### Career

lexander obtained a doctoral in physical and mathematical sciences in 1990 to the national Academy of the sciences of Belarus.

Alexander
obtained a doctoral in physical and mathematical sciences in 1990 to the
national Academy of the sciences of Belarus. In 1997 he became a Research
Professor.Since,
Alexander is a researcher to the nuclear Research institute in Minsk. He made
numerous collaborations within the framework of international projects in
particular with Greece, Russia, Germany and France.

lexander obtained a doctoral in physical and mathematical sciences in 1990 to the national Academy of the sciences of Belarus.

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- Acoustic response from a bubble pulsating near a fluid layer of finite density and thickness
- Theoretical investigation of shear stress generated by a contrast microbubble on the cell membrane as a mechanism for sonoporation
- New theoretical models for lipid‐shelled ultrasound contrast agents
- Cleaning of semiconductor substrates by controlled cavitation
- Maxwell rheological model for lipid-shelled ultrasound microbubble contrast agents
- Spatio-temporal dynamics of an encapsulated gas bubble in an ultrasound field
- Equations of coupled radial and translational motions of a bubble in a weakly compressible liquid
- Time delays in coupled multibubble systems (L)
- Cavitation bubble-driven cell and particle behavior in an ultrasound standing wave
- Mathematical model for collective bubble dynamics in strong ultrasound fields
- Doinikov Alexander A. Translational motion of a spherical bubble in an acoustic standing wave of high intensity
- Viscous effects on the interaction force between two small gas bubbles in a weak acoustic field
- Translational motion of two interacting bubbles in a strong acoustic field
- Influence of neighboring bubbles on the primary Bjerknes force acting on a small cavitation bubble in a strong acoustic field
- Bjerknes forces between two bubbles in a viscous fluid
- Effects of the second harmonic on the secondary Bjerknes force
- Acoustic radiation forces on bubbles in real fluids
- Acoustic radiation force on a bubble: Viscous and thermal effects
- Radiation forces between two bubbles in a compressible liquid
- Dissipative effects on Bjerknes forces between two bubbles
- Acoustic radiation force on a spherical particle in a viscous heat-conducting fluid. The third. Force on a liquid drop
- Acoustic radiation force on a spherical particle in a viscous heat-conducting fluid. The second. Force on a rigid sphere
- Acoustic radiation force on a spherical particle in a viscous heat-conducting fluid. I. General formula
- Theory of acoustic radiation pressure for actual fluids
- On the radiation pressure on small spheres
- On the ‘‘bubble grapes’’ induced by a sound field
- Mutual interaction between a bubble and a drop in a sound field
- Acoustic radiation force on a rigid sphere in a viscous heat‐conducting fluid
- On the mutual interaction of two gas bubbles in a sound field
- Radiation force due to a spherical sound field on a rigid sphere in a viscous fluid