# Yuri Yu. TarasevichAstrakhan State University | aspu · Laboratory of Mathematical Modeling and IT in Science and Education

Yuri Yu. Tarasevich

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Introduction

Education:
Rostov State University, Rostov-on-Don, Russia
11.1988 - 11.1991, PhD (Solid State Physics)
09.1980 - 06.1985, Dipl. Physicist

Additional affiliations

September 2007 - present

December 2006 - December 2016

September 1985 - December 1996

Education

October 1988 - October 1991

**Rostov State University (present Southern Federal University)**

Field of study

- Physics

## Publications

Publications (149)

Crack-template-based transparent conductive films (TCFs) are promising kinds of junction-free, metallic network electrodes that can be used, e.g., for transparent electromagnetic interference (EMI) shielding. Using image processing of published photos of TCFs, we have analyzed the topological and geometrical properties of such crack templates. Addi...

A network analysis of the structure of verbal communications in one of the most popular Russian novels of the Soviet era The Master and Margarita by M.A.Bulgakov has been carried out. The structure of the novel is complex, i.e., there is `a story within a story'. Moreover, the real-world-characters and the other-world-characters are interacting in...

Using computer simulations, we have studied the percolation and the electrical conductance of two-dimensional, random percolating networks of curved, zero-width metallic nanowires. We mimicked the curved nanowires using circular arcs. The percolation threshold decreased as the aspect ratio of the arcs increased. Comparison with published data on th...

We have studied the electrical conductance of two-dimensional (2D) random percolating networks of zero-width metallic nanowires (a mixture of rings and sticks). We took into account the nanowire resistance per unit length and the junction (nanowire-nanowire contact) resistance. Using a mean-field approximation (MFA) approach, we derived the total e...

Nanorod‐ and nanowire‐based films are promising two‐dimensional (2D) materials for the transparent conductive electrodes, including flexible and stretchable ones. To mimic the shape of elongated conductive nanoparticles and, at the same time, simplify the simulations, different simple geometrical figures are used. During simulation, the shape and t...

Using computer simulations, we have studied the percolation and the electrical conductance of two-dimensional, random percolating networks of curved, zero-width metallic nanowires. We mimicked the curved nanowires using circular arcs. The percolation threshold decreased as the aspect ratio of the arcs increased. Comparison with published data on th...

We have studied the electrical conductance of two-dimensional random percolating networks of zero-width metallic nanowires (a mixture of rings and sticks). We toke into account the nanowire resistance per unit length and the junction (nanowire/nanowire contact) resistance. Using a mean-field approximation (MFA), we derived the total electrical cond...

We have studied the resistance of two-dimensional random percolating networks of zero-width metallic nanowires (rings or sticks). We took into account the nanowire resistance per unit length, the junction (nanowire/nanowire contact) resistance, and the busbar/nanowire contact resistance. Using a mean-field approximation (MFA), we derived the total...

We have studied the resistance of two-dimensional random percolating networks of zero-width metallic nanowires (rings or sticks). We toke into account the nanowire resistance per unit length, the junction (nanowire/nanowire contact) resistance, and the busbar/nanowire contact resistance. Using a mean-field approximation (MFA), we derived the total...

Recently, some eccentricity invariant properties of random isotropic two-dimensional (2D) systems of conductive ellipses have been reported [Phys. Rev. B 104, 184205 (2021)]. Moreover, the authors suggested that this invariance might also be observed in systems with other particle geometries having the widthless stick as a limiting case. To check t...

The current interest in the study of the 2D systems of randomly deposited metallic nanowires is inspired by a combination of their high electrical conductivity with excellent optical transparency. Metallic nanowire networks show great potential for use in numerous technological applications. Although there are models that describe the electrical co...

We mimic nanorod-based transparent electrodes as random resistor networks (RRNs) produced by the homogeneous, isotropic, and random deposition of conductive zero-width sticks onto an insulating substrate. We suppose that the number density (the number of objects per unit area of the surface) of these sticks exceeds the percolation threshold, i.e.,...

We have found analytical expressions (polynomials) of the percolation probability for site percolation on a square lattice of size $L \times L$ sites when considering a plane (the crossing probability in a given direction), a cylinder (spanning probability), and a torus (wrapping probability along one direction). Since some polynomials are extremel...

We have found analytical expressions (polynomials) of the percolation probability for site percolation on a square lattice of size $L \times L$ sites when considering a plane (the crossing probability in a given direction), a cylinder (spanning probability), and a torus (wrapping probability along one direction). Since some polynomials are extremel...

We have proposed an analytical model for the electrical conductivity in random, metallic, nanowire networks. We have mimicked such random nanowire networks as random resistor networks (RRN) produced by the homogeneous, isotropic, and random deposition of conductive zero-width sticks onto an insulating substrate. We studied the electrical conductivi...

We found analytical expressions (polynomial) of percolation probability for site percolation on a square lattice of size L × L sites considering a torus (wrapping probability along one direction). The system size is L = 12. To obtain a percolation probability polynomial, all possible combination of occupied and empty sites have to be accounted. We...

We have studied the electrical conductivity of nanoring-based, transparent conductive films, these being promising elements for flexible electronic devices. Both the wire resistance and the junction resistance were taken into account. We have calculated the dependency of the electrical conductivity on the number density of the rings. We have propos...

The network analysis of the structure of social relationships in one of the most popular in Russian novels of the Soviet era by M.A.Bulgakov \emph{The Master and Margarita} was carried out. The structure of the novel is complex, i.e., there is the novel within the novel. In our study, only relations between explicitly present and acting characters...

Relaxation of the packing of elongated particles (discorectangles) aligned on a line was studied numerically. The aspect ratio (length-to-width ratio) for the discorectangles was varied within the range ɛ∈[1;50]. The initial jamming (saturated) state was produced using the basic variant of the random sequential adsorption model with random position...

We found analytical expressions (polynomials) of percolation probability for site percolation on a square lattice of size L × L sites considering a torus (wrapping probability along one direction). The system size varied up to L = 11. To obtain a percolation probability polynomial, all possible combination of occupied and empty sites have to be acc...

We have found analytical expressions (polynomials) of the percolation probability for site percolation on a square lattice of size L × L sites when considering a cylinder (spanning probability). The system sizes for which this was feasible varied up to L = 16. To obtain a percolation probability polynomial, all possible combinations of occupied and...

We have found analytical expressions (polynomials) of the percolation probability for site percolation on a square lattice of size × sites when considering a plane (the crossing probability in a given direction), a cylinder (spanning probability), and a torus (wrapping probability along one direction). The system sizes for which this was feasible v...

We have studied the electrical conductivity of nanoring-based, transparent conductive films, these being promising elements for flexible electronic devices. Both the wire resistance and the junction resistance were taken into account. We have calculated the dependency of the electrical conductivity on the number density of the rings. We have propos...

The behavior of a system of two-dimensional elongated particles (discorectangles) packed in a slit between the two parallel walls was analyzed using a simulation approach. The packings were produced using the random sequential adsorption model with continuous positional and orientational degrees of freedom. The aspect ratio (length-to-width ratio,...

We mimic nanorod-based transparent electrodes as random resistor networks (RRN) produced by the homogeneous, isotropic, and random deposition of conductive zero-width sticks onto an insulating substrate. We suppose that the number density (the number of objects per unit area of the surface) of these sticks exceeds the percolation threshold, i.e., t...

Relaxation of the packing of elongated particles (discorectangles) aligned on a line was studied numerically. The aspect ratio (length-to-width ratio) for the discorectangles was varied within the range $\varepsilon \in [1;50]$. The initial jamming (saturated) state was produced using the basic variant of the random sequential adsorption (RSA) mode...

The behavior of a system of two-dimensional elongated particles (discorectangles) packed into a slit between two parallel walls was analyzed using a simulation approach. The packings were produced using the random sequential adsorption model with continuous positional and orientational degrees of freedom. The aspect ratio (length-to-width ratio, $\...

We mimic random nanowire networks by the homogeneous, isotropic, and random deposition of conductive zero-width sticks onto an insulating substrate. The number density (the number of objects per unit area of the surface) of these sticks is supposed to exceed the percolation threshold, i.e., the system under consideration is a conductor. To identify...

Connectedness percolation phenomena in the two-dimensional packing of elongated particles (discorectangles) were studied numerically. The packings were produced using random sequential adsorption off-lattice models with preferential orientations of the particles along a given direction. The partial ordering was characterized by the order parameter...

We mimic nanorod-based transparent electrodes as random resistor networks produced by the homogeneous, isotropic, and random deposition of conductive zero-width sticks onto an insulating substrate. The number density (the number of objects per unit area of the surface) of these sticks is supposed to exceed the percolation threshold, i.e., the syste...

We have proposed and implemented a modification of the well-known wall follower algorithm to identify a backbone (a current-carrying part) of the percolation cluster. The advantage of the modified algorithm is identification of the whole backbone without visiting all edges. The algorithm has been applied to backbone identification in networks produ...

Connectedness percolation phenomena in two-dimensional packings of elongated particles (discorectangles) were studied numerically. The packings were produced using random sequential adsorption (RSA) off-lattice model with preferential orientations of particles along a given direction. The partial ordering was characterized by order parameter $S$, w...

We have proposed and implemented a modification of the well-known wall follower algorithm to identify a backbone (a current-carrying part) of the percolation cluster. The advantage of the modified algorithm is identification of the whole backbone without visiting all edges. The algorithm has been applied to backbone identification in networks produ...

Using a computer simulation, we have studied the random sequential adsorption of stiff linear k-mers onto a square lattice. Each such particle occupies k adjacent lattice sites. During deposition, the two mutually perpendicular orientations of the particles are equiprobable, hence, a macroscopically isotropic monolayer is formed. However, this mono...

A computer simulation was used to study the random sequential adsorption of identical discorectangles onto a continuous plane. The problem was analyzed for a wide range of discorectangle aspect ratios (
ɛ
∈
[
1
;
100
]
). We studied the anisotropic deposition, i.e., the orientations of the deposited particles were uniformly distributed within some...

The random sequential adsorption (RSA) of identical elongated particles (discorectangles) on a line (“Paris car parking problem”) was studied numerically. An off-lattice model with continuous positional and orientational degrees of freedom was considered. The possible orientations of the discorectanles were restricted between
θ∈[−θm;θm] while the...

Using computer simulation, we have studied the random sequential adsorption of stiff linear segments (needles) onto a square lattice. Each such particle occupies $k$ adjacent lattice sites, thence, it is frequently called a $k$-mer. During deposition, the two mutually perpendicular orientations of the particles are equiprobable, hence, a macroscopi...

Computer simulation was used to study the random sequential adsorption of identical discorectangles onto a continuous plane . The problem was analyzed for a wide range of discorectangle aspect ratios ($\varepsilon \in [1;100]$). We studied anisotropic deposition, i.e., the orientations of the deposited particles were uniformly distributed within so...

The random sequential adsorption (RSA) of identical elongated particles (discorectangles) on a line ("Paris car parking problem") was studied numerically. An off-lattice model with continuous positional and orientational degrees of freedom was considered. The possible orientations of the discorectanles were restricted between $\theta \in [-\theta_\...

We consider $N$ circles of equal radii, $r$, having their centers randomly placed within a square domain $\mathcal{D}$ of size $L \times L$ with periodic boundary conditions ($\mathcal{D} \in \mathbb{R}^2$). When two or more circles intersect each other, each circle is divided by the intersection points into several arcs. We found the exact length...

Using Monte Carlo simulation, we have studied the percolation of discorectangles. Also known as stadiums or two-dimensional spherocylinders, a discorectangle is a rectangle with semicircles at a pair of opposite sides. Scaling analysis was performed to obtain the percolation thresholds in the thermodynamic limits. We found that (i) for the two marg...

We have studied the electrical conductivity of two-dimensional nanowire networks. An analytical evaluation of the contribution of tunneling to their electrical conductivity suggests that it is proportional to the square of the wire concentration. Using computer simulation, three kinds of resistance were taken into account, viz., (i) the resistance...

To be published as a chapter of
Order, Disorder and Criticality. Advanced Problems of Phase Transition Theory, Volume 6. Edited By: Yurij Holovatch (National Academy of Sciences, Ukraine) WORLD SCIENTIFIC, 2020. ISBN: 978-981-121-621-3 (hardcover)
This chapter is devoted to the analysis of jamming and percolation behavior of two-dimensional system...

We have studied the electrical conductivity of two-dimensional nanowire networks. An analytical evaluation of the contribution of tunneling to their electrical conductivity suggests that it is proportional to the square of the wire concentration. Using computer simulation, three kinds of resistance were taken into account, viz., (i) the resistance...

Relaxation in a two-dimensional suspensions containing rods was studied by using dynamic Monte Carlo simulations. An off-lattice model with continuous positional and orientational degrees of freedom was considered. The initial state was produced by using a random sequential adsorption model. During the relaxation, the rods underwent translational a...

Using Monte Carlo simulation, we have studied the percolation of discorectangles. Also known as stadiums or two-dimensional spherocylinders, a discorectangle is a rectangle with semicircles at a pair of opposite sides. Scaling analysis was performed to obtain the percolation thresholds in the thermodynamic limits. We found: (i) for the two marginal...

We consider $N$ circles of equal radii, $r$, having their centers randomly placed within a square domain $\mathcal{D}$ of size $L \times L$ with periodic boundary conditions ($\mathcal{D} \in \mathbb{R}^2$). When two or more circles intersect each other, each circle is divided by the intersection points into several arcs. We found the exact length...

Aging in a two dimensional suspension containing rods was studied by means of kinetic Monte Carlo simulations. An off-lattice model with continuous positional and orientational degrees of freedom was considered. The initial state was produced using a random sequential adsorption model. During the aging, the rods underwent translational and rotation...

Four samples of transparent conductive films with different numbers of silver nanorings per unit area were produced. The sheet resistance, transparency, and haze were measured for each sample. Using Monte Carlo simulation, we studied the electrical conductivity of random resistor networks produced by the random deposition of the conducting rings on...

The sedimentation of a two-dimensional suspension containing rods was studied by means of Monte Carlo (MC) simulations. An off-lattice model with continuous positional and orientational degrees of freedom was considered. The initial state before sedimentation was produced using a model of random sequential adsorption. During such sedimentation, the...

Four samples of transparent conductive films with different numbers of silver nanorings per unit area were produced. The sheet resistance, transparency, and haze were measured for each sample. Using Monte Carlo simulation, we studied the electrical conductivity of random resistor networks produced by the random deposition of the conducting rings on...

Using Monte Carlo simulation, we studied the electrical conductance of two-dimensional films. The films consisted of a poorly conductive host matrix and highly conductive rodlike fillers (rods). The rods were of various lengths, obeying a log-normal distribution. They were allowed to be aligned along a given direction. The impacts of the length dis...

We simulated a random walk of rectangular particles on a square lattice with periodic boundary conditions. Two kinds of particles were investigated, viz., so-called "blind" and "myopic" particles. We found that steady state patterns occurred only for some values of the ratio Lx /Ly , where Lx and Ly are the linear sizes of the system, and only for...

By means of computer simulation, we examined the effect of dispersity of filler length on electrical conductivity of two-dimensional (2D) composites with rod-like fillers. A continuous approach was used. Highly conductive zero-width rod-like particles were deposited uniformly with given anisotropy onto a poorly conductive substrate. Length of parti...

Using Monte Carlo simulation, we studied the electrical conductance of two-dimensional films. The films consisted of a poorly conductive host matrix and highly conductive rodlike fillers (rods). The rods were of various lengths, obeying a log-normal distribution. They were allowed to be aligned along a given direction. The impacts of length dispers...

Evaporation of a drop, though a simple everyday observation, provides a fascinating subject for study. Various issues interact here, such as dynamics of the contact line, evaporation-induced phase transitions, and formation of patterns. The explanation of the rich variety of patterns formed is not only an academic challenge, but also a problem of p...

The sedimentation of a two dimensional suspension containing rods was studied by means of kinetic Monte Carlo (MC) simulations. An off-lattice model with continuous positional and orientational degrees of freedom was considered. The initial state before sedimentation was produced using a model of random sequential adsorption. During such sedimentat...

Using Monte Carlo simulation, we study the percolation of sticks, i.e., zero-width rods, on a plane, paying special attention to the effects of stick alignment and their length dispersity. The stick lengths are distributed in accordance with log-normal distributions, providing a constant mean length with different widths of distribution. Scaling an...

The behavior of the percolation threshold and the jamming coverage for isotropic random sequential adsorption samples has been studied by means of numerical simulations. A parallel algorithm that is very efficient in terms of its speed and memory usage has been developed and applied to the model involving large linear k-mers on a square lattice wit...

The experiments conducted by various scientific groups indicate that, in dense two-dimensional systems of elongated particles subjected to vibration, the pattern formation is possible. Computer simulations have evidenced that the random walk of rectangular particles in a discrete two-dimensional space can lead to their self-organisation. We propose...

Using Monte Carlo simulation, we studied the percolation of sticks, i.e. zero-width rods, on a plane paying special attention to the effects of stick alignment and their length dispersity. The stick lengths were distributed in accordance with log-normal distributions, providing a constant mean length with different widths of distribution. Scaling a...

The behavior of the percolation threshold and the jamming coverage for isotropic random sequential adsorption samples has been studied by means of numerical simulations. A parallel algorithm that is very efficient in terms of its speed and memory usage has been developed and applied to the model involving large linear k-mers on a square lattice wit...

Using Monte Carlo simulation, we studied the electrical conductivity of two-dimensional films. The films consisted of a poorly conductive host matrix and highly conductive rod-like fillers (rods). The rods were of various lengths fitting a log-normal distribution. They could be aligned along a direction. Special attention was paid to films having c...

By means of computer simulation, we examined effect of dispersity of filler length on electrical conductivity of two-dimensional (2D) composites with rod-like fillers. Continuous approach has been used. Highly conductive zero-width rod-like particles were deposited uniformly with given anisotropy onto a poorly conductive substrate. Length of partic...

We simulated random walk of rectangular particles on a square lattice with periodic boundary conditions. Two kind of particles were investigated, viz., so-called `blind' and `myopic' particles. We found that steady state patterns occurred only for some values of the ratio $L_x/L_y$ where $L_x$ and $Ly$ are the linear sizes of the system and only fo...

The experiments conducted by various scientific groups indicate that, in dense two-dimensional systems of elongated particles subjected to vibration, the pattern formation is possible. Computer simulations have evidenced that the random walk of rectangular particles in a discrete two-dimensional space can lead to their self-organisation. We propose...

Using Monte Carlo simulation, we studied the electrical conductivity of two-dimensional films. The films consisted of a poorly conductive host matrix and highly conductive rod-like fillers (rods). The rods were of various lengths fitting a log-normal distribution. They could be aligned along a direction. Special attention was paid to films having c...

Numerical simulations by means of the Monte Carlo method have been performed to study the electrical properties of a two-dimensional composite filled with rodlike particles. The main goal was to study the effect of the alignment of such rods on the anisotropy of its electrical conductivity. A continuous model was used. In this model, the rods have...