University of Lincoln, UK

Andrei Zvelindovsky’s short CV

name born nationality communication
Andrei V. Zvelindovsky 1967 in Odessa Dutch Tel.       +44(0)1772 89 3553 (office)E-mail: AVZvelindovsky [at] uclan.ac.uk

Employment

position dates institution
Professor of Computational and Theoretical Physics 09.2009- … University of Central Lancashire, Preston, United Kingdom
Reader in Computational and Theoretical Physics 2006-2009
Senior Lecturer in Computational Physics 2004-2006
Researcher 2000-2004 Leiden Institute of Chemistry, Leiden University, The Netherlands
Researcher 1997-2000 Department of Biophysical Chemistry, University of Groningen, The Netherlands
Associate Professor 1995-1997 Department of Theoretical Physics, Odessa State University, Ukraine
Senior Lecturer 1994-1995
Researcher + Adjunct Professor 1993-1994
Researcher 1992-1993

Education

degree date institution major distinction
PhD 22.1.1993 Odessa State University Phys.& Math. Sci.: Theoretical Physics maximum grades only
MSc 1989 Physics and Theoretical Physics Cum laude

Visiting positions

capacity dates institution
Invited Professor of Excellence 11.2013 University of Barcelona, Spain
JSPS Invitation Fellow 5-6.2013 and 10-11.2003 Faculty of Physics, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan
NWO Visiting Research Professor 7-9.1994 Department of Macromolecular and Physical Chemistry, Leiden University, The Netherlands

Awards

description dates issuing body
JSPS Invitation Fellowship 2013 and 2003 Japan Society for Promotion of Science
Schloeßmann Fellowship 1996 Max-Planck-Society, Germany
Soros Individual Award 1993 Soros International Science Foundation

Professional bodies

description dates
Fellow of The Institute of Physics Since 2006
Fellow of The Royal Society of Chemistry Since 2007

External Affiliations

Official Guest Scholar, Leiden University, The Netherlands (2004- …)
Official Collaborator, SFB 481, Bayreuth University, Germany (1999-2010)

Professional Service

International Advisory Board member of Macromolecular Theory and Simulations


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