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Professor A.P. Potylitsyn is 60 years old



aleksandr Petrović Potylitsyn was born on November 30, 1945 in Yurga of the Kemerovo region.

By the time of receipt in 1964 in the Tomsk Polytechnic University (then institute) it managed to graduate from the Yurga mechanical technical school, to without attending lectures pass examinations for 10 classes at evening school, to work within 1.5 years on the Yurga machine works.

Having graduated from physics and technology faculty of TPI in 1970, A.P. Potylitsyn started the professional career in scientific research institute of nuclear physics at TPI where he conducted researches on the synchrotron & #34; Сириус" having passed till 1995 on all steps - the engineer, m of N of page, the senior engineer, page of N of page, the manager. lab., Head of Department.

In 1995 A.P. Potylitsyn headed department

applied physics of FTF, which graduate

it is. At that time & #34; to do good физику"

it was not so simple. High school fundamental

the science was financed quite poorly therefore

it was necessary to interest in the of result ** "" -

mi & #34; people in погонах" to receive noticeable financial injections.

The hero of the anniversary managed & #34; to combine pleasant with полезным". In 1979 he defends the master's thesis at the Yerevan physical institute, and in 1986 - doctor's in the Leningrad politekhni-

chesky institute (oddly enough, in TPI at that time there was no dissertation council in nuclear physics). It is possible to remember that by results of the researches executed on & #34; Сириусе" under the direction of (and with active participation) A.P. Potylitsyna, Scientific Research Institute YaF was among performers of the subject which is carried out under the resolution of the Central Committee of the CPSU and CM of the USSR with allocation of the budgetary rates and currency financing for purchase of the import equipment that happened extremely seldom.

In 1985 group of the Tomsk physicists (S.A. Vorobyov, B.N. Kalinin, S. Pak and A.P. Potylitsyn) in an experiment on the synchrotron & #34; Сириус" found new physical effect & #34; parametrical x-ray излучения" predicted in the early seventies and which shortly before it unsuccessfully tried to find professional. Luke Yuan on the Kornelsky accelerator (USA), one of the leading experimenters of the world. Within the next years this effect was investigated in various accelerating centers of the USSR, the USA, Canada, Japan, Germany, and in many cases with participation of the Tomsk physicists.

Before the collapse of the USSR the synchrotron & #34; Сириус" was one of three accelerators in the country (two others - in Kharkiv and Yerevan) where were carried out by the wide front under the leadership of A.P. Potylitsyn ex-

perimentalny researches of interaction of ultrarelativistic electrons with the focused crystals. For joint experiments to Tomsk there came physics from Uzbekistan, Armenia, Ukraine, Belarus.

After 1991 when Tomsk became & #34; открытым" the city, effective cooperation of the Tomsk physicists with the foreign accelerating centers began. To joint sessions to Tomsk there came scientists from Japan, the USA, Germany, and the prof. A.P. Potylitsyn was repeatedly invited for work in leading universities (1994 - the invited professor of the University of Tokyo; 1996 - the invited professor of Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan; 2002 - the invited professor of the University of Johann Guttenberg, Mainz, Germany).

Achievements of the Tomsk group were repeatedly noted on the international Symposiums & #34; Radiation of relativistic electrons in periodic structures (RREPS) & #34; who will be organized and led to TPU since 1993 by odd years and where A.P. Potylitsyn is a permanent cochairman of the Organizing committee. About the level of Symposiums in which scientists from the USA, Japan, Germany, France, Denmark, etc. regularly participate, says the fact that works of Symposiums RREPS 97, 99, 01, 03 are published in the form of thematic issues of the high-rating magazine & #34; Nuclear Instruments and Methods, В".

In 2000 A.P. Potylitsyn in the National KEK accelerating laboratory (Tsukuba, Japan) offered and proved an experiment on the removed bunch of the KEK-ATF accelerator on not revolting diagnostics of an electron beam on the basis of diffraction radiation. The Tomsk participants of the project made targets with nanometer admissions on roughness of a surface, theoretical models of process were developed, modeling of the test unit was carried out. Joint experiments on the KEK-ATF accelerator for the first time showed operability of a technique at not revolting determination of the cross sizes of a bunch about 15 microns.

After the first successful experiment in 2003 the prof. A.P. Potylitsyn and employees kaf. PF of page of N of this year A. Naumenko and A.S. Ara-shev graduate student received the invitation to participate in a similar experiment in the USA on the Stanford linear particle accelerator.

Within the Agreement between the Tomsk Polytechnic University and the Hiroshima university the collaboration on development of new sources of monochromatic x-ray radiation with use of compact electronic accelerators on energy less than 50 MeV on the basis of effect of parametrical radiation develops.

In 2004 the group of the Tomsk physicists under the leadership of A.P. Potylitsyn is included in the structure of group of developers of the international project of an elek-throne-positron collider of GLC. Representatives more than 120 universities and the physical centers a camp of Asia and the USA participate in the project, including two organizations from Russia are IYaF Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Science (Novosibirsk) and TPU (Tomsk). The main contribution of participants of the Tomsk group belongs to the project of creation of a positron source of new type in which instead of the traditional amorphous converter the focused monocrystal will be used. Researches of structure of the crystal targets produced in Russia are conducted in Tomsk within the contract where modeling of efficiency of generation of positrons in various crystals whereas joint pilot studies are conducted on the KEK linear particle accelerator (Tsukuba, Japan) in cooperation with scientists of Japan and France is also carried out.

The prof. A.P. Potylitsyn was the head of grants of the Russian Federal Property Fund, Ministry of Atomic Energy, Ministry of Education, Soros fund, INTAS, MNTC.

Now, being the head of a joint grant with scientists from JINR (Dubna), A.P. Potylitsyn involves in his performance students of FTF, one of which, the student of the 5th course A.S. Gogolev participates in experimental sessions on the superconducting accelerator of JINR & #34; Нуклотрон" is also a coauthor of the joint article published in the prestigious magazine & #34; Letters in ЖЭТФ".

To the 60 anniversary A.P. Potylitsyn published more than 200 articles in the reviewed magazines (from them more than 120 - in foreign magazines, and 4 articles are published (in co-authorship) in the magazine & #34; Phys. Rev. Lett. & #34; which has the highest rating among physical magazines), 3 monographs (including one collective - in Kluwer Academic Publishers publishing house, Holland), prepared 11 graduate students and applicants, was a consultant for 3 doctoral dissertations.

According to the editor of the leading domestic physical magazine & #34; Letters in ЖЭТФ" (2005. - T. 82. - Page 355) in 10 years (1995-2004) is published in the magazine 36 articles submitted by scientific groups from Tomsk. From this number 6 of articles are published by research team of A.P. Potylitsyn.

Professor A.P. Potylitsyn is a member of Editorial board of the magazine & #34; News Tomsk polytechnical университета".

In 1996 A.P. Potylitsyn is awarded with the Order of Honour.

Friends, colleagues, physicists from the different countries are members informal & #34; Accelerator Community" congratulate Alexander Petrović on anniversary and wish it not to reduce speed!

Yu.N. Adishchev,

professor of department of applied physics of FTF

Gary Osborne
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