Alexander F. Andreev

Summary

Alexander Fyodorovich Andreev (Russian: Александр Фёдорович Андреев, born 1939 in Leningrad) is a Russian theoretical physicist best known for explaining the eponymous Andreev reflection.[1] Andreev was educated at the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, starting in 1959 and graduating ahead of schedule in 1961, having been mentored by Landau.[2]

Alexander Fyodorovich Andreev
NationalityRussian
Alma materMoscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Known forAndreev reflection
AwardsDemidov Prize
Scientific career
Fieldssuperconductivity, quantum liquids and solids, surface phenomena and magnetism
InstitutionsInstitute for Physical Problems, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Since 1979, Andreev has been a professor at the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology. He focuses on the physics of superconductivity, quantum liquids and solids, surface phenomena, and magnetism.

He was a vice-President of the Russian Academy of Sciences (1991—2013).

PrizesEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Andreev, AF (1965). "Thermal Conductivity of the Intermediate State of Superconductors. II". Soviet Physics JETP. 20 (6).
  2. ^ Abrikosov, AA; et al. (2010). "Aleksandr Fedorovich Andreev (on his 70th birthday)". Physics-Uspekhi. 53 (1): 103. Bibcode:2010PhyU...53..103A. doi:10.3367/ufne.0180.201001j.0109.
  3. ^ Академику Андрееву Александру Федоровичу - 70 лет! / RAS, 10 December 2009 (in Russian)
  4. ^ "Pomeranchuk Prize". Archived from the original on 2014-12-16. Retrieved 2018-10-10.
  5. ^ John Bardeen Prize