Staff

Theoretical research in phase transitions and critical phenomena: simple and complex liquids, electrolytes and liquid metals; nonequilibrium dynamical transitions in the systems of self-propelling or active Brownian particles, point-like and low-dimensional quantum defects in condensed matter.
Certificates: APTIS-C, Wolfram certified instructor,(Guide to Programming with WL), MATLAB
Lecturing courses
  • Quantum mechanics
  • Nonequilibrium statistical physics
  • Special couses
  • Superconductivity
  • Computer modelling of physical processes
  • Wolfram Mathematica for PhD students (prospective, elective)
Supervision of BS, MS, and PhD students.

Latest publications

A. Katts, V. Kulinskii. Parameters of the Liquid–Gas-State Triangle for Hard-Core Attractive Yukawa Fluids. J. Phys. Chem. B (2023)

A. Katts, V. Kulinskii. Global isomorphism approach: attractive Yukawa fluid, 2D case. Journal of Molecular Liquids (2023) 122736

A. Katts, V. L. Kulinskii. Hard-core attractive Yukawa fluid global isomorphism with the lattice gas model. J. Chem. Phys. 156 (2022) 244104 // Link

Vladimir Kulinskii, Dmitry Yurievich Panchenko. Singular spin-flip interactions for the 1D Schrödinger operator. Phys. Scr. 95 (2020) 015205

V.L. Kulinskii, D.Yu. Panchenko. Mass-jump and mass-bump boundary conditions for singular self-adjoint extensions of the Schrödinger operator in one dimension. Annals of Physics 404 (2019) 47-56 // Link