Valeri Saveliev


Phone: 027-87792294


Academic Areas: Physics, Applied Mathematics, Applied Physics and Technology

Research Interests: Benefit from my research in high energy physics, mathematical modeling on high performance computing systems, and optoelectronics technology, I develop the Silicon Photomultiplier (SiPM), which is super unique semiconductor photon counting detector.

Academic Degrees

Ph. D

Professional Experience

2015-now,Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan, China, Professor

2011-now, Institute of Applied Mathematics, Russian Academy of Scienses, Moscow, Russia, Leading scientist.

Group Leader:

International Linear Collider –  (scientific secretary of the Russian ILC collaboration)

Magneto gas dynamics modeling at high performance computing systems.

2006 – 2011 National Research Nuclear University  –  “MEPHI”, Moscow, Russia Professor

2002 – 2011  Obninsk State University, Obninsk, Russia

Group Leader  of  Applied Mathematics Department

- International Linear Collider –  (scientific secretary of the Russian ILC collaboration)

- Mathematical simulation of the International Linear Collider Physics and Detector,

- Experimental data Analysis of CDF experiment, FNAL, Analysis of the CP violation in Bs system,   

- Development of the Semiconductor technology -novel type of  Photodetector – Silicon Photomultiplier,

- High Performance Computing System, Parallel Computing Algorithm Development. Plasma Physics simulation (ITER project)  

1991–2002 Moscow Engineering and Physics Institute (Uni), Moscow, Russia

Group Leader of  Elementary Particle Physics Department:

- Theory of Transition Radiation, mathematical modeling and Analysis in High Energy Physics,

- HERA-B experiment (DESY),

- Silicon Technology Design, Tracking detectors, Planar Technology, Avalanche Structures for photon detection.

1979–1991 Moscow Engineering and Physics Institute, Moscow, Russia

Senior Scientist:

Experimental Study and Analysis of pion Absorption in Matter and Heavy Isotopes of Hydrogen,

Experimental Study and Analysis of muon-nucleons atoms,

Study and development of the Silicon Technology: Telescopic Spectrometer for the measurement of the energy of elementary particles.

Selected Publications

[1]Saveliev V, Golovin V, Silicon avalanche photodiodes on the base of metal-resistor-semiconductor (MRS) structures, Nuclear Instruments and methods, 442, 2000,

[2]Saveliev V, Silicon Photomultiplier – New Era of Photon Detection, Advances in Optical and Photonic Devices, Chapter 14, Intech, 2010,

[3]D'Ascenzo N, Saveliev V. Study of silicon photomultipliers for the medical imaging systems. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment, 695, 2012,

[4]D'Ascenzo N, Saveliev V, Wang L, Xi Q., Study of Silicon Photomultipliers and applications [C]//SPIE Sensing Technology+ Applications. International Society for Optics and Photonics, 2014: 91140N-91140N-14.\

[5]Acquafredda R., et all, The OPERA experiment in the CERN to Gran Sasso neutrino beam, Journal of Instrumentation, v4, 2009,

[6]Chetverushkin B, D’Ascenzo, Saveliev V., Hyperbolic type explicit kinetic scheme of magneto gas dynamics for high performance computing systems, Russian Journal of Numerical Analysis and Mathematical Modeling, v 30, 2015

[7]Abt I., et al, J/psi production via chi(c) decays in 920 GeV pA Interactions, Physics Letters B, V561,1, 2003

[8]Aaltonen T., González B. Á., Amerio S, et al. Search for B-s(0)->mu(+)mu(-) Decays with CDF II, v Physical Review Letters v107, 23, 2011,

[9]Web of Sciences:  total number of publications 274, h=34


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