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Andrei G. Lebed

physicist

Andrei G. Lebed, Ukrainian, Russian physicist. Achievements include the prediction of "Magic Angles" and new high magnetic field superconducting phase and study of triplet superconductivity. Recipient All-Soviet Union Youth League prize in physics, 1990.

Background

Lebed, Andrei G. was born on January 29, 1959 in Dniepropetrovsk, Ukraine. Son of Gregorii K. and Stella B. (Brusse) Lebed.

Education

Master of Science, MIPT, Moscow, 1982. Doctor of Philosophy, Landau Institute, Moscow, 1985.

Career

Young researcher Landau Institute, Moscow, 1985-1989, researcher, since 1990. Research associate BNL, Upton, 1989-1990. Professor Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan, 1995-1997, Osaka (Japan) Prefecture University, 1997-1998, Okayama (Japan) University, since 1998.

Visiting researcher University Paris, SUD, Orsay, 1991-1993, NHMFL, Tallahassee, 1993-1995.

Achievements

  • Achievements include the prediction of "Magic Angles" and new high magnetic field superconducting phase and study of triplet superconductivity.

Connections

Married Nataliia N. Bagmet, October 2, 1991.

father:
Gregorii K. Lebed

mother:
Stella B. (Brusse) Lebed

spouse:
Nataliia N. Bagmet