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Doniyor Babajanov

NATURAL-MATHEMATICAL SCIENCE department​

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2004-2008Undergraduate student, Faculty of Physics, National University of  Uzbekistan
2008-2010Master student, Theoretical Physics Department, Faculty of Physics, National University of Uzbekistan
2011-2013Postgraduate, Theoretical Physics Department,  Faculty of Physics, National    University of Uzbekistan

2018-present

Teacher, Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent

2013-2017

Research assistant, Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent

2014-2016

Senior teacher, Academic lyceum under Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent

2013-2017Assistant teacher, Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent (by contract)
2006-2009

Junior researcher assistant, The Laboratory of Advanced Studies, Heat Physics Department of the Uzbek Academy of Sciences

Fellowships awarded:

  • ISSC HEP ’09 Summer School Fellowship, 2009.
  • Member of group fellowship - Volkswagen Foundation Grant, 2013-2014.
  • ICTP Summer School fellowship, 2014.
  • Member of group fellowship – TWAS Grant, 2014.
  • Member of group fellowship - Volkswagen Foundation Grant, 2014-2015.
  • Member of group fellowship – TWAS Grant, 2015.
  • ICTP School fellowship, 2016
  • ICTP Spring College fellowship, 2018

Main field: Theoretical Physics

Research interests:

  • Nonlinear evolution equations on branched systems and networks
  • Condensed matter physics: particle transport in low-dimensional nanoscale systems
  • Cold atom physics: Nonlinear dynamics of BEC and vortices

Refereed journals:

  1. Babajanov, H. Matyoqubov, D. Matrasulov. Charged solitons in branched conducting polymers. The Journal Of Chemical Physics, 149, 164908 (2018). (Impact factor: 2.843).
  2. B. Babajanov, H.Sh. Matyokubov. Kicked particle transport in armchair graphene nanoribbons. // Actual problems of modern science, education and training in the region, 2018 volume 1. p. 5-14.
  3. B. Babajanov, H.Sh. Matyokubov. Soliton mechanism of charge transport in branched conducting polymers and verification of conservation laws. // Actual problems of modern science, education and training in the region, 2018 volume 4. p. 7-18.
  4. K. Sabirov, D.B. Babajanov, D.U. Matrasulov and P.G. Kevrekidis. Dynamics of Dirac solitons in networks. Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical, 51, 435203 (13pp) (2018). (Impact factor: 1.963). Citations: 7
  5. Sobirov , D. Babajanov and D. Matrasulov. Nonlinear standing waves on planar branched systems: shrinking into metric graph. Nanosystems: physics, chemistry, mathematics, 8 (1), P. 29–37, (2017). (Impact factor: 0.51).
  6. Zarif Sobirov, Doniyor Babajanov, Davron Matrasulov, Katsuhiro Nakamura and Hannes Uecker. Sine-Gordon solitons in networks: Scattering and transmission at vertices. Europhysics Letters (EPL), 115, 50002 (2016). (Impact factor: 1.957). Citations: 3
  7. Katsuhiro Nakamura, Doniyor Babajanov, Davron Matrasulov, Michikazu Kobayashi, and Paulsamy Muruganandam. Dynamics of trapped interacting vortices in Bose-Einstein condensates: Role of breathing degree of freedom. Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical, 49,  315102 (20pp) (2016). (Impact factor: 1.963). Citations: 3
  8. Hannes Uecker, Daniel Grieser, Zarif Sobirov, Doniyor Babajanov, Davron Matrasulov. Soliton transport in tubular networks: transmission at vertices in the shrinking limit. Physical Review E, 91, 023209, (2015). (Impact factor: 2.366). Citations: 9
  9. B. Babajanov, D. U. Matrasulov, Z. A. Sobirov, S. K. Avazbaev, O. V. Karpova. Time-dependent quantum circular billiard. Nanosystems: physics, chemistry, mathematics, 6 (2), P. 224–243, (2015). (Impact factor: 0.51).
  10. Rakhmanov, D. Babajanov, O. Karpova, F. Khoshimova. Quantum dynamics in a kicked square billiards. Nanosystems: physics, chemistry, mathematics, 6 (2), P. 216–223, (2015). (Impact factor: 0.51).
  11. B. Eshchanov, Sh. Otajonov, A. Isamatov and D. Babajanov. Dynamics of relaxation processes in liquids: Analysis of oscillation and orientation spectra. Journal of Molecular Liquids, Vol. 202, P. 148–152, (2015). (Impact factor: 4.513).
  12. К. Сабиров, О. Карпова, Д. Бабажонов. Стационарное нелинейное уравнение Шрёдингера на простейших графах. Uzbek Journal of Physics,17 (№5), PP.274-281, (2015).
  13. Rakhmanov, O. Karpova, D. R. Rakhimboeva, F. Khashimova, D. Babajanov. Quantum dynamics of hydrogen-like atom in one-dimensional box with oscillating walls. Nanosystems: Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, 6 (6), p. 767–772 (2015). (Impact factor: 0.51).
  14. Babajanov, D. Matrasulov, R. Egger. Particle transport in graphene driven by ultrashort pulses. European Physical Journal B, 87, 258, (2014) (highlighted paper). (Impact factor: 1.465). Citations: 3
  15. A. Mirsagatov, I. B. Sapaev, Sh. R. Valieva, and D. Babajanov. Electrophysical and Photoelectric Properties of Injection Photodiode Based on pSi-nCdS-In Structure and Influence of Ultrasonic Irradiation on them. Journal of Nanoelectronics and Optoelectronics, Vol. 9, 834-843, (2014). (Impact factor: 1.069). Citations: 3
  16. K. Sabirov, Z. A. Sobirov, D. Babajanov and D. U. Matrasulov. Stationary Nonlinear Schrodinger Equation on Simplest Graphs. Physics Letters A, 377 860–865, (2013). (Impact factor: 1.863). Citations: 10
  17. Katsuhiro Nakamura, Doniyor Babajanov, Davron Matrasulov, and Michikazu Kobayashi. Dynamics of inertial vortices in multicomponent Bose-Einstein condensates. Rev. A 86 (2012) 053613. (Impact factor: 2.925) Citations: 4

 

Papers published in conference proceedings:

  1. Sabirov, Z. Sabirov, D. Babajanov and D. Matrasulov. Time-independent nonlinear Schrödinger equation on simplest networks. Proceedings of the International Conference on “Low Dimensional Functional Materials” Tashkent, 2012
  2. Kanokov, D. Babajanov and K. Nakamura. Non-Markovian dynamics of the quantum systems. Proceedings of international workshop “Low-dimensional nanoscale systems”, November 6-7 (2012), Tashkent, Uzbekistan
  3. Nakamura, D. Babajanov. Dynamics of vortices with inertia in multi-component Bose-Einstein condensates. Proceedings of International Workshop “Low-dimensional Nanoscale Systems”, November 10-11 (2011), Tashkent, Uzbekistan 

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