Director of the Flerov Laboratory of Nuclear Reactions
Sergey Ivanovich Sidorchuk, Doctor of Science in Physics and Mathematics.
Date and place of birth:
18 January 1961, Leningrad, USSR.
Education and degrees:
- 1984 Moscow Engineering Physical Institute, Faculty of Theoretical and Experimental Physics
- 2004 Candidate of Physics and Mathematics: “Experimental study of the hydrogen isotopes 4,5,7H in reactions with the beams of 3H and 8He”
- 2017 Doctor of Science in Physics and Mathematics: “Study of the structure of heavy helium isotopes in the transfer and knockout reactions”
- 1984–2007 Probation researcher, junior researcher, researcher, senior researcher, FLNR JINR
- 2007–2015 Scientific secretary of FLNR JINR
- 2015–2020 Deputy Director of FLNR JINR
- Since 2015 Director of FLNR JINR
Scientific and organizational activity:
- Since 2013 Member of the editorial board of PEPAN Letters
- Since 2013 Member of the Organizing Committee of the International Simposium on Nuclear Electronics and Computing
- Since 2015 Member of the JINR Science and Technology Council
- Since 2017 Member of PAC of the Heavy Ion Laboratory of Warsaw University
- Since 2018 Member of the International Advisory Committee of the International Conference on Nuclear Structure and Dynamics
- Since 2019 Member of the Scientific Qualification Commission at FLNR JINR
- Technique of studies with secondary beams of radioactive nuclei
- Mechanisms of nuclear reactions
- Structure of light exotic nuclei near the drip-lines
- Correlation studies of nuclear systems beyond the neutron stability border
Coauthor of more than 150 scientific papers.
- 1996 “High resolution line for experiments with radioactive beams at the U400M cyclotron” (II prize);
- 1998 “Structure of 6He: di-neutron bound in the field of 4He” (I prize);
- 2005 “Structure of superheavy hydrogen isotopes” (II prize);
- 2009 ”Properties of neutron rich helium isotopes” (I prize);
- 2013 “Experimental studies of exotic nuclei 26S, 10He, 6Be and development of correlation analysis methods” (I prize).
- 2017 “Search for the branch of 2p-decay of the excited state of 17Ne (3/2-) (II prize).
- 2018 “ACCULINNA-2 project: the physics case and technical challenges”(I prize)