Dr. Andriy Kovalskiy

Career, Employment & Education

Employers, Positions

Department of Physics and Astronomy 
Austin Peay State University (Clarksville, TN, USA)
  • Fall 2016 - current - Professor
  • Fall 2011- Spring 2016 – Associate Professor                                            
PHYS 4170 Special Topics in Physics: Materials
PHYS 4161 Research Experience
PHYS 4151 Research Experience
PHYS 3701 Advanced Lab
PHYS 3050 Intro to Circuits
PHYS 3051 Circuits Labs
PHYS 3060 Advanced Circuits
PHYS 3061 Advanced Circuits Labs
PHYS 3100 Optics
PHYS 3101 Optics Labs
PHYS 3550 Experimental Methods
PHYS 3551 Experimental Physics Labs
PHYS 3700 Intro to Modern Physics
PHYS 3701 Modern Physics Labs
PHYS 2110/2120 University Physics
PHYS 2112121 University Physics Labs
PHYS 2010/2020 College Physics
PHYS 2011/2021 College Physics Labs
PHYS 2468 Intro Honors Work in Physics
ASTR 1021 Stellar Astronomy Lab
ASTR 1011 Planetary Astronomy Lab
Materials Science & Engineering Department                                                          Lehigh University (Bethlehem, PA, USA)
  • 2006-2011 – Research Associate & Project Leader
  • Fall 2010  – Adjunct Lecturer

Course: MAT 033 (Engineering Materials & Processes)

  • 2004-2006 – Visiting Scientist

Warren County Community College (Washington, NJ)

  • Spring 2011  – Adjunct Instructor                                                                  Course: PHY 211 (General Physics)

Institute of Materials                                                                                        Scientific Research Company “Carat” (Lviv, Ukraine)

  • Principal Researcher (Semiconducting Glass & Ceramics), 1994-2000, 2004
  • Senior Researcher (Semiconducting Glass & Ceramics)
  • Researcher (Semiconducting Glass & Ceramics)
  • Engineer (Reliability and Durability of Electronic Materials)

Department of Semiconductor Electronics & Department of Electronic Devices                Lviv Polytechnic National University (Lviv, Ukraine) 

  • Habilitation Research Fellow (Radiation-Induced Effects in Glasses), 2000-2004
  • Lecturer, Assistant & Associate Professor (part-time), 1996-2002

Department of Chemical Engineering                                                                 University of Applied Sciences (Muenster, Germany) 

  • Visiting Scientist (NTC ceramics), 2001

Faculty of Electronics & Information Technologies                                                 Warsaw University of Technology (Poland) 

  • Visiting Scientist (Relaxation in Glasses), 1999

"Sensor" Ltd (Drohobych, Ukraine)

  •  Director (part-time), 1996-2002


  • Ph.D. in Physical and Mathematical Sciences ("Solid State Physics"), dissertation “The features of formation and radiation modification of atomic and electron-defect subsystems in vitreous bismuth-containing arsenic selenides”, Lviv State University, Ukraine (now – Ivan Franko National University in Lviv)  World Education Services (WES) evaluation available 
  • Bachelor's and Master's degree in Electronics, specialization: Radiophysics - Radioelectronic Materials Engineering, thesis "Photoelectrical properties of vitreous arsenic chalcogenides", Physics Department, Lviv State University, Ukraine (now – Ivan Franko National University in Lviv) WES evaluation available   

 Supplementary training:

  • Certificate on Higher Courses on Patenting and Inventions at State  Committee of the USSR for Inventions and Discoveries
  • Certificate of Chemist - Laboratory Assistant - Special Course within Secondary School program, Qualification Commission of Lviv Polytechnic Institute
  • Certificate on Extramural English Language Course at Lviv State University, Ukraine