isotopes separation and their applications,
Quantum technologies, physical chemistry, aerodynamics, photochemistry, theoretical and applied nuclear physics, theoretical and applied plasma physics, device physics.
I received M.Sc. degree in theoretical physics from the Physical Faculty of Lomonosov Moscow State University, in 2001. I received Ph.D. degree in theoretical nuclear and high energy physics from the Physical Department of J.W. Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main, in 2008.
As a PhD student in Frankfurt International Graduate School for Science, I was involved in the research on "Baryon stopping and Quark Gluon Plasma production at Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider(RHIC) and Large Hadron Collider(LHC) experiments". Since 2008, I have been oil reservoir engineer and researcher in the company "Petroleum Technologies". Since 2010, I have worked as a researcher in the company "Science for Technology" at the Institute of Biochemical Physics of Russian Academy of Science. My research there was focused on thte fuel cells, polymer physics, optimal control, and multidimensional stochastic analysis. In 2010 I have joined the Plasma Applications laboratory in the Nuclear and Energy Engineering department of Jeju National University as a Researcher, then, in 2012, I became Research Professor, where I have been involved in the development of laser assisted methods for isotopes separation and fabrication of new materials.
Lyakhov, K.A. and Lee, H.J, “Some Issues of Industrial Scale Silicon Isotopes Separation by the Laser Assisted Retarded Condensation Method (SILARC)”, Springer Proceedings in Energy (3rd International Congress on Energy Efficiency and Energy Related Materials), Springer, 2016, 153-160
Lyakhov, K.A. and Lee, H.J. and Pechen, A.N., “Some Features of Boron Isotopes Separation by the Laser-Assisted Retardation of Condensation Method in Multipass Irradiation Cell Implemented as a Resonator”, IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics, 52:12 (2016), 1400208-1-8
Ahmed, M.W. and Choi, S. and Lyakhov, K.A. and Shaislamov, U. and Mongre, R.K. and Jeong, D.K. and Suresh, R. and Lee, H.J., “High-frequency underwater plasma discharge application in antibacterial activity”, Plasma Phys. Rep., 2017, 1-12
Mishustin, I.N., Lyakhov,K.A., “Baryon deceleration and partonic plasma creation by strong chromofields in ultra-relativistic heavy ion collisions”, Physics of Atomic Nuclei, 75 (2012), 371-392
Lyakhov, K.A. and Lee, H.-J., “Baryon kinetic energy loss in the color flux tube model”, Physical Review C, 84 (2011), 055206
K. A. Lyakhov, A. N. Pechen, H.-J. Lee, “The efficiency of one-line versus multi-line excitation of boron isotopes within the method of selective laser assisted retardation of condensation”, AIP Advances, 8 (2018), 95325 , 10 pp. (cited: 2) (cited: 3)
K. A. Lyakhov, A. N. Pechen, “Objective Function in the Problem of Optimal Laser-Assisted Separation of Isotopes by the Method of Selective Retardation of Condensation”, Quantum probability, Itogi Nauki i Tekhniki. Ser. Sovrem. Mat. Pril. Temat. Obz., 151, VINITI, Moscow, 2018, 62–66
K. A. Lyakhov, H. J. Lee, A. N. Pechen, “Some issues of industrial scale boron isotopes separation by the laser assisted retarded condensation (SILARC) method”, Sep. Purif. Technol., 176:4 (2017), 402–411 (cited: 10) (cited: 10)
K. A. Lyakhov, Heon Ju Lee, A. N. Pechen, “Some features of Boron isotopes separation by the laser-assisted retardation of condensation method in multipass irradiation cell implemented as a resonator”, IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics, 52:12 (2016), 1400208–8 (cited: 3) (cited: 3)
K. A. Lyakhov, K. H. Lee, “Some features of experimental setup design for isotopes separation by the laser assisted retardation of condensation method”, J. Laser Appl., 27:2 (2015), 022008 (cited: 6) (cited: 6)
K. A. Lyakhov, H. J. Lee, “New Experimental Setup for Boron Isotopes Separation by the Laser Assisted Retardation of Condensation Method”, J. Nanoscience Nanotechnology, 15:11 (2015), 8502–8507 (cited: 4) (cited: 4)
K. A. Lyakhov, H. J. Lee, “Basic features of boron isotope separation by SILARC method in the two-step iterative static model”, Appl. Phys. B, 111:2 (2013), 261–272 (cited: 10) (cited: 10)
K. A. Lyakhov, H. J. Lee, “Two-step iterative static model for boron isotope separation”, Annals of Nuclear Energy, 54 (2013), 274–280 (cited: 1) (cited: 1)