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Gennadiy E. Grechnev
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VALENTYNA  A.  SIRENKO


Professor, Doctor of Science, 
Tel: +(380)-57-3410828  Fax: +(380)-57-3403370, +(380)-57-3450593, 
e-mail: sirenko@ilt.kharkov.ua
47 Lenin Ave., Kharkov 61103 , UKRAINE
Citizenship: Ukraine

CURRICULUM VITAE  file pdf 13 kB
V. A. Sirenko Education:

B.S. and M.S. Physics, Low Temperature Physics, Kharkov State University, Kharkov, Ukraine, 1978

Ph.D. in Physics, ILTPE (Institute for Low Temperature Physics & Engineering), National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine

Doctor of Sci., ILTPE, 1999

Networks Application in Physics and Math. Courses, IITAP at Iowa State University,  1998

Appointments:
 
2002
Leading Research Scientist, ILTPE
1999-2002
Senior scientist, ILTPE
Spring 2001
Visiting scientist, HMFL of the Max–Plank Institute and CNRS, Grenoble, France
Autumn 2000
Visiting scientist, HMFL of the Max–Plank Institute and CNRS, Grenoble, France
Summer 2000
Visiting scientist, Iowa State University, Ames, IA, USA
Summer 1999
 Visiting scientist, Iowa State University, Ames, IA, USA
Spring 1999
Visiting scientist, CRTBT of CNRS, Grenoble, France
Autumn 1998
Visiting scientist, Institute of Physics, Warsaw, Poland
Summer 1998
Visiting scientist, ISU, Ames, USA
Winter 1996 -
Spring 1997
Visiting scientist, Institute of Physics, Warsaw, Poland
1991 - 1996
Associated scientist, head of group, ILTPE 
1981 – 1991
Engineer, R&D Division at ILTPE

Research experience:

Strain distribution, in part in multilayers and cryogenic units, magnetostriction in superconductors and magnets in connection with magnetic flield distribution, author and co-author of more than 100 scientific publications in the refereed scientific editions.

Selected Publications:

Books:
  • Magnetic and magnetoelastic properties of antiferromagnets and superconductors, - book, ed. Naukova Dumka, Kiev, 2004, 325 p. (in Russian, 1 co-author)
  • Cryogenic multilayer coatings, - book, ed. Naukova Dumka, Kiev, 1991, 325 p. (in Russian, 1 ño-author) 
Reviews:
  • Magnetostriction of superconductors. (review) Low Temperature Physics v.25, pp.225. (1999), 86 refs.
  • Magnetostriction at spin-flopping in antiferromagnets. (review) – in NATO series in Physics, Kluwer Press, The Netherlands 2000, pp.223.
Papers:
  • Negative thermal expansion of HTSC-type structures:low temperature structure measurements on Eu1+x(Ba1-yRy)2-xCu3O7-d compounds and theoretical treatment - Low Temperature Physics, 31, N 3/4, pp.350-355 (2005).
  • Quantum oscillations and peak effect of magnetostriction in superconductor, - in Magnetoelastic Interaction Phenomena in Crystala, Kluwer Academic Publishers-2004, pp. 313-334
  • Spin-reorientational transitions in low-doped Nd1-xCaxMnO3 manganites: the evidence of inhomogeneous magnetic state, - J. Phys. C: 15, 8865-8880 (2004) 
  • V.V. Eremenko, N.I. Makedonskaya, P.G. Makedonskaya, V.A. Sirenko, Computer-aided design of nitrogen-free helium cryostats, Cryogenics, 41, N 8, pp. 549-555 (2001) .

Service:

Guest editor of special issue “Low Temperature magnetostriction of magnets and superconductors” of the Low Temperature Physics J., ed.  by ILTPE and AIP (2000); special issue of the Low Temperature Physics J., ed.  by ILTPE and AIP, dedicated to the 70-th Birthday of prof. V. Eremenko (2002), “Smart Materials for Ranging Systems” – NATO series in Physics, Springer-2006. 

Organization of international conferences: NATO Advanced Study Institute “Modern trends in magnetostriction study and application”, 2000, Kiev (Ukraine); NATO Advanced Research Workshop “Low Temperature Quantum Effects: dynamic interactions in technical applications”, 2002, Warsaw, Poland; “Magnetoelectric Interaction Phenomena in Crystals”, 2003, Sudak, Ukraine, “Smart Materials for Ranging Systems”, 2004, Krasnoyarsk, Russia. 

Awards: 

Shubnikov Prize winner of the NAS of Ukraine (2004)
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