Pavel V. Prudnikov

Dr. Sc., Professor of Theoretical Physics Department

(Ru)       (Research Gate)

 

Research Interests:

Phase transitions and critical phenomena in disordered and complex systems

Field-theoretical and renormalization-group description of disordered systems

Thin magnetic films and multilayer structures with giant magnetic resistance

Monte Carlo methods in statistical physics

Out-of-equilibrium critical behavior: aging phenomena and short-time dynamics

Parallel and distributed calculation

 

Teaching Courses:

Statistical Physics

Information Technologies in Science

Phase Transitions and Critical Phenomena

Renormalization-group methods

Dynamic Critical Phenomena

Supercomputer Technologies in Science and Education

Numerical Methods of Data Processing

Modern Concepts of Natural Science

Introduction to Specialty

 

Books:

Prudnikov V.V., Vakilov A.N. and Prudnikov P.V. Phase transitions and Monte Carlo methods. – (Moscow: Fizmatlit) , 2009 (in Russian)

Prudnikov V.V., Prudnikov P.V. and Vakilov A.N. Description of nonequilibrium critical behaviour in disordered systems by the theoretical methods (Moscow: Fizmatlit), 2014 (in Russian)

 

Selected publications: arXiv.org

The peculiarities of the nonequilibrium critical behavior of a model statistical systems and methods of their description // Physics-Uspekhi. 2017. doi

Non-equilibrium critical behavior of thin Ising films // Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials. 2017. doi

Monte Carlo calculations of the magnetoresistance in magnetic multilayer structures with giant magnetoresistance effects // J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 2016. V. 49. 235002.

Influence of disorder on ageing and memory effects in non-equilibrium critical dynamics of 3D Ising model relaxing from an ordered state // J. Stat. Mech.: Theory and Experiment. 2016. 043303.

Aging effects in the nonequilibrium behavior of multilayer magnetic superstructures. // JETP Letters. 2016. V. 104. N. 11. P. 776-783.

Ageing and non-equilibrium critical phenomena in Monte Carlo simulations of the three-dimensional pure and diluted Ising models. // Progress of Theoretical and Experimental Physics. 2015. 053A01.

Dimensionality crossover in critical behaviour of ultrathin ferromagnetic films // Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials. 2015. V. 387. P. 77-82.

Influence of disorder on critical ageing in 3D Ising model // Physics Letters A. 2015. V. 379 P. 774-778.

Aging and memory effects in the nonequilibrium critical behavior of structurally disordered magnetic materials in the course of their evolution from the low-temperature initial state // JETP Letters. 2015. V. 102. N. 3. P. 167-175.

Monte Carlo simulation of multilayer magnetic structures and calculation of the magnetoresistance coefficient // JETP Letters, 2015, V. 102, No. 10, pp. 668?673.

Nonequilibrium aging effects in the critical behavior of structurally disordered planar magnets // JETP Letters. 2015. V. 101. N. 8. P. 539-544.

Dimensional effects in ultrathin magnetic films // JETP Letters. 2014. V. 100. N 7. P. 446-450.

Monte Carlo investigations of the influence of structural defects on aging effects and the violation of the fluctuation-dissipation theorem for a nonequilibrium critical behavior in the three-dimensional Ising model // JETP. 2014. V. 118. N 3. P. 401-409.

Investigation of the effects of aging and temperature dependence of the transverse rigidity of a system in the two-dimensional XY model // Physics of Metals and Metallography. 2014. V. 115. N 12. P. 1186-1193.

Calculation of the Fluctuation-Dissipation Ratio for the Nonequilibrium Critical Behavior of Disordered SystemsNon-equilibrium critical relaxation of the 3D Heisenberg magnets with long-range correlated disorder. // JETP Letters 2013. V. 98. N. 10 P. 619-625.

Non-equilibrium critical relaxation of the 3D Heisenberg magnets with long-range correlated disorder. // Progress of Theoretical Physics. 2012. V. 127. N. 3 P. 369-382.

Non-equilibrium critical dynamics of structurally disordered systems with long range correlated defects. // JETP Letters 2011. V. 93. N. 2 P. 103-108.

Short-time dynamics and critical behavior of the three-dimensional site-diluted Ising model. // Physical Review E. 2010. V. 81. P. 011130-1 011130-11.

Non-equilibrium critical relaxation of structurally disordered systems in the short-time regime: renormalization group description and computer simulation. // JETP. 2010. V. 110. N. 2 P. 253-264.

Influence of long-range correlated defects on critical ultrasound propagation in solids. // Phys. Rev. B. 2009. V. 80. P. 024115-1 024115-11.

Renormalization-group description of non-equilibrium critical short-time relaxation processes: a three-loop approximation. // JETP. 2008. V. 106. N. 6. P. 1095-1101.

Effect of structural defects on anomalous ultrasound propagation in solids during second-order phase transitions. // JETP. 2008. V. 106. N. 5. P. 897-904.

Computer simulation of the critical behavior of 3D disordered Ising model. // JETP. 2007. V. 105. N. 2. P. 371-378.

Short-time critical dynamics of the three-dimensional systems with long-range correlated disorder. // Progress of Theoretical Physics. 2007. V. 117. N. 6. P. 973-991.

Boundary critical behaviour at m-axial Lifshitz points of semi-infinite systems with a surface plane perpendicular to a modulation axis. // J. Phys. A: Math.Gen. 2006. V. 39. P. 7927-7942.

The influence of disorder on the critical sound attenuation in solids. // J. Phys.: Condens. Matter. 2005. V. 17. P. L485-L492.

Conferences:

2016 – XXXVI International Winter Workshop of Theoretical Physics "Kourovka", 2016, Ekaterinburg, Russia.
2014 – XXXV International Winter Workshop of Theoretical Physics "Kourovka", 2014, Ekaterinburg, Russia. ( poster )
2014 – Moscow International Symposium on Magnetism, MISM-2014, 2014, Moscow, Russia. ( poster )
2013 – XXV IUPAP Conference on Computational Physics, 2013, Moscow, Russia.
2011 – Moscow International Symposium on Magnetism “MISM-2011”, Moscow;
2008 – Renormalization Group and Related Topics , “RG 2008”, Dubna;

 

e-mail:

Phone: +7 3812 630 445

Mailing address:
Theoretical Physics Department,
1 Building, Room 103,
Omsk State University, Mira str. 55A,
644077 Omsk, Russia