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Boris Serdega

Serdega Boris Kirillovich (06/22/1941), doctoral thesis was defended in 1989,Full Professor of solid state physics

Creator and head of the laboratory of physics and technology of modulation polarimetry at the Institute of Semiconductor Physics named after V.E Lashkareva NAS

 Author of the monograph Modulation Polarimetry (2011), editor of the collective monograph Physics and Technique of Modulation Polarimetry (2018), author of more than 300 articles and about 30 patents of Ukraine; +38(044) 525 5778;  моб.  +38(097) 8898938

Faculty of Engineering and Physics (Department of Semiconductor Physics) of Odessa Polytechnic Institute, graduated in electronic engineering in 1969. Doctoral thesis was defended in 1989,Full Professor of solid state physics (2011).He is the founder and head of the laboratory of modulation polarization spectroscopy at the Institute of Semiconductor Physics V.E. Lashkarev NAS of Ukraine. The main directions of scientific activity: the study of electrophysical and photoelectric phenomena in crystals, in which the anisotropy of the dielectric properties is due to the influence of physical factors or is inherent in reflection phenomena. With his participation, the following were revealed: the effect of the transverse tensoEMF, the tensodiode effect, the intervalley diffusion-drift photoEMF and the photomagnetic effect, the even magnetoconcentration effect and the orientational dependence of the oscillator effect, the phonon component of the dichroism effect, and the effect of selective excitation of electrons by polarized light.

          Over the past 15 years, scientific activity has been concentrated in the direction of studying the action of physical factors (electric, magnetic temperature and deformation fields) on changing the dielectric properties of materials with the aim of using their results to create sensors, instruments and devices for various purposes.