(Dr. Sergey Buldyrev)
1977-1989:Taught calculus, linear algebra, mathematical physics, and computer programming.
2002-Present:Taught a course on Virtual Molecular Dynamics Laboratory at the summer institute for high school teachers.
NATO Advances Research Workshop on New Kinds of Phase Transitions: Transformations in Disordered Substances, Volga River Russia, 24-28 May 2001.
New Kinds of Phase Transitions: Transformations in Disordered Substances, V. V. Brazhkin, S. V. Buldyrev, V. N. Ryzhov, and H. E. Stanley [eds.], (Kluwer, Dordrecht, 2002)PDF of Parts I and II ,PDF of Parts III, IV, and V
5 scientific journals, including Physical Review Letters
Trained over 15 graduate students, 20 undergraduate students, and 10 high school interns in the Center for Polymer Studies.
Developed computer simulations for course curriculum PY744 A1 "Polymer Physics" (fall 2002, BU);
As a Co-PI on the NSF grant ESI-9553883, developed course curriculum for Virtual Molecular Dynamics Laboratory Summer Institutes for high school teachers, 2001-2004.
Developed Computer Simulations and Curriculum guides for an educational Web site Virtual Molecular Dynamics Laboratory
Authored a CD, published in: Giant Molecules, A. Yu. Grosberg and A. R. Khokhlov (Academic Press, 1997)
Developed a package for event-driven molecular dynamics.
American Physical Society, 1990-present.