Instytut Fizyki Molekularnej Polskiej 
Akademii Nauk, ul. Mariana Smoluchowskiego 17, 60-179 Poznan Instytut Fizyki Molekularnej Polskiej Akademii Nauk, 
ul. Mariana Smoluchowskiego 17, 60-179 Poznan Polska Akademia Nauk



Konstantin Tretiakov Konstantin V. Tretiakov

Department of Computational Physics of Complex Systems
Institute of Molecular Physics
Polish Academy of Sciences
ul. M. Smoluchowskiego 17
61-179 Poznan, POLAND

Room: 260
Phone: +48 61 8695276
Fax: +48 61 8684524
E-mail: tretiakov_AT_ifmpan.poznan.pl


Konstantin V. Tretiakov graduated summa cum laude in Industrial Electronics from the Pavel Sukhoi State Technical University of Gomel (Gomel, Belarus) in 1994. He received his Ph.D. degree in Physics from the Institute of Molecular Physics Polish Academy of Sciences (Poznan, Poland) in 2000. He is a recipient of the 2000 Institute of Molecular Physics Award for Ph.D. dissertation. In 2002-2004, Dr. Tretiakov was a Postdoctoral Fellow (with Prof. S. Scandolo) in the Condensed Matter and Statististical Physics Section at the Abdus Salam International Center for Theoretical Physics (Trieste, Italy). In 2007-2009, Dr. Tretiakov worked with Prof. B. Grzybowski in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering at Northwestern University (Evanston IL, USA). In 2011, Dr. Tretiakov earned his habilitation in Physics at the Institute of Molecular Physics Polish Academy of Sciences (Poznan, Poland). Since 2014 he is Associate Professor of Department of Computational Physics of Complex Systems in the Institute of Molecular Physics Polish Academy of Sciences and a member of Scientific Council of the Institute of Molecular Physics. He is a recipient of the 2019 Prize of Minister of Science and Higher Education for a significant achievement in scientific activity. He specializes in statistical physics and computer simulation of many body systems, with research focusing on non-equilibrium self-assembling systems, transport properties of soft-matter, elastic properties of solids in particular materials exhibiting negative Poisson's ratio. Since 2021 he is a member of the editorial board of Computational Methods in Science and Technology.

Congratulation to Krzysztof Hyzorek who March 1, 2019 defended PhD thesis titled by "The influence of geometrical confinements and size polydispersity of particles on thermal conductivity of model systems" advised by Konstantin Tretiakov.
Congratulation to Pawel Piglowski who March 29, 2018 defended PhD thesis titled by "Investigation of the elastic properties of modified Yukawa crystals using computer simulations" advised by Konstantin Tretiakov.
Last Update: March 2021