Igor E. Dzyaloshinskii
Professor Emeritus, Physics & Astronomy
School of Physical Sciences
PH.D., Institute for Physical Problems, Moscow, 1957
1953, Moscow State University
Phone: (949) 824-2301
Fax: (949) 824-2174
University of California, Irvine
310U Rowland Hall
Mail Code: 4575
Irvine, CA 92697
Time-Parity violation in magneto-optics. Fermi liquid and non-Fermi liquid behavior in condensed matter.
The properties of strongly correlated electrons are the most challenging problems in condensed matter physics and statistical physics. They are crucial to our understanding of high- temperature superconductivity, heavy fermions, and quantum magnets. Lately I have studied the possibility of the spontaneous parity violation in such systems and presently am trying to develop a theory of the strong spectrum renormalization.
At UCI I have taught the graduate courses in Mathematical Methods of Physics, Electrodynamics, and Condensed Matter Theory. Moreover, I have a lively interest in physics as a whole and would willingly teach any part of theoretical physics or general physics.
Extended Van-Hove Singularity and Related Non-Fermi Liquids, I. Dzyaloshinskii, J. Phys. I 6, 119 (1996).
Nonreciprocal Optical Rotation in Antiferromagnets, I. Dzyaloshinskii and E. V. Papamichail, Phys. Rev. Lett. 75, 3004 (1995).
External Magnetic Fields of Antiferromagnets, I. Dzyaloshinskii, Solid State Comm. 82, 579 (1992).
Space and Time Parity Violation in Anionic and Chiral Systems, I. Dzyaloshinskii, Phys. Lett. A155, 62 (1991).