Sharvin, Iurii

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Sharvin, Iurii Vasil’evich


Born June 24, 1919, in Moscow. Soviet physicist. Corresponding member of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR (1970).

Sharvin graduated from Moscow State University in 1941. Beginning in 1943, he worked at the Institute of Physical Problems of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR. In 1965 he became a professor at the Moscow Physicotechnical Institute. Sharvin’s main works deal with the experimental investigation of the properties of pure metals at low temperatures.

Sharvin has been awarded the Order of the Red Banner of Labor and various medals.


“Izmerenie poverkhnostnogo natiazheniia na granitse mezhdu sverkhprovodiashchei i normal’noi fazami.” Zhurnal eksperimental’noi i teoreticheskoifiziki, 1957, vol. 33, issue 6.
“Nabliudenie fokusirovannykh puchkov elektronov v metalle.” Pis’ma v ZhETF, 1965, vol. 1, issue 5. (With L. M. Fisher.)
“Nabliudenie dinamicheskogo promezhutochnogo sostoianiia sverkhprovodnikov s pomoshch’iu mikrokontaktov.” Ibid., 1965, vol. 2, issue 6.
“Poverkhnostnoe smeshannoe sostoianie sverkhprovodnikov pervogo roda.” Ibid., 1969, vol. 10, issue 4. (With I. L. Landau.)
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