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Fedor V Kusmartsev

Fedor V Kusmartsev

Professor
Loughborough University
United Kingdom

Biography

Fedor V Kusmart is Vice Head of Physics Department, Loughborough University, Uk. For ten years Kusmartsev has been leading and managing the large multi-stakeholder research consortium – the European Network-Programme “Arrays of Quantum Dots and Josephson Junctions”(AQDJJ). This very large consortium included 75 research teams with very different cross-disciplinary background, from Physics, Chemistry, Engineering, Mathematics and Computing Departments of 75 EU universities distributed over 12 EU countries (Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Italy, Slovak Republic, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and UK) and have very different cultural, academic and industrial backgrounds. The European Science Foundation assessment reports unanimously stated that the strong success of the AQDJJ consortium work was “due to the leadership of the AQDJJ chairman, Prof Fedor v Kusmartsev”.He is a Member of International Editorial Advisory Boards: journal N1: Advances in Condensed Matter Physics (since 2007); journal N2: Econophysics, New Economy and Complexity (since 2010). N3: Scientific Reports (NATURE, since 2013); was a guest editor of several high profile journals: Journal of Physics A(2003), Superconducting Science and Technology(2009), J. of Modern Physics B(2008).

Research Interest

His current topics of research include: Many body and classical dynamics, motion, stability, Saturn Rings, Protoplanetary disks, Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Quantum Computing, Cosmology, Dark Matter and Dark energy, Chaos and Nonlinear Physics, Magnetic materials, Graphene, Nanophysics, Metamaterials, Topological Insulators. Magnetic Nanoparticles and their application inNanomedicin, Internet and other Networks and other Complex Systems, Communications, Sociophysics and Econophysics.