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  • From: Nagy Denes Lajos <nagy AT>
  • To: Fizinfo <fizinfo AT>
  • Subject: [Fizinfo] cooperation Hungary-Ukraine (fwd)
  • Date: Mon, 5 Apr 2004 12:01:39 +0200 (CEST)
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Kedves Kollégák,

az alábbiakban továbbítok egy Harkovból érkezett üzenetet; hátha érdekel
valakit a javasolt együttműködési lehetőség.


Nagy Dénes Lajos

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Mon, 5 Apr 2004 11:19:22 +0400
From: Valentina A. Sirenko
<sirenko AT>
nagy AT
Cc: Henryk Szymczak
<szymh AT>
Subject: cooperation Hungary-Ukraine

Dear Prof. Denes Nagy,

we are writing you due to kind recommendation of Henryk Szymczak, with
whom we have a many-year fruitful cooperation.

Recently, a joint 2-year scintific program was established between
Academies of Science of Hungary and Ukraine. The competition of projects
was declared with the deadline April 30.

More details may be found at the address in Hungary:
Ministry of Education
Department for International R&D Affairs
H-1052 Budapest, Szervita ter 8
Tel (36-1) 317 - 59 - 00
Fax (36-1) 266 - 08 -01
teri.sutany AT


Our field of interest is interplay between magnetic and lattice structure.

Our recent measurements are concerned with structural study of
magnetostriction in superconductors due to interaction between magnetic
vortices and crystal lattice defects, and in perovskite manganites, due to
spin-reorientation transitions. We found oscillations of magnetostriction
in the mixed state of superconductivity in the peak-effect regime and
2-phase behavior of magnetic subsystem in low-doped manganites. These
results were obtaines for the first time and are perspective for studying;
deatiled atructural investigation is of significance.

We also start magnetostriction study in fulleren based materials. Our
institute has a wide range of cryogenic equipment for studying condensed
matter properties at low temperatures ( .

Hope, you will be interested in performing cooperation with us

Looking forward to hearing from you

Prof. Victor Eremenko, director
Prof. Valentyna Sirenko, head of research

Institute for Low Temperature Phys, & Eng.
61103 Kharkov, Ukraine
tel 38 0572 321223
fax 38 0572 335593

  • [Fizinfo] cooperation Hungary-Ukraine (fwd), Nagy Denes Lajos, 04/05/2004

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