Science events

Nov 16

Information about the radiophysical observatory

Interview with Professor Chernogor L.F. for the channel 2+2 about the radiophysical observatory, its constitution and tasks is situated on the web-site. General information about the radiophysical observatory The relevance of research conducted at the radiophysical observatory Radar receivers About modern radio communication Radar of Doppler sounding Decameter wave application Radio transmitting devices

Oct 25

Galileo Galilei Medal

The Galileo Galileo Medal (ICO) is awarded for its outstanding contribution to the development of optics. This year Alexander Nosich became the winner of this honorable award. Alexander Nosich received higher education, as well as both academic degrees, within the walls of our university, at our faculty. The commission decided on the award in early …

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Oct 09

Night of science

On 30.09 an annual event called “The Night of Science” was held in Kharkov. This event was attended by 5 higher educational institutions of Kharkov, including K.N.U. named after V.N. Karazin. At the disposal of visitors were the hall and the second floor of the main building, where ten locations were presented, connected with physics, …

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Oct 09

Cooperation with China

Recently, our university hosted a meeting with colleagues from Harbin University of Engineering (China). Within the framework of the meeting with the foreign delegation, an excursion to the museum was conducted and issues of partnership and cooperation were discussed. The delegation from China was headed by rector of Harbin University Yao Yu.

Oct 06

Biophysics is fashionable

On Wednesday, October 4, the Nobel Committee officially announced the names of the Nobel Prize winners-2017 in chemistry. It received three biophysics Jacques Dubois, Joachim Frank and Richard Henderson. Source The Scientists were awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for the development of high-resolution cryoelectron microscopy to determine the structures of biomolecules in solution. Cryoelectron …

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Oct 05

Congratulations on the successful defense!

A graduate of our faculty, Valentyna Kuznetsova, defended her Ph.D. thesis at the University of South Bohemia in Cesek Budejovice. That’s what Valentyna recalls about her scientific career and about her studies at our faculty. “In the summer of 2011, I graduated from the Radiophysics Faculty of KhNU. V.N. Karazin specializing in physical and biomedical …

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Sep 21

Congratulations to our young scientists!

In August of this year, young scientists of our faculty presented the projects of three scientific papers for the competition of scientific projects of scientific works and scientific and technical (experimental) developments of young scientists, which is being conducted by the Ministry of Education of Ukraine in 2017. September 19, 2017 The Tender Committee of …

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Aug 23

Scientific achievements of our employee

Within the framework of the cooperation between the Ukrainian-German Academic Center of the KNU named after V.N. Karazin with the Laser Center of Hanover, the scientist of school of Radiophysics, Biomedical Electronics and Computer Systems Antonenko E.A., two experimental approaches were studied to obtain the stabilization effect of an aqueous suspension: ozonization of a suspension …

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Jul 06

Our graduate is a professional engineering doctor!

In June 2017, the graduate of our faculty Antonov Alexander at the University of Twente (the Netherlands) successfully defended the diploma of a professional engineer in optics and semiconductor technology for his work on the SMILE project “Smart Multilayer Interactive Optis for Lithography at Extreme UV wavelengths” Semiconductor technology Here is what Alexander tells about …

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Jul 05

Scientific research in the laser center of Hanover

As part of the cooperation between the Kharkiv National University named after V.N.Karazin with the Laser Center of Hanover, with the support of the pro-rector for scientific work of Professor V.A. Katrich, joint research of a group of scientists was conducted. Among them one would like to single out the representatives of our faculty: the …

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