For more than thirty years my work was devoted to experimental research in physics.
It includes: design of Microwave generators of super high power using energy of near relativistic beams of electrons;
methods of ultrasonic testing of metals, development of methods of x-raying and growth of crystals.
My research work during several last years is devoted to studies of
physical properties of water. And my approach to these studies is: stay as
close to nature as possible. Water is very sensitive to any influence.
That is why I always try usage of non-invasive methods, to the extent
they are possible, with the aim to observe water behavior and its
response to and correlation with ambient conditions. My approach is that
water does have this correlation.
Studies of properties of water in BIOE, University of Washington, in the position of visiting scientist, brought interesting publications:
1. Water droplets coalescence and air bubbles in water:Water droplets and air bubbles.
2. Studies of water distillation and filtration processes: “Change of Water Colligative Properties in Filtration and Distillation Processes”.
3. Analysis of interfacial area of water and nafion: “Protonated water in the nafion-water interfacial area”.
The future depends on enlightenment of our children. The only real
security that a man will have in this world is a reserve of knowledge,
experience, and skils. Well developed society shall think about
affordable and compulsory high level education for every member
of the society. Bringing up healthy,
educated, spiritually matured young generation is a part of my overall life
activity. Teaching high school students to
physics and sharing with them my experience of nature laws studies based
on scientific methods, and also healthy lifestyle in the society takes
remarkable place in my mind.
My main aim and approach to teaching is based on rising student’s motivation
to studies in the field of experimental physics. Laboratory work allows
to individualize teaching according to student ability.
The objective of the laboratories is to introduce students to experimentation,
problem solving, data gathering, and scientific interpretation early in their
careers as high school seniors. Technological development of the modern society requires more
and more qualified workers with high school education in natural sciences.
But not less important task is growing administrators with profound knowledge
of physical laws so that they could successfully conduct sophisticated enterprises
and industries. Rising interest to physics is a challenging and intresting work
of the modern time.
Circle of my interests also includes Athletic activities such as freediving, mountain skiing, tennis and many others.
One of the results of interest to healthy lifestile includes the publication of the book