15.02.2019 | 
Science
AN EVENT COMMEMORATING PROFESSOR LEVON MURADYAN
AN EVENT COMMEMORATING PROFESSOR LEVON MURADYAN
The commemoration event dedicated to the Professor of the Chair of Optics of the Faculty of Physics, Doctor of Physics and Mathematics Levon Muradyan was held at the Conference hall of the Faculty of Physics.

The Dean of the Faculty of Physics Rafik Hakobyan, the Dean of the Faculty of Radiophysics Khachatur Nerkararyan, heads of chairs, lecturers, students, relatives and friends of Levon Muradyan were present at the commemoration event.

Rafik Hakobyan presented a video telling about the years of study with Professor Muradyan’s and some interesting episodes from the years they worked together.

“He was not only a good friend but a great scientist as well. He had a significant contribution to modern ultrafast optics and laser physics. On November 29, 2018 the scientific and research laboratory of ultrafast optics and photonica of the Scientific and Research institute of Physics of the Faculty of Physics was named after Professor Levon Muradyan.

The scientific leader of the laboratory of ultrafast optics and photonica, Candidate of Physics and mathematics Aghavni Kutuzyan presented a video describing the scientific activity of the Professor. She informed that the Professor was the author of more than 200 scientific publications, got 10 certificates in the field of ultrafast optics and fiber optics, under his leadership and consulting numerous dissertations were defeated.

The head of the Chair of Optics, the director of the SRI of Physics, Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, Professor Roman Alaverdyan recollected the years they worked together. Those present lecturers, friends and relatives of the eminent Professor shared their memories about him.

Professor Levon Muradyan passed away on September 19, 2019.

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