Ph.D. in Physics and Mathematics, Academy of Sciences of USSR
Electromagnetics; electromechanics; mechanics of solids; thermodynamics; cryogenics; magnetoelastic and acoustoelastic interactions for superconducting and normal magnets.
Design, numerical and analytical static and dynamic modeling, and optimization, eddy current and circuit analyses, magnetic, structural, thermal, and thermohydraulic analyses of various electromagnetic systems.
6 US patents
Minervini, J. ; Radovinsky, A. ; Miller, C. ; Bromberg, L. ; Michael, P. ; Maggiore, M., “Superconducting Magnets for Ultra-Light and Magnetically Shielded, Compact Cyclotrons for Medical, Scientific, and Security Applications,” IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity, Volume: 24 , Issue: 3, June 2014
Martovetsky, N. ; Radovinsky, A. , “ITER CS Quench Detection System and its Qualification by Numerical Modeling,” IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity, Volume: 24 , Issue: 3, June 2014
Radovinsky, A. ; Smith, B. ; Miller, C.E. ; Minervini, J.V. ; Cheadle, M. ; Calabretta, L. ; Alonso, J. ; Conrad, J. ; Calanna, A. ; Barletta, W. , “Engineering Study of the Sector Magnet for the Daedalus Experiment,” IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity, Volume: 24 , Issue: 3, June 2014
Radovinsky, A.L.; Minervini, J.V.; Michael P.C.; Bromberg, L.; Miller, C.E. “Variable Energy Acceleration in a Single Iron-Free Synchrocyclotron,” PSFC MIT Report, PSFC/RR-13-9, September 5, 2013