I completed my Ph.D. in Solid State Physics from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology and Institute for Metal Physics, Kyiv, Ukraine. After that, I started as a Postdoc in IFW-Dresden, working on high-temperature superconductivity. I am an experimentalist studying electronic structure of different materials by means of different modifications of angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy (ARPES). Now I am running a "Synchrotron Methods" group in IFW and my current interests are superconductivity and topological matter.
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