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                                        CURRICULUM VITAE

                                    ROSTISLAV A. TARATUTA

                        Phone:718 -344-4904, email: r.tr@verizon.net

 

                  AREAS OF INTERESTS

 

               Theoretical and Mathematical Physics:

Applied Concepts of  Statistical Mechanics and Quantum Mechanics; Quantum Field Theory.

 

 

               EDUCATION AND ACADEMIC DEGREES

 

1979‑     Combined Bachelor and Master of Science Degree (B.S,M.S.) in Physics from

1985       Kiev State University, Kiev, UkrSSR;

               specialty­ in Radiophysics and Electronics (Non‑Linear Optics), Honours Degree.

 

1985 ‑    Full‑time post‑graduate study at the UkrSSR Acad. Sci. Institute of Semiconductors,

1988       Department of Optoelectronics and Optics.

 

1985‑     Degree of Candidate of Sciences (Ph.D.) in Physics and Mathematics;

1991      specialty in  Physics of Semiconductor and Dielectrics (thesis defended at the

              UkrSSR Acad. Sci. Institute of Semiconductors, Kiev, UkrSSR).

 

Dissertation topic :  Investigation of Non‑Linear Dissipative Optical Phenomena in

                                Semiconductors.        

 

                        

              PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

 

1988  ‑   Research Scientist with the UkrSSR Acad. Sci. Institute of Semiconductors.

1992 

                 

              RESEARCH ACTIVITY / ACCOMPLISHMENTS

                   

1984  -   New Holographic Type Parametric Light Scattering(HTPLS) in lithium tanthalate

1985      crystals was found.

             

              The theoretical analysis held had shown the possibi­lities for HTPLS of B and C types

              existence, with the mu‑factors for the latter calculated.

              (Sol. State Phys., 1986).

 

1985 -   Theory of Non‑Linear Dissipative Optical Phenomena in Semiconductors.

1990     

              Behavior of Highly Non‑Equilibrium System of Fren­kel’s Excitons in the Intensive

              Resonance Electro-­magnetic Emission Field was studied.        

     

      1985 ‑ Method of Non‑Equilibrium Diagram Technique by Keldysh mathematically

      1988   expanded in particular, suggested a method of disengaging series of diagrams of the

          Perturbation Theory;            

                 while calculating average magnitudes for opera­tors, Energetic Quasieigenfunctions

                 are introduced. Such functions are shown tobe satisfying the samerelations as the

                 Energetic Eigenfunctions in the Diagram Technique by Keldish have.

                 (Phys. Letters A., 1990; Ukr. Phys. Journ., 1990);

                 (Optics Comm., 1994; Ukr. Phys. Journ., 1994).

 

   1989 ‑The problem of intensive Electromagnetic Wave Penetration through Crystal is   

1990    solved;    

           in particular, System of Maxwell Equations for Field Envelopes, together with

            Non‑Linear Boundary Conditions on Natural Crystal Faces, are received.

                  (Recent Developments in Molecular Spectroscopy. Singapore, 1989).

 

1991-     Theory of Objects' Emission in Conditions of  Non‑Geometrical Optics.

1995      

               In physics of electromagnetic radiation action, objects are considered from the

               viewpoint of  its physical characteristics  and are conditionally subdivided into

               semiconductors, conductors, and dielectrics.              

               Investigated physical objects have thickness in one direction, which is less than or

               equal to the emission wave length. Obtained results to be applied to the investigation

               and diagnostics of the objects that satisfy the above conditions.

 

1998,      Formulated a new mechanism to explain the origin of mass.

2009-

2013     

 

      1998 -  The theory originally addressed the subject of obtaining masses by vector gauge

                   bosons, however, the suggested approach is different from the Higgs mechanism.

                   It includes topological issues and specifies the property and characteristic radiation

                   of physical vacuum.

                   In the framework of the outlined approach the subject of dark energy and dark matter

                   is addressed. It is shown that the origin and the mathematical description of dark

                   sector naturally follows from a specified mechanism.

                          

 

       2009 - As the theory spans over the cosmological sector and includes aforementioned items,

       2013    it incorporates the complete Lagrangian of the theory, EoM and canonically

                   quantized gravitational field. It was checked for the asymptotic behavior and

                   coincides with Einstein eq. within appropriate limits.  

             

2006  -   A quantum statistical mechanics of non- observables was developed .

                            

               Presented a general expression of the interaction Hamiltonian for pair interaction,

               which can be used in Schrödinger’s equation and can be applied to any many-object

               mathematical modeling;

               a stochastic process was formulated based on parallelism between stochastic approach

               and quantum mechanics. This stochastic process is not restricted by assumptions of   

               independent and identically distributed random variables, and is related to correlated

               and non-normally distributed data.

 

                  Key accomplishments:

 

                  Formulated a probabilistic (quantum mechanical) model designed for predicting future

               values in time series.

 

   
              LIST OF MAIN PUBLICATIONS

 

1.     K. G.Belabayev, I.N.Kiseleva, V.V.Obukhovskiy, S.G.Odulov, R. A.Taratuta

New Holographic Type Parametric Light Scattering in Lithium Tanthalate Crystals //

Solid State Physics. , 1986. - No-2. - Pgs. 575‑578.

 

2.     A.M.Yaremko, R.A.Taratuta, T. A.Gavrilko

      Non‑Linear Effects and Bistability in Frenkel's System of Vibrational Excitons // In:

      Recent Developments in Molecular Spectroscopy/ ‑ Singapore: World Scientific, 1989. –

      Pgs. 724‑734.

 

3.     M. P.Lisitsa, R. A. Taratuta, A.M. Yaremko

      Non‑Linear Phenomena and Multiphoton Transition in the Exciton Region of Spectrum

      // Phys. Letters A., 1990. ‑ V.148, No‑3‑4. ‑ Pgs.204‑206.

 

4.     M. P.Lisitsa, A.M. Yaremko, R.A. Taratuta

      Non‑Equilibrium Green Functions Method in the Problem of Optical Non‑Linearities //

      Optics Comm., 105, 89, 1994.


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