Vladimir Filatov


  Was born in 1987 in Moscow in the family of an engineer.

  In 2010 he graduated with honours from the Faculty of Fundamental Sciences, Bauman Moscow State Technical University. In 2013 he defended his Candidate's dissertation on the subject "Optical and Acoustic Properties of Nanocomposites Based on Globular Photonic Crystals". Since 2009 Vladimir Viktorovich has been teaching at the Department of Physics and giving  a course on general physics. He was awarded the title of the best BMSTU teacher in 2013.


  He takes an active part in research into the field of new materials with controlled physical properties.

He is the author of over 22 research papers, his Hirsch index being 5. Moreover, Vladimir Viktorovich is the author of 15 publications in international Web of Science and Scopus journals. He regularly delivers reports at international and All-Russian scientific conferences, e.g. ICONO / LAT-2013, PhysMathTech-2014, PIRT-2017 and Irreversible Processes in Nature and Technology Conferences held in 2009, 2011, 2013, 2015, 2017. For a lot of times he has been a laureate of young scientists competitions. Vladimir Viktorovich has the diploma of the 2nd degree of the All-Russian competition of research works on fundamental and applied physics held in 2012, the diploma of the 2nd degree of the competition for the best scientific work of young scientists of Bauman Moscow State Technical University held in 2012. He also won the best course work competition of BMSTU in 2007.

Vladimir Viktorovich is involved in the joint research together with scientists from P.N. Lebedev Physical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

  In 2012 in Germany he completed the internship  on the program of introducing innovations in industry and modern economy.

  He has a certificate of a French interpreter. Since 2013, he has been a Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Fundamental Sciences. He regularly presents analytical reports at the Academic Council of the Scientific and Educational Centre of the Faculty. He is a scientific adviser of 2 bachelors from the Department of Physics.