Arhangelskaya I.V.

Arhangelskaya Irina V.

Senior Lecturer

Division of Nuclear Physics and Technologies, Office of Academic Programs (411) / Institute of Nuclear Physics and Engineering

Engineer

Department of Experimental Nuclear and Space Physics (7) / Institute of Nuclear Physics and Engineering
Works at MEPhI since 1997
Work Experience: 28 years

Education

1996 — National Research Nuclear University MEPhI

Courses

1. Current Issues in Micro- and Cosmophysics
2. Electroweak Interactions Theory
3. Industry Workshop: research on nuclear physics and cosmophysics
4. Industry Workshop (Scientific Research Work): Nuclear Physics And Cosmophysics
5. Introduction to Nuclear Physics
6. Nuclear Physics
7. Nuclear Physics ( Supplementary Chapters)
8. Programming C and C++
9. Programming Languages and Operating Systems
10. Technology and Programming Languages

Publication activity

7
h-index (Web of Science)
9
h-index (Scopus)
  1. Article
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    The Gamma-Ray Background Model for Detectors Onboard Low-Altitude and High-Inclination Satellites in the Energy Band up to Several MeV // Bulletin of the Russian Academy of Sciences: Physics, 2019 Vol. 83, No. 5, Q4 pp. 620-624 doi
  2. Article
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    The Future Space-Based GAMMA-400 Gamma-Ray Telescope for Studying Gamma and Cosmic Rays // Bulletin of the Russian Academy of Sciences: Physics, 2019 Vol. 83, No. 5, Q4 pp. 629-631 doi
  3. Article
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    A System for Generating the Trigger Signals of the Spaceborne GAMMA-400 Telescope // Bulletin of the Russian Academy of Sciences: Physics, 2019 Vol. 83, No. 5, Q4 pp. 625-628 doi
  4. Article
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    The sources of long GRBs: Population inhomogeneity or possibility its using as standard candles // Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2019 Vol. 1181, No. 1, Q4 doi
  5. Article
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    Space-based GAMMA-400 mission for direct gamma- and cosmic-ray observations // Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2019 Vol. 1181, No. 1, Q4 doi
  6. Article
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    Additional aperture detectors of gamma-telescope GAMMA-400 calibrations on synchrotron pAKHRA: Possibility of temporal profiles fractal analysis // Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2019 Vol. 1181, No. 1, Q4 doi
  7. Article
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    Properties of intermediate GRBs subset, according to the GBM, BAT, and BATSE data // Bulletin of the Russian Academy of Sciences: Physics, 2017 Vol. 81, No. 4, Q4 pp. 419-423 doi
  8. Article
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    Unidentified EGRET sources and their possible Fermi counterparts // Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2017 Vol. 798, No. 1 doi
  9. Article
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    Open Supernova Catalog objects subsample characteristics // Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2017 Vol. 798, No. 1 doi
  10. Article
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    Gamma-quanta and charged particles recognition by the counting and triggers signals formation system of GAMMA-400 space gamma-telescope // Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2017 Vol. 798, No. 1 doi
  11. Article
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    The structure, logic of operation and distinctive features of the system of triggers and counting signals formation for gamma-telescope GAMMA-400 // Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2017 Vol. 798, No. 1 doi
  12. Article
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    The results of January 20, 2005 solar flare study by narrow gamma lines // Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2017 Vol. 798, No. 1 doi
  13. Article
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    New stage in high-energy gamma-ray studies with GAMMA-400 after Fermi-LAT // EPJ Web of Conferences, 2017 Vol. 145 doi
  14. Article
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    About the nature of He-3 isotope content increase in the region of 2.223 MeV gamma line generation in the period of solar flare // Bulletin of the Lebedev Physics Institute, 2017 Vol. 44, No. 11, Q4 pp. 318-323 doi
  15. Article
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    High-energy gamma-ray studying with GAMMA-400 after Fermi-LAT // Proceedings of Science, 2017 Vol. 798, No. 1 doi
  16. Article
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    Modifications of a method for low energy gamma-ray incident angle reconstruction in the GAMMA-400 gamma-ray telescope // Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2017 Vol. 798, No. 1 doi
  17. Article
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    Intermediate GRBs observed by various satellite experiments // Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2017 Vol. 798, No. 1 doi
  18. Article
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    Precision Measurements of High-Energy Cosmic Gamma-Ray Emission with the GAMMA-400 Gamma-Ray Telescope // Physics of Atomic Nuclei, 2017 Vol. 80, No. 6, Q4 pp. 1141-1145 doi
  19. Article About the nature of 3He isotope content increase in the region of 2.223 MeV gamma line generation in the period of solar flare // Bulletin of the Lebedev Physics Institute, Allerton Press, Inc, 2017 Vol. 44, No. 11 pp. 318-323 doi
  20. Article
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    The background model in the energy range from 0.1 MeV up to several MeV for low altitude and high inclination satellites // INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PARTICLE PHYSICS AND ASTROPHYSICS (ICPPA-2015), 2016 Vol. PTS doi
  21. Article
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    Modeling of low-energy charged particles passage through GAMMA-400 gamma-telescope thermal insulation and two-layer plastic scintillation detectors used as anticoincidence shield // INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PARTICLE PHYSICS AND ASTROPHYSICS (ICPPA-2015), 2016 Vol. PTS doi
  22. Article
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    Duration distributions for gamma-ray bursts registered in various experiments since VENERA11/KONUS up to Fermi/GBM // INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PARTICLE PHYSICS AND ASTROPHYSICS (ICPPA-2015), 2016 Vol. PTS doi
  23. Article
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    The GAMMA-400 gamma-ray telescope for precision gamma-ray emission investigations // INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PARTICLE PHYSICS AND ASTROPHYSICS (ICPPA-2015), 2016 Vol. PTS doi
  24. Article
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    Method to select gamma rays with energy above 50 GeV against a charge-particle background in the GAMMA-400 space telescope // INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PARTICLE PHYSICS AND ASTROPHYSICS (ICPPA-2015), 2016 Vol. PTS doi
  25. Article
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    Method of incident low-energy gamma-ray direction reconstruction in the GAMMA-400 gamma-ray space telescope // INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PARTICLE PHYSICS AND ASTROPHYSICS (ICPPA-2015), 2016 Vol. PTS doi
  26. Article
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    Perspectives of the GAMMA-400 space observatory for high-energy gamma rays and cosmic rays measurements // INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PARTICLE PHYSICS AND ASTROPHYSICS (ICPPA-2015), 2016 Vol. PTS doi
  27. Article
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    Gamma-quanta onboard identification in the GAMMA-400 experiment using the counting and triggers signals formation system // INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PARTICLE PHYSICS AND ASTROPHYSICS (ICPPA-2015), 2016 Vol. PTS doi
  28. Article
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    A technique for selecting γ rays with energies above 50 GeV from the background of charged particles in the GAMMA-400 space-based γ-ray telescope // Instruments and Experimental Techniques, 2016 Vol. 59, No. 4, Q3 pp. 508-512 doi
  29. Article
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    About 3He Ions Predominant Acceleration during the January 20, 2005 Solar Flare // Physics Procedia, 2015 Vol. 74 pp. 274-280 doi
  30. Article
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    GRBs Redshift Distribution Shape Properties as Confirmation of their Progenitors Population Non-uniformity // Physics Procedia, 2015 Vol. 74 pp. 372-376 doi
  31. Article
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    Preface // Physics Procedia, 2015 Vol. 74 pp. 1-2 doi
  32. Article
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    The Properties of the Gamma-ray Bursts with High-energy Spectral Component // Physics Procedia, 2015 Vol. 74 pp. 287-291 doi
  33. Article
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    The Unification of Space Qualified Integrated Circuits by Example of International Space Project GAMMA-400 // Physics Procedia, 2015 Vol. 74 pp. 224-231 doi
  34. Article
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    Background Conditions for the October 29, 2003 Solar Flare by the AVS-F Apparatus Data // Physics Procedia, 2015 Vol. 74 pp. 281-286 doi
  35. Article
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    The Prototype of GAMMA-400 Apparatus // Physics Procedia, 2015 Vol. 74 pp. 191-198 doi
  36. Article
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    GAMMA-400 Space Gamma-telescope Mathematical Model with Engineering Elements Included // Physics Procedia, 2015 Vol. 74 pp. 206-211 doi
  37. Article
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    Physical Performance of GAMMA-400 Telescope. Angular Resolution, Proton and Electron Separation // Physics Procedia, 2015 Vol. 74 pp. 183-190 doi
  38. Article
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    Magnetometer Application for GAMMA-400 Telescope Switching into the Mode with Increased Low Energy Charged Particles Intensity Registration // Physics Procedia, 2015 Vol. 74 pp. 238-245 doi
  39. Article
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    The Application of Digital Techniques for Spectrometric Apparatus in Space Research // Physics Procedia, 2015 Vol. 74 pp. 382-389 doi
  40. Article
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    The Optimization of Xenon Gamma-Detector SIGNAL onboard INTERHELIOPROBE Satellite for Gamma-ray Bursts Observations // Physics Procedia, 2015 Vol. 74 pp. 145-150 doi
  41. Article
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    Implementation of silicon photomultipliers in scintillation detector systems of the GAMMA-400 space gamma-ray telescope // Proceedings of Science, 2015 Vol. 6-9-July-2015
  42. Article
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    The Distinctive Features of Anticoincidence Detector System of the GAMMA-400 Gamma-ray Telescope // Physics Procedia, 2015 Vol. 74 pp. 220-223 doi
  43. Article
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    The Application of Sensl Silicon Photomultipliers in GAMMA-400 Satellite Project // Physics Procedia, 2015 Vol. 74 pp. 390-393 doi
  44. Article
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    The GAMMA-400 experiment: Status and prospects // Bulletin of the Russian Academy of Sciences: Physics, 2015 Vol. 79, No. 3, Q3 pp. 417-420 doi
  45. Article
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    Method of Incident Low-Energy Gamma-Ray Direction Reconstruction in GAMMA-400 Gamma-Ray Space Telescope // Physics Procedia, 2015 Vol. 74 pp. 368-371 doi
  46. Article
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    Space γ-observatory GAMMA-400 Current Status and Perspectives // Physics Procedia, 2015 Vol. 74 pp. 177-182 doi
  47. Article
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    The Counting and Triggers Signals Formation System for Gamma-telescope GAMMA-400 // Physics Procedia, 2015 Vol. 74 pp. 212-219 doi
  48. Article
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    Gamma-telescopes Fermi/LAT and GAMMA-400 Trigger Systems Event Recognizing Methods Comparison // Physics Procedia, 2015 Vol. 74 pp. 246-253 doi
  49. Article
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    Separation of electrons and protons in the GAMMA-400 gamma-ray telescope // ADVANCES IN SPACE RESEARCH, 2015 Vol. 56, No. 7, Q1 pp. 1538-1545 doi
  50. Article
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    Redshift distribution of gamma-ray bursts: Evidence for the long GRBs sources population nonuniformity // Bulletin of the Russian Academy of Sciences: Physics, 2015 Vol. 79, No. 3, Q3 pp. 413-416 doi
  51. Article
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    Integrated criteria of gamma-ray burst spectral hardness // Bulletin of the Russian Academy of Sciences: Physics, 2014 Vol. 78, No. 3 pp. 216-220 doi

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