Alexey Morozov

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Alexei Morozov
Born (1961-11-02) November 2, 1961 (age 59)
Moscow, Soviet Union
NationalityRussian
CitizenshipRussia
Alma materMoscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Institute for Theoretical and Experimental Physics
Scientific career
FieldsTheoretical physics
Doctoral advisorLev Okun

Alexei Yur'evich Morozov; born 2 November 1961 in Moscow) is a wide-profile theoretical physicist known for his interests and achievements in variety of subjects ranging from traditional particle physics to modern abstract field theory (string theory), knot theory, integrable systems and quantum algebra[1]. In particular, he is one of the founders of perturbative string theory techniques and one of the discoverers of hidden symmetries in integrable quantum field theory models, mostly Matrix theory (physics)| matrix models[2]. Alexei Morozov have created a research group that gathered scientists from different Moscow institutes together[3].

Education

  • 1978--1984 --- Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
  • 1986 --- Kandidat nauk (PhD analog), Institute for Theoretical and Experimental Physics
  • 1991 --- Doctor nauk (habilitation analog), Institute for Theoretical and Experimental Physics
  • 22 May 2003 --- elected as a corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences (department of physical sciences, nuclear physics section)

He have been being affiliated with the Institute for Theoretical and Experimental Physics since 1982. Currently he is working as a principial researcher there[4].

Alexei Yu. Morozov have written more than 250 original publications, including 2 monographies and several monographic surveys. His H-index is 46, with more than 7000 citations in total (Scopus[5], Russian Science Citation Index | RSCI [6]). He is a member of editorial boards of Theoretical and Mathematical Physics|TMP[7], International Journal of Modern Physics A |IJMPA[8] and Modern Physics Letters A|MPLA[9].

References

  1. "INSPIRE-HEP".
  2. "RAS profile".
  3. "TMP group".
  4. "Biography on RAS website".
  5. "Scopus".
  6. "eLibrary".
  7. "TMP editorial board".
  8. "IJMPA editorial board".
  9. "MPLA editorial board".

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