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    Vitaly Nicolaevich Mel'nikov

           

    He finished graduate studies at the Faculty of Physics of the Lomonosov Moscow State University (MSU) in 1964. In 1967 he closed the registration and conferment procedure for a doctoral degree at MSU in specialization of Theoretical Physics under supervision of Academician N. N. Bogoliubov.

    He obtained PhD degree in 1968 (MSU)


    In 1983 he defensed at MGU the degree of Doctor of Sciences.


    Since 1990 he has became Professor.


    The head of the Center of Gravitation and Fundamental Metrology (VNIIMS), the chairman of the Scientific Council of IGC PFUR, Professor of PFUR, the President of Russian Gravitational Society, the Editor of international journal „Gravitation & Cosmology” published by Springer.


    The author of 4 monographies and more than 290 scientific papers published in referred journals.


    The Academician of Metrological Academy , the member of Scientific Council in Astronomy of Russian Academy of Sciences


    He was invited Professor in many scientific organizations: Observatoire Paris-Mendon (1999); LUTh, Observatorie de Paris 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007; Universite Paris-7 (2005, 2006); itp. Universite de Province, Marseille, France (1996, 1999); Aegean University, Greece (1998, 1999); NWU, Nara, Japan (1999-2000); CINVESTAV, Mexico (2000-2001).

    The head of the scientific grants Minobrnauki, RFFI, DFG (Germany), CNPq (Brazil)

    The chairman of Organizing Committees of 12 Russian gravitational conferences, starting 1989


    The director of courses of International school in gravitation and cosmology in Erice (Sicilly) in 1987, 2003, 2004


    The chairman of jointed scientific seminar  PFUR-VNIIMS and cochairman of the scientific seminar of Russian Gravitational Society


    The Research Interests of Professor V. N. Melnikov include:


    - gravitation and cosmology in diverse dimensionalities , exact solutions


    - quantum cosmology


    - fundamental metrology, fundamental physical constants and their stability


    - dark energy and dark matter


    - theory of gravitational expoeriments, particularly cosmic experiments

     

     

     Yuri Sergeevich Vladimirov

           

    He finished Faculty of Physics of MSU

    He is Doctor of Sciences and Professor

    He is the leading scientist  of the Department of Theoretical Physics of the Lomonosov Moscow State University

    The Research Interests of Professor Yu. S. Vladimirov include

    Fundamental theoretical physics – theory of spacetime, unification of theories of physical interactions, binary geometrophysics

    The Vladimirov Research Programme:

    Building of unified (relational) theory of spacetime and fundamental physical interactions based on the relations between events (elements). Mathematical bases of the research programme are theory of binary systems of complex relations generalized the theory of physical structures of Yu. I. Kulakova, and theory of reference systems within General Relativity. The physical basis of the programme create the three ideas:

    On macroscopic (statistical) nature of classical spacetime

    On direct interaction of particles (the Fokker-Feynman conception)

    Principles of many-dimensional geometrical models of Kaluza-Klein-like physical interactions

     

     

    Vladimir Vsevolodovich Kassandrov

           

    In 1971 he finished with honours Faculty of Physics of MSU with specialization in Theoretical Physics (Quantum Field Theory)

    In 1977 he defensed at PFUR PhD dissertation „Discrete characteristics of particles in nonlinear classical field theory”, under supervision of Professor Yakov Petrovich Terletsky

    He is Associate Professor at IGC PFUR

    He is the author of more than 130 scientific papers, monographies, and student's manuals

    He is the head of the laboratory „Algebraical structure of spacetime and algebrodynamics of fields and particles” of the Institute of Time Phenomenon Research of the Faculty of Global Processes MSU

    The Research Interests of K. V. Vsevolodovich include:

    - Quanternions and quaternionic analysis

    - Algebraic structure of spacetime and algebrodynamics

    - The problem of physical time: flow of time

    - Complex-quaternionic geometry and phase expansion of the Minkowski spacetime

     

     

      

    Mikhail Leonidovich Fil'chenkov

           

    He finished Moscow Informational-Physical Institute (MIPI) in 1967

    Since 1997 he has held PhD degree

    At IGC PFUR he is Associate Professor, the Scientific Secretary of the Scientific Council of IGC PFUR, and Deputy Director for Educational Affairs

    The Research Interests of M. L. Fil'chenkov include: quantum gravitation, relativistic astrophysics, and cosmology

     

     

     


    Kirill Alexandrovich Bronnikov

           

    He finished in 1968 the Faculty of Physics of MSU with specialization in Theoretical Physics, under supervision of Professor N. A. Chernikov, PhD, Dr. Sci.

    He obtained PhD degree in 1974, under supervision of Professor K.P. Stanyukovich, PhD, Dr Sci.

    He obtained Doctor of Sciences degree at MSU in 1999

    The head of the sector of the Center of Gravitation and Fundamental Metrology (VNIIMS)

    He is Professor of PFUR

    The Member of the Presidium of Russian Gravitational Society

    The responsible editor of international journal „Gravitation & Cosmology” published by Springer

     

    The Research Interests of Professor K. A. Bronnikov include:

    - gravitation and cosmology in diverse dimensionalities, exact solutions, black holes, wormholes

    - quantum field theory in curved spacetime

    - fundamental physical constants and their stability

    - theory of gravitational experiments

      


     

    Vladimir Dmitrievich Ivashchuk

         

    He finished with honours Faculty of Problems of Physics and Energetics of Moscow Physical-Technical University (MPTU) in 1981

    In 1984 he closed the registration and conferment procedure for a doctoral degree at MPTU, under supervision of Professors M. K. Polivanov and I. Ya. Aref'eva in the division of quantum field theory of Steklov Mathematical Institute.


    In 1989 he obtained the PhD degree under supervision of Professor V. N. Mel'nikov


    In 2004 he obtained the degree of Doctor of Sciences at Joint Institute for Nuclear Research in Dubna. The theme of the dissertation: „Exact solutions in multidimensional models of gravitation”


    He is the author of more than 100 scientific papers published in referred journals.


    The Research Interests of V. D. Ivashchuk include:


    - exact solutions in multidimensional models of gravitation and supergravity with internal form fields and scalar fields, and in models with multicomponent anisotropic fluid


    - black holes, branes, S-branes, flaxobranes (including supersymmetric solutions)


    - bilard approach to describing of of behaviour of the solutions near to singularity within multidimensional cosmological-type models, and hyperbolic Kac-Moody (KM) algebras


    - exact solutions coming to the Toda lattices for generalized KM algebras , including finite-dimensional and hyperbolic polynomial solutions


    - problems of accelerated expansion of the Universe and possible variation of gravitational constant


    - problem of renormalization within quantum field theory and the correct approach to the spaces with pseudo-euclidean matric


    - noncommutative analysis, superanalysis, Banach algebras


    - atom-like systems in curved space

     

     

    Yuri Petrovich Rybakov

          

    He is the graduating student of Lomonosov Moscow State University\

    He is Doctor of Sciences and Professor

    He is the head of the Depertment of Theoretical Physics of PFUR

    He is the leading specialist in nonlinear quantum field theory

    He is „Deserved Activist of Science of Russian Federation”

    He is the author of more than 150 publications, for which he received in 1997 the Louis de Broglie medal

    He is the author of well-known student's manuals: „Electrodynamics”, „Quantum mechanics” (together with Ya. P. Terletsky), „Structure of particles in nonlinear field theory”, „Electrodynamics of continual media”, „Multidimensional solitons” (together with V. I. Sanyuk)

    The Research Interests od Professor Yu. P. Rybakov include:

    - nonlinear physics

    - stability of multidimensional solitons

    - theory of magnetics

    - theory of gravitation


     

    Yuri Andreevich Popov

          

    He is the graduating student of Faculty of Physics of MSU

    Since 1982 he has held Doctor of Sciences degree

    Starting 1985 he is Professor

    He is the leading scientist of the Department of Theoretical Physics

    He is the author of more than 200 publications, 2 monographies including Yu. A. Popov and S. N. Sidorenko „Theory of interaction of metals and alloys with a corrosive environment”, Cambridge International Science Publishing, 1994

     The Research Interests of Professor Yu. A. Popov include:

    - statistical physics and kinetics

    - physics of condensed matter

    - electrodynamics

     
      

     

    Vladimir Petrovich Milant'ev

          

    Graduating student of the Lomonosov Moscow State University

    The leading scientist of PFUR

    Doctor of Sciences, Professor

    By 30 years he was the head of the Department of Experimental Physics

    Main research interest: plasma physics

    He is the head of two programmes:

    „Theoretical and experimental research of resonance mechanisms of interaction of charged particles with electromagnetic and electrostatic waves of diverse frequential diapozone”

    /„Universities of Russia”/ „Collective processes in plasma in the presence of acceleration of electrons by electromagnetic waves in the autoresonance conditions”.

    The author of more than 180 publications, and  a series of monographies and handbooks, including
    V. P. Milant'ev, Physical kinetics, (PFU 1968)

    V. P. Milant'ev and S. V. Temko, Plasma physics (Prosveshchenie 1970, 1983)

    V. P. Milant'ev, Drift theory of motion of charged particles in electromagnetic waves (PFU 1987)

    V. P. Milant'ev, Atomic physics (PFUR 1999)

    V. P. Milant'ev, History and methodology of physics (PFUR 2007)

    V. V. Andreev, A. A. Balmashnov, V. I. Korol'kov, O. T. Loza, and V. P. Milant'ev, Physical electronics and its modern applications (PFUR 2008)

    V. P. Milant'ev, The history of quantum mechanics's origins and development of ideas about atom (PFUR 2009)