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Larysa Vasilievna Shlyk

Larysa Vasilievna Shlyk, Russian, American physicist, researcher. Achievements include invention of in field of superconductivity. Member of Ukrainian Physical Society.

Background

  • Shlyk, Larysa Vasilievna was born on October 7, 1959 in Nakhodka, Russia. Daughter of Vasilii Shlyk and Anastasiya Dobroslavskaya.

  • Education

    • Master of Science in Solid State Physics, Karkov State University, Ukraine, 1986. Doctor of Philosophy in Solid State Chemistry, W. Trzebiatowski Institute Low Temperature and Structure Research, Wroclaw, Poland, 1995.

    Career

    • Research scientist Wan-der-Vaals Zeeman Laboratory, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1997, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, 1999—2000, Leibniz Institute Solid State/Materials Research and Development, Dresden, Germany, since 2000. Visiting scientist department physics University Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1997, University Kentucky, Lexington, 1997—1998. Visiting professor department quantum electronics University Campinas, Brazil, 1999—2000.

      Research scientist Institute Low Temperature Physical Engineering, Kharkov, 1990—2001, Institute Low Temperature Structure Research, Wroclaw, 1992—1995. North Atlantic Treaty Organization postdoctoral fellow Instituto Technologico E Nuclear, Lisbon, Portugal, 1995—1996.

    Major achievements

    • Achievements include invention of in field of superconductivity.

    Works

    • Contributor articles to professional publications.

    Membership

    Member of Ukrainian Physical Society.

    Personality

    Interests

    Music.

    Connections

    • father: Vasilii Shlyk
    • mother: Anastasiya Dobroslavskaya
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    Born October 7, 1959
    (age 57)
    Nationality
    • 1986
      Karkov State University
    • 1995
      W. Trzebiatowski Institute Low Temperature and Structure Research
    • 1997
      Research scientist, Wan-der-Vaals Zeeman Laboratory
      Amsterdam, New York, United States
    • 1997
      visiting scientist, department physics University Michigan
      Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States
    • 1997 - 1998
      visiting scientist, department physics University Michigan
      Lexington, Kentucky, United States
    • 1999
      visiting professor, department quantum electronics University Campinas
      Brazil
    • 1999
      Research scientist, Wan-der-Vaals Zeeman Laboratory
      University Park, Pennsylvania, United States