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Alexander A. Sysoev

Alexander A. Sysoev

Professor
National Research Nuclear University MEPhI
Russian Federation

Biography

Alexander A. Sysoev - Doctor Physics & Mathematics Science, Professor of "Molecular Physics Department" as well as the head of the Mass Spectrometry Laboratory, National Research Nuclear University MEPhI, Moscow, Russian Federation. Member of the Presidium and the Council of the Russian Mass Spectrometric Society. Inventor of USSR, Honorary Professor of Moscow Engineering Physics Institute, and Honorary Employee of High Professional Education of Russian Federation. Research interests: analytical chemistry, ionization processes, ion optics, and time-of-flight mass analyzers. In addition, there are main developments: theory for multi-turn time-of-flight mass analyzers; the laser time-of-flight mass spectrometer for elemental analysis; combined ion mobility spectrometer & time-of-flight mass spectrometer with axial symmetric field for analyses of explosive, drugs, and pharmaceutical preparations. New Educational Technology by Imitation Professional Activity of students was developed and implemented in the Moscow Engineering Physics Institute.

Research Interest

Research interests: analytical chemistry, ionization processes, ion optics, and time-of-flight mass analyzers. In addition, there are main developments: theory for multi-turn time-of-flight mass analyzers; the laser time-of-flight mass spectrometer for elemental analysis; combined ion mobility spectrometer & time-of-flight mass spectrometer with axial symmetric field for analyses of explosive, drugs, and pharmaceutical preparations. New Educational Technology by Imitation Professional Activity of students was developed and implemented in the Moscow Engineering Physics Institute.