Nerses Ananikian

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Nerses Ananikian is a Professor at A. I. Alikhanyan National Science Laboratory in Yerevan, Armenia. He obtained his Ph.D. from Yerevan Physics Institute in 1983. His group works on the fundamental physics of thermal entanglement, partition function zeros and dynamic systems. He has been a visiting scientist at Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies in Ireland; Bonn University; ICTP in Trieste; Hong Kong Buptist University; CEA Saclay in France; Universita’ degliStudidell’Insubria in Italy; Universidade Federal de Lavras in Brazil; and Coventry University’s Applied Mathematics Research Centre in UK.


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