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Nowadays, the Faculty of Physics includes 19 Research and Educational Departments:

Atmospheric Physics

Computational Physics

General Physics I (Quantum Electronics)

General Physics II (Chemical Physics)

Molecular Biophysics

Molecular Spectroscopy

Nuclear Physics



Physics of High Energies and Elementary Particles.

Polymer Physics

Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Physics

Quantum Magnetism

Quantum Mechanics


Solid State Electronics

Solid State Physics

Statistical Physics

Terrestrial Physics

The research unit of the Faculty is comprised of two Research Institutes, which are the V.A. Fock Research Institute of Physics and the Research Institute of Radiophysics. Research divisions of all the Departments except of the Departmnet of Radiophysics belong to the Fock Institute of Physics. To further develop research activities in radiophysics, and, in partilular, to extend Academician Fock’s activities in the theory of diffraction and wave propagation around the Earth, in the year of 1995 the Institue of Radiophysics was established as the research unit of the Department of Radiophysics.

The main fields of the Facultys research activities include:

(a) Theoretical study of physical properties of elementary particles, atoms, molecules, liquids, and solids. Development of new methods and theories in physics of atomic, molecular and condensed systems. Physics in spaces with extra dimensions and non-commutative coordinates.

(b) Complex study of electronic and molecular phenomena in solids and on inter-phase boundaries;

(c) Linear and nonlinear physical optics, holography and physics of lasers. Quantum optics and its applications in quantim informatics. Low-dimentional semiconductor lasers. Study of physical properties of substance and interaction processes in gases, liquids and plasma (including active media of optical quantum generators and planet's atmosphere);

(d) Study of atomic nucleus structure and the mechanism of nuclear interactions;

(e) Experimental and theoretical studies of optical, electronic,and magnetic properties of nanostructures and non-linear processes in nano-objects.The development of neutron, X-ray, optical spectroscopy methods for the investigation of nanocomposites.

(f) Study of molecular structure and physical properties of polymers and disperse systems. Investigation of liquid crystals, phase transitions and intermolecular interactions in condensed media;

(g) Study, modelling and monitoring of physical fields and processes in geospheres (atmosphere, ionosphere, magnetosphere, hydrosphere, earth-crust, mantle, core)

(h) Theoretical and experimental investigations into electromagnetic radiation and wave propagation in different media, non-linear waves and processes. Fundamental problems of radiophysics in satellite navigation. Radiophysical methods for exploring near-the-Earth space.

They are described in the following sections for each of the Faculty’s Department in more detail.

Research in the natural sciences is, by tradition, very international. This is also the case with our Faculty of Physics. To conduct their accelerator experiments, our physicists travel to CERN (Switzerland) and to DESY (Germany). The Institute has long-time and productive collaboration with the Universities and Research Institutes in Germany and USA, Sweden and Finland, Spain and The Netherlands, Switzerland and Italy, Great Britain and France, Poland and Czech Republic, Canada and Japan, Republic of Korea and China, and so on, and so on. And – naturally – visiting researchers and graduate students come to Old Peterhof from all corners of the earth, attracted by the experts and the facilities that have achieved international prominence.

In centrum: Nobel Prize Winner Professor Ilya Prigogine (Belgium), the Doctor of Honour of St. Petersburg State University, among the physicists during his visit to St. Petersburg

Academician Vladimir Aleksandrovich Fock

( 1898 - 1974 )

V.A. Fock and Louis de Broglie

in Paris, 1967

Vladimir Aleksandrovich Fock, one the greatest theoretical physicist of the XX-th century, was born in St. Petersburg. During all his life V.A.Fock was strongly connected with St. Petersburg where he was teaching at the University nearly 50 years. In 1916 V.A.Fock finished the real school and entered the faculty of physics and mathematics of the Petrograd University, but soon joined up the army as volunteer. In 1918 after demobilization he resumed his studies at the University.

In 1922 he graduated from the University and was kept at the University to prepare for professorship. Before graduation from the University, V.A.Fock had already been the author of two scientific publications - one on the old quantum mechanics and the other on mathematical physics.

Since then his scientific and teaching activity was mostly connected with the University (holding a post of graduated student, assistant, associate professor, professor, head of the chair and head of the theoretical physics department of the Physical Institute).

Taking into account the outstanding scientific achievements of V.A.Fock the Academy of Sciences of the USSR elected him as a correspondent member in 1932 and as an academician in 1939. He was awarded the highest scientific domestic prizes.

The works of V.A.Fock, devoted to a wide area of problems of theoretical physics: among which are quantum mechanics, quantum field theory, general relativity and mathematical physics (especially the diffraction theory) etc., had deeply influenced the modern development of theoretical and mathematical physics and received the world-wide recognition. Sometimes his views differed from the conventional ones. Thus, he argued with deep physical reasoning about using the term «theory of gravitation» instead of «general relativity». Many results and methods he developed reflected in such notions as Fock space, the Fock method in the second quantization theories, the Fock proper time method, the Hartree-Fock method, the Fock symmetry of the hydrogen atom and others. In his works on theoretical physics not only did he skillfully apply the advanced analytical and algebraic methods, but also created systematically new mathematical tools when the existing approaches were insufficient. His studies emphasized the principal significance of modern mathematical methods for theoretical physics, a fact that has become important nowdays.

With time the significance of works of classics of science becomes more and more obvious, and V.A. Fock is undoubtedly such a classic. His name will stay forever in the history of science.

Faculty of Physics in Numbers

Staff (January, 2011)

Students (September 2011)




Post-graduate students (January 2011)


a) D.Sc:


D. Sc. students (January 2011)


b) Ph.D


Dr.Sc. Theses (in 2010)


(c) Researchers


Ph.D. Theses (in 2010)


(d) Technicians


Publications (in 2010)





Patents (in 2010)


Organization of conferences (2010)


Structure of the Faculty's Research Financing Funds in 2010


Professor Yurii M. Timofeyev, Head of the Department

M.Sc. 1963, Ph.D. 1968, D.Sc. 1985

Research staff: Prof., Dr. Gustav M. Shved, Prof.,Dr. Lev S. Ivlev, Prof., Dr.  Nikolay M. Gavrilov, Prof., Dr  Eugene F. Mikhailov, Dr. Genrik A. Nikolsky, Dr. Anatoly V. Poberovski, Dr. Alexandr V. Polyakov, Dr. Vladimir S. Kostsov, Dr. Rada O. Manuilova, Dr. Dmitry V. Ionov, Dr. Vladimir P. Ogibalov, Dr. Valentin A. Yankovsky, Dr. Sergey S. Vlasenko, Dr. Tatiana I. Ryshkevich, Dr. Aleksei O. Semenov, Dr. Yana A. Virolainen, Dr. Alexandr V. Vasiliev, Dr. Vladimir Kudriashov, Dr. Maria Makarova, Dr. Anton V. Rakitin, S.G. Semakin.


Postgraduate (bachelor of science)

  • Theoretical atmospheric optics

  • Remote sensing of the planet atmospheres

  • Atmospheric dynamics

  • Atmospheric photochemistry

  • Physics of clouds and atmospheric aerosols


  • Monitoring and modeling of the planet atmospheres

  • Physics of the atmosphere and the ocean

The main courses

  • Theory of radiative transfer in the atmosphere.

  • Circulation and energetics of the atmosphere

  • Experimental methods of atmospheric dynamics

  • Molecular spectroscopy of atmospheric gases

  • Mathematical basis of remote sensing of the atmosphere

  • Fundamentals of solar-terrestrial physics

  • Introduction to the theory of climate

  • Experimental optics of the atmosphere

  • Physics of remote sensing methods

  • Applications of Fourier Spectroscopy in Atmospheric Research

Elective courses

  • Wave processes in the atmosphere

  • Atmospheric photochemistry

  • Experimental investigations of atmospheric aerosols physics

  • Kinetics of atmospheric chemical reactions

  • Numerical methods of atmospheric dynamics

  • Thermodynamics of atmospheric aerosols

  • Numerical methods in the theory of non-equilibrium radiation transfer

  • Computer simulation in optics of non-spherical aerosols

  • Molecular collisions and spectra of atmospheric gases

  • Experimental methods of ecological monitoring

  • Basic physics of ecology

  • Ground-based Remote Sensing of Trace Gases

Research topics

  • Problems of radiative transfer in the atmosphere.

  • Investigations of atmospheric absorption characteristics.

  • General circulation and wave processes in the middle and upper atmosphere.

  • Direct and inverse problems of atmospheric optics.

  • Field and laboratory investigations of spatial-temporal structure of concentration, dispersivity, chemical and component content, and morphology of atmospheric aerosols.

  • Development of remote sensing methods for studying the planet atmospheres.

  • Software for remote sensing of the atmospheric and surface parameters

  • Interpretation and validation of satellite measurements.

  • Remote (satellite, ground-based) measurements of the column amount of different trace gases.

  • Radiative transfer in the rotational-vibrational bands of molecules under local thermodynamic equilibrium breakdown in planetary atmospheres.

  • Kinetics of molecules in excited vibrational and electronic states.

  • Simulation of optical characteristics and estimation of the size distribution function of atmospheric aerosols of natural and anthropogenic origin.

  • Laboratory and field studies of the processes of producing and evolving the aerosols (condensation, coagulation, diffusion, sedimentation, heterogeneous chemical reactions, charging, elutriation, etc.) including the fractal-similar particles.

  • Monitoring of ecological state of the environment.

  • Experimental investigation of radiative сonnection of the system "Sun - Earth’s atmosphere”.

  • 3-D numerical modeling of regional fields of trace gases

Special equipment

  • The complex of experimental equipment for studying the physical characteristics of condensation aerosols with solid disperse phase.

  • Sun IR spectrometer for ground-based measurements of solar spectra in the 35 m range with spectral resolution of ~ 0.3 cm-1.

  • Aureole photometer for measuring the aerosol scattering in the atmosphere (the spectral range is 0,40,9 m).

  • spectrometer DH-10 UV, two pointing broadband photometers, two-channel spectral photometer, infra-red optical hygrometer, reference Angstrem pyrgeliometer № 575, оzоnometer, microbarograph

  • DOAS system for O3 and NO2 twilight sounding.

  • MW ozonometer


    1. Ivlev, L.S., Yu.A. Dovgalyuk. Physics of atmospheric aerosol systems. SPb, SPbSU Publ., (1999) 258pp.

    2. Yu.M.Timofeev., A.V.Polyakov // Mathematical aspects of atmospheric remote sensing. SPbSU Publ., SPb, (2001) 188 pp (in Russian)

    3. Yu. M. Timofeev, A.V. Vasil'ev. "Theoretical basis of atmospheric optic. SPb., Science (2003) 474pp.

    4. Vasilyev A.V., Melnikova I.N. Short-wave solar radiation in the Earth atmosphere. Calculation. Observation. Interpretation. - SPb, SPbSU Publ. (2002) 388pp.

    5. Yu.M. Timofeyev, A.V. Vasil'ev. Theoretical Fundamentals of Atmospheric optics. CIPS Cambridge International Science Publishing, 2008, pp. 480

    6. Yu.M. Timofeyev, Global system for monitoring parameters of atmospheric and surface parameters. SPbU, 2010, 129 pp.

Selected papers

  1. Poschl U., S. T. Martin, B. Sinha, Q. Chen, S. S. Gunthe, J. A. Huffman, S. Borrmann, D. K. Farmer, R. M. Garland, G. Helas,1 . L. Jimenez, S. M. King, A. Manzi, E. Mikhailov, T. Pauliquevis, M. D. Petters, A. J. Prenni, P. Roldin, D. Rose, J. Schneider, H. Su, S. R. Zorn, P. Artaxo, M. O. Andreae.: Rainforest Aerosols as Biogenic Nuclei of Clouds and Precipitation in the Amazon. Science, 329,1513-1515, DOI: 10.1126/science.1191056329, supporting .material pp.1-20,, 2010.

  2. Poberovskii A.V.. High-resolution ground measurements of the IR spectra of solar radiation. Atmospheric and Oceanic Optics, 23, 2, 161–163, 2010:.

  3. de Laat A.T.J., A.M.S. Gloudemans, H. Schrijver, I. Aben, Y. Nagahama, K. Suzuki, E. Mahieu, N.B. Jones, C. Paton-Walsh, N.M. Deutscher, D.W.T. Griffith, M. De Maziere, R. Mittelmeier, H. Fast, J. Notholt, M. Palm, T. Hawat, T. Blumenstock, C. Rinsland, A.V. Dzhola, E.I. Grechko, A.M. Poberovskii, M.V. Makarova, J. Mellqvist, A. Strandberg, R. Sussmann, T. Borsdorff, and M. Rettinger,2010: Validation of five years (2003–2007) of SCIAMACHY CO total column measurements using ground-based spectrometer observations.Atmos. Meas. Tech. Discuss., 3, 2891–2930, doi:10.5194/amtd-3-2891-2010.

  4. Virolainen Ya.A., Yu.M. Timofeev, A.V. Polyakov, A.B. Uspenskii,: Optimal parameterization of the spectra of outgoing thermal radiation with the data of the IKFS-2 spaceborne IR sensing device taken as an example.  Atmospheric and Oceanic Optics, 23, 3, 215–221,2010.

  5. Semakin S.G., Timofeev Yu.M., Polyakov A.V., Virolainen Ya.A. On determination of stratospheric aerosol microstructure from limb scatter measurememnts. Atmospheric and Oceanic Optics, 23, 4, 334–338, 2010.

  6. Ionov D.V.,  Tropospheric NO2 trend over St. Petersburg (Russia) as measured from space. Russian Journal of Earth Sciences, 11, ES4004, 2010. doi:10.2205/2010ES000437.

  7. Poberovskii A.V., Polyakov A.V., Yu.M. Timofeev.  Measurements of the Hydrogen Fluoride Total Column Amount in the Atmosphere over the Vicinity of St. Petersburg. Izvestiya, Atmospheric and Oceanic Physics, 46, 2, 261–263, 2010.

  8. Poberovskii A.V. , M.V. Makarova, A.V. Rakitin, D.V. Ionov, and Yu.M. Timofeev. Variability of the Total Column Amounts of Climate Influencing Gases Obtained from Ground-Based High Resolution Spectroscope. Doklady Earth Sciences, 432, 02, 656–658, 2010.

  9. Ionov D.V., Timofeev Yu.M. Regional Space Monitoring of Nitrogen Dioxidein the Troposphere. Izvestiya, Atmospheric and Oceanic Physics, 45, 4, 434-443, DOI: 10.1134/S0001433809040045, 2009.

  10. Feofilov, A. G., Kutepov, A. A., Pesnell, W. D., Goldberg, R. A., Marshall, B. T., Gordley, L. L., Garcнa-Comas, M., Lуpez-Puertas, M., Manuilova, R. O., Yankovsky, V. A., Petelina, S. V. and Russel J.M. Daytime SABER/TIMED observations of water vapor in the mesosphere: retrieval approach and first results. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 9, 8139–8158, 2009.

  11. Shved G.M., Karpova N.V., Ammosov P.P., Gavrilyeva G.A., Perminov V.I., Semenov A.I. Detection of short-period global waves from nightglow observations. Geomagnetism and Aeronomy, V. 49, No 3, P. 400-402. 2009.

  12. Ionov, D.V., Y. M. Timofeyev, V. P. Sinyakov, V. K. Semenov, F. Goutail, J.-P. Pommereau, E. J. Bucsela, E.A.Celarier, and M. Kroon, Ground-based validation of EOS-Aura OMI NO2 vertical column data in the midlatitude mountain ranges of Tien Shan (Kyrgyzstan) and Alps (France). J. Geophys. Res., 113, D15S08, doi:10.1029/2007JD008659, 2008.

  13. Rose D., Gunthe S.S., Mikhailov E.F., Frank G.P., Dusek U., Andrea M.O., and Poeschl U. Calibration and measurement uncertainties of a continuous-flow cloud condensation nuclei counter (DMTCCNC): CCN activation of ammonium sulfate and sodium chloride aerosol particles in theory and experiment. Atmos. Chem. Phys. 8, 3, 1153-1179, 2008

  14. Celarier E.A., Brinksma E., Gleason J.F., Veefkind J.P., Cede A., Herman J.R., Ionov D., Goutail F., Pommereau J., Lambert J., Van Roozendael M., Pinardi G., Wittrock F., Schonhardt A., Richter A., Ibrahim O.W., Wagner T., Bojkov B.R., Mount G.H., Spinei E., Chen C., Pongetti T., Sander S.P., Bucsela E., Wenig M., Swart D., Volten H., Kroon M., and Levelt P. Validation of Ozone Monitoring Instrument Nitrogen Dioxide Columns. J. Geophys. Res. doi:10.1029/2007JD008908 , 2008.

  15. Semenov A.O., Shved G.M. Upper thermal boundary layer of planetary atmosphere: An attempt of developing a general model. Icarus, 194, 1, 290-302. 2008.

  16. Semenov A.O., Shved G.M. Parameterization of the coefficient of molecular thermal conductivity of the thermosphere. Geomagnetism and Aeronomy, 48, 6, 823-828, 2008.

  17. Polyakov A.V., Timofeev Yu.M., Virilainen Ya.A. Polar Stratospheric Clouds from Satellite Observational Data. . Izvestiya, Atmospheric and Oceanic Physics, 44, 4, 448–458, 2008.

  18. K. Hocke, N. Kampfer, D. Ruffieux, L. Froidevaux, A. Parrish, I. Boyd, T. von Clarmann, T. Steck, Y. M. Timofeev, A. V. Polyakov, and E. Kyrцlд. Comparison and synergy of stratospheric ozone measurements by satellite limb sounders and the ground-based microwave radiometer SOMORA // Atmos. Chem. Phys., 7, 4117-4131, 2007.

  19. Wetzel G., Bracher A., Funke B., Goutail F., Hendrick F., Lambert J.-C., Mikuteit S., Piccolo, M. Pirre, A. Bazureau, C. Belotti, T. Blumenstock, M. De Mazi`ere, H. Fischer, N. Huret C., Ionov D., Lґopez-Puertas M., Maucher G., Oelhaf H., Pommereau J.-P., Ruhnke R., Sinnhuber M., Stiller G., Van Roozendael M., and Zhang G. Validation of MIPAS-ENVISAT NO2 operational data // Atmos. Chem. Phys., 7, 3261-3284, 2007.

  20. Timofeyev Yu.M., Polyakov A.V., Kyrola E.Comparison and synergy of stratospheric ozone measurements by satellite limb sounders and the ground-based microwave radiometer SOMORA. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 7, 4117-4131, 2007.

  21. Mikhailov E.F., Vlasenko S.S.,. Podgorny I.A. , Ramanathan V. and Corrigan C.E. Optical properties of sootwater drop agglomerates: An experimental study. J.Geoph.Res. V. 111, D07209, doi:10.1029/2005JD006389, 2006.

  22. Yankovsky V.A., Manuilova R.O. Model of daytime emissions of electronically-vibrationally excited products of O3 and O2 photolysis: Application to ozone retrieval. Ann. Geophys., 24, 11, 2823-2839, 2006.

  23. Gavrilov N.M., Fukao S., Hashiguchi H., Kita K., Sato K., TomikawaY., Fujiwara M.Combined MV radar and ozonesonde measurements of turbulence and ozone fluxes in the tropo-stratosphere over Shigaraki, Japan. Geophys. Res. Lett., 33, 9. L09803,10.1029/2005GL024002. 2006.

  24. Jacobi Ch., N.M. Gavrilov, D. Kurschner. Gravity wave climatology and trends in the mesosphere/lower thermosphere region deduced from low-frequency drift measurements 1984-2003. J.Atmos. Solar-Terr. Phys., 68, 17, 1913-1923, 2006.

  25. Ogibalov V.P., Khvorostovskii S.N., Shved G.M. Incsease in the carbon dioxide infrared emissions during solar photon events. Geomagnetism and Aeronomy, V. 46, No 2, P. 159-167. 2006.

  26. Ionov D.V., Sinyakov V.P., Semenov V.K. Validation of GOME (ERS-2) NO2 vertical column data with ground-based measurements at Issyk-Kul (Kyrgyzstan). Adv. Space Res., 37, 2254-2260, 2006.

Selected Projects

  1. Temperature dependence of the concentration of active nucleation centers on the surface of model particles and atmospheric aerosols. Dr. T.I. Ryshkevich, Grant of the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (RFBR)  10-03-00950-а, 2010-2012.

  2. Numerical three-dimension modeling propagation of mesoscale nonlinear breaking waves in the middle and upper atmosphere using super-computer technologies. Prof., Dr. N.M. Gavrilov, Grant RFBR 10-05-00719-а, 2010-2012.

  3. The development and realization of a new synergetic method for monitoring of trace atmospheric gases. Prof., Dr. Yu.M. Timofeyev, Grant Min. Educ. and Science, contract № 16.740.11.0048. 2010-2012.

  4. Monitoring and modeling of anthropogenic impact on atmospheric gaseous composition over North-west Russia. Dr. M.V. Makarova, Grant Min. Educ. and Science, 2010-2012

  5. Satellite monitoring of atmospheric and surface parameters by Fourier spectrometer IRFS-2 (satelliteMeteor). Prof., Dr. Yu.M. Timofeyev, Grant RFBR 09-05-00797-а, 2009-2011.

  6. Amorphous and crystalline aerosol particles: effect on phase transitions and hygroscopic growth. Prof., Dr. E.F. Mikhailovi, Grant RFBR  09-05-00883-а, 2009-2011.

  7. Ozone and atomic oxygen retrieval from the measured intensities of molecular oxygen emissions in the Middle Atmosphere Dr. V.A.Yankovsky, Grant RFBR  09-05-00694, 2009-2011.

  8. Transfer of radiation in the near-infrared ro-vibrational bands of CO2 in the case of local thermodynamic equilibrium breakdown taking account for aerosol scattering in the Martian atmosphere: a development of new method for remote sounding of the Martian aerosols. Dr. V.P. Ogibalov, Grant RFBR  08-05-00862, 2008-2010.

  9. Investigation of troposphere and stratosphere dynamics on the base of geostationary satellite measurements. Prof., Dr. A.V. Polyakov , Grant No. 08-05-00885 – а, 2008-2010.

  10. Experimental investigation of greenhouse and ozone depleting trace gases by Fourier spectrometer. Dr A.V.Poberovski, Grant RFBR 08-05-00857–а, 2008-2010.

  11. Vertical structure of ozone from IR and MW ground-based measurements. Dr. Virolainen Ya.A. Grant RFBR 08-05-00952-а, 2008-2010.

  12. Experimental and modeling of CO transformation content in the atmosphere. Dr. Makarova M.V., Grant RFBR  05-00708-а, 2007-2009.

  13. Study of short-period global atmospheric waves by synchronous measurements of nightglow, ground pressure, and seismic oscillationsStudy of short-period global atmospheric waves by synchronous measurements of nightglow, ground pressure, and seismic oscillations. Prof.,Dr. G.M. Shved, Grant RFBR 07-05-00475, 2007-2009.

  14. Numerical three-dimension modeling of the impact of mesoscale waves on the general circulation and admixture transport in the middle atmosphere. Prof., Dr. N.M. Gavrilov, Grant RFBR 07-05-00913-а, 2007-2009.

  15. Long term trend of ozone content from satellite measurements. Grant No. Prof., Dr.  Timofeyev Yu.M., Grant RFBR 06-05-64909-а, 2006-2008.

  16. Investigation of temperature and trace gas from satellite for nonstationary and inhomogeneous stratomesosphere. Dr. V.S. Kostsov, Grant RFBR 06-05-64987-а, 2006-2008.

  17. Microphysical properties of stratospheric aerosol and PSC from satellite measurements. Prof., Dr. A.V. Polyakov, Grant RFBR 05-05-65305-а, 2005-2007.

  18. Non-stationary model of kinetics of the electron- vibrationally excited products of photodissociation of ozone and oxygen in the Middle Atmosphere Dr. V.A.Yankovsky, Grant RFBR 05-05-65318, 2005-2007.

omputational Physics

Professor Sergey L. Yakovlev,

Head of the Department (Chair of the Department)

M. Sc. 1980, Ph. D. 1983, D. Sc. 1998

Full Professors: Ivan V. Andronov, Viktor B. Kurasov Serguei Yu. Slavyanov, , Yurii F. Ryabov, Andrey V. Tsiganov;

Associate Professors: Vasilii A. Buslov, Vadim V. Monakhov, Sergei A. Nemnyugin, Anatolii P. Scherbakov, Margarita M. Stepanova, Aleksey B. Utkin, Evgenii A. Yarevsky;

Master Program in Physics

Title: Computational physics and computer-based systems of scientific researches 010700/22-14

Master Program in Applied Physics and Mathematics

Title: Computational Physics 010600/52-05

Major courses

Object-oriented programming

Internet programming languages

Methods of Computational Physics

Computational methods in Physics

Specialization practicum

Databases in systems of scientific researches

Data bases

Introduction in wavelet analysis

Discrete mathematics, graphs theory. Algorithms

Differential and difference equations

Quantum scattering theory for few body systems

Quantum integrable systems

Pade approximations

Network technologies

Symbolic calculations

System analysis and data processing

Scattering theory

Discrete mathematics, graphs theory, algorithms, encoding, automats

Mathematical methods of modeling of charged particles beams

Java programming language

Mathematical methods of optics of the charged particles

Parallel programming

Structures of the data and methods of work with them

Chaos and stochastics

Research Topics

  • Mathematical and computational methods for solving few body problems in atomic, molecular and nuclear physics

  • Differential and finite-difference equation

  • Finite dimensional integrable systems in classical and quantum mechanics

  • High performance and distributed calculations and systems. GRID

  • Object oriented programming and applications

Selected recent publications

    1. C.-Y. Hu, S.L. Yakovlev, Z.Papp, Positron annihilation above the Positronium formation threshold in e^+ - H scattering. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B 247 (2006) 25-30

    1. S.L. Yakovlev, C-Y Hu and D. Caballero, Multichannel formalism for positron-hydrogen scattering and annihilation, J. Phys. B: At. Mol. Opt. Phys. 40 (2007) 1675-1693.

    1. S.L. Yakovlev, C.Y. Hu, Multichannel scattering and annihilation in positron hydrogen system. Few Body Systems, 44 (2008) 237-329.

    1. M.V. Volkov, N. Elander, E. Yarevsky, S.L. Yakovlev, Solving the Coulomb scattering problem using the complex scaling method. Euro Phys Letters 85 (2009) 30001

    1. N. Elander, M.V. Volkov, A. Larson, M. Stenrup, J.Z. Mezei, E.Yarevsky, S.Yakovlev

Quantum Scattering with Driven Schrödinger Approach and Complex Scaling.

Few Body Systems 45 (2009) 197-201

    1. S.L. Yakovlev, M.V. Volkov, E. Yarevsky and N. Elander

The Impact of Sharp Screening on the Coulomb Scattering Problem in Three Dimensions

J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 43 (2010) 245302.

    1. M. V. Volkov, S. L. Yakovlev, E. A. Yarevsky, and N. Elander 

Potential splitting approach to multichannel Coulomb scattering: The driven Schrödinger equation formulation, Phys. Rev. A 83, 032722 (2011)

    1. Yu. A. Grigoryev, V. A. Khudobakhshov and A. V. Tsiganov

On Euler superintegrable systems J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 42 075202 (2010)

    1. A. V. Vershilov and A. V. Tsiganov

On bi-Hamiltonian geometry of some integrable systems on the sphere with cubic integral of motion

J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 42 105203 (2010)

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