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Employee photo Sergei Vadimovich Demidov is Ph. D. in physics. He works on supersymmetric generalizations of the Standard model of particle physics, explaining the mysteries of experimental particle physics and observational cosmology. In collaboration with D.S. Gorbunov he has built and investigated a generalization of the model with split supersymmetry which solves several problems of particle physics and simultaneously explains the origin of the baryon asymmetry of the Universe. INSPIRE: publications, cites.
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Employee photo Emin Yatkyarovich Nugaev is Ph.D. in physics interested in extenstions of the Standard model of particle physics. In collaboration with M.V. Libanov, S.V. Troitsky and J.-M. Frere he has developed a model with extra dimensions which explains in an elegant way the origin of three generations of quarks and leptons, as well as their mass and mixing hierarchies. Now his research interest concerns features of some nontopological solitons (Q-balls). INSPIRE: publications, cites.
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Employee photo Sergey Mikhailovich Sibiryakov - PhD. Research interests: quantum field theory, gravity,cosmology. He has obtained a number of important results about physical manifestations of extra spatial dimensions that are predicted by many modern fundamental theories. Currently, he investigates a new approach to quantum gravity, that implies rejection of the Lorentz invariance. Besides, his current research interests include two additional topics: looking for connections between the models of cosmological inflation and the Standard Model of particle physics; and developing a semiclassical description of black hole production in collisions of highly energetic particles. INSPIRE: publications, cites.