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Mikhail Denissenya, PhD [CV]


Department: Physics
Position: Instructor
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Office: 7e.332
Email: mikhail.denissenya@nu.edu.kz
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Mikhail Denissenya held a postdoctoral position at the Energetic Cosmos Laboratory at Nazarbayev University from 2016 to 2018. He worked on cosmology projects related to the physics of the early universe, cosmic curvature and large scale structure growth. Mikhail started his undergraduate research experience in the field of nonlinear dynamics and chaos theory. Then earned a Master’s degree studying the non-perturbative phenomena of strongly interacting matter with the quantum field theory approach at Kazakh National University after al-Farabi in 2010. In 2011-2012 he worked as a teaching assistant and contributed to the research in high energy physics at University of Regina, Canada. He completed his doctoral thesis within the graduate school “Hadrons in Vacuum, Nuclei and Stars” at the Institute for Theoretical Physics at Karl-Franzens University of Graz, Austria.

 

 

Publications include:

1. Gravity’s Islands: Parametrizing Horndeski Stability -Mikhail Denissenya, Eric V. Linder, submitted to arXiv.

2. M. Denissenya, E. V. Linder, Shafieloo A. Cosmic Curvature Tested Directly from Observations  JCAP 1803 (2018), 041.

3. M. Denissenya, E. V. Linder Accurate Fitting of Modified Gravity Growth JCAP 1711 (2017) no.11, 052.

4. M. Denissenya, E. V. Linder Cosmic Growth Signatures of Modified Gravitational Strength JCAP 1706 (2017) no.06, 030.

5. Denissenya M. Probing Modified Gravity Impact on Large Scale Structure with Next Generation Surveys, Proceedings from the International Conference “Exploring the Energetic Universe 2017”, Astana, Kazakhstan.

6. Abylkairov S., Yelshibekov K., Denissenya M., Linder E. V. Dark Energy Equation of State Parameters with Double Strong Lensing, Proceedings from the International Conference “Exploring the Energetic Universe 2017”, Astana, Kazakhstan.

7. M. Denissenya, L. Ya. Glozman, M. Pak Emergence of a new SU(4) symmetry in the baryon spectrum Phys.Rev. D92 (2015) 7, 074508.

8.  M. Denissenya, L. Ya. Glozman, M. Pak Evidence for a new SU(4) symmetry with J=2 mesons Phys.Rev. D91 11, 114512.

9.  M. Denissenya, L. Ya. Glozman, and C. B. Lang Isoscalar mesons upon unbreaking of chiral symmetry Phys.Rev. D91  3, 034505.

10. M. Denissenya, L. Ya. Glozman, C. B. Lang Symmetries of mesons after unbreaking of chiral symmetry and their string interpretation Phys. Rev. D 89 7, 077502.

11.  M. Denissenya, L. Ya. Glozman, C. B. Lang Mesons upon low-lying Dirac mode exclusion, Proceedings from the 32nd International Symposium on Lattice Field Theory, New York. PoS LATTICE2014 068.

12.  M. Denissenya, L. Ya. Glozman Chiral symmetry breaking and the generation of light hadron masses e-Print: arXiv:1401.6034.

11.  M. Denissenya, L. Ya. Glozman, C. B. Lang Mesons upon low-lying Dirac mode exclusion, Proceedings from the 32nd International Symposium on Lattice Field Theory, New York. PoS LATTICE2014 068.

12.  M. Denissenya, L. Ya. Glozman Chiral symmetry breaking and the generation of light hadron masses e-Print: arXiv:1401.6034.

13. M. Denissenya, L. Ya. Glozman, C. B. Lang, M. Schröck Effects of Low vs. High Fermionic Modes on Hadron Mass Generation Proceedings of the 31st International Symposium on Lattice Field Theory, Mainz. PoS LATTICE2013 115.

14. M. Denissenya, L. Ya. Glozman, C. B. Lang, M. Schröck More effects of Dirac low-mode removal Proceedings of the 31st International Symposium on Lattice Field Theory,  Mainz. PoS LATTICE2013 116.

15. Denissenya M., Musakhanov M.M. “Low Energy Constant l7 of ChPT  from the Instanton Vacuum Model” – Proceedings of the 4th congress of young scientists and students “Mir Nauki”, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

16. Denissenya M. “Instantons: Status and Prospects” – Proceedings of the 6th International Scientific Conference “Modern Achievements in Physics and Fundamental Physics Education”, Almaty, Kazakhstan.