Yuri M. Grigoriev
Dr. Sci. (Physics and Mathematics), Associate professor, Head of the Physics and Technology Department, North-Eastern Federal University (Yakutsk, Russia)
Research interests: quaternion analysis, electromagnetic compatibility, elasticity theory, mathematical modeling in natural scienсes. Dr. Yuri Grigoriev studied regular functions of a quaternion variable and their applications in mechanics. He has concentrated on electromagnetic compatibility in permafrost conditions, mathematical modeling of diamond processing, and developed a new method of disintegration and preliminary enrichment of kimberlites.
2000-present Head, Department of Theoretical Physics, North-Eastern Federal University, Yakutsk, Russia
2002-2010 Deputy Director for Science, Physics and Technology Institute, Yakut State University, Yakutsk, Russia
1996-2000 Associate Professor, Department of Theoretical Physics, Yakut State University, Yakutsk, Russia
1992-1996 Head, Department of Theoretical Physics, Dean, Faculty of Physics, Yakut State University, Yakutsk, Russia
1985-1992 Assistant, Senior Lecturer, Associate Professor, Department of Theoretical Physics, Yakut State University, Yakutsk, Russia
1982-1985 Postgraduate student, Novosibirsk State University, Yakutsk, Russia
1981-1982 Research Assistant, Novosibirsk State University, Yakutsk, Russia
Eleven prototypes of new fancy diamonds (1994) stored at the “Treasury of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia)”. A prototype of the Timur Diamond (2007). Computer marking of large rough diamonds weighing 14.60 carats (2007). A device model for disintegration and preliminary enrichment of kimberlite (2012). He is the author of 219 scientific publications, 16 textbooks, patents of the Russian Federation, registered computer programs.
Awards and Honors: Excellence in Education, (2003), Services in Science (2006); Honorary Worker of Higher Professional Education of the Russian Federation (2009); Honored Scientist of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), (2014)
Professional societies: National Committee for Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, International Scientific Community for Mathematical Analysis, its Applications and Computations