Professor Vladimir Vladimirov
Diploma in Physics and Applied Mathematics (Novosibirsk University), PhD-Candidate of Science in Physics and Mathematics (Novosibirsk and Moscow), DrSci-Doctor of Sciences in Physics and Mathematics (Novosibirsk and Moscow)
Applied Mathematics and Fluid Dynamics with special interests in: Asymptotic and Averaging Methods; Direct Lyapunov Method; Vibrodynamics; Hydrodynamic Stability; Arnold's Stability; Vortex Dynamics; Geophysical Fluid Dynamics; Magneto-Hydrodynamics (MHD); Liquid Crystals; Biological Fluid Dynamics; Microhydrodynamics; Micro-Robots.
Recognition and Awards
Publications and Research Grants
Above 100 refereed research papers, 2 monographs; 21 research grants from various funding agencies since 1990.
Dumbbell micro-robot driven by flow oscillations. Journal of Fluid Mechanics. 717(Rapid publications, 2013):1-11.. 2013.
Magnetohydrodynamic drift equations: from Langmuir circulations to magnetohydrodynamic dynamo? Journal of Fluid Mechanics. 698:51-61.. 2012.
Planar Inviscid Flows in a Channel of Finite Length: Washout, Trapping, and Self-oscillations of Vorticity. Journal of Fluid Mechanics. 659:420-472.. 2010.
Modelling of Electromigration and Electroosmisis in a Planar Microchannel. Izvestiya vuzov Severo-Kavkazskii region, Series of Natural Sciences. (Special issue: Topical Problems in Mathematical Hydrodynamics):46-50.. 2009.
Theory of rotating electrohydrodynamic flow in a liquid film. Phys.Rev.E. 80(041603)(4 ):12-39.. 2009.
Viscous Flows in a Half Space Caused by Tangential Vibrations on Its Boundary. Studies in Applied Mathematics. 121:337-367.. 2008.
Dynamics of a Solid Affected by a Pulsating Point Source of Fluid. Regular and Chaotic Dynamics. Hamiltonian Dynamics, Vortex Structures, Turbulence.:135-150.. 2008.
Asymptotic model for free surface flow of an electrically conducting fluid in a high-frequency magnetic field. Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics. 190:520-531.. 2006.
Department of Mathematics, University of York, Heslington, York, UK. YO10 5DD