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DMITRY GARANIN
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Dmitry A. Garanin

basic CV

Academic Career

Since 2006:   Member of the CUNY Doctoral Faculty

Since 2005:   Associate Professor, Department of Physics & Astronomy, Lehman College CUNY

2001-2005:    Research Professor at the Condensed Matter Theory Group, Universität Mainz.  Undergraduate and graduate teaching

2000:             Visiting Professor at Laboratoire de Magnetism et d'Optique, Université de Versailles

1998-2000:    Senior staff member at Max-Planck-Institut für Physik komplexer Systeme, Dresden

1992-1997:    Research Professor at I. Institut für Theoretische Physik, Universität Hamburg. Graduate teaching

1989-1992:    Research Professor at Moscow Institute  of  Radioengineering,  Electronics,  and Automation (MIREA)

1984-1989:    Assistant Professor at Department of Physics, MIREA. Undergraduate teaching

1978-1981:    Junior Scientist at P. N. Lebedev Physical Institute, Moscow

Education

Ph. D. in Physics, 1985
Moscow State University
Thesis: Normal  modes  and relaxation processes in magnetically ordered  materials  with  single-site anisotropy
Adviser: V. S. Lutovinov

B.S and M.S. in Physics, 1978
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Thesis: Structure  and  mobility  of  ions  in liquid helium
Advisers: V. L. Ginzburg and A. A. Sobyanin

School, 1972
Moscow

Synergistic Activities

1995–present:  Referee for Physical Review, European Physical Journal, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, etc. 

2005–2006:      Editor of the Publication Committee of the Joint European Magnetic Symposia, San-Sebastian, 2006 

2001–present: Reviewer for European, Israeli, and Georgian Science Foundations

2009:               Member of the Organizing Committee of the Symposium on Spin Physics and Nanomagnetism, New York

2009:               Member of the Program Committee of the International Workshop on Nanomagnetism and Superconductivity, Coma-Ruga, Spain

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