Valeri B.  Arakelyan
Biography
Education
1970 - Graduated from department of Physical Engineering, Kharkov, Polytechnic Institute

Academic degree
Ph.D, Candidate of phys. - math. sci. (03.00.02 - Biophysics)– “Theory of electric breakdown bilayer lipid membranes”, 1980, MSU, Moskov.
Doctor of phys.-math. sci.( 01.04.02 - Theoretical Physics, 03.00.02 - Biophysics ) – “The local electrostatic fields and the membrane transport”, 1994, Yerevan Physics Institute, Yerevan

Professional experience
From 2010: Professor of department of Molecular Physics Faculty of Physics YSU
2007 - 2010: Leading Scientific Researcher Laboratory of Macromolecular Physics, Faculty of Physics, YSU
1994 - 2007: Leading Scientific Researcher, Yerevan Physics Institute, Armenia
1985 - 1994: Junior Scientific Researcher, Yerevan Physics Institute, Armenia
1980 - 1985: Scientific Researcher, Yerevan Physics Institute, Armenia
1977 - 1980: Post-graduate student in the Institute of Electrochemistry of The Ac.Sci. USSR, Moscow, Russia
1975 - 1977: Junior Scientific Researcher, Yerevan Physics Institute, Armenia
1973 - 1975: Junior Scientific Researcher, Department of Biology, Kharkov State University, Ukraine
1970 - 1973: Engineer, Physical and Technical Department of Kharkov Polytechnic Institute, Ukraine

Academic courses
  • Basic models of biophysics – 1st year Master students, YSU
  • "Membrane Physics" for 4-st year bachelor students, YSU

    Scale of professional interests
    Theoretical Biophysics, Biophysics of Membranes, Stochastic Processes in physics-chemical systems.

    Participation in grant projects
    1994: RYX000 from International Science Foundation.
    1998 - 2000: Grant from CRDF - ACB-013-98.
    1999 - 2000: ISTC #A-301.1.
    1999 - 2003: Grant ISTC A-199.
    2000 - 2001: CRDF #AB2-2006.
    2003: Grant NATO SST-CLG 979883-1.
    2002 - 2006: ISTC A-773.
    2002 - 2007: ISTC #A-301.2.
    2010 - 2014: TRASNADE [FP7-PEOPLE-2009-IRSES-247656
    2013 - 2015: 13-1F127
    2015 - 2019: H2020-MSCA-RISE-2014

    Professional membership
    Member of Specialized Council 051 at Yerevan State University
    Member of Biophysical Society of Armenia

    Languages
    Armenian, Russian, English

    v.arakelyan@ysu.am
  • Valeri B. Arakelyan

    Professor | Faculty of Physics - Chair of Molecular Physics
     
     

    Article

    A. L. Torosyan, G. V. Ananyan, V. B. Arakelyan

    Influence of zinc oxide nanoparticles on bilayer lipid membrane properties (Ցինկի օքսիդի նանոմասնիկների ազդեցությունը երկշերտ լիպիդային թաղանթների հատկությունների վրա) | ԵՊՀ Գիտական տեղեկագիր, Ֆիզիկա և մաթեմատիկա, 2019, հ. 53, #3, էջ 208-213 |

    Ishkhan Vardanyan, Zaven Navoyan, Sergio Enrique Moya, Valeri Arakelyan, Edwin Donath

    Flow Cytometry Study of the Non-Fickean Diffusion of Small-Charged Molecules in Poly(diallyl dimethyl ammonium chloride)/Poly(styrene sodium sulfonate) Multilayers: Impact of the Layer Number, Top Layer, and Concentration of Diffusing Molecules | J. Phys. Chem. B, 2019, 123 (9), pp. 2182–2189

    A. L. Torosyan, G. V. Ananyan, V. B. Arakelyan

    Influence of nanoparticles of CuO on the stability and conductivity of BLM (Պղնձի օքսիդի նանոմասնիկների ազդեցությունը երկշերտ լիպիդային թաղանթների կայունության և հաղորդականության վրա) | ԵՊՀ գիտական տեղեկագիր, Ֆիզիկա և մաթեմատիկա, 2018, հ. 52, #1, էջ 41-46 |

    E. Donath, I. Vardanyan, S. Meyer, R. A. Murray, S. E. Moya, Z. Navoyan, V. Arakelyan

    A typical diffusion monitored by flow cytometry: slow diffusion of small molecules in polyelectrolyte multilayers | Nanoscale, 2018, Vol. 10, Issue 2, 765-772 pp.

    E.Donath, I. Vardanyan, S. Meyer, R. A. Murray, S. E. Moya, Z. Navoyan, V. Arakelyan

    Atypical Diffusion Monitored by Flow Cytometry: Slow Diffusion of Small Molecules in Polyelectrolyte Multilayers | Nanoscale, 2018,10, pp. 765-772
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    Thesis

    Valeri B. Arakelyan, Marine A. Parsadanyan, Poghos O. Vardevanyan

    Effect of concentration of ligands on DNA-biosensor average output signal and dispersion | Albany 2019: 20th Conversations; Journal of Biomolecular Structure and Dynamcs. p. 79

    Anahit L. Torosyan, Gayane V. Ananyan, Valeri B. Arakelyan

    Changes in the stability and conductivity of BLM in the presence of zinc oxide nanoparticles | Albany 2019: The 20th Conversation. 2019, pp. 86-87