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Vladimir Demidov, Ph.D.


Research Professor
West Virginia University
Department of Physics and Astronomy
White Hall 205
PO Box 6315
Morgantown, WV 26506-6315

Phone: 304-293-4920

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Dr. Demidov has many years of diverse experience from physics, research, and education. He has done investigations of physics and chemistry of plasmas, plasma electronic devices, optics and spectroscopy, atomic and molecular physics, and lasers. He also has experience teaching in general and theoretical physics, different aspects of plasma physics, atomic and molecular physics, optics, mathematics, and computer algebra systems.


Ph.D., Physics, St. Petersburg University, Russia


WVU hosts American Physical Society Mid-Atlantic Meeting

Professors Alan Bristow and Aldo Romero led the organization of this meeting in Morgantown in Fall 2015.

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Two Faculty honored with NSF CAREER awards

Professors Cheng Cen and Ned Flagg are the latest in a line-up of WVU recipients of this prestigious early-career award.

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Gravitational Waves Detected!

Prof. Sean McWilliams, assistant professor in our Department and Prof. Zach Etienne in WVU Math and adjunct in Physics and Astronomy are part of an international collaboration that has detected gravitational waves!

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