Division of Solid State Electronics
Research interests and activities
- ASYMPTOTIC AND SINGULAR PERTURBATION METHODS
The development of asymptotic approach to the manyscaled problems. The
application of the singular perturbation methods
to the problems of thermoelasticity, thermoconductivity,
kinetics and magnetic hydrodynamics.
- COMPUTATIONAL MODELLING OF THE PHYSICAL PROCESSES IN
The development of the numerical methods for the calculation of the
process of the crystal growth, radiative heat transfer in semitransparence
media. Construction of algorithms for the estimation of the power
characteristics of the semiconductors lasers on the base of quantum wells.
Monte-Carlo simulation of electron transport in solids.
electron-atom scattering cross sections.
- PHYSICS OF
Studies of internal
structure and thermal evolution of neutron stars;
thermal emission from the
of multiwavelenght observations.
- INTEGRAL TRANSFORMATIONS AND SPECIAL FUNCTIONS OF
The development of the theory of integral expansion on the hypergeometric
- NONLINEAR DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS
Investigation of the properties of the Poincare map in dynamical
the homoclynic trajectory. The asymptotic of the solution of
nonlinear systems in the
vicinity of the bifurcation point.
Study of chaotic behaviour of the coupled spin system of optically
oriented electrons and nuclei in semiconductors.
- DATA BASES FOR NATURAL SCIENCE AND SCIENTIFIC MANAGEMENT
Who we are
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- Prof. Eduard Tropp
26 Polytekhnicheskaya, St. Petersburg 194021, Russia
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