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



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:

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.


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;



Phone: +7 3812 630 445

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