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Андреев Всеволод Владимирович

Андреев Всеволод Владимирович

Name: Dr. Vsevolod V. Andreev
Current position: PhD. in physical and mathematical sciences, Academic title of associate professor on the Department “Control and Informatics in Technical Systems”. Since the 2017 I am associate professor of Department “Heat Power Setups” in the Federal State Educational Budget Institution of Higher Education “Chuvash State University”, Cheboksary, Russia.
Tel. (mob.): +7 902 287 0512
E-mail: andreev_vsevolod@mail.ru
Business address: Chuvash State University, Department “Heat Power Setups”, Moskovskiy pr., 15, Cheboksary, 428015, Russia
Date of Birth: September 27, 1964
Nationality: Russian
Education and previous positions:
Currently Supervisor of PhD students.
2017-currently Associate Professor (Docent) in the Department “Heat Power Setups” of the Chuvash State University, Cheboksary, Russia.
2007-2017 Head of Department “Telecommunication Systems and Technologies” in the Federal State Educational Budget Institution of Higher Education “Chuvash State University”, Cheboksary, Russia.
1999-2007 Associate Professor (Docent) in the Department “Control and Informatics in Technical Systems” of the Chuvash State University, Cheboksary, Russia. Lecturer of “Systems Modeling”, “Discrete Mathematics”, “Optimization Methods”, “Information Networks and Telecommunications”, “Optimal and Adaptive Control Systems”.
1998-1999 Assistant in the Department “Control and Informatics in Technical Systems” of the Chuvash State University, Cheboksary, Russia.
1997-1998 Assistant in the Department “Computer Technologies” in the Chuvash State University, Cheboksary, Russia.
1996-1997 Assistant in the Department “Thermal Physics” in the Chuvash State University, Cheboksary, Russia. Lecturer of “Electromagnetism”.
1994-1996 Assistant in the Department “Physical Chemistry and Macromolecular Compounds” in the Chuvash State University, Cheboksary, Russia. Lecturer of “Quantum Mechanics”, “Structure of Matter”.
1994 PhD Thesis in physical and mathematical sciences on the subject “Physical and chemical hydrodynamics of processes on porous catalyst granules” (Specialty "Mechanics of Liquid, Gas and Plasma").
1992-1994 Engineer in the Department of Physics, Chuvash State University, Cheboksary, Russia.
1989-1992 Engineer in the Department of Theoretical and Experimental Physics, Chuvash State University, Cheboksary, Russia.
1989 Graduation from the Chuvash State University in 1989 with Specialty in “Physics” (Area of specialization “Theoretical Physics”).
Scientific publications
I am the author of more than 450 scientific publications on the problems of mathematical modeling and optimization of physical and chemical processes, also of Socio-economic systems dynamics, Optimal control and decision making, Information security, Investigation of low temperature plasma, Dielectric barrier discharge and Mass- and heat transfer in porous materials and mediums. Many scientific papers were published in leading Russian and International scientific periodicals: “Nonlinear Analysis: Modelling and Control”, “Instruments and Experimental Techniques”, “Russian Journal of Physical Chemistry”, “Kinetics and Catalysis”, “Chemical Physics Reports”, “High Temperature”, “Review Journal of Chemistry”, “Journal of Policy Modeling”, “Izvestiya Vysshikh Uchebnykh Zavedeniy. Seriya “Khimiya i Khimicheskaya Tekhnologiya” (Russ., Title of journal in English “Chemistry and Chemical Technology”), “Quantum Electronics”, Doklady Chemistry, “Mendeleev Communications”, “Ultrasonics Sonochemistry”, “Applied Physics” (Russ.), “Plasma Physics Reports”, “Applied Informatics” (Russ.), “Control Systems and Information Technology” (Russ.), “Nonlinear World” (Russ.), Naukoemkie Tekhnologii (Russ., Title of journal in English “Science Intensive Technologies”).
International conferences
• International Workshop “Future in Plasma Science II”, Leibniz Institute for Plasma Science and Technology, Greifswald, Germany, 2016, February 15-18.
• XLII International (Zvenigorod) Conference on Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion, Zvenigorod, Russia, 2015, February 9-13.
• International Conference on Solid Films and Surfaces (ICSFS-17), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2014, September 8-12.
• XLI International (Zvenigorod) Conference on Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion, Zvenigorod, Russia, 2014, February10-14.
• XXXX International (Zvenigorod) Conference on Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion, Zvenigorod, Russia, 2013, February 11-15.
• First CMSSE Summer School “Imperfect Markets, New Economic Geography and Spatial Economics”, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, 2012, July 16- 28.
• NATO- ASI "Advanced All-Terrain Autonomous Systems", Ceєme, Turkey, 2010.
• NATO-ARW on Computational Aspects of Nonlinear Structural Systems with Large Rigid Body Motion, Pultusk, Poland, 2000.
• 15th International Symposium on Nonlinear Acoustics (ISNA-15), Goettingen, Germany, 1999.
• 13th International Congress of Chemical and Process Engineering (CHISA’98), Praha, Czech Republic, 1998.
• 6th Meeting of the European Society of Sonochemistry (ESS-6), Rostock-Warnemunde, Germany, 1998.
• 25th International Meeting on Chemical Engineering, Environmental Protection and Biotechnology (ACHEMA 97) Frankfurt am Main, Germany, 1997.
Research experience
Some of my previous researches are focused on the study of interaction of dielectric barrier discharge with a dielectric surface and surface coatings (in particular, with a glass surface and surface coatings on it).
Last of my scientific papers are devoted to investigation of dielectric barrier discharge and to development of new plasma and plasma- chemical technologies on their base. The analytical correlations for research of the influence of different geometric, electrophysical and physicochemical parameters on evolution of barrier discharge near the electrode with cylindrical cross-sections and near the flat electrode are obtained. Obtained correlations allow to estimate the barrier discharge existence time. They are confirmed and shown new essential particularities of barrier discharge evolution. In particular, the obtained results can be used in the development of new plasma- chemical generators of ozone to determine optimal conditions of their operation in order to increase of the ozone yield while simultaneously reducing of energy use by device.
In previous studies the results are presented from experimental studies of the electrophysical and spatiotemporal characteristics of a dielectric barrier discharge operating in atmospheric pressure air in a discharge cell with a dielectric barrier in the form of a rotating disc. One of the electrodes of the discharge cell was stationary and placed at a certain distance from the dielectric surface, and the following two versions of the second electrode were used: (i) a metal disc electrode was attached to the surface of the rotating dielectric disc, while on the opposite surface of the disc, there was a rectangular strip electrode that was at the same potential as a metal disc electrode and had a sliding contact with the dielectric; (ii) only the strip electrode with the sliding contact was connected to the high voltage source, while the metal disc electrode was disconnected. Due to barrier rotation, the discharge operated in a pulse mode, although it was supplied from a dc voltage source. The current–voltage characteristic of such a dielectric barrier discharge was measured and analyzed. The number of microdischarge channels arising at the stationary electrode, the geometrical parameters of the microdischarge channels, and the discharge current were studied as functions of the supplied voltage, the distance between the stationary electrode and the dielectric surface, and the rotation velocity of the barrier disc.
Also a combined (dual) barrier electric discharge in atmospheric pressure air is investigated. The discharge is induced in a discharge chamber with two pairs of electrodes of different configurations. The electrodes are connected to two independent high voltage power supplies. The plasma-chemical synthesis of ozone was studied in atmospheric pressure air depending on the parameters of each discharge contour. The analysis was performed in terms of efficiency and practical application of a combined barrier discharge.
A surface discharge in a system where metal electrodes in the form of a series of parallel strips are positioned on the dielectric surface is studied. Analytical formulas for calculating the spatial distribution of the potential and the electric field in a discharge cell are derived. It is shown that the geometry of the metal electrodes should be taken into account (along with physical and chemical characteristics of the dielectric, the voltage applied to the electrodes, and other parameters of the system) for generation of the electric field with optimal configuration in the discharge cell. The obtained results are also applicable for analysis of discharge cells with a coplanar barrier discharge where metal electrodes are positioned in the dielectric at small depths. The results are of interest since a barrier discharge is one of the efficient methods for generating non-equilibrium plasma at high pressures for a variety of technological applications.
One of the specific features of the dielectric barrier discharge is the short duration of microdischarge processes that last about tens of nanoseconds. A high voltage nanosecond pulse generator based on a dielectric barrier discharge is presented. A voltage of tens of kilovolts is usually applied to electrodes of the discharge cell. The peak values of the current pulse may be very high (from a few amperes to several tens of amperes). The presented high voltage nanosecond pulse generator, having a sufficiently simple design, ensures quite good pulse repetition stability, and, when necessary, allows one to easily tune characteristics of pulses and their repetition rates by changing the geometrical, electrical, and physical– chemical parameters of the setup.
Heterogeneous and homogeneous catalysis, surface sciences, sonochemistry, molecular dynamics are the field of my scientific interest. The following important results are achieved: relations, allowing to estimate influence of hydrodynamics of an external reactionary mixture on effectiveness of the porous catalyst granule for arbitrary catalyst processes; necessary conditions of occurrence of a “dead zone” in a central part of the porous catalyst for arbitrary chemical reactions; criterion of excess of unit by the factor of effectiveness of the porous catalyst granules; it is shown, that at fulfillment of certain conditions, the effectiveness of porous granule of the catalyst at realization on it of chemical reaction in a non-steady-state conditions is higher in comparison with steady-state one; possibility of increasing the effectiveness of a porous catalyst granule, when a catalytic reaction is realized under non-steady-state conditions on a porous catalyst with an artificially changing activity profile on its internal surface; impact of light field on the cooperative behavior of adatoms is studied on a homogeneous surface of dielectric, semiconductor and metal; it is demonstrated that lateral interaction of induced dipoles entails surface migration of adatoms in the radial direction beyond the illuminated area to form on it either a “crater” or, conversely, a “hump”.
Also my recent scientific interests are connected with developing of methods of the data enciphering with application of the determined chaos. Intensive growth of the processors power, bringing to nothing many traditional cryptographic decisions, stimulates development of new principles of coding. Application of the dynamic determined chaos theory is one of alternative approaches here. In particular, in systems with dynamic chaos strong sensitivity to change of initial data is observed. The behavior of such systems cannot be predicted for sufficiently long time intervals. We develop an effective method of the data enciphering. As the chaos generator Lorentz attractor was used.
Some of my recent scientific papers are devoted to the investigation of the socio-economic systems dynamics based on mathematical modeling methods. In these papers the mathematical model of socio-economic system, based on the “predator – prey” principles, was developed. Mathematical models are used for the analysis and prediction of the economic situation in Russia and the USA. The investigation results allow to confirm sufficient adequacy of the developed models.
Grants and awards
2016: Participation on FP7 PlasmaShape project (http://www.inp-plasmashape.eu/) in Leibniz Institute for Plasma Science and Technology, Greifswald, Germany, from 4th of January to 30th of April 2016.
2014: Grant of the Zelinsky Organic Chemistry Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences in the framework of program for short-term scientific and educational trainings on modern electron microscopy, March 20-21.
2014: Winner of competition “Associate Professor of the 2013 Year” in the Chuvash State University, Cheboksary, Russia.
2013: Grant of Russian Institute for Advanced Study in Humanities and Technology (RIAS) of Sholokhov Moscow State University for Humanities. Subject of the project: “Development of mathematical methods and models for controlof socio-economic systems dynamics”.
2012: Grant from Higher School of Economics (Moscow, Russia) for participation on the First CMSSE Summer School “Imperfect Markets, New Economic Geography and Spatial Economics”, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia. July 16- 28.
2011: Winner of competition “Associate Professor of the 2010 Year” in the Chuvash State University, Cheboksary, Russia.
2010: Grant from NATO for participation on NATO- ASI "Advanced All-Terrain Autonomous Systems" in Ceєme, Turkey.
2007: Winner of competition “Associate Professor of the 2006 Year” in the Chuvash State University, Cheboksary, Russia.
2006: Winner of competition “Associate Professor of the 2005 Year” in the Chuvash State University, Cheboksary, Russia.
2000: Grant from NATO for participation on NATO- ARW on Computational Aspects of Nonlinear Structural Systems with Large Rigid Body Motion, Pultusk, Poland
1998: Grant from German Research Foundation (DFG) for participation on 6th Meeting of the European Society of Sonochemistry (ESS-6).
1998: Grant of the Federal special-purpose program “Integration” (Russia) in the framework of program “Providing of young talented scientists participation in international conferences on basic sciences”.
1995: The Russian Federation President stipend for young talented scientists.
FULL LIST OF ISI/SCOPUS PAPERS
1. Andreev V.V., Koltsov N.I. "Dead zone" in porous grains of the catalyst for reactions with arbitrary kinetics // Doklady Chemistry. 1993. V.332. №5. P. 581– 584.
2. Andreev V.V. Vozyakov V.I., Kol’tsov N.I. The reaction mixture stream flowing around of porous granules of catalyst and chemical reaction on their inner surface // Chemical Physics Reports. 1995. V.13 (11). P. 1848-1860.
3. Koltsov N.I., Andreev V.V. Peculiarities of Simple and Complex Chemical Reactions in Grains of Porous Catalysts // Kinetics and Catalysis. 1995. V.36. №1. P. 68-72.
4. Andreev V.V., Koltsov N.I. Analysis of selectivity of consecutive - parallel reactions in a plate grain of the catalyst // Zhurnal Fizicheskoi Khimii (Russ., Title of journal in English “Journal of Physical Chemistry”). 1995. V.69. №6. P. 1130– 1131.
5. Andreev V.V. Modeling of Simple Reversible Reactions on Porous Catalyst Granules with Regard for Heat and Mass Transfer between the Catalyst and Surrounding Reaction Mixture // High Temperature. 1995. V.33. №3. P. 489-493.
6. Andreev V.V., Koltsov N.I. Optimal Catalyst Distribution on a Non-Isothermal Porous Granule for a Mono-Irreversible Reaction with Arbitrary Kinetic // Acta Chimica Slovenica. 1995. V.42. №1. P. 43– 46.
7. Andreev V.V., Koltsov N.I., Ivanova A.F., Konstantinova N.V. On the Possibility of Increasing the Effectiveness of a Porous Catalyst Granule for a Simple Reaction in a Non-stationary Regime // Mendeleev Communications. 1995. №4. P. 152– 153.
8. Andreev V.V., Koltsov N.I. Modeling of reactions with Power- Law Kinetics on Porous Catalyst Granules // Russian Journal of Physical Chemistry. 1996. V.70. №4. P. 586– 588.
9. Andreev V.V., Ostryakov G.N., Telegin G.G. Surface Migration of Adatoms under Optical Irradiation // Chemical Physics Reports. 1997. V.16. №1. P. 159– 162.
10. Andreev V.V. Increasing the Productivity of a Porous Catalyst Granule with Respect to the Target Compound for an Arbitrary Chemical Reaction in a Non-stationary Regime // Mendeleev Communications. 1997. №1. P. 35– 37.
11. Andreev V.V. Conditions required to maximise the productivity of porous catalyst granules with a controlled activity profile // Mendeleev Communications. 1998. №2. P. 77– 79.
12. Andreev V.V. A Mathematical Treatment of the Use of Ultrasound in Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Catalysis // Ultrasonics Sonochemistry. 1999. V.6. №1-2. P. 21– 24.
13. Andreev V.V., Ignat’ev D.V., Telegin G.G. Collective migration of adsorbed atoms on a solid surface in the laser radiation field // Quantum Electronics. 2004. V.34. №2 (380). P. 125– 128.
14. Andreev V.V. “Dead Zone” in a Porous Catalyst Granule for a Nonstationary Parallel Reaction // Russian Journal of Physical Chemistry. 2006. V.80. №4. P. 535– 540.
15. Andreev V.V., Pichugin Yu.P., Telegin V.G.,Telegin G.G. Study of Electric Discharges between Moving Electrodes in Air // Plasma Physics Reports. 2011. V.37. №12. P. 1053–1057.
16. Andreev V.V., Vasilyeva L.A., Matyunin A.N., Pichugin Yu.P. Investigation of the Barrier Discharge Structure near the Electrode with a Cylindrical Cross Section // Plasma Physics Reports. 2011. V.37. №13. P. 1190–1195.
17. Andreev V.V., Pichugin Yu.P., Telegin V.G., Telegin G.G. Combined Barrier Discharge in Atmospheric Pressure Air // Plasma Physics Reports. 2012. V.38. №13. P. 1046–1049.
18. Andreev V.V., Pichugin Yu.P., Telegin V.G., Telegin G.G. A High Voltage Nanosecond Pulse Generator Based on a Barrier Discharge // Instruments and Experimental Techniques. 2013. V.56. №3. P. 299–301.
19. Andreev V.V., Vasilyeva L.A. Study of the Surface Barrier Discharge Generated by Electrodes in the Form of a Series of Parallel Metal Strips // Plasma Physics Reports. 2013. V.39. №13. P. 1108–1113.
20. Andreev V.V., Pichugin Yu.P. Study of Low-Temperature Plasma between Rotating Electrodes // Plasma Physics Reports. 2014. V.40. №6. P. 481–487.
21. Andreev V.V. On the validity of use of physical equations and principles in the socio-economic field and on the predictability of socio-economic system dynamics // Nonlinear Analysis: Modelling and Control. 2015. V.20. №1. P. 82–98.
22. Andreev V.V. Will there be a revolution in Russia in 2017? // Journal of Policy Modeling. 2015. V.37. P. 782–788. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jpolmod.2015.06.001
23. Andreev V.V., Pichugin Yu.P. A Barrierless Pulse Discharge Cell // Instruments and Experimental Techniques. 2016. V. 59. №3. P. 462–465.
24. Andreev V.V., Kadyshev E.N., Kortunov A.I., Semenov V.L. Socio- economic causes of terrorism’s proliferation // Criminology Journal of Baikal National University of Economics and Law. 2016. V. 10. №2. P. 289–300.
25. Andreev V.V., Vasilyeva L.A. Impact of the corona discharge to films of heat-resistant organosilicone varnishes with additives of the A1203 and Ti02 powders inflicted on a textolyte surface // Applied Physics. 2016. №4. P. 16–21 (in Russian).
26. Andreev V.V., Pichugin Yu.P. Effect of voltage polarity on ozone synthesis in a dielectric barrier discharge // Applied Physics. 2017. №3. P. 47–51 (in Russian).
27. Andreev V.V., Territorial Distribution of the Population in the Russian Federation. Ekonomika regiona [Economy of Region], 2017. 13(3), 803-811 (in Russian).
ORCID ID: http://orcid.org/0000-0002-6969-9468
SCOPUS Author ID: 56951918400
ResearcherID: R-3644-2016

 №  Title Year Journal name and number, publication date Impact factor of the journal Journal is included in
1 АНАЛИЗ ТЕРРИТОРИАЛЬНОГО РАСПРЕДЕЛЕНИЯ НАСЕЛЕНИЯ В СУБЪЕКТАХ ПРИВОЛЖСКОГО ФЕДЕРАЛЬНОГО ОКРУГА С ПРИМЕНЕНИЕМ ЗАКОНОВ ЦИПФА И ГИБРАТА 2017 Прикладная эконометрика. 2017. № 4 (48). С. 97-121. 0,755 (РИНЦ) Scopus
2 Институт перспективных исследований – новая форма подготовки педагогических кадров высшей квалификации в России 2017 Интеграция образования. 2017. Т. 21, № 4. С. 623–636. DOI: 10.15507/1991-9468.089.021.201704.623-636 0,437 (РИНЦ) Scopus
3 Территориальное распределение населения в Российской Федерации 2017 Экономика региона. 2017. Т. 13, вып. 3. С. 803-811. 1,518 (РИНЦ) Scopus
4 Влияние полярности напряжения на синтез озона в диэлектрическом барьерном разряде 2017 Прикладная физика, 2017, №3. С. 47– 51. 0,611 (РИНЦ) Scopus
5 Программно-аппаратное обеспечение непрерывного мониторинга ритмов сердечно-сосудистой системы 2017 Прикладная информатика, 2017, Т. 12, №2 (68). С. 88– 98. 0,412 (РИНЦ) RISC
6 Воздействие коронного разряда на нанесённые на поверхность текстолита плёнки термостойких кремнийорганических лаков с добавками порошков Al2O3 и TiO2 2016 Прикладная физика, 2016, №4, с. 16–21. 0,611 (РИНЦ) Scopus
7 Социально-экономические причины распространения терроризма 2016 Криминологический журнал Байкальского государственного университета экономики и права.  – 2016.  – Т. 10, № 2.  – С. 289– 300.  – DOI: 10.17150/1996-7756.2016.10(2) 0,768 (РИНЦ) Scopus
8 A Barrierless Pulse Discharge Cell 2016 Instruments and Experimental Techniques, 2016, Vol. 59, №3, pp. 462–465 0.437 Web of science
9 Will there be a revolution in Russia in 2017? 2015 Journal of Policy Modeling. 2015. V.37. P. 782–788. 0.993 Web of science
10 On the validity of use of physical equations and principles in the socio-economic field and on the predictability of socio-economic system dynamics 2015 Nonlinear Analysis: Modelling and Control. 2015. V. 20. №1. P. 82–98. 0.952 Web of science
11 Исследование воздействия диэлектрического барьерного разряда на кремнийсодержащую плёнку 2014 Прикладная физика. 2014. №6. С.24- 28. 0,611 (РИНЦ) Scopus
12 Исследование энергетической цены синтеза озона в ячейках поверхностного диэлектрического барьерного разряда 2014 Прикладная физика. 2014. №3. С.43– 46. 0,611 (РИНЦ) Scopus
13 Исследование энергетической цены синтеза озона в ячейках поверхностного диэлектрического барьерного разряда 2014 Прикладная физика. 2014. №3. С.43– 46. 0,611 (РИНЦ) Scopus
14 Плазмохимический генератор озона с повышенной однородностью микроразрядных процессов в барьерном разряде 2014 Прикладная физика. 2014. №3. С.39– 42. 0,611 (РИНЦ) Scopus
15 Study of Low-Temperature Plasma between Rotating Electrodes 2014 Plasma Physics Reports. 2014. V.40. №6. Pp. 481- 487. 0.984 Web of science
16 Влияние фазового сдвига между напряжениями в контурах разряда на комбинированный барьерный разряд при атмосферном давлении в воздухе 2013 Прикладная физика. 2013. №4. Сс. 27-32. 0,611 (РИНЦ) Scopus
17 Study of the Surface Barrier Discharge Generated by Electrodes in the Form of a Series of Parallel Metal Strips 2013 Plasma Physics Reports. 2013. V. 39. №13. Pp. 1108–1113. 0.984 Web of science
18 A High Voltage Nanosecond Pulse Generator Based on a Barrier Discharge 2013 Instruments and Experimental Techniques. 2013. V. 56. №3. Pp. 299–301. 0.437 Web of science

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