The Intern of the Center, Postgraduate Student Vyacheslav Neverov, Made a Presentation at the XXVII International Scientific Conference of Young Scientists
Vyacheslav Neverov made a presentati "Superconducting transition from type I to type II from the point of view of microscopic theories" at the XXVII International scientific conference of young scientists. The conference was held on the basis of the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research" - a large research center in the city of Dubna near Moscow. Traditionally, this conference gathers young scientists to discuss their research on a variety of topics related to physics and mathematics. The conference provides an opportunity for the young scientists at the beginning of their career to gain the necessary experience of speaking to a large audience and, also, communicating with colleagues.
Mr. Neverov's presentation was based on original works made by himself in co-authorship with the Center's intern, postgraduate student A. Lukyanov, as well as the Center's leading researchers Andrey Krasavin, Mikhail Kroitoru and Alexey Vagov. In these works, the details of how the magnetic properties of a superconductor change and, in particular, the spatial configuration of the magnetic field inside it, if the type of superconductivity gradually changes, were investigated. The conclusions of Mr. Neverov's report were based on the numerical solution of the equations of the microscopic theory of the Bogolyubov-de Gene type. To obtain it, an original approach was applied, developed by V. Neverov and A. Lukyanov. Based on the results of these studies, several scientific articles have been written, which are currently in the editorial offices of high-level international journals, Q1 and Q2.