Vitaly P. Kalantaryan
Biography
Education
1960 - 1965: Graduated from Yerevan State University, Dept. Radiophysics and Electronics
1968 - 1971: Post Graduate Study at Moscow State University, Dept. Magnetism
1974: Candidate of Physical-Mathematical Sciences (Dr. of Physics), “Nuclear Magnetic Resonanse in Transition Metalls Alloys", Moscow State University
1978: Senior Research Scientist Institute of Radiophysics and Electronics Armenian Academy of Sciences
1988: Associate professor Yerevan State University

Research and Work Experience
1974 - up to now: Research Scientist
1995 - up to now: Scientific secretary of 049 Specialized Council
1998 - 2006: Head of Chair of Physics Ijevan Branch Yerevan State University

Academic courses/Teaching &Training Experiences
1988 - up to now: Yerevan State University: The Theoretical Basics of Radiotecnics; The Radiophysical Methods Study of Matter: The Influence of Extra-High Electromagnetic Radiation on Biological Objects: Radioelectronics (on Armenian)
1991 - 2006: Yerevan State University, Ijevan Branch: General Physics (on Armenian)

Membership
Member of European Bioelectromagnetics Association (EBEA)
Member of Bioelectromagnetics Society (BEMS)

Language skills
Fluent in Russian, Armenian, poor English

Conferences participated, scientific trips
1. UICC World Cancer Congress, 2008, August 27-31, Geneva, Switzerland
2. 3th Euro-Asian Congress of Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, 2010, June 21-25, Moscow
3. 10th International Congress of the European Bioelectromagnetics Association (EBEA), 2011,February 21-24,Rome,Italy
4. European Commission, Health-NCP-Net and Fit-for-Health, 2011,June 9-10, Brussel,Belgium

Vitaly P. Kalantaryan

 
 

Book

Tadevosyan H., Kalantaryan V., Trchounian A.

Extremely high frequency electromagnetic radiation enforces bacterial effects of inhibitors and antibiotics | Cell Biochem. Biophys. 51, 97-103
 

Article

Л. Габриелян, В. Калантарян, А. Трчунян

Дейcтвие электpомагнитного излучения c чаcтотой 51,8 и 53,0 ггц на pоcт, cодеpжание пигментов, фотовыделение водоpода и активноcть F0F1-АТФазы Пуpпуpной Бактеpии Rhodobacter sphaeroides | Биофизика (Biophysics). 2018, 63, 3, стр. 468-474

V. P. Kalantaryan, S. N. Hakobyan, P. O. Vardevanyan

Effect of weak electromagnetic waves on thermal properties of biomacromolecule water solutions | Journal of Contemporary Physics (Armenian Academy of Sciences). 2018, Vol. 53, Issue 2, 175-178 pp.

V. P. Kalantaryan, S. N. Hakobyan, Yu. S. Babayan

Influence of Millimeter Wave Electromagnetic Radiation of Nonthermal Intensity on Density of Aqueous Solutions | Journal of Contemporary Physics (Armenian Academy of Sciences). 2017, Vol. 52, No. 1, pp. 58–62

K. Hovnanyan, V. Kalantaryan, A. Trchounian

The distinguishing effects of low-intensity electromagnetic radiation of different extremely high frequencies on Enterococcus hirae: growth rate inhibition and scanning electron microscopy analysis | Letters in Applied Microbiology. 2017, 65, 3, pp. 220-225

Kalantaryan V., Martirosyan R., Babayan Y., Hakobyan S.

Interaction of netropsin with double-stranded nucleic acids irradiated with non ionizing athermal millimeter electromagnetic waves | The Joint Annual Meeting of The Bioelectromagnetics Society and the European BioElectromagnetics Association co-organized with the European COST EMF-MED Action BM1309. 2016, p. 467-470 |
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Thesis

Adamyan Ts., Gevorkyan E., Minasyan S., Kalantaryan V.

Low intensity millimeter-wave electromagnetic radiation (EMR) effect on erythrogenesis | Jouint BEMS and EBEA conf., Davos, Switzerland, 2009. 648-649 |

Nanagulyan S.G., Nerkararyan A.V., Minasbekyan L.A., Jaime A.L. A., Kalantaryan V.P., Amiryan A.A., Avagyan I.A., Vardevanyan P.O.

Modification of Growth Parameters and Conditions of Pleurotus ostreatus (Jucq.:Fr.) Kumm. | Proceedings of International Conference EBA, April, 2005, Lapland, Saarisielka (Finland), oral present., p.60

Babayan Yu. S., Markaryan A. Sh., Kalantaryan V. P., Ghazaryan R. S.

Influence of millimeter electromagnetic wave of non-thermal intensity on the stability of AT and GC nucleotide steams of DNA | Modern prob. Genetics, radiobiology, radioecology and evol., Dubna, 2005, p. 108
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