Alexander V. Gurevich

Professor of Physics

Old Dominion University
Department of Physics
4600 Elkhorn Avenue
Norfolk, VA 23529-0116

Office: OCNPS Rm. 225
Phone: (757) 683-4394
Fax: (757) 683-3038

Research Interests:

  • Condensed matter theory
  • Superconductivity, vortex matter
  • Nonequilibrium states, kinetics and dissipative structures
  • Materials physics
  • Accelerator physics

Recent Publications:

  1. A. Gurevich, "To use or not to use cool superconductors?" Nature Materials 10, 255-259 (2011).
  2. N. Groll, A. Gurevich, and I. Chiorescu. "Measurements of the nonlinear Meissner effect in superconducting Nb films using resonant microwave cavity: A probe of unconventional order parameter." Phys. Rev. (Rapid Comm.) B 81, 020504(R) (2010).
  3. C. Tarantini, M. Putti, A. Gurevich, Y. Shen, R.K. Singh, J.M. Rowell, N. Newman, D.C. Larbalestier, P. Cheng, Y. Jia, and H-H Wen. "Suppression of the critical temperature in NdFeAs(OF) single crystal by Kondo-like scattering induced by irradiation." Phys. Rev. Lett. 104, 087002 (2010).
  4. A. Gurevich. "Helical instability of charged vortices in layered superconductors". Phys. Rev. (Rapid Comm.) B 81, 100505(R) (2010).
  5. A. Gurevich. "Upper Critical Field and the Fulde-Ferrel-Larkin-Ovchinnikov Transition in Multiband Superconductors." Phys. Rev. B 82, 184504 (2010).