Sergey     Vernov

Sergey Vernov


          ResearcherID: D-8494-2012
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Principal fields of research:
String Field Theory Inspired Cosmological Models
Exact Solution for Nonintegrable Systems
Computer Algebra Packages for the Search of Elliptic Solutions

Curriculum Vitae

I was born on February 15, 1971 in Moscow (Russia).

From 1988 to 1994 I was a student of the Faculty of Physics of Moscow State University.

From 1994 to 1997 I was a Post-graduate student of the Faculty of Physics of Moscow State University.

From 1997 I am working for the Division of Theoretical High Energy Physics of the Skobeltsyn Institute of Nuclear Physics of Moscow State University as a scientific collaborator. At present I am a senior scientific collaborator.

I defended my Ph.D. thesis under the supervision of Professor O.A. Khrustalev
(20.04.2000, Dissertation Committee K- of Moscow State University).

The  Ph.D.  thesis    "Quantum fields in the neighborhood of periodic classical fields"   (in Russian)

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Institute  of  Nuclear  Physics

How to find Moscow State University ? 


+7 (495)  939-50-79

Moscow  State  University

How to find High Energy Building ? 


+7 (495)  939-03-97

Vorob'evy  Gory

How to come to High Energy Building ? 

119991   Moscow   Russia 


My   address: 

+7  (499)   132-72-35 




* QFTHEP'1997 (General  Picture)

* QFTHEP'2001 (Moscow)

* QFTHEP'2004 (Saint-Petersburg)

* March 8 (2002)

* with Melita Mnatsakanova

* with my brother Levon Barsegian

* with my cat Piso

* my cat Piso

* my cat Myrzya

* Myrzya on my computer

* my cats

* my cats

* Murzya

* Piso

* my cats again

* Piso on a tree

* Piso on a printer

* Piso on a door


Other Photographs: 


* My pictures on web site


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e-print  Archive 

SLAC  Archive 




Foundations for Basic Research

Physics on WEB - Useful links (from IHEP)


Computers Languages


IMACS, The International Association for Mathematics and Computers in Simulation 

Linux Redhat

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Last update: 21.10.2000