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Dmitri Vainchtein, Ph.D.
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1. Name and Academic Rank:
Dmitri Vainchtein, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Full-time
2. Degrees with Fields, Institution and Date:
B.S. – Institute of Physics and Technology, 1993
M.S. — Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, 1995
Ph.D. – Space Research Institute, Moscow, Russia, 1997
Ph.D. – University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2001
Initial appointment: September 2008, Assistant Professor
1996-2000 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Research Assistant
2000-01 Harvard University, Postdoctoral fellow
2001-05 University of California Santa Barbara, Postdoctoral fellow
2005-08 Georgia Institute of Technology, J. Ford Postdoctoral fellow
· Using resonances to control chaotic mixing within a translating and rotating droplet (2010), R. Chabreyrie, D. Vainchtein, C. Chandre, P. Singh, and N. Aubry, Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation, 15, pp. 2124-2132.
· Electron dynamics in a parabolic magnetic field in the presence of an electrostatic wave (2009), D. Vainchtein, A. Vasiliev, and A. Neishtadt, Plasma Physics Reports, 35, pp. 1021-1031.
· Surfatron acceleration in electromagnetic waves with a low phase velocity (2009), A. Neishtadt, A. Artemyev, L. Zelenyi, and D. Vainshtein, JETP Letters, 89, pp. 441-447.
· Schelling’s Segregation Model: Parameters, Scaling, and Aggregation (2009), A. Singh, D. Vainchtein, and H. Weiss, Demographic Research, 21, pp. 342-366.
· Robustness of tuned mixing within a droplet for digital microfluidics (2009), R. Chabreyrie, D. Vainchtein, C. Chandre, P. Singh, and N. Aubry, Mechanics Research Communications, 36, pp. 130-136.
· Resonant mixing in perturbed action-action-angle flow (2008), D. Vainchtein, J. Widloski, and R. Grigoriev, Phys. Rev. E, 78, art. #026302.
· Tailoring mixing inside a translating drop (2008), R. Chabreyrie, D. Vainchtein, N. Aubry, C. Chandre, and P. Singh, Phys. Rev. E, 77, art. #036314.
· Adiabatic invariance in volume-preserving systems (2007), A. Neishtadt, D. Vainchtein, and A. Vasiliev, in “IUTAM Symposium on Hamiltonian Dynamics, Vortex Structures, Turbulence”, IUTAM Bookseries , 6, Springer Verlag, Berlin, pp. 89-108.
· Resonant chaotic mixing in a cellular flow (2007), D. Vainchtein, J. Widloski, and R. Grigoriev, Phys. Rev. Lett., 99, art. #094501.
· Mixing properties of steady flow in thermocapillary driven droplets (2007), D. Vainchtein, J. Widloski, and R. Grigoriev, Physics of Fluids, 19, art. #067102.
· On passage through resonances in volume-preserving systems (2006), D. Vainchtein, A. Neishtadt, and I. Mezic, Chaos, 16, art. #043123.
· Quasi-adiabatic description of nonlinear particle dynamics in typical magnetotail configurations (2005), D. Vainchtein, L. Zelenyi, A. Neishtadt, and J. Buechner, Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics, 12, pp. 101-115.
Mechanical Engineering Department Committees: Graduate Committee, Faculty Search Committee (various years), Seminar series organizer.
College of Engineering Committees: Nominations and Election Subcommittee (since 2009).
34% committed to teaching, advising, and administrative duties.
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