Date of Birth: 06/04/1958
Place of birth: Gorky
Citizenship: United States
The physicist with a literary slant
Born June 4, 1958 in a Jewish family, in Gorky (now Nizhny Novgorod). He graduated from the Physics and Mathematics School and Radiophysics Faculty of Nizhni Novgorod State University. He became known as the co-author of a physical theory that unites gravity and electricity, as well as a poet and novelist. In 1989-1990, he emigrated with his wife and children in the United States and settled in Boston, where he worked at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and founded on scientific instrumentation.
Printed books, magazines, newspapers and online publications.
In 2006 he published poetry dedicated to ML Gerstein film on the American television channel NewTV "Snowflakes melt on the lips," and in 2013 a film about the Nizhny Novgorod period of his life "in their enchanted kingdom."
Co-writer of the documentary "Reconnaissance. The meeting with Ehrenburg, "which was shown in the United States, Canada, Israel, Europe, Russia and the former Soviet Union. Co-writer of the documentary film "Second Life. Boston (Second Life. Boston)