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Invited researcher

Sergey Apollonovich Nikitov

Metamaterials Laboratory
Year of birth
Academic degree
Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences

Corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, director of the Institute of Radio-engineering and Electronics by the Russian Academy of Science

General information

Leading scientist's research interests: Informatics, physics, electronics, radiooptics, electroacoustics devices, ultrasound and infrasound devices, hydroacoustic equipment, instrument engineering, general and complex problems and technological and applied sciences and areas of national economy, printing, inventing, inventions, rationalization

Quote by the head of the laboratory: The Saratow State University «feels like home» for me — we have submitted an application and won! My mistake was that I wanted to embrace everything. We had a very big laboratory. Now there's only a half left of it but this is a world-class laboratory. This is signified by our publications and grants, including European ones, that we win.

Scientific recognition

Awards and achievements:

2009 – Government of the Russian Federation Prize for scientific achievements in physics.

1984 – Lenin Komsomol Prize in physics.

1981 – Moscow Region Komosomol Prize in physics.

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