Oleg G. Kharlanov (born 25.10.1984 in Moscow). Graduated from Faculty of Physics, MSU in 2007; Ph.D. in theoretical physics in 2010
(thesis title «Quantum Field Theory Effects in the Standard Model Extension under External Conditions»).
Assistant professor at Chair of Theoretical Physics (since 2010). Invited researcher at Institute Pprime (CNRS, Poitiers, France) in 2018.
Quantum effects in external or self-consistent fields; numerical-analytical and multiscale methodologies and
high-performance computing for problems arising in theoretical physics. Applications include:
- Lorentz violation, Casimir effect;
- neutrino oscillations (incl. simulation of collective neutrino oscillations);
- charge transport in materials with strong electron-phonon interaction used in organic electronics (theory and multiscale modelling);
- flame front propagation (novel numerical and numerical-analytical approaches).
(at the moment)
Currently supervising two master's and one bachelor's students.
© Chair of Theoretical Physics, Faculty of Physics, Moscow State University, 2018