Born October 14, 1976, Kyiv.
Candidate of Physics and Mathematics, Associate Professor of Molecular Physics Faculty of Physics. In 1998 he graduated from the Physics Department of the Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko, graduated with honors and enrolled in graduate school.
Works in Kiev National Taras Shevchenko from 2000 to 2005 as a research assistant, since 2005 as assistant chair of molecular physics. In 2003-2006. Teaches physics at the Ukrainian Physics and Mathematics Lyceum of the Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko. In 2003 he defended his thesis “The formation of boundary layer in composite fibers with aging” specialty 01.04.14 – thermal physics and molecular physics. The main directions of scientific activity is medical physics, physics of biopolymers and automation of experimental studies. He developed techniques for nondestructive studies of aging of polymeric composite fibers, a theory of aging composite fibers automated installation Research acoustic properties of the fibers in the ultrasonic range “acoustic interferometer.” One of the main objects of experimental research is biopolymer keratin fibers.
Reads “Mechanical and thermal properties of solids,” “Physical basis imaging”, “Physics of the cardiovascular system,” “Fundamentals of Physical Acoustics”. While studying at the University of Kiev received a Soros scholarship and award Kyiv Taras Shevchenko for the best scientific work. Member of Ukrainian Physical Society.
The author of 20 scientific papers. Major works: Propagation of axisymmetric normal waves in infinite optical fiber with thin boundary layer // Journal of Sound and Vibration, 2000. V. 231 (5), (in co-authorship); Zvukovye osesymmetrychnыe Normal volnы in infinite tsylyndrycheskom trehsloynom waveguide with a thin promezhutochnыm sloem “// Akustycheskyy magazine number 2000. T. 46. 2 (et al.); The influence of boundary layer on sound propagation in optical fibers // Composite Interfaces, 2000 , Vol. 7 (4) (in co-authorship); the formation and destruction of the boundary layer in polymer composite fiber shells during their ageing // Material Science Forum 2005, Vol. 482 (in co-authorship)
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