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The LPD group

October 02, 2017

LPD group -- click to enlarge
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(Photo as of April 28, 2017)

People who obtained degrees and awards in LPD

Fedor Danevich head of the LPD */ visiting prof.
Univ. Paris-Saclay,
CSNSM, Univ. Paris-Sud, CNRS/IN2P3 (France)
PhD (1995); Associate Prof. (2002);
DSc (2006); Prof. (2016)
danevich[at] +380(44)525-1111
Vladimir Tretyak leading sci. researcher PhD (1991);
Associate Prof. (1999)
tretyak[at] +380(44)525-2210
Vladislav Kobychev senior sci. researcher PhD (1998);
Associate Prof. (2017)
kobychev[at] +380(44)525-1111
Denys Poda senior sci. researcher / post-doctoral position
at the Centre de Sciences Nucléaires et
de Sciences de la Matière (France)
PhD (2009) poda[at] +380(44)525-1111
Roman Boiko senior sci. researcher PhD (2006);
Associate Prof. (2010)
boiko[at] +380(44)525-5283
Boris Kropivyansky sci. researcher kropiva[at] +380(44)525-5283
Oksana Polischuk (Shkulkova) sci. researcher
PhD (2012)
polischuk[at] +380(44)525-5283
Dmitry Chernyak junior sci. researcher
post-doc fellow at the Kavli Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe
University of Tokyo (Japan)
PhD (2015) chernyak[at] +380(44)525-5283
Elena Zueva chief engineer zueva[at] +380(44)525-5283
Andriy Tymoshenko leading engineer timgrot[at] +380(44)525-1111
Larisa Kobycheva engineer kobycheva[at] +380(44)525-1111
Oleg Shkurupii engineer +380(44)525-5283
Oleksandra Hladkovska PhD student of 4th year of education (currently in leave for child care)
alexglad.inr[at] +380(44)525-5283
Dmytro Kasperovych PhD student of 2nd year casper.phys[at] +380(44)525-1111
Roman Kobychev engineer kobychev.roman[at] +380(44)525-1111
Mykhailo Nikolaichuk student of 6th year mikhail.nikolajchuk[at] +380(44)525-1111
Nazar Sokur student of 5th year nazar147[at] +380(44)525-1111
Mykola Zarytskyy student of 5th year zaritsky96[at] +380(44)525-1111

* During 1980-2004, Yuri Georgievich Zdesenko was the head of the LPD. Yuri Zdesenko died on September 1, 2004, on 61-th year of his life during operation because of the heart's halt.

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