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Nikolay V. Kudrevatykh has Graduated from the Ural State University named after M. Gorky, physicist, 1964-1969. Postgraduate course at the Ural State University, candidate of physics and mathematics degree (PhD), 1977. From 1980 to1981 years at Great Britain, Southampton University, “A Study of Magnetostriction Properties of R2(Co,Fe)17 intermetallic compounds using single crystal samples”. From 1995 year – Spain, Zaragoza University, “Magnetic Anisotropy Investigation in the RFe11Ti Intermetallic Compounds From 1988 year till now days – Head of the Solid State Magnetism Dep-t in the Institute of Physics and Applied Mathematics of Ural Federal University (before 2009 - Ural State University).. From July of 2004 Year until September 2014 Year – Director of the Institute of Physics and Applied Mathematics. Professor of the Magnetism & Magnetic Nanomaterials Chair in the Institute of Natural Sciences & Mathematics at Ural Federal University.Awarded by the Silver Medal of VDNH USSR Exhibition (1989) for the development of the Thermally Stable Rare-Earth Permanent Magnets. Polzunov Prize-winner in the Inventions Activity of Middle Ural Region (2000) Geneva Gold Medal winner at the Internarial Saloon of Inventions & Innovations (2008). Member of Russian Federation Nano technological Society. Scientific supervisor of 15 Russia State Budget Research Projects, 12 Applied Projects for Industry and 5 Personal Grants in Solid State Physics and Magnetism. Postgraduate student’s supervisor for PhD degree (6 persons). A secretary of the PhD and Doctoral Dissertation Degree Council (physics and mathematics) at Ural State University. Permanent Magnets Section Member at the Russian Academy Council for Magnetism Problem. Participant of more than 20 International Conferences, including the participation in their Organizing Committees (ICPM in Suzdal, Russia). The author of 18 inventions and patents, and more than 200 scientific publications.
Magnetostriction, Magnetic Anisotropy