|Ilya Mikhailovich Lifshitz|
January 13, 1917|
Kharkiv, Kharkov Governorate, Russian Empire
October 23, 1982 (aged 65)|
Moscow, Russian SFSR, USSR
|Alma mater||University of Kharkiv, Kharkiv Polytechnic Institute|
spectral shift function
|Institutions||Kharkov Institute of Physics and Technology Institute for Physical Problems|
|Doctoral advisor||Lev Landau|
|Doctoral students||Arnold Kosevich|
Ilya Mikhailovich Lifshitz (Russian: Илья́ Миха́йлович Ли́фшиц; January 13, 1917 – October 23, 1982) was a leading Soviet theoretical physicist, brother of Evgeny Lifshitz. He is known for his works in solid state physics, electron theory of metals, disordered systems, and the theory of polymers.
Together with Arnold M. Kosevich, Lifshitz established (1954) connection between the oscillation of magnetic characteristics of metals and the form of an electronic surface of Fermi (Lifshitz–Kosevich formula) from de Haas–van Alphen experiments.
Lifshitz was one of the founders of the theory of disordered systems. He introduced some of the basic notions, such as self-averaging, and discovered what is now called Lifshitz tails and Lifshitz singularity.
- Odijk, T. (1997). "Ilya M. Lifshitz. An appreciation". Physics Reports. 288: 9. Bibcode:1997PhR...288....9O. doi:10.1016/S0370-1573(97)00019-7.
- Grosberg, A. Yu.; Khokhlov, A. R. (1994). Statistical Physics of Macromolecules. Springer. ISBN 978-1-56396-071-0.
- Gredeskul, S.A.; Pastur, L.A. (1985). "Works of I. M. Lifshitz on disordered systems". J. Stat. Phys. 38 (1/2): 25–36. Bibcode:1985JSP....38...25G. doi:10.1007/BF01017846.
- Lifshitz, I.M. (1952). "On a problem of the theory of perturbations connected with quantum statistics". Uspekhi Mat. Nauk. 7 (1 (47)): 171–180.
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