ETU scientists became the best scientific book authors.
ETU scientists became prizewinners of all-Russian competition for the best scientific book of 2016. This competition was organized by Home Education Development Fund in order to support research activities.
Members of the authors team include Head of Department of Radio Microelectronics and Radio Equipment Technology (MIT) of ETU “LETI”, D.Sc. in engineering Viktor A. Tupik, professor of the MIT Department, D.Sc. in engineeringVladimir I. Margolin and SRDC “AVERS” chief executive officer, Doctor of Military Science, D.Sc. in engineering Vladimir I. Grachev. The scientists were awarded the diploma of prizewinners of all-Russian competition for the best scientific book of 2016 among university professors and research scientists of research establishments in the field of “Engineering sciences” for the monograph “Weak and superweak effects in nanotechnology, biology and medicine”.
This monograph deals with the subject of influence of weak electromagnetic fields, currents and incoherent electromagnetic radiation, phenomena of photomechanical memory and interference effects produced by diffraction gratings of complex shape during their influence on the processes in nanotechnologies and on biological objects. Authors considered fixed, variable and pulsed magnetic, electric, acoustic and electromagnetic fields as the example of physical fields. Special attention was paid to the influence of the structured electromagnetic fields on the processes of synthesis of film structures on the ground of self-organization.
For the first time there was described in details the mechanism of influence of incoherent electromagnetic radiation in the visible sunlight spectrum on the plant and animal cells, as well as on the tissues and organs of animals and humans. The laws of photobiological transformations and perspectives of application of visible spectrum of light in medicine of the future were described for the first time either.
The monograph is based on scientific material about experimentally found effect of weak and superweak effects of different nature on different physical and biological objects and processes, that material was collected as part of the research work of the MIT Department in the field of “Fractal nanotechnology” (study leaders: professor V.A. Tupik, professor V.I. Margolin and associate professor V.S. Fantikov).
In special chapter devoted to the phototherapy there were showed the results of experimental research of the effect of the light on living organisms. This research was conducted by SRDC “AVERS” and includes research on therapeutic intervention of light during treatment of health problems, which was undertaken by V.I. Grachev with the use of medical items, which were developed, produced and certified by SRDC “AVERS”.
The authors are sure that experimental research and understanding of physical mechanisms, responsible for producing of weak and superweak effects, may become the fundamental principle for groundbreaking technology innovations in many fields of human activity.
The book “Weak and superweak effects in nanotechnology, biology and medicine” is intended for teachers, graduates and senior students, studying upon master, specialist and bachelor programs in the field of nanotechnology, biology and medicine.
Previously “LETI” scientists V.A. Tupik and V.I.Margolin as a part of authoring team published the following monographs: “Basics of synthesis of nanosized particles and films” (2014),“Methods of synthesis of nanosized structures” (2013), “Physicochemical processes of nanosized objects synthesis” (2012), textbooks with the stamp of EMA “Physical basics of microelectronics” (2008), “Introduction to nanotechnology” (2012), “Basics of nanotechnology” (2014); several scientific articles on the problem of the effect of weak electromagnetic fields on the nanotechnology processes.
Home Education Development Fund annually provides all-Russian competition for the best scientific book for university professors and research scientists of research establishments in order to support research activities. The competition is held in the field of following studies: “Economics and Management”; “Jurisprudence”; “Pedagogy and psychology”; “Humanities” and “Technical sciences”.