Bagmut Aleksandr Grigorevich
Bagmut Aleksandr Grigorevich is Head of the Department of Theoretical and Experimental Physics, Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Professor, author and co-author of more than 230 scientific papers in the field of electron microscopy, structure and phase transformations in thin films, a member of the European Microscopy Society.
Born on January 27, 1949 in the city of Leningrad (currently — St. Petersburg, Russian Federation). In 1972 he graduated from the Faculty of Physics and Technology of A. M. Gorky Kharkiv State University. (currently — V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University). For three years he worked as a junior research fellow at National Science Center «Kharkiv Institute of Physics and Technology».
Since 1975 he has been working at the Department of Theoretical and Experimental Physics of Kharkiv Polytechnic Institute (nowadays — National Technical University «Kharkiv Polytechnic Institute», where, under the supervision of Professor V. M. Kosevich he defended PhD and then Doctoral Theses.
Since 2006 is Head of the Department of Theoretical and Experimental Physics of National Technical University «Kharkiv Polytechnic Institute».
Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences since 2004
Professor since 2007
Teaches disciplines: general physics, electron microscopy, imperfections of crystal lattices and strength physics.
The main areas scientific investigations:
electron microscopy of thin films;
structure formation and phase transformations in films obtained by thermal and laser sputtering of a substance.
Aleksandr Grigorevich’s uncle Ivan Andrianovich Bagmut — a famous Ukrainian Soviet writer, a winner of the Lesya Ukrainka Literary Prize (1973). He worked in the genre of children's literature. The author of books about the Great Patriotic War, travel notes, essays, plays, writings for children and youth.