Vladimir MINEEV

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Senior Scientist DRFMC / SPSMS

Research subects

theory of superconductivity, physics of heavy fermion compounds

CV (download)

Born: 9 October 1945, Moscow

Nationality: Russia

Family: married since 1976, son 1969, daughters 1977, 1978

Graduated: Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

PhD: Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics, 1974

Doctor of Science (Physics): Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics, 1983

Awards: L.D.Landau price of Russian Academy of Sciences for topological classification of stable defects in ordered media, 1992

Researcher (1972-1991) and Vice-director (1992-1999) of L.D.Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics of Russian Academy of Sciences  
Head of Theory Group (1999-2006), Senior Scientist DRFMC / SPSMS, Commissariat à l'Energie Atomique, Grenoble, France (since 1999)

assistant, associate professor and professor (1977-1999), 
chairman of the Chair "Problems of Theoretical Physics" of Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (1991-1999)

PhD Thesis supervisor: 
I.A.Lukyanchuk, Landau Institute, 1988.
V.G.Marikhin, Landau Institute, 1992.
Yu.G.Makhlin, Landau Institute, 1995.
K.V.Samokhin, Landau Institute, 1995.
M.Vavilov (Master Diploma), Landau Institute, 1997.
P.Krotkov, Landau Institute, 2001.
T.Champel, Universite Joseph Fourier, Grenoble, France, 2003.
Opponent and Jurie member on many PhD and Doctor of Science defences.

V.P.Mineev "Topologically stable defects and solitons in ordered media", Harwood Acad. Publ., 1998;
V.P.Mineev, K.V.Samokhin "Introduction to the theory of nonconventional superconductivity", MITP Publ., 1998 and Harwood Acad. Publ., 1998.

Editorial activity: 
Editor of the Proceedings of "The first Landau Institute Summer School 1993", Gordon and Breach Publ.,1995
Co-editor of Landau Institute Collected Papers, World Sc.,1996
Member of editorial board of "Superconductivity reviews"
Referee in many physical magazins

Main international activity:
Responsible person for the Scientific Collaboration Programme Ecole Normale Superieure and CNRS (France) and Landau Institute (Russia) 1991-1999,
Member of Landau Institute Scientific Councils 1999-...
Member and chairman of organazing and programme committees of many international conferences.

Main scientific invitations:
Aspen Center for Physics, USA, 1977, 1989,
Cornell University, Bell Labs, USA, 1977.
Institut des Haut Etudes Scientifique, Bures sur Yvette, France, 1978-1979.
Niels Bohr Institute, Kopenhagen, Danemark, 1980, 1998.
Chalmers University Swedwen, 1981.
Low Temperature Laboratory, Otaniemi, Finland, 1979-1992.
Laboratoire Louis Neel, Grenoble, 1991.
Institute Laue-Langevin, Grenoble, 1993.
Professor of Universite Joseph Fourier,Grenoble, France, 1995-1996.
National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Tallahassee, USA, 1998-1999.
Yukawa Institute professor, Kyoto, Japan, 1999.
Cambridge University, UK, 2003.
Tel-Aviv University and Weizmann Institute, Israel, 2004.
Invited speaker of many international conferences.

Scientific Conferences Board Membership:
Director, lecturer of the First Landau Summer School (1993) Director of the Second Landau Summer School (1994)
Co-chairman of International Conferences of Landau
Institute, 1995 (Moscow), 1998 (Moscow)
Director of Scientific Program "Magnetism and
Properties of Solids", LT-22, Helsinki-Espoo, Finland, 1999.
Member of the Program Committee of Int. Conference of European Physical Society, Brighton, UK, 2002.

 Recent Scientific Publications (download)


Superconducting states in ferromagnetic metals,
Phys.Rev.  B, 66, 134504 (2002).

 T.Champel, V.P.Mineev,
Magnetic quantum oscillations of the longitudinal conductivity in quasi-two-dimensional metals,
Phys.Rev.B, 66, 195111 (2002).

 M.Houzet, V.P.Mineev,
Influence of proximity effect on the shot noise in a diffusive metallic wire,
Phys.Rev.B, 67,184524 (2003)

V.P.Mineev, T.Champel, 
Comment on " London theory for Superconducting Phase transitions in external magnetic fields: Application to UPt3",
Phys.  Rev.  Lett., 91, 079701  (2003).

J.Flouquet, ..., V.Mineev, 
Ferromagnetism and superconductivity, Invited talk for SCES-2002, Krakow , Pologne (2002),
Acta Physica Polonica B, 34 275 (2003).

A.Huxley, V.Mineev et al, 
Order parameter symmetry in the superconducting ferromagnets UGe2, UGeRh, Invited talk article for the LT-23, Hiroshima, Japan (2002),
Physica C 403, 9 (2004).

T.Champel, V.Mineev
Giant quantum oscillations of the longitudinal magnetoresistance in quasi-two-dimensional metals,
Physica B, 346-347, 392 (2004).

F.Bourdarot, B.Fak, V.P.Mineev, M.E.Zhitomitskii et al
Pressure dependence of magnetic transitions in URu2Si2,
Physica B, 350, e179 (2004).

V.P.Mineev, T.Champel 
Theory of superconductivity in ferromagnetic superconductors with triplet pairing,
Phys.  Rev.  B 69, 144521 (2004).

Transverse spin dynamics in a spin-polarized Fermi liquid,
Phys. Rev.B 69, 144429 (2004).







Superconductivity in ferromagnetic metals and in compounds without inversion centre,
Int.  Journ.  Mod.Phys. B 18, 2963 (2004).

F.Bourdarot, A.Bombardi, P.Burlet, M.Enderle, J.Flouquet, P.Lejai, N.Kernavanois, V.P.Mineev, L.Paololasini, M.E.Zhitomirskii, B.Fak
Hidden order in URu2Si2, Invited talk for SCES-2004, Karlsruhe, Germany (2002)
Physica B, 359, 986 (2005).

Paramagnetic limit of superconductivity in a crystal without inversion centre
Phys.  Rev.B, 71 012509  (2005).

V.P.Mineev, M.E.Zhitomirskii,
Interplay between spin-density wave and induced local moments in UrRu2Si2,
Phys. Rev.B 72, 014432 (2005).

Theory of transverse spin dynamics in a polarized Fermi liquid and an itinerant ferromagnet,
Phys.  Rev.B 72, 144418 (2005).

V.P.Mineev, K.V.Samokhin 
de Haas - van Alphen effect in metals without an inversion center
Phys.  Rev.B, 72, 212504 (2005).

V.P.Mineev, M.E.Zhitomirskii
Comment on "Order parameter of A-like 3He phase in aerogel",
Pis'ma v ZhETTF 81, 360 (2005).

Interplay betwee magnetism and superconductivity in URhGe,
Comptes Rendus 7, 35 (2006).

S.I.Vedeneev, C.Proust, V.P.Mineev, M.Nardone, G.L.J.A.Rikken
Reaching the Pauli limit in the cuprate Bi2Sr2CuO(6+x) in high parallel magnetic fields,
Phys.  Rev.B 73, 014528 (2006).










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