RESUME of Mikhail Kozlov

Kollontay Street 30-2-202
St. Petersburg, 193312, Russia

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Born on May 31 1957.

·  Doctor of philosophy (Candidate of science), 1982. Thesis: "Parity nonconservation effects in mirror molecules"

·  Doctor of Science, 2002. Thesis: "Precision calculations of the parity non-conservation in atoms and tests of the standard model"

1974-1979: student of the Physical Faculty of the Leningrad State University.
1979-1982: postgraduate student in the same university.
1982 - till present: with Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute.
 1982: Probationer.
 1983: Junior scientific collaborator.
 1989: Scientific collaborator.
 1993: Senior scientific collaborator.
 2004: Leading scientific collaborator.
2008 - till present: member of The Foundational Questions Institute (FQXi).
2012 - till present: professor of St. Petersburg Electrotechnical University "LETI".

Temporary positions.

1995,2001,2012: Visiting Fellow in the University of New South Wales, Australia.
1998-1999: Senior Research Fellow in Sussex University, UK.
2009 - till present: Adjunct Professor with Physics Department of University of Nevada, Reno.


1992, 2007: Godfrey Fellowship in the University of New South Wales, Australia.
1993: Coperland Fellowship in Amherst College, USA.
1996: An Honorary Visiting Fellowship in the University of New South Wales, Australia.
2003-2005: Distinguished Visiting Fellowship in International Research Center for Experimental Physics at Queen's University of Belfast.
2014-2015: Helmholtz-Institute Mainz Visiting Scientist Fellowship.
2016: Research Fellowship from Mainz Institute for Theoretical Physics at the Johannes Gutenberg University.

Grants and publications.

PI for 8 grants from the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (RFBR). Current grant for 2017-2019. “Leader” grant 2017-2019 from "Basis Foundation".

Author and co-author of 142 papers in refereed international journals; ISI citation index over 3500, h-index 32. Google Scholar indeces (include internet preprint citations) are 5100 and 38.