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Candidate of Science in Physics and Mathematics
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Professor at the University of Western Australia

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Mikhail Pavlovich Kostylev is a renowned expert in magnonics, magnetisation dynamics, and microwave spintronics. The professor was the first to propose and experimentally demonstrate that spin waves in ferromagnetic films are promising information carriers in physical reservoir computers. He was also the first to propose and demonstrate a new method for the detection of magnetic nanoparticles for biomedical applications.


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Leading scientist's research interests: magnetism, spintronics, wave processes, quantum information.

Scientific recognition
Awards and achievements:

2015 — Chancellor's award for academic achievements (University of Western Australia).

2005 — personal scholarship for foreign researchers (Australian Research Council).

2000 — top-level personal scholarship (Government of France).

1993 — personal academic scholarship (DAAD — German Academic Exchange Service).

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