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Pavel Kornilovich

Pavel Kornilovich

Courtesy Professor
Department of Physics
Senior Technologist, HP Inc.

Pavel Kornilovich

Courtesy Professor
Department of Physics
Senior Technologist, HP Inc.

Biography

Dr Kornilovich received his PhD from King's College London in 1997.  He is a senior technologist at HP Inc.'s R&D and manufacturing facility in Corvallis Oregon. He has been affiliated with OSU Physics since 2014.

Scientific publications are under the name Pavel Kornilovitch.  

Research

Dr Kornilovich's research interests include:

  • Polarons, bipolarons and unconventional superconductivity
  • Quantum Monte Carlo methods
  • Single-molecule electronics
  • Few-body quantum mechanical problems 
  • Active microfluidics 
  • Lab-on-a-Chip devices 
  • Topological defects in liquid crystals and quantum field theories

Background

Education

PhD in Physics, King's College London, 1997

Publications

  • Pavel Kornilovich. African Arrow sees hints of structure in the fabric of space. A runner-up essay in Physics in 2116 scientific writing competition. Physics Today, December 2016, pp. 49-51.
  • Pavel E. Kornilovitch, Tyler Cochell, Alexander N. Govyadinov. Temperature dependence of inertial pumping in microchannels. Physics of Fluids, v. 34, 022003 (2022).
  • Pavel Kornilovitch. Trion formation and unconventional superconductivity in a three-dimensional model with short-range attraction. International Journal of Modern Physics B, v. 34, 2050042 (2020).
  • B.S. Hayes, A.N. Govyadinov, P.E. Kornilovitch. Microfluidic switchboards with integrated inertial pumps. Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, v. 22, 15 (2018).
  • P.E. Kornilovitch. Periodically driven small polarons. Physical Review B, v. 95, 165121 (2017).
  • P.E. Kornilovitch and J.P. Hague. Optimal interlayer hopping and high temperature Bose-Einstein condensation of local pairs in quasi 2D superconductors. Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, v. 27, 075602 (2015).
  • P.E. Kornilovitch. Ferromagnetism and Borromean binding in three-fermion clusters. Physical Review Letters, v. 112, 077202 (2014).
  • P.E. Kornilovitch. Path-integral approach to lattice polarons. Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, v. 19, 255213 (2007).
  • P.E. Kornilovitch, A.M. Bratkovsky, and R.S. Williams. Bistable molecular conductors with a field-switchable dipole group. Physical Review B, v. 66, 245413 (2002).
  • P.E. Kornilovitch, A.M. Bratkovsky, and R.S. Williams. Current rectification by molecules with asymmetric tunneling barriers. Physical Review B, v. 66, 165436 (2002).
  • P.E. Kornilovitch. Photoemission spectroscopy and sum rules in dilute electron-phonon models. Europhysics Letters, v 59, pp. 735-741 (2002).
  • A.S. Alexandrov and P.E. Kornilovitch. Mobile small polaron. Physical Review Letters, v. 82, p. 807 (1999).
  • P.E. Kornilovitch, Continuous-time quantum Monte Carlo algorithm for the lattice polaron. Physical Review Letters, v. 81, p. 5382 (1998).