Mikhail Ja. Ivanov

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The mathematical modelling of radiation processes, based on experimental data of modern physics and traditional approaches of dimension theory, thermodynamics and gas dynamics is considered. Dimensional analysis allows predicting important characteristics of radiation processes (mass of particles-bosons radiation, the magnitude of the radiation pressure,(More)
In his research, in addition to microbiological methods, Ivanov widely employs methods derived from related sciences, such as geochemistry, hydrobiology, limnology, and oceanology. The methods he has developed to quantitatively estimate the geochemical activities of bacteria, which are based on the use of radioactive and stable isotopes of sulfur and(More)
Latitudinal gradients in species interactions are widely cited as potential causes or consequences of global patterns of biodiversity. However, mechanistic studies documenting changes in interactions across broad geographic ranges are limited. We surveyed predation intensity on common prey (live amphipods and gastropods) in communities of eelgrass (Zostera(More)
112 Academician Mikhail Ivanov, Editor-in-Chief of the journal, turns 75 on December 6, 2005. His basic research in microbiology has mostly been focused on the physiology, ecology, and geochemical activities of microorganisms playing key roles in global sulfur and carbon cycles and in formation and degradation of mineral deposits. Ivanov’s microbiological(More)
Attosecond (1  as=10-18  s) pulses produced through high harmonic generation (HHG) are a basis for studies of electron dynamics during light-matter interaction on an electron's natural time scale. Extensively exploited HHG technology has, however, a few unsolved problems, where producing of circularly polarized or chiral attosecond pulses belongs to them.(More)
A preliminary validation study of three DSMC chemistry models, two recent and one standard, is presented. First the 2D geometry and numerical approach used to simulate the shock experiments is verified. Next, 2 different vibrational relaxation models are validated by comparison with data for the M=9.3 case where dissociation is small in the nonequilibrium(More)
To honor the memory of our friend and colleague Mikhail Ivanov a review of his great contributions to the understanding of the various phenomena associated with steady–flow shock wave reflection is presented. Of course, he has contributed much more widely than that, but I will restrict myself to this part of his work, because it is what I understand best.(More)
Paleoclimatic constraints from regions at the confluence of major climate systems are particularly important in understanding past climate change. Using geomorphic mapping based on remote sensing and field investigations, combined with in situ cosmogenic 10Be and 26Al dating of boulders associated with glacial landforms, we investigate the chronology of(More)
The output of many modern bridge type sensors contains errors that must be eliminated through calibration. One major source of error is variation of sensor span and offset from device to device and their respective drifts with temperature. These drifts can be non-linear. Another source of error is the nonlinearity of the sensor output with applied stimulus.(More)
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