Yuri Gaididei


Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics of NAS of Ukraine


Selected publications:

  1. Yu. B. Gaididei and V. M. Loktev, On the doublet structure of double excitonic bands of alpha-oxygen, Phys. Lett A 44, 409 (1973).
  2. Yu. B. Gaididei, N. Flytzanis, A. Neuper and F. G. Mertens, Effect of Nonlocal Interactions on Soliton Dynamics in Anharmonic Lattices, Phys. Rev. Lett. 75, 2240 (1995).
  3. J. P. Zagorodny, Yu. B. Gaididei, D. D. Sheka, J. G. Caputo and F. G. Mertens, Importance of the internal shape mode in magnetic vortex dynamics, Phys. Rev. Lett. 93, 167201 (2004).
  4. Yu. B. Gaididei, P.L Christiansen and W.J. Zakrzewski, Conformational transformations induced by the charge-curvature interaction: Mean-field approach, Phys. Rev. E 74, 021914 (2006).
  5. Yu. Gaididei, O. M. Volkov, V. P. Kravchuk, and D. D. Sheka, Magnetic vortex-antivortex crystals generated by spin-polarized current, Phys.Rev. B 86,144401 (2012).
  6. Yu. Gaididei, V. P. Kravchuk and D. D. Sheka, Curvature Effects in Thin Magnetic Shells, Phys. Rev. Lett. 112, 257203 (2014).
  7. V. P. Kravchuk, D. D. Sheka, A. Kakay, O. M. Volkov, U. K. Rößler, J. van den Brink, D. Makarov, and Yu. Gaididei, Multiplet of skyrmion states on a curvilinear defect: Reconfigurable skyrmion lattices, Phys. Rev. Lett. 120, 067201 (2018).

List of publications related to RiTM activities

About Yuri Gaididei

Yuri Gaididei (02.02.1945-30.10.2019) was a wonderful physicist, who worked mainly in a theory of nonlinear phenomena, focused on physics of solitons in condensed and soft matter. Possessing a talent of very sensitive physical intuition supported by fundamental knowledge in a wide spectrum of theoretical physics, Yuri collaborated very fruitfully with numerous scientists throughout the world. In particular, one of such collaboration has initiated the appearance of the RiTM-team as informal association of several theoreticians working in theory of Nanomagnetism with a special interest to nonlinear magnetic phenomena (see about).

RiTM-team felt an irreparable loss when Yuri Gaididei has passed away on October 2019. The team continues the development of directions and problems, initiated during the fruitful collaboration.

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