Department of Metal Physics

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Address: 8, Kyrylo & Mephodiy Street, Lviv, 79005, Ukraine

The Department of Physics of Metals was founded in 1963 on the initiative of Yaroslav Yosypovych Dutchak (1933-88). The department was created under the name of X-ray diffraction analysis. A year later it was renamed the Department of X-ray metal physics, and in 1999 – the Department of Physics of Metals.

The department was headed by: Dutchak Ya.Y. (1963-1988), Mykolaichuk O.H. (1988-1996), Syniushko V.H. (1996-1998), Yakibchuk P.M. (1998-2014), Mudryi S.I. (from 2014)


ChairpersonStepan MudryChairperson
Professor (by-worker)Yuriy PlevachukProfessor (by-worker)
ProfessorIvan ShcherbaProfessor
ProfessorPetro YakibchukProfessor
Associate ProfessorAndrij KorolyshynAssociate Professor
Associate ProfessorIhor ShtablavyiAssociate Professor
LecturerRoman BilykLecturer
LecturerViktor PrysyazhnyukLecturer
Chief ResearcherVasyl SklyarchukChief Researcher
Lead EngineerLesya DobryanskaLead Engineer
Lead Engineer, Lecturer (by-worker)Yurij KulykLead Engineer, Lecturer (by-worker)
1st Category EngineerVitaliy Osypenko1st Category Engineer
EngineerBogdan SokolyukEngineer
Senior Department SecretaryNestor LutsykSenior Department Secretary

Lecturers' schedule

Teaching materials

Textbooks, manuals

  1. High-Energy Spectroscopy of Compounds. Textbook. / Ivan Shcherba – Lviv: LNU of Lviv, 2018. –304p.

Open lecture be Gnatenko Kh.P.

26.04.2021 | 19:16

On Tuesday (May 11, 2021, 10:10 AM)  the open lecture will be given by Associate Professor of the Professor Ivan Vakarchuk Department for Theoretical Physics   Gnatenko Kh. P.  on the course “New problems of quantum mechanics” for students of group FzFm-51, specialty 104 Physics and astronomy.
The topic of the lecture is “Fundamental problems of the space quantization theory: description of  motion of a system of many particles, nonadditivity of the kinetic energy, violation of the equivalence principle”
The lecture will be...

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