council under the Chairman of the Accounts Chamber of Russian Federation.
Academic Interests

Sergey Krechetov

Born 01 January 2017

Head of Drug Dosage Form Design Lab, PhD of Medical Sciences, lecturer of MIPT «Innovative pharmaceuticals and biotechnology».

Education
1975-1981 - Russian State Medical University, Moscow, Russia. Bio-Medical Faculty, Division of Biophysics. Higher special education, specialization - biophysics 1989-1990 - Russian Medical Military Academy, Saint Petersburg, Russia. Chair of Toxicology, Radiology and Medical Protection. Ph.D. Candidate in medical science (Russian “Candidate of Science” degree), specialization - toxicology. 2003-2006 - Mechanical Engineering Research Institute RAS, Moscow, Russia. Investigations of Biomechanical Systems Laboratory. Postdoctoral researcher (candidate for the Russian “Doctor of Science” degree), specialization - biomechanics.
Professional experience
Carrying out toxicological investigations in vivo and in vitro, determination of toxicometric parameters of substances. Biological specimens preparation (homogenization, preparative centrifugation), measurements of biochemical and biophysical parameters of specimens (spectral, chromatographic, radionuclide and others methods). Preparation of different types emulsions and other dispersed systems, containing biologically active substances. Various kinds of light microscopy in combination with single living cell micromanipulation.
Academic Interests
Over 30 years of experimental work in fundamental and applied medico-biological researches of biologically active substances (toxicology, pharmacology, cosmetics). Significant experience in scientific and technical report writing, scientific articles’ publication, presentations of the research findings and results at scientific and trade conferences. Experience in development of new cosmetic and pharmacological products and new brands’ concepts on the basis of investigations of biologically active substances’ mechanisms of actions and its delivery systems. More than 130 publications, including 6 patents. Devoted to researches and creative work; proven superior ability to achieve long-term goals; prefer compromised solution.
Publications

2016, Pharmaceutical Chemistry Journal

Formulation Development and Study of Prolonged Release from Amben Peroral Preparations Based on Hydrophobic Matrices

2014

The aspects of the development of the pharmacetical drugs with the modified release

Contacts
Phone +7 (495) 408-42-00
Email ksp@pharmcluster.ru

Dmitry Svintsov

Head of 2d Materials' Optoelectronics Lab

Professional experience
Senior researcher - head of laboratory. MIPT graduate (2011) Ph.D. (IPT RAS, 2012), thesis "Kinetic phenomena in structures based on graphene and its modifications" 

Main publications 

2016 D. Svintsov, Zh. Devizorova, T. Otsuji, V. Ryzhii “Plasmons in tunnel-coupled graphene layers: backward waves with quantum cascade gain”, Phys. Rev. B 94, p. 115301 (2016). G. Alymov, V. Vyurkov, V.Ryzhii, D. Svintsov “Abrupt current switching in graphene bilayer tunnel transistors enabled by van Hove singularities”, Scientific Reports 6, p. 24654 (2016). 

 2015 
V. Ryzhii, T. Otsuji, M. Ryzhii, V.Ya. Aleshkin, A.A. Dubinov, D. Svintsov, V. Mitin, M.S. Shur “Graphene vertical cascade interband terahertz and infrared photodetectors”, 2D Materials 2, 025002 (2015) D. Svintsov, T. Otsuji, V. Mitin, M.S. Shur, V. Ryzhii “Negative terahertz conductivity in disordered graphene bilayers with population inversion”, Applied Physics Letters 106 p. 113501 (2015) D. Svintsov, A. Arsenin, D.Yu. Fedyanin “Full loss compensation in hybrid plasmonic waveguides under electrical pumping” Optics Express 23, Iss. 15, p. 19358 (2015) 

2014 
D. Svintsov, V. Vyurkov, A. Orlikovsky, V. Ryzhii and T. Otsuji “All-graphene field-effect transistor based on lateral tunnelling”, Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 47, p. 094002 (2014) D. Svintsov, V. Ryzhii, A. Satou, T. Otsuji, V. Vyurkov “Carrier-carrier scattering and negative dynamic conductivity in pumped graphene”, Optics Express 22, Issue 17, pp. 19873-19886 (2014) D. Svintsov, V. Leiman, V. Ryzhii, T. Otsuji, M. Shur “Graphene nanoelectromechanical resonators for detection of modulated terahertz radiation”,Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 47, p. 505105 (2014) D. Svintsov, V. Ryzhii, T. Otsuji “Negative dynamic Drude conductivity in pumped graphene”, Applied Physics Express 7, p. 115101(2014) D. Svintsov, V. Vyurkov, S. Yurchenko, V. Ryzhii, T. Otsuji “Terahertz and infrared surface plasmon-polaritons in double-graphene layer structures”, Journal of Physics: Conference Series 486, 012023 (2014) 

2013
D. Svintsov, V. Vyurkov, V. Ryzhii, T. Otsuji “Voltage-controlled surface plasmon-polaritons in double graphene layer structures”, Journal of Applied Physics 113, p. 053701 (2013) V. Ryzhii, I. Semenikhin, M. Ryzhii, D. Svintsov, V. Vyurkov, A. Satou, and T. Otsuji “Double injection in graphene p-i-n structures”, Journal of Applied Physics113, p. 244505 (2013) D. Svintsov, V. Vyurkov, V. Lukichev, A. Orlikovsky, A. Burenkov, R. Oechsner“Tunnel Field-Effect Transistors with Graphene Channels”, Semiconductors 47, p. 279 (2013). D. Svintsov, V. Vyurkov, V. Ryzhii, T. Otsuji “Hydrodynamic electron transport and nonlinear waves in graphene”, Physical Review B 88, p. 245444 (2013)  

2012 
D. Svintsov, V. Vyurkov, S. Yurchenko, V. Ryzhii, T. Otsuji "Hydrodynamic model for electron-hole plasma in graphene", Journal of Applied Physics 111, p. 083715 (2012)  

2011 
D. Svintsov, V. Vyurkov, V. Ryzhii, T. Otsuji "Effect of "Mexican Hat" on Graphene Bilayer Field-Effect Transistor Characteristics", Japanese Journal of Applied Physics 50, Iss. 7, p. 070112 (2011)
Academic Interests
Graphene, plasmonics, semiconductor devices
Contacts
Email svintcov.da@mipt.ru

Alexey Igorevich Egorov

Head of Medical Instrumentation Engineering Lab

Professional experience
Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences
Academic Interests

Dmitry V. Davydov

Senior research scientist

Dmitry V. Drozdov

Research scientist, Candidate of Medical Sciences

Sergey L. Neverov

Research scientist

Sergey P. Kovalenko

Head of Sequencing and Mathematical Modeling of the Transcriptome Lab

Professional experience
Sergey Petrovich Kovalenko — the Head of the Laboratory, Candidate of Biological Sciences, Assistant Professor. The author of over 50 publications in the field of genetic engineering and molecular genetics of cancer, the founder of the Russian company "BioLink" focused on the development and use of genodiagnostic systems in oncology. The scientific director of Bioron Diagnostics GmbH Company (Ludwigshafen,Germany).
Academic Interests

Kamil Khafizov

Research scientist

Professional experience
Kamil Khafizov — research scientist, Ph.D., Head of Bioinformatics Group, author of over 15 publications in top international scientisic magazines, has ~10 years years of working experience in the leading research institutes in Europe and the United States, an expert in the field of molecular modeling and simulations of protein structures and analysis of biological data, the co-author of the popular bioinformatics product AlignMe for the analysis of the protein homology, the co-author of dozens protein structures (PDB).
Academic Interests

Artem Kasianov

Research scientist

Professional experience
Artem Sergeyevich Kasianov — research scientist, Candidate of Physical and Mathemetical Sciences, the author of 4 publications in top international scientisic magazines, the specialist in the development of new methods for the analysis of data obtained with the help of modern sequencing technologies.
Academic Interests

Vadim M. Govorun

Head of Systems Biology Lab

Professional experience
Vadim Markovich Govorun — the Head of the Laboratory, Doctor of Biological Sciences, Professor and the Correspondent Member of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences.
Academic Interests

Elena S. Kostryukova

Senior research scientist

Professional experience
Elena Sergeyevna Kostryukova — the Deputy Head of the Laboratory, senior research scientist, Candidate of Biological Sciences
Academic Interests

Dmitry G. Alekseev

Senior research scientist

Professional experience
Dmitry Glebovich Alekseev — the Deputy Head of the Systems Biology Lab, senior research scientist, Candidate of Biological Sciences
Academic Interests

Igor A. Fesenko

Senior research scientist

Professional experience
Igor Aleksandrovich Fesenko — senior research scientist, Candidate of Biological Sciences
Academic Interests

Valery Ryazanov

Publications

2013, JETP LETTERS (1.364)

Critical current in planar SNS Josephson junctions

Vladimir Zverev

Publications

2015, EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF INORGANIC CHEMISTRY (2.965)

Effect of Halopyridine Guest Molecules on the Structure and Superconducting Properties of β″-[Bis(ethylenedithio)tetrathiafulvalene]4(H3O)[Fe(C2O4)3]·Guest Crystals

2014, JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL PHYSICS (0.931)

Vortex structure and anisotropy of electric resistance in Bi2Sr1.65La0.35CuO6+delta single crystals

2014, LOW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS (0.881)

Magnetic quantum oscillations in the charge-density-wave state of the organic metals alpha-(BEDT-TTF())2MHg(SCN)(4) with M=K and Tl

2013, CRYSTENGCOMM (3.858)

The first molecular superconductor based on BEDT-TTF radical cation salt with paramagnetic tris(oxalato)ruthenate anion

2011, JETP LETTERS (1.364)

Normal State Resistivity of Ba1-xKxFe2As2: Evidence for Multiband Strong-Coupling Behavior

FIZIKA NIZKIKH TEMPERATUR

Magnetic quantum oscillations in the charge-density-wave state of the organic metals α-(BEDT-TTF)2MHg(SCN)4 with M = K and Tl

Asya Shepunova

International PR

Professional experience
International PR
Academic Interests
Contacts
Email shepunova@phystech.edu

Liliya Zelenskaya

Web projects

Contacts
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