Krevchik Vladimir Dmitrievich



Penza State University
440026, Penza, 40 Krasnaya St.
Phone: +7 (8412) 368266

Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Professor, Honored Scientist of the Russian Federation

Dean of the Faculty of Instrument Engineering, Information Technologies and Electronics of Penza State University

Optics of semiconductor nanostructures with impurity centers. Even at an early stage of the development of semiconductor nanoelectronics, the scientific works byV.D. Krevchik, which formed the basis of his PhD thesis, made a significant contribution to the development of optoelectronics and the theory of impurity centers in low-dimensional systems.

In 2006, being invited by the leadership of the Center for Nanotechnology at the University of Tokyo, he made a report “Impurity Absorption of Light in Structures with Quantum Dots”, as well as a report “On the possibility of using a nanoprobe with a surface sensitive luminescence spectrum to determine mechanical stress in a silicon substrate” at a scientific seminar, organized by experts from “Tokyo Instruments Corporation

Krevchik V.D. is the Head of one of the scientific schools of the University “Physics of Electronic Processes in Low Dimensional Systems”, the subject of which refers to the list of critical technologies of the Russian Federation - nanotechnology and nanomaterials, and is also related to one of the priority directions of development of science, technology and technique of the Russian Federation - the industry of nanosystems and materials. Two doctoral and 25 PhD theses were defended. Since 2003, Krevchik V.D. is a member of the regional dissertation council for the defense of doctoral and PhD theses at Ulyanovsk State University and Ogarev Mordovia State University

Member of the education board for physics of EMA (Education and Methodics Association) for classical university education of the Russian Federation, is an honorary professor of the Institute for Basic Research (Florida, USA) and the European Academy of Informatization, elected a corresponding member of the NON-Commercial Partnership “International Teacher’s Training Academy of Science”

In 2003 V.D. Krevchik was awarded a Certificate of Appreciation from the Volga Association of State Universities for achievements in the field of fundamental and applied research. In 2004, he was awarded a scholarship from the governor of the Penza Region for achievements in the field of training of highly qualified personnel, and in 2005, V.D. Krevchik was awarded the Certificate of Honour of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation for merits in scientific and pedagogical activity. His research subjects were awarded grants from the Tokyo International Medical Center. In 2009, by Decree of the President of the Russian Federation, V.D. Krevchik was awarded a title “Honored Scientist of the Russian Federation”.

2003 – Krevchik V.D. is the Deputy Chief Editor and then Editor-in-chief of the journal “University proceedings. Volga region. Physical and mathematical sciences”

2002 – is a member of the Program Committee of the All-Russian Youth Scientific School “Materials of nano-, micro-, optoelectronics and fiber optics: physical properties and applications”. Among the lectures given by V.D. Krevchik in the framework of this school: “Optical properties of quasi-zero-dimensional structures with defect centers”, “Model related to A0 exciton center in quantum dot in the adiabatic approximation”, “Introduction to the theory of quantum information.


1. Aringazin A.K., Dahnovsky Yu.I., KrevchikV.D., Ovchinnikov A.A., Semenov M.B., K. Yamamoto, “Two-dimensional tunnel correlations with dissipation,” Phys. Rev.B. vol. 68, 2003, pp. 155426 (1-12).
2. Dahnovsky Yu.I., Krivnov V.Ya., Krevchik V.D., Semenov M.B., Yamamoto K., “Transfer processes in low - dimensional systems” (memorial collection of articles, dedicated to prof. A.A. Ovchinnikov and A.I. Larkin’s memory), 2005, UT Research Institute Press, Tokyo, Japan, 690 P. Publication of this book was supported by Nobel prize winner – 2003, prof. A.J. Leggett.
3. Controllable dissipative tunneling. Tunnel transport in low-dimensional systems (a collective monograph dedicated to the memory of academician of RAS A.I. Larkin, edited by Nobel laureate A. Leggett, with the editorial assistance of V.D. Krevchik, M. B. Semenov, K. Yamamoto etc.). Moscow: Publishing House Fizmatlit. 2011, p. 495.
4. Krevchik V.D., Zaitsev R.V., Evstifeev V.V., “On the theory of photoionization deep impurity centers in a parabolic quantum well,” Semiconductors, 2000, vol. 34, no. 10, p. 1244.
5. Krevchik V.D., Zaitsev R.V.,” Impurity absorption of light in structures with quantum dots,” Physics of the Solid State, 2001, vol. 43, no. 3, p. 504.
6. Krevchik V.D., Grunin A.B., Zaitsev R.V., “Anisotropy of the magneto-optical absorption of quantum dot–impurity center complex,” Semiconductors, 2002, vol. 36, no. 10, p. 1225.
7. V.D. Krevchik, M.B. Semenov, R.V. Zaitsev, Quantum Dots: Research, Technology and Applications (joint monograph): Nova Publishers (Editor: Randolf W. Knoss). 2008. 450 p.
8. V.D. Krevchik, M. B. Semenov, R.V. Zaitsev, A.K. Aryngazin, K. Yamamoto, P.V. Krevchik, “Dissipative tunneling and low-dimension structure optics,” University Proceedings. Volga region. Physics and mathematics, 2013, no. 1, pp. 159-180.
9. V.D. Krevchik, M.B. Semenov, R.V. Zaitsev, “Influence of local phonon modes of broad band matrix upon tunnel volt ampere characteristics for structures with quantum dots in combined AFM/STM system,” Nanotechnics, 2013, no. 2, pp. 93-101.
10. V.Ch. Zhukovskii, V.D. Krevchik, A.B. Grunin, M.B. Semenov, R.V. Zaitsev, “The nonlinear optical properties of nanotubes with spiral defects in a longitudinal magnetic field,” Moscow State University Bulletin. Series 3. Physics and Astronomy, 2014, no. 1, pp. 72.
11. V.Ch. Zhukovsky, V.D. Krevchik, M.B. Semenov, R.V. Zaitsev, D.O. Filatov, P.V. Krevchik, A.A. Bukharaev, “Influence of local phonon modes of broad band matrix upon tunnel volt ampere characteristics of quasi-zero-dimensional structures,” Moscow State University Bulletin. Series 3. Physics and Astronomy, 2014, no. 4, pp. 65-71.




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