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Biography

Prof. Lev B. Levitin

Boston University, USA


Email: levitin@bu.edu


Qualifications

Ph.D., USSR Academy of Sciences, Gor’ky University, Russia

M.Sc., Moscow University, Russia


Publications (Selected)

  1. L.B. Levitin, K.P. Staniukovich Linear approximation of the velocity in the problem of one–dimensional movement of plasma with finite conductivity, Soviet Physics–Doklady, v.5, No. 5, 948-951, 1961.
  2. M.I. Kiselev, L.B. Levitin, K.P. Staniukovich Plane and cylindrical waves in a medium with finite conductivity, Problems of Magnetohydrodynamics and Dynamics of Plasma, 257-276, Riga, 1962.
  3. L.B. Levitin, G.A. Skuridin, D.P. Staniukovich On the oscillation of an elastic non–uniform semispace, Journal of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, V. 27, No. 1, 157-171, 1963.
  4. D.S. Lebedev, L.B. Levitin The maximum amount of information transmissible by electromagnetic field, Soviet Physics–Doklady, V.8, 377-379, 1963.
  5. D.S. Lebedev, L.B. Levitin Information transmission by electromagnetic field, In “Theory of Information Transmission,” Moscow: Nauka, 5-20, 1964.
  6. D.S. Lebedev, L.B. Levitin Information transmission by electromagnetic field, Proceedings of XX Conference of Popov Society, Moscow, 64-77, 1964.
  7. L.B. Levitin Ideal physical information channel, Problems of Information Transmission, v.1, No. 1, 91-93, 1965.
  8. L.B. Levitin Information transmission in the ideal photon channel, Problems of Information Transmission, V.1, No. 3, 55-62, 1965.
  9. L.B. Levitin Photon channels with small registration efficiency, Proceedings of XXI Conference of Popov Society, Moscow, 91-100, 1965.
  10. L.B. Levitin Information transmission by thermal radiation, Proceedings of the II National Conference on Coding Theory and its Applications, Section 5, Moscow, 49-55, 1966.