Vladimir Plujko




Vladimir Plujko

POSITION
Professor of Physical Faculty

WORK EXPERIENCE
1975–1985
Engineer, Junior, Senior scientific researcher
Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Kyiv (Ukraine)

1985–1997
Senior scientific researcher
Institute for Nuclear Research of NAS Ukraine, Kyiv (Ukraine)

1997–2000
Leading scientific researcher
Institute for Nuclear Research of NAS Ukraine, Kyiv (Ukraine)

2000–Present
Professor
Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Kyiv (Ukraine)

Joint positions

1973–1984
Teaching Assistant on physics and mathematics (computer programming)
Taras Shevchenko national University of Kyiv, Kyiv (Ukraine)

1996–1999
Senior scientific researcher
Scientific Research Centre of Quantum Medicine "Vidhuk" at Ministry of Health of Ukraine, Kyiv (Ukraine)

2000–2002
Professor
National Technical University "Kiev Polytechnic Institute", Kyiv (Ukraine)

2000–2015
Leading scientific researcher (1/2 staff)
Institute for Nuclear Research of NAS Ukraine, Kyiv (Ukraine)

EDUCATION AND TRAINING

1967-1972
Master degree
Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Kyiv (Ukraine)

1972-1975
Post graduated student
Taras Shevchenko National University of Kiev, Kyiv (Ukraine)

1979
Ph.D.
Taras Shevchenko National University of Kiev, Kyiv (Ukraine)

1985
Senior Scientific Researcher
Taras Shevchenko National University of Kiev, Kyiv (Ukraine)

1996
Doctor Physics and Mathematics
Institute for Nuclear Research of NAS Ukraine, Kyiv (Ukraine)

2003
Assistant Professor
Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Kyiv (Ukraine)

2005
Professor
Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Kyiv (Ukraine)

Theory of nuclei and nuclear reactions at non-relativistic energies

Research Fields:
Physics

Previous and Current Research

  • Gamma-emission from equilibrium and pre-equilibrium states
  • Statistical description of nuclear reactions including preequilibrium particle- and gamma- emission
  • Excitation and damping of collective states in hot atomic nuclei within framework of the semiclassical kinetic equation approach
  • Memory effects in collision integral
  • Effects of excitation and damping vibrational states on nuclear level density.
  • Shape evolution of giant dipole resonance
  • Average description of the gamma-transition in Fermi-systems
  • Scopus h-index = 10; total citations = 715; Scopus author ID: 6603091172 

Future Projects and Goals

Methods and related parameters for modelling gamma-ray cascades due to the gamma-transitions in highly excited nuclei will be reviewed. Analytical expressions for the photon strength functions (PSF) will be done with allowance for low-energy enhancement due to the nuclear structure effects (presence of low-energy resonance). The models and formulae previously recommended for the PSF will be updated, additionally tested and validated. Recommended sets and systematics of the parameters for PSF’s calculations will be prepared. Computer code for PSF calculations within recommended models will be prepared and adopted for the use in the different codes for nuclear reaction calculations. Applications of the results to the gamma transitions in different nuclear processes (neutron induced nuclear reactions, isomeric ratios of primary fission fragments) will be considered.

Methodological and Technical Expertise

Reliable theoretical and phisical methods will be applied.

Final expressions for the average description of gamma-transitions will be tested and validated with the use of modern experimental data. 

Selected Publications


Plujko V. A., Gorbachenko O. M., Rovenskykh E. P., Zheltonozhskii V.A.
Average Description of Dipole Gamma-Transitions in Hot Atomic Nuclei
Nuclear Data Sheets, - 2014. – V.118. – P. 237-239

Plujko V. A., Gorbachenko O. M., Bondar B. M., Rovenskykh E. P.
Nuclear level density within extended superfluid model with collective state enhancement
Nuclear Data Sheets, - 2014. – V.118. – P. 240-243

Kadenko I.M.., Plujko V.A.,Bondar B.M. et al,
Prompt gamma-rays from fast neutron capture in natNi
Nuclear Physics and Atomic Energy. - 2016. – V.17 ¹2. –C. 122-129.

Plujko V. A., Capote R., Gorbachenko O. M.
Giant dipole resonance parameters with uncertainties from photonuclear cross sections
Atomic Data and Nuclear Data Tables. - 2011. - V. 97. – P. 567–585

Plujko V. A., Gorbachenko O. M., Bondar V.M., Capote R.
Renewed Database of GDR Parameters for Atomic Nuclei
Journ. Korean Phys.Society.- 2011.-V.59. –¹2. – P. 1514–1517.

Capote R., Herman M., Oblozinsky P., Young P., Goriely S., Belgya T., Ignatyuk A.V., Koning A., Hilaire S., Plujko V., et al
RIPL-Reference input parameter library for calculations of nuclear reactions and nuclear data evaluation
Nuclear Data Sheets, 2009.- V.110. – P. 3107-3214 
http://www-nds.iaea.org/RIPL-3/  

Plujko V.A., Gorbachenko O.M.
Effect of vibrational states on nuclear level density
Phys.At.Nucl. – 2007.- V.70. –P.1643-1649.

Plujko V.A., Ezhov S.N., Gorbachenko O.M., Kavatsyuk M.O.
Non-Markovian collision integral in Fermi-systems
J. Phys.: Condens. Matter.- 2002.- V.14.- P. 9473-9483.

Plujko V.A.
An investigation of interplay between dissipation mechanisms in heated Fermi-systems by means of radiative strength functions
Nucl.Phys. -1999.- V.A649 -P. 209c-213c.

Kolomietz V.M., Lukyanov S.V., Plujko V.A., Shlomo S.
Collisional relaxation of collective motion in a finite Fermi liquid
Phys. Rev. -1998. – V.C58 –P. 198-208.

Kolomietz V.M., Plujko V.A., Shlomo S.
Interplay between one-body and collisional damping of collective motion in nuclei
Phys. Rev.- 1996.- V.C 54 –P. 3014-3024.

Denisov V.Yu., Plujko V. A.
Problems of physics of atomic nuclei and nuclear reactions (in Russian)
Scientific Monograph, Kyiv, TSNU, Publ.Co., 2013, 412pp., ²SBN 978-966-439-673-5.

Contacts


plujko@univ.kiev.ua