Dr. Valeriy Dolmatov

Valery Dolmatov

Professor of Physics
M.S. Tashkent State University (Uzbekistan)
Ph.D. Tashkent State University

Office: SET 261
Telephone: (256) 765-4320
Fax: (256) 765-4795


Val has about 300 research publications altogether, including over 100
research papers in refereed physics journals, such, e.g., as Physical
Review A, Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics,
etc. His work has received over 1700 citations.
Val maintains professional connections with his former students. His
recent publication, as of Aug 21, 2018, has been published in
co-authorship with a former UNA physics major student David Keating who
was the lead author on the paper ("Intershell-correlation-induced time
delay in atomic photoionization", Physical Review A, Vol.98, p.013420
(10pp), 2018) and who recently has received the Ph.D. in Physics from
Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA.
Val is a regular contributor to major physics conferences, such as
International Conferences on Photonic, Electronic and Atomic Collisions
(ICPEAC), European Conferences on Atoms, Molecules and Photons (ECAMP),
Conferences of the European Group for Atomic Systems (EGAS), Annual
Meetings of the Division of Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics of the
American Physical Society (DAMOP), etc., where he has delivered about
200 presentations. 
Val's latest conference presentation, as of August 2018, has been at the
50th EGAS Conference in Krakow, Poland (July 9-13, 2018) where, in
particular, he delivered research results obtained in a co-authorship with a UNA
undergraduate student Carl Parasility entitled "Role of Polarizability of
C60 in A@C60 Photoionization", as well as in co-authorship with
colleagues from Israel and Russia entitled "Positron Elastic Scattering
off Half-Filled Shell Atoms". 

Awards and Recognition

Val’s research has been formally recognized by him being elected a Fellow of the American Physical Society For advancing the understanding of the structure and spectra of free and confined atoms, photoelectron angular asymmetries, dynamics of half-filled-subshell” (2010); election to Fellowship in the American Physical Society is limited to no more than one half of one percent of the membership. Val is also an elected Research Fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (Germany), since 1991. In 1996, he held Ex-Quote Visiting Scientist Fellowship in the Royal Society of London. Furthermore, Val was the recipient of the Bottimore Outstanding Academic Achievement Award (2003) as well as the Academic Affairs Outstanding Scholarship/Research Award (2008) established by UNA.

Val teaches courses in Interactive Physics, General Physics, Modern Physics, and Quantum Mechanics. He involves students in his research with whom he co-authored over 30 publications on various topics of atomic theory, including 10 articles published in top refereed physics journals.