Vladimir Andreevich Osipov
Bogoliubov Laboratory of Theoretical Physics, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research,
141980 Dubna, Moscow region, Russia.
FAX: 7-49621-65084; PHONE: 7-49621-63343
E-mail : osipov@theor.jinr.ru

Date of birth: 18 December 1956
Marital Status: married
RESEARCH INTERESTS
PROFESSIONAL CAREER
EDUCATION
THESES RESEARCH
HONORS AND AWARDS
TEACHING
RESEARCH EXPERIENCE (since 1988)
RESEARCH PROJECTS (Principal Investigator)
LIST OF SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
 
 
RESEARCH INTERESTS

condensed matter theory

topological defects in solids; nanostructures; membranes; disordered systems, amorphous bodies, glasses; electronic properties, transport

nonlinear science

solitons, polarons, nonlinear excitations; vortices in elastic media, liquid crystals, etc.; nonperturbative methods

field theory

field theory methods in CMT, gauge theory; low-dimensional systems, anyons, fractional statistics; effects due to temperature and chemical potential

biophysics

mathematical problems in biophysics: population dynamics, mutations, immunity, nonlinear excitations in DNA

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

Bogoliubov Laboratory of Theoretical Physics, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna, Russia

Deputy director, BLTP JINR, Dubna, Russia

2007-present

scientific leader, BLTP JINR, Dubna, Russia

2001 - present

Principal Researcher

1997 - 2001

Senior Researcher

1991 - 1997

Research Scientist

1987 - 1990

Junior Researcher

1984 - 1986

PhD-student, Yaroslavl' State University

1982 - 1984

Professor, Biophysics Department, Dubna International University

1999 - present

Assistant Professor, Physics Department, Tver' State University

1988 - 1989
EDUCATION

Dsc

BLTP, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna, Russia (1997)

PhD

BLTP, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna, Russia (1988)

MSc

Yaroslavl State University, Russia (1979)
THESES RESEARCH

DSc

Physical properties of elastic continuum with topological defects

PhD

Dynamics of particle-like excitations in the polyacetylene model and in the two-dimensional field theory models (supervised by Prof. V.K. Fedyanin)

MSc

Effects due to neutral currents in the (SU(2)*U(1))L(SU(2)*U(1))R gauge theory (supervised by Dr. N.V. Mikheev)

BSc

Neutrino and Kaon oscillations (supervised by Prof. E.M. Lipmanov)
HONORS AND AWARDS

The second JINR prize in theoretical physics, 1996

TEACHING
 

Courses

Tver' State University, Russia
Mathematical methods in theoretical physics (G)

Dubna International University
Biophysics (U)
Quantum physics (U)
Quantum mechanics (U)

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE (since 1988)
I. Nonlinear excitations of the linear diatomic polymers:
  • finite-band model for solitons in diatomic polymers,
  • physical characteristics of solitons and polarons in diatomic polymers,
  • soliton states in polyyne chains.

II. Gauge theory of dislocations and disclinations:

  • nonlinear problems in elasticity theory with defects,
  • nonperturbative solutions for rotational defects,
  • gauge theory of defects for planar elastic systems,
  • gauge theory of disclinations on fluctuating elastic surfaces.

III. Electronic properties of elastic materials with topological defects:

  • item electron localization due to topological defects:
    screw dislocations, disclination
    monopole, disclination vortex,
  • topological (Aharonov-Bohm-like) phase in the disclination-induced
    electron scattering,
  • polaron-type states in dislocated crystals.

IV. Topological disorder and dielectric glasses:

  • phonon scattering by dipoles of disclinations, thermal
    conductivity,
  • disclination dipoles as the basic structural elements of
    dielectric glasses.

V. Topological defects in nanostructures:

  • Electronic structure of carbon nanoparticles,
  • Two-dimensional Dirac-type models for the description of carbon nanocrystals.
RESEARCH PROJECTS (Principal Investigator)
  1. Theoretical Study of Physical Properties of Elastic Materials with Topological Defects
    Long-term research grant of the International Science Foundation (ISF, Soros), 1994-1995.
  2. A theoretical study of electron and transport properties of materials with dislocations and disclinations.
    Russian Foundation for Basic Research, 1994-1995.
  3. Topological defects in microcrystals of graphite
    Russian Foundation for Basic Research, 1997-1998.
  4. Investigation of electronic properties of carbon nanostructures
    Russian Foundation for Basic Research, 2001-2003.
  5. Disordered structures: glasses, topological defects, nanostructures, and Josephson junctions
    BLTP, JINR, 1999-2004.
  6. Theoretical study of field emission of variously shaped carbon nanostructures
    Russian Foundation for Basic Research, 2005-2007.
LIST OF SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

I. Refereed journal publications

  1. R. Pincak, J. Smotlacha, V.A. Osipov, Electronic states of zigzag graphene nanoribbons with edges re- constructed with topological defects, Physica B, 475, Pages 61-65 (2015). doi:10.1016/j.physb.2015.06.025
  2. O.G. Isaeva, V. L. Katkov, V. A. Osipov, DNA sequencing through graphene nanogap: a model of sequential electron transport, The European Physical Journal B 87, 272 (2014) DOI: 10.1140/epjb/e2014-50400-2
  3. S. Sahling, M. Kolac, V. L. Katkov, V. A. Osipov, Anomalous Tunneling Systems in Amorphous Organic Materials, Journal of Low Temperature Physics V. 176, 1-2, pp 64-81 (2014) DOI: 10.1007/s10909-014-1162-0
  4. V.L. Katkov and V.A. Osipov, Planar graphene tunnel field-effect transistor, Appl. Phys. Lett. 104, 053102 (2014) DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.4863820 [preprint]
  5. V.L. Katkov and V.A. Osipov, Tunnel junction on a base of graphene, JETP Letters 98(11) 782 (2013) in Russian
  6. V.L. Katkov and V.A. Osipov, Energy distributions of field emitted electrons from few-layer graphene sheets with AB and ABC stacking, Physics of Particles and Nuclei, 41(7), 1027-1030 DOI: 10.1134/S1063779610070105
  7. S. Sahling, S. Abens, V. L. Katkov, and V. A. Osipov, Anomalous isotopic effect of tunneling states in NbTi-H/D.
    Phys. Rev. B, 82(17) (2010) DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.82.174204
  8. E.A. Kochetov, V.A. Osipov and R. Pincak, Electronic properties of disclinated flexible membrane beyond the inextensional limit: application to graphene, J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 22 (2010) 395502 [pdf]
  9. V.L. Katkov and V.A. Osipov, Influence of tip geometry on the field emission law from axisymmetric and wall-like emitters.
    EPL, 89 (2010), 17002
  10. V.L. Katkov and V.A. Osipov,
    Energy distributions of field emitted electrons from carbon nanosheets: manifestation of the quantum size effect.
    JETP Letters, 90(4) (2009) 304 [preprint]
  11. O.G. Isaeva and V.A. Osipov,
    Different strategies for cancer treatment: mathematical modeling
    Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine. 10(4) (2009) 253-272 [preprint]
  12. O.G. Isaeva and V.A. Osipov,
    Modeling of interleukin-2 mediated anti-tumor immune response immunocorrective effect of centimeter electromagnetic waves
    Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine 10(3) (2009) 185-201 [preprint]
  13. M. Pudlak, R. Pincak and V.A.Osipov,
    How the spheroidal deformation changes the spectra of fullerenes,
    Journal of Physics, Conf. Ser. 129 (2008) 012009 [pdf]
  14. M. Pudlak, R. Pincak and V.A.Osipov,
    Electronic structures of double-layer zig-zag carbon nanotubes,
    Journal of Physics, Conf. Ser. 129 (2008) 012011[pdf]
  15. D.V. Kolesnikov and V.A. Osipov,
    Electronic structure of negatively curved graphene,
    JETP Letters, 87(8) (2008) [preprint]
  16. V.L. Katkov and V.A. Osipov,
    Effect of band structure on field emission of crystalline graphite,
    Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, 20 (2008) 035204 (6pp)
    arXiv:0711.3549v1 [cond-mat.other]
  17. M. Pudlak, R. Pincak, V. A. Osipov,
    Effect of symmetry on the electronic structure of spheroidal fullerenes in a weak uniform magnetic field,
    Physical Review A, 75 (2007) 025201,
    DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevA.75.025201 [preprint]
  18. D.V.Kolesnikov and V.A.Osipov,
    Geometry-induced smoothing of van Hove singularities in capped carbon nanotubes,
    EPL 78 (2007) 47002 [preprint]
    http://dx.doi.org/10.1209/0295-5075/78/47002
  19. M. Pudlak, R. Pincak and V.A. Osipov,
    Electronic structure of spheroidal fullerenes in a weak uniform magnetic field: a continuum field-theory model, Physical Review A, 75 (2007) 025201,
    DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevA.75.025201 [preprint]
  20. M. Pudlak, R. Pincak and V. A. Osipov,
    Low energy electronic states in spheroidal fullerenes, Physical Review B 74 (2006) 235435
    cond-mat/0602520, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.74.235435 [preprint]
  21. D.V.Kolesnikov and V.A.Osipov,
    The continuum gauge field-theory model for low-energy electronic states of icosahedral fullerenes,
    European Physical Journal B 49, 465 (2006) [pdf]
    http://dx.doi.org/10.1140/epjb/e2006-00087-y
  22. D.V. Churochkin, S. Sahling and V.A. Osipov,
    Low-temperature internal friction and thermal conductivity in plastically deformed metals due to dislocation dipoles and random stresses,
    Phys. Rev. B 71, 014116 (2005). [pdf]
  23. V.A.Osipov and D.V.Kolesnikov,
    Electronic properties of curved carbon nanostructures,
    Romanian Journal of Physics 50, 457-466 (2005). [pdf]
  24. D.V. Kolesnikov, V.A. Osipov,
    Electronic structure of carbon nanohorns near the Fermi level
    JETP Letters 79, 660 (2004). [pdf]
  25. V.A. Osipov, E.A. Kochetov, M. Pudlak,
    Electronic structure of carbon nanoparticles,
    JETP 123, N1, 161-171 (2003). [pdf]
  26. R. Pincak, V.A. Osipov,
    Localized electron states near pentagons in variously shaped carbon nanoparticles,
    Physics Letters A 314, 315-321 (2003). [pdf]
  27. D.V. Churochkin and V.A. Osipov,
    The influence of twist disclinations on the specific heat and internal
    friction of disordered semiconductors
    ,
    J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 14, 12917-12922 (2002). [pdf]
  28. S.E. Krasavin, V.A. Osipov,
    Peculiarties in the low-temperature phonon scattering in materials with
    wedge disclination loops
    ,
    Solid State Physics 44, N6, 1102-1105 (2002).
  29. S.E. Krasavin, V.A. Osipov,
    Thermal transport in materials with disclination dipoles and disclination loops,
    J.Phys.: Condens. Matter, 14, 12923--12928 (2002).
  30. V.A. Osipov, E.A. Kochetov,
    Dirac fermions on graphite cones,
    JETP Letters 73, 631-634 (2001).
  31. D.V. Churochkin, V.A.Osipov,
    On the disclination-induced internal friction,
    Phys.Lett.A 289, 273-277 (2001). [pdf]
  32. V.A. Osipov and D.V. Churochkin,
    Contribution of mobile twist disclinations to the specific heat of crystals,
    Phys. Lett. A 282/1-2, 92-96 (2001). [pdf]
  33. S.E. Krasavin and V.A. Osipov,
    The effect of long-range strain fields on transport properties of disclinated materials,
    J. Phys.: Cond. Mat. 13, 1023-40 (2001). [pdf]
  34. S.E. Krasavin and V.A. Osipov,
    Peculiarities in the low-temperature phonon scattering by finite wedge disclination dipoles,
    Phys. Letters A 277, 245 (2000).
  35. V.A. Osipov and E.A. Kochetov,
    Zero modes for Dirac fermions on a sphere with fractional vortex,
    JETP Lett. 72, 199 (2000).
  36. M. Pudlak and V.A. Osipov,
    Disclination vortices in elastic media,
    Nonlinearity 13, 459 (2000).
  37. E.A. Kochetov and V.A. Osipov,
    Gauge theory of disclinations on fluctuating elastic surfaces,
    J.Phys.A:Math.Gen. 32, 1961 (1999).
  38. M. Pudlak and V.A. Osipov,
    Low-angle disclinations on elastic plane: a gauge-theory approach,
    JINR Rapid Communications, 5[91], 5 (1998).
  39. V.A. Osipov and S.E. Krasavin,
    Disclination dipoles as the basic structural elements of dielectric glasses,
    Phys.Lett.A 250, 369 (1998).
  40. V.A. Osipov and S.E. Krasavin,
    Towards the grain boundary phonon scattering problem: evidence for a low-temperature crossover,
    J.Phys.:Cond.Mat., 10, L639 (1998).
  41. S.E. Krasavin and V.A. Osipov,
    Disclination-induced residual resistivity in simple metals,
    Phys.Lett.A, 236, 245 (1997).
  42. S.E. Krasavin and V.A. Osipov,
    On the electron localization on a wedge disclination,
    Solid State Physics, 37, 2848 (1995).
  43. V.A. Osipov,
    Polaron-type states in dislocated crystals: A gauge-theory approach,
    Phys.Rev.B 51, 8614 (1995).
  44. V.A. Osipov and S.E. Krasavin,
    Localised electron states in elastic materials with disclinations,
    J.Phys.:Cond.Matter, 7, L95 (1995).
  45. V.A. Osipov,
    Vibrational properties of elastic continuum
    with dislocations and disclinations: a gauge approach
    ,
    J.Phys.:Condensed Matter, 7, 89 (1995).
  46. V.A. Osipov,
    An exact solution for a fractional disclination vortex,
    Physics Letters A 193, 97 (1994).
  47. V.A. Osipov,
    On the Electron Scattering in Disclinated Crystals,
    Physics Letters A 175, 65 (1993).
  48. V.A. Osipov,
    Gauge theory of dislocations and disclinations for planar elastic systems,
    J.Phys.A:Math.,Gen. 26, 1375 (1993).
  49. V.A. Osipov,
    Aharonov-Bohm effect in planar systems with disclination vortices,
    Physics Letters A 164, 327 (1992).
  50. V.A. Osipov,
    Long-wave electron states localized at monopole-like disclinations,
    Physics Letters A 159, 343 (1991).
  51. V.A. Osipov,
    Nonlinear elastic problems in dislocation theory: a gauge approach,
    J.Physics A:Math.,Gen., 24, 3237 (1991).
  52. V.A. Osipov,
    Extension of the Kadic-Edelen gauge model: Electronic properties of defect systems,
    Physica A 175, 369 (1991).
  53. V.A. Osipov,
    A monopole-like solution for static disclinations in continuum media,
    Physics Letters A 146, 67 (1990).
  54. G. Bochnacka, V.A. Osipov, and V.K. Fedyanin,
    Polaron states of the linear diatomic polymer,
    phys.stat.sol.(b) 160, K29 (1990).
  55. V.A. Osipov, G. Bochnacka, and V.K. Fedyanin,
    Polarons in the finite-band continuum model of diatomic polymers,
    phys.stat.sol.(b) 155, K29 (1989).
  56. V.A. Osipov, G. Bochnacka, V.K. Fedyanin, and I. Malek,
    Polarons in trans-polyacetylene and polyyne chains,
    phys.stat.sol.(b) 153, 207 (1989).
  57. V.A. Osipov, I. Malek, and V.K. Fedyanin,
    Nonlinear excitations of a diatomic polymer,
    J.Phys.:Condens.Matter 1, 2951 (1989).
  58. V.A. Osipov and V.K. Fedyanin,
    On the theory of linear diatomic polymers,
    phys.stat.sol.(b) 147, 199 (1988).
  59. V.A. Osipov and V.K. Fedyanin,
    Effects due to finite values of temperature and chemical potential in some two-dimensional field theory models (in Russian),
    Theor.Math.Physics, 73, 393 (1987).
  60. S. Drechsler, E. Heiner and V.A. Osipov,
    Trans-polyacetylene within the extended tight-binding picture and evidence for next-nearest neighbour hopping from the dispersion of interband transition edges,
    Solid State Communic., 60, 415 (1986).
  61. V.K. Fedyanin, V.A. Osipov, and I.S. Stoyanova,
    Dynamical corrections to the physical characteristics of solitons in polyacetylene,
    phys.stat.sol.(b) 137, 547 (1986).
  62. V.K. Fedyanin, V.A. Osipov, and I.S. Stoyanova,
    The dynamical effects in the Gross-Neveu and polyacetylene models,
    JINR Rapid Communications, 15, 19 (1986).
  63. V.K. Fedyanin and V.A. Osipov,
    Fractional charges at finite temperature and chemical potential,
    Solid State Communic., 59, 629 (1986).
  64. V.A. Osipov and V.K. Fedyanin,
    The continuum polyacetylene model and two-dimensional field theory models,
    JINR Rapid Communications, 4, 33 (1984).

II. Reviews

  1. V.A. Osipov,
    Topological Defects in Carbon Nanocrystals,
    book chapter in: Topology in Condensed Matter (ed. M.I. Monastyrsky, Springer series in Solid State Science,
    Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg 2006), pp. 93--116. [pdf]
  2. V.A. Osipov,
    Resonance, localized, and polaron-type electron states in
    elastic materials with topological defects, in book: Perspectives of Polarons
    , eds. G.N. Chuev and V.D. Lakhno (World
    Scientific, Singapore, 1996) pp.188-201.
  3. V.A. Osipov and V.K. Fedyanin
    Polyacetylene and two-dimensional field theory models (in Russian)
    Lecture notes for junior scientists, Dubna, P17-85-809 (1985)
 
Updated on 12 January 2015