Kostin Vasiliy Aleksandrovich

 
PhD in Physics and Mathematics
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Scope of professional interests

Plasma electrodynamics, ionization-induced phenomena, interaction of intense electromagnetic radiation with matter, nonlinear dynamics of distributed systems.

Education
  • 2012: Insitute of Applied Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences – PhD in Physics and Mathematics. DIssertation: “Excitation of natural oscillations and generation of electromagnetic radiation in plasma strucutres formed by femtosecond laser pulses” (specialties: 01.04.08 Plasma Physics and 01.04.21 Laser Physics), supervisors: Dr. N. V. Vvedenskiy and Prof. V. B. Gildenburg).
  • 2008–2011: Insitute of Applied Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences – Postgraduate study. Specialty: 01.04.08 Plasma Physics, supervisor: Prof. V. B. Gildenburg.
  • 2006–2008: Lobachevsky State University of Nizhny Novgorod (faculty: Advanced School of General and Applied Physics, direction: Plasma Physics) – Master of Physics (with honors). Dissertation: “Electromagnetic radiation generated by a superluminous ionization front”, supervisor: Dr. N. V. Vvedenskiy.
  • 2002–2006: Lobachevsky State University of Nizhny Novgorod (faculty: Advanced School of General and Applied Physics) – Bachelor of Physics (with honors). Dissertation: “Generation of electromagnetic radiation from non-unidimensional superluminous ionization front propagating in an external electric field”, supervisor: Dr. N. V. Vvedenskiy.
Pedagogical activity

Associate professor at Department of Control Theory and Dynamics of Systems, Institute of Institute of Information Technologies, Mathematics, and Mechanics of Lobachevsky State University of Nizhny Novgorod.

Courses taught:

  • Concepts of Modern Natural Science (practical classes, 2012–2014).
  • Control theory (practical classes, 2015–2019).
  • Linear and Nonlinear Waves (lectures and laboratory classes, 2012–2014).
  • Introduction to Wave Theory (lectures and practical classes, 2016–2019).