Ivanovo State University, Department of Physics, Ermaka St., 39,
153025 Ivanovo, Russia
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Short Term Appointment:
2010 – . Department of Physics, Ivanovo State University. Professor. Electrodynemics, Quantum Mechanics. Functional and Computer methods in Physics.
2008 – 2009. Russian Academy of Science, Institute of Solution Chemistry. Senior Research Officer.
2005 – 2008. Russian Academy of Science, Institute of Solution Chemistry. Senior Research Officer and habilitation.
1997 – 2010. Department of Physics, Ivanovo State University. Senior Lecturer. Quantum Mechanics, Electrodynamic, Functional and Computer methods in Physics.
1992 – 1997. Ivanovo Chemical Technology Institute. Senior Lecturer. Mathematics.
1985 – 1992. Department of Non-organic Chemistry, Ivanovo Chemical Technology Institute. Research Officer.
1984 – 1985. Non-organic Department of Ivanovo Chemical TechnologyInstitute. Junior Research Officer.
2008. Doctor of Science (Doctor Nauk) in Physical Chemistry from the Institute of Solution Chemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences (approved by the Supreme Scientific Committee of Russia on 12/12/2008). Title of DSc dissertation thesis: The method of the Gaussian Equivalent Representation in the Thermodynamic of Macromolecule Solutions.
1985. Doctor of Philosophy (Kandidat Nauk, Theoretical Physics.). Title of DSc dissertation thesis: Hadronic Decays in the Virton-Quark Model.
1984. The ending of the Post-Graduate Education of Department of Physics of Moscow State University (Location: Bogolubov LThPh, JINR, Dubna).
1980. The ending of Department of Physics of Moscow State University. Faculty: Quantum Statistics and Quantum Field Theory.
Yu. A. Budkov, E. A. Nogovitsyn, A. L. Kolesnikov and M. G. Kiselev. The Fild-Theoretical Model of Electrolytic Dissociation in Polyelectrolyte Solutions. Russian Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 2013, Vol. 87, No. 11, pp. 1962-1968
Yu. A. Budkov, E. A. Nogovitsyn and M. G. Kiselev. The Model of a Polyelectrolyte Solution with Explicit Account of Counterions within a Self_Consistent Field Theory. Russian Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 2013, Vol. 87, No. 4, pp. 638–644.
E.A. Nogovitsin,Yu.A. Budkov. Self-consistent field theory investigation of the behavior of hyaluronic acid chains in aqueous salt solutions. Physica A 391 (2012) 2507-2517.
S.A. Baeurle, M.G. Kiselev, E.S. Makarova, E.A. Nogovitsin. Effect of the counterion behavior on the frictionalcompressive properties of chondroitin sulfate solutions// Polymer. 2009. V50. p.18051813.
S.A. Baeurle, E.A.Nogovitsin. Challenging scaling laws of flexible polyelectrolyte solutions with effective renormalization concepts// Polymer.2007. V.48. p.4883-4899.
S.A.Baeurle, M.Charlot, E.A.Nogovitsin. Grand canonical investigations of prototypical polyelectrolyte models beyond the mean field level of approximation// Physical Review E. 2007. 75. p.011804-1 – 011804-11.
E. A. Nogovitsyn, E. S. Gorchakova, M. G. Kiselev. The method of the Gaussian Equivalent Representation in a self-consistent field theory// Russ. J. Fiz. Chem. 2007. V81. N11 p.1-5.