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Garkavenko Alexander S.

Biography

The International Scientific Production Centre of Energy-Saving Technologies, Germany, Kornwestheim, head of the ”Laser Technologies” Lab., academician of the Academy of Communications of Ukraine, corresponding member of the International Academy of  Informatization, member of the German Physical Society, Ph. D. (physics and mathematics).

A.S. Garkavenko was born in Lviv on July 16, 1946.  He entered the physical faculty of the Lviv State University (LSU) named after Ivan Franko in 1964, graduated from the LSU by specialty “Physics of semiconductors and non-conductors” in  1969.

Having graduated from the University, he worked  at the Semiconductor Physics chair, the Lviv Polytechnic University as an engineer in 1969-1972, where he created new  semiconductor crystals and studied their physical properties.

He worked in the Scientific Production Association “SISTEMA” (Lviv)  as a junior research fellow in 1972-1975, where he applied the probability theory and mathematical statistics methods to metrology.  

He was a Ph. D. student by specialty “experimental physics” at the All-USSR Research Institute of Optophysical Measurements (Moscow) in 1975-1978, where he studied laser phasemetry and its application to investigations of semiconductor materials properties.

In 1979-1986: worked in the All-USSR Surface and Vacuum Properties Research-and-Development Centre, then he was a scientific research fellow in the All-USSR Research Institute of Metrological Service (Moscow) where he studied quantum electronics and  quantum metrology (semiconductor lasers and modulators, laser projection television).
In 1986-1992: scientific research fellow and head of the Semiconductor Technologies division, the Institute of Materials (Lviv) where he created light-emitting diode matrix screens.

In 1992-2003:  director of the Centre of Physicomathematical Research “KVARK” (Lviv). His main activity areas in the Centre were  working out new semiconductor materials and creating visible and infrared light-emitting diodes.

In 2003-2009: by invitation of prof. G. Khaken and prof. М. Kardon, he worked in the Institute of  Solid-State Physics named after М. Plank, Germany, Stuttgart, where he studied   the exciton lasers.

Since 2010 A.S. Garkavenko has been head of the “Laser Technologies” Lab., the International Scientific Production Centre of Energy-Saving Technologies, Germany, Kornwestheim.

A.S. Garkavenko obtained his Ph.D. (physics and mathematics) in 1985. He has been an academician of the Academy of Communications of Ukraine and corresponding member of the International Academy of  Informatization since 1994, member of the German Physical Society – since 2004.

 He is the author of more than 70 scientific articles and inventions including 5 monographs and 3 textbooks.

Bibliography

Recently Published Works of  A.S. Garkavenko

1. A.S. Garkavenko. Possibility analysis of a solid body movement under the influence of a weak acoustic wave. In: The physical methods and  tools for inspection of environments, materials and goods. Кiyiv- Lviv, 2004, p. 66 – 69 (in Russian).
2. A.S. Garkavenko. Dirac monopole: the detection problem. Preprint of the Institute of Radioelectronic  Material Science  Problems, № 1, Кiyiv, 2004, 18 p. (in Russian).
3. S.V. Lenkov, A.S. Garkavenko, V.V. Vydolob.  Calculation of  the single-mode СО  laser output. In:  Proc. of the conference “Modern Information and Electronic Technologies”. Оdesa, 2006 (in Russian).
4. V.А. Моkritskiy, A.S. Garkavenko, S.V. Lenkov. The principles of using  СО  laser in  interferometry. In:  Proc. of the conference “Modern Information and Electronic Technologies”. Оdesa, 2006 (in Russian). 
5. A.S. Garkavenko, S.V. Lenkov, V.А. Моkritskiy, А.S. Pashkov. Semiconductor lasers with electron-beam pumping. Vol. 1.  Generation mechanism, radiation properties. Оdesa: Polygraph, 2006, 434 p. ( Моnograph, in Russian).
6. A.S. Garkavenko, S.V. Lenkov, V.А. Моkritskiy, V.V. Vydolob. Semiconductor lasers with electron-beam pumping. Vol. 2.  Аctive environments. Devices development. Оdesa: Polygraph, 2006, 389 p. ( Моnograph, in Russian).
7. V.V. Vydolob, A.S. Garkavenko, S.V. Lenkov, V.А. Моkritskiy. Lasers in the semiconductors metrology. Оdesa : Polygraph, 2006, 270 p. ( Моnograph, in Russian).
8. A.S. Garkavenko.Bundesrepublik Deutschland. Urkunde über die Erteilung des Patents № 10 2008 006 900. Thermoelektrische Legirung. München, den 24.12.2009 (Thermoelectric alloy. German patent, in German).             
9. A.S. Garkavenko, P.S. Коsoboutskiy, М.S. Каrkoul’ovska. Magnetooptic phenomena in  semiconductors. Physika, Lviv, 2009, № 2, 47 p (in Ukrainian).
10. A.М.Мikhlin, A.S. Garkavenko.  Alles wichtige für das Abitur in Mathematik  Verlag : Bod on Demand GmbH, Norderstedt , 2010, 121 p. (Textbook, in German).  
11. S.V. Lenkov, V.А. Моkritskiy, A.S. Garkavenko. Changes of the semiconductor CdS- combination properties under neon ions radiation // Herald of the КNU named after Т. Shevchenko. Military special sciences, 2010, 24-25, P. 15-21.   
12. A.S. Garkavenko.  Experimental provement of the Mott exciton-plasma phase transition. Теchnology and Design in Electronics, 2010, № 3, p.21-24.
13. A.S. Garkavenko. Nature of transitions and generation mechanisms in the lasers with electron-beam pumping on the basis of optically homogeneous, radiation-alloyed CdS-cristals (Accepted).
14. A.S. Garkavenko. Fine spectral structure of the lasers with electron-beam pumping on the basis of radiation-modified cristals, optically homogeneous, unalloyed GaAs-cristals  (Accepted). 
15. A.S. Garkavenko. Change of radiation mechanisms in the lasers with electron-beam pumping on the basis of optically homogeneous, radiation-alloyed GaAs-cristals (Accepted).
16. A.S. Garkavenko. The speed equations for exciton lasers (Accepted).
17. A.М.Мikhlin, A.S. Garkavenko, V.А. Моkritskiy. Маthematics: The eurominimum for  a student (Accepted).
18.  A.S. Garkavenko, Ya.I. Fedyshin. Collected problems in physics (Accepted).