Radik M. Martirosyan
Biography
Education
Yerevan State University (1958). PhD (1964) and DeS (1980) Institute of Physics of USSR Academy of Sciences after P.N.Lebedev. Associate professor since 1966 and full professor since 1982. Corresponding member (elected in 1986) and academician (elected in 1990) of the National Academy of Sciences.

Research areas
Quantum electronics, applied problems of Superconductivity, Space research, Radio astronomy, Radio physics research methods of remote sensing of Earth.

Honors
Laureate of Armenian and Ukrainian State Prices, Armenian Order of the Saint Mesrop Mashtots, Yu.Gagarin's medal, different orders and medals of Armenia and USSR.

Current position
The President of the National Academy of Sciences of Armenia (2006). Member of Presidium of NAS RA (since 1993). Adviser to the Director of the Institute of Radiophysics and Electronics of NAS RA (since 2006)

Publications
Author of more then 200 scientific articles and two monographs published in USA and Sweden. Specialization: Radio Physics and Quantum Electronics

Radik M. Martirosyan

Head of Chair | Faculty of Radiophysics - Chair of Radiophysics and Electronics
 
 

Article

A. S. Nikoghosyan, T. He, J. Shen, R. M. Martirosyan, M. Yu.Tunyan, А. V. Papikyan, А. А. Papikyan

Optical Properties of Human Jawbone and CERABONE® in the Terahertz Range | PROCEEDINGS of the International Conference on “Microwave and THz Technologies, Photonics and Wireless Communications”. 2016, MAY 4-6, 49-52 |
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Thesis

Vitali Kalantaryan, Radik Martirosyan, Yura Babayan, Pogos Vardevanyan

Influence of nonionizing millimeter electromagnetic radiation on tumor and healthy DNA | The 2nd European Congress of Medical Physics. 2018, 96-96 pp.

Vitali Kalantaryan, Radik Martirosyan, Yura Babayan, Pogos Vardevanyan

Influence of nonionizing millimeter electromagnetic radiation on tumor and healthy DNA | The 2nd European Congress of Medical Physics. 2018, p. 96-96

Vitali Kalantaryan, Radik Martirosyan, Yura Babayan, Hamlet Badalyan

What is the primary target of the action millimeter waves on biological objects? | The Joint Annual Meeting of The Bioelectromagnetics Society and the European BioElectromagnetics Association co-organized with the European COST EMF-MED Action BM1309. 2016, p. 762-763 |