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Svetlana Alexandrovna Vitusevich

physicist

Svetlana Alexandrovna Vitusevich, Ukrainian physicist. Achievements include 7 patents; among them 2 for semiconductor functional transformers; research in high frequency oscillators. Alexander von Humboldt research fellow, 1997-1999; visiting research program grantee Office Naval Research, Osaka, Japan, 2000.

Background

Vitusevich, Svetlana Alexandrovna was born on September 12, 1959 in Kiev, Ukraine, The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Daughter of Alexander Illich and Gertruda Vasilevna Klimusheva.

Education

Master of Science in Radiophysics and Electronics, Kiev State University, 1981. Candidate of Science in Physics and Mathematics, Institute Semiconductor Physics, Ukraine, 1991. Doctor of Science in Physics and Mathematics, Institute Semiconductor Physics, Ukraine, 2006.

Career

Engineer Institute Semiconductor Physics National Academy of Sciences, Ukraine, 1981-1985. Junior scientific researcher, 1985-1992. Scientific researcher, 1992-1994.

Senior scientific researcher, since 1994. Visiting research scientist Institute Physics, Warsaw, Poland, 1994-1996, Research Institute of Technology Physics, Budapest, Hungary, 1996, 97, Research Institute Metals, Tsukuba, Japan, 1997, Forschungszentrum Jülich (Germany), since 1997.

Achievements

  • Achievements include 7 patents. Among them 2 for semiconductor functional transformers. Research in high frequency oscillators.

Works

  • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Connections

Married Victor Timofeevich Vitusevich, March 1, 1980. Children: Mariya, Anastasiya.

father:
Alexander Illich

mother:
Gertruda Vasilevna Klimusheva

spouse:
Victor Timofeevich Vitusevich

children:
Mariya Vitusevich

Anastasiya Vitusevich