George P. Shpenkov
 

 
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Curriculum Vita

Brief Biography

Discovery & Inventions

Books
Selected Publications
Memorandum RPhS

 

Dialectical Physics

Introduction
Dialectical View
Early Papers
Periodic Table
Table of Isotopes
Isotopes of Carbon
Isotopes of Helium

 

Physical Metric

Table of Objective Dimensionalities
Fundamental
Constants
The Physical Metric

 

Atomic Structure

Anisotropy of Graphene
Carbon and Oxygen
Graphene Nanoribbons
Orbitals (Eng)
Orbitals (Rus)
Electron Spin (Rus)
Electron Spin (Eng)
Virtual Particles (Rus)
Virtual Particles (Eng)
Atomic Nucleus (Rus)
Atomic Nucleus (Eng)
Nature of Gravity (Rus)
Nature of Gravity (Eng)
Planetary Orbits (Rus)
Planetary Orbits (Eng)
Cosmic Background (Rus)
Cosmic Background (Eng)
Neutron Moments (Rus)
Neutron Moments (Eng)
Proton Moments (Rus)
Proton Moments (Eng)
Fundamental Period (Rus)
Fundamental Period (Eng)
Decimal Code (Rus)
Decimal Code (Eng)
Wave Model (Rus)
Wave Model (Eng)

 

Conferences

EGF2016, Paris-France
23DGK-2015 Göttingen
ICNAAM-2012 Kos
GR19-2010 Mexico

 

Photos

Family and myself

 

 Contact

Work
Personal


 

Brief Biography



George P. Shpenkov, retired professor, the author of Friction Surface Phenomena (Elsevier Science, 1995) and one of the discoverers of Hydrogen Wear of Metals phenomenon (registered in former USSR, No. 378). He was born in Minsk, Belarus, in 1937 and received there his B.A. in physics from Belarusian University in 1965. He then went to St. Petersburg (Leningrad), Russia, to work with Nina Aleksandrovna Gorunova and Solomon Meerovich Ryvkin at Ioffe Physico-Technical Institute, under whose supervision he completed the D.Phil. in physics of semiconductors in 1968. He taught at Gomel University (Condensed Matter Sub-Faculty) in Belarus from 1969 to 1972, when he moved to Minsk, where he has spent years researching into applied physics problems at Radiation Introscopy Laboratory and teaching physics at Substance Structure Sub-Faculty in Belarusian University.

He works in Poland from 1992: at Silesian University in Katowice (Institute of Technological Problems) to 1996, then at University of Technology and Life Sciences (Institute of Mathematics & Physics) in Bydgoszcz, where he has taught up to 2008.

His first book, Physical Chemistry of Friction, appeared in 1978 (in Russian), followed by its extended and revised version (1991), Friction Surface Phenomena (1995). He is the co-author of Alternative Picture of the World (1996), Foundations of Physics: 13.644.Collected Papers (1998), and Atomic Structure of Matter-Space (2001) with Leonid Kreidik.

He is the author of over a hundred scholarly articles on various aspects of physics, published in different journals, proceedings, etc. Working at Ioffe Institute, he discovered laser radiation in A2B4C52 semiconductor compounds and generation of the second harmonic in them. One of his Ph.D. thesis referees was Zhores Ivanovich Alferov 2000 Nobel Laureate in Physics.

He defended also D.Sc. degree in Solid State Physics in Tomsk (at Institute of Firmness Physics and Material Science, Siberian Division of Academy of Sciences, Russia, 1990). University lecture classes he has taught include all sections of General Physics, Quantum Mechanics and Quantum Chemistry, Modern Physics (for philosophers), Selective Chapters of Surface Science (a monograph course), etc.

Subjects of current interest include an analysis of basic concepts of physics and their reconsideration to conformity with dialectical logic and philosophy on the basis of new ideas first put forward in the book Alternative Picture of the World (1996). Main achievements of this analysis are a series of the discoveries (expecting their universal recognition) related to primordial problems of physics such as the nature of mass and charge of elementary particles, the shell-nodal (molecule-like) structure of atoms, microwave background radiation of atoms, the nature of Lamb shift, dynamic model of elementary particles, and etc.  

May 2009
 

 

Summary

E=m0c2

2.73 K Background
h and a Constants
Neutrino
Electron Spin
> Lamb shift
DM as against SM
Neutron Magnetic Moment
Proton Magnetic Moment
Avogadro Constant
Ampere's Law
Hall Effect
Cosmological Redshift
Imaginary Unit

 

Related Links

Mass-Charge Nature
Binumbers of Dialectics
Fundamental Period
Algebra of Dialectics
Coulomb's Law
Waves and Current

 

Miscellaneous

Lecture, Wroslaw-2013
On the Higgs boson
Lecture in WAT
Warsaw, 20.10.06
Letter-to-IJTP
Gravitational Waves
Strong Interactions
Letter to Karshenboim

 

Videos

Dynamic Model
Electric constant e0
WaveModelDiscoveries
FundPhysProblems
Nucleus
CosmRedShift

 

Lectures on
Dialectical Physics

Volume 1
Volume 2
Volume 3
Volume 4
Volume 5
Volume 6

 


 

 
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