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My research is in statistical and quantum mechanics of mesoscopic systems - systems that have intermediate sizes between atomic (elementary) and macroscopic ones. I am trying to determine simple generic laws that would help us to use and control such systems.
I obtained Ph.D. in condensed matter theory in 2004 (advisor - Prof. Valery Pokrovsky) and then I became a postdoc at U. Texas, Austin, working with Prof. Qian Niu and Prof. Allan H. MacDonald on the theory of the anomalous Hall effect. In 2006, I joined Los Alamos National Laboratory, in which I am currently a scientist staff member. My undergraduate school was Belarus State University, Minsk.
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