|Degree/rank:||prof., dr. sci. (phys.-math.)|
Graduated from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, 1981.
Major in physics and engineering.
Complex metal alloys; quasicrystals; strongly correlated electron systems, including heavy electron metals and Kondo semiconductors; spin glasses; probing elementary excitations in solids by inelastic
Training courses offered at the University
- Lectures on “Quantum physics of solids”;
- Seminars on “Electronic theory of solids”, “Theoretical mechanics and theory of elasticity”, “Statistical physics”, “Translation of scientific texts”.
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- Krisch M., Brand R. A., Chernikov M. A., Ott H. R. Phonons in the icosahedral quasicrystal
i-AlPdMnstudied by inelastic X-rayscattering // Physical Review B — 2002 — vol. 65, no. 13 — pp. 134201/1-7.
- Chernikov M. A., Ott H. R., Bianchi A., Migliori A., Darling T. W. Elastic moduli of a single quasicrystal of decagonal Al-Ni-Co: evidence for transverse elastic isotropy // Physical Review Letters — 1998 — vol. 80, no. 2 — pp.
- Chernikov M. A., L. Degiorgi, Felder E., Paschen S., Bianchi A. D., Ott H. R., Sarrao J. L., Mandrus D., Fisk Z. Low-temperature transport, optical, magnetic and thermodynamic properties of Fe1-xCoxSi // Physical Review B — 1997 — vol. 56, no. 3 — pp.
- Edagawa K., Chernikov M. A., Bianchi A. D., Felder E., Gubler U., Ott H. R. Low-temperature thermodynamic and thermal-transport properties of decagonal Al65Cu20Co15 // Physical Review Letters — 1996 — vol. 77, no. 6 — pp.
- Chernikov M. A., Gerber C. J., Ott H. R., Gerber H.-J. Low-temperature upper limit of the photon mass: experimental null test of Ampère’s law // Physical Review Letters — 1992 — vol. 68, no. 23 — pp.
Participation in research, grants, development, etc.
- The synthesis of single-crystalline and poly-grain aluminum-based quasicrystalline alloys with decagonal and icosahedral symmetry for the study of the electronic and thermal transport and thermodynamic properties,
2009-present,RFBR, grant 09-02-00147-f;
- Anomalous physical properties of quasicrystals at high temperatures, 2008 to present, RFBR, grant 08-02-01461-f, Principal investigator;
- Experimental and theoretical studies of electronic transport (high temperature and uniaxial pressure) and magnetic properties of quasicrystals,
2006-2008,The Ministry of Education and Science, grant RNP.18.104.22.16845;
- Experimental and theoretical studies of strongly correlated electron systems, 2009 to present, The Ministry of Education and Science, grant RNP.2.1.1/1552.
Membership in the Russian and foreign academies and other public Organizations
Materials Research Society (USA)
Publications during the past several years
- M.A. Chernikov, E. I. Isaev and Yu. Kh. Vekilov, “High-temperature electronic and thermal properties of icosaherdral quasicrystals”, Phys. Lett. A 373,
- Yu.Kh. Vekilov and M. A. Chernikov, “Polygrain icosahedral Al-Pd-Re as a granular electronic conductor”, Europhys. Lett. 87, 17010 (2009).
- Yu.Kh. Vekilov and M. A. Chernikov, “Quasicrystals”, Uspekhi Fizicheskikh Nauk 180, 2010, in press.
- M.A. Chernikov, “Elastic properties of icosahedral and decagonal quasicrystals”, Uspekhi Fizicheskikh Nauk, 175,
- M.A. Chernikov, “On the low-temperature specific heat and thermal conductivity of icosahedral and decagonal quasicrystals”, Poverkhnost’. Rentgenovskie, sinkhrotronnye i neytronnye issledovaniya, № 4,
Supervised research work for graduate qualification of bachelors and Masters in the last several years
- Magister dissertation “The study of the specific heat of quasicrystalline phases Al-Ni-Co and Al-Cu-Fe at high temperatures”, Gasparyan T. A., National Research Nuclear University “MEPhI”, 2008.
- Rozhnikov K. Yu., Gasparyan T. A., (National Research Nuclear University “MEPhI”), “The growth of single crystals of quasicrystalline phases with icosahedral and decagonal structures”;
- Rozhnikov K. Yu., Gasparyan T. A., (National Research Nuclear University “MEPhI”), “The synthesis of quasicrystals and the study of their the specific heat at high temperatures”.