Romanovsky

Romanovsky Yuri Mikhailovich

Романовский Юрий Михайлович

Doctor of Physics and Mathematics 1976 – radio physics; professor 1985

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Primary affiliation

  • M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University, Physical Faculty
  • 119992 Moscow, Lengory, M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University, Physical Faculty, Russia

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Biographical information

Yury M. Romanovsky was born in 1929 in Moscow and graduated from the Faculty of Physics of the Lomonosov Moscow State University in 1952. After graduation he has been working at the Department of General Physics and Wave Processes, which belongs to the Faculty of Physics of the above-mentioned university. He received a candidate of science’s degree in physics and mathematics in 1961 and earned his doctorate in 1976 after completing a doctoral thesis on autowave processes in physics, chemistry and biology.

Scientific interests

brain biophysics, econophysics, molecular motors, mathematical biophysics

Main accomplishments of the author

At present, Yu.Romanovsky gives the following courses of lectures: “Autowave Processes”, “Laser Spectroscopy and Mathematical Models of Macromolecules”, as well as the interdepartmental course “Dynamical and Statistical Models in Econophysics”.

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Journal publications:

  1. Ketova K.V., Romanovsky Y.M., Rusyak I.G. Mathematical modeling of the human capital dynamic, Computer Research and Modeling, 2019, vol. 11, no. 2, pp. 329-342

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