Michael I. Ojovan0000-0001-8928-4879
Michael I. Ojovan has been Assistant Professor at the Department of Materials Science and Engineering of the University of Sheffield and Visiting Professor at the Department of Materials of Imperial College London. He has also been Nuclear Engineer at International Atomic Energy Agency Headquarters in Vienna, Austria. Ojovan has been awarded the D.S. degree in physical chemistry and Ph.D. degree in solid state physics. He is Fellow of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences and Member of the Material Research Society and International Commission on Glass. He is also an Editorial Board Member of Journal of Nuclear Materials and International Journal of Corrosion. He has authored over 300 peer-reviewed scientific papers, has 42 patents, and published 12 monographs on nuclear materials including the second edition of “An introduction to nuclear waste immobilization” by Elsevier (2005, 2014). He has been known for the two-exponential universal viscosity equation and the connectivity-percolation theory of glass-liquid transition.
Biography Updated on 20 December 2014