Alexander F. Andreev

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Alexander Fyodorovich Andreev (Russian: Александр Фёдорович Андреев, born 10th December 1939) is a Russian theoretical physicist known for explaining the eponymous Andreev reflection.[1][2]

Since 1979, Andreev has been a professor at the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology. He focuses on the physics of superconductivity, quantum liquids and solids, surface phenomena and magnetism.

He is currently the Vice-President of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

Prizes[edit]

  • 1981 - Corresponding Member of USSR Academy of Sciences
  • 1984 - Lomonosov Prize of USSR Academy of Sciences
  • 1986 - Lenin Prize (USSR)
  • 1987 - Full member of USSR Academy of Sciences
  • 1987 - Carus-Medaille der Deutschen Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina und Carus-Preis der Stadt Schweinfurt
  • 1992 - Lorentz Professorship, Leiden University (the Netherlands)
  • 1995 - Simon Memorial Prize (U.K.)
  • 1996 - Honorary member of Ioffe Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences
  • 1999 - Kapitza Gold Medal, Russian Academy of Sciences
  • 2001-2002 - Jubilee Professor, Chalmers University of Technology (Sweden)
  • 2002 - Foreign member of Finnish Academy of Science and Letters
  • 2002 - Foreign member of Georgian Academy of Sciences
  • 2003 - Independent Prize "Triumph" (Russia)
  • 2004 - International Pomeranchuk Prize (Russia)
  • 2004 - Doctorate honoris causa of Leiden University (the Netherlands)
  • 2004 - Doctorate honoris causa of Kazan State University (Russia)
  • 2005 - Honorary professor of Kyrgyz National University
  • 2005 - Foreign member of Polish Academy of Sciences
  • 2006 - John Bardeen International Prize
  • 2008 - Foreign member of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine

References[edit]

  1. ^ Andreev, AF (1965). "THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF THE INTERMEDIATE STATE OF SUPERCONDUCTORS. II". Soviet physics JETP 20 (6). 
  2. ^ http://www.kapitza.ras.ru/~andreev/