(by Dr. Volodymyr Krasnoholovets)
Place of work:
Department of Theoretical Physics,
Institute of Physics,
National Academy of Sciences,
Stohna Nauky 46, UA-03028 Kyiv, Ukraine;
mob.: +38 095 441 97 08
Cathedra of Theorertical
the Faculty of Physics at
Taras Shevchenko Kyiv National University
Kyiv, Ukraine (1974-1979).
1981 up till now a collaborator of the Department of
Theoretical Physics at the Institute of Physics, Natl. Acad. Sci., Kyiv
1979-1981 an engineer researcher at the Department of
Superconductivity of The
Institute of Metal Physics, Natl. Acad. Sci., Kyiv
1993 up till now Senior Research Scientist
1985-1991 Junior Research Associate
2001 Vice Editor of the journal Spacetime &
2001 an Advisory Board Member of
The Great Pyramid of Giza Research
2003 Full Professor of Physics of the Institute for Basic
2005 an Advisory Board Member of the journal Scientific Inquiry
2005 a Consulting Fellow of The World Innovation Foundation
"On the Mechanism of Proton Conductivity Along a
Quasi-isolated Molecular Chain of Hydrogen Bonds" (1987).
At the Institute of Metal Physics I was working as an experimenter
seeking for methods of preparation of superconducting chalcogenide films and studied
their normal and superconductive properties.
At the Institute of Physics, for the first three years
I studied different models of energy transfer in molecular complexes, such
as photosynthetic membranes. At the same time I began the research on the
protonic polaron. I proposed a mechanism of the proton motion based on the
small (electron) polaron model for membrane proteins and some kinds of
inorganic compounds. These results were included into my thesis (the
advisor: Professor Petro M. Tomchuk, Head of Department).
1984 I was interested in building an integral theory of bacteriorhodopsin
functioning (the membrane protein macromolecule that functions as a light
generator of proton current). My colleagues and I published a number of
papers on this topic and our study has had an international scientific
In collaboration with biologists from Almaty
(Kazakhstan) and researchers of our Institute we investigated some
structural, physical, and electrophysical properties of different water
specimens. In particular, it was shown that though the gases of the air in
the standard (equilibrium) water account only for 0.003 % of its mass, the
change of the entropy after the degassing of the water was great enough
and could reach 15 %.
In collaboration with other team of
experimenters headed by Prof. Galina O. Puchkovska from our Institute we
studied the mesomorphic transformations and the proton subsystem dynamics
in liquid crystalline carboxylic acids. Based on extensive studies
performed by the team a mechanism of an associate formation was offered.
Then we investigated the protonic conductivity of the
NH4IO3*2HIO3 crystal both experimentally,
using different methods, and theoretically. As a result the complicated
mechanism of superionic conductivity was constructed; the mechanism
combined the pure polaron conductivity and the band one.
1990-1991 I managed the project "Inactivation of Microorganisms in Strong
Magnetic Field". Our research was both experimental (St. Petersburg and
Moscow) and theoretical (Kyiv). The work was not completed due to the
collapse of the USSR. However, we obtained substantial data and revealed
the cause of the phenomenon. In general terms a microscopic mechanism of
the DNA destruction was built (unpublished).
In 1990-1994 I was
employed at the Institute of Physics and at the same time I was teaching
quantum mechanics (practical training) in the Taras Shevchenko Kyiv
Since 1996 in collaboration with a colleague,
Dr. B. I. Lev, we began to investigate the general problem of cluster
formation starting from the main principles of statistical mechanics.
In 1998 I worked as an assistant at Hagler Bailly, Inc. (an
American consulting company), which was assisting to the National Energy
Regulatory Commission under USAID project, Kyiv, Ukraine. I conducted an
analysis of work of Local Electrical Companies and Generating Companies of
Since the end of 1980s I began to interest in the
foundations of physics. I strive for the description of fundamental
physics in pure geometrical terms, i.e., I try to show how the physical
notions (a particle, mass, spin, charge, etc.), rules and laws would
appear from a mathematical space. I continue my research on the
construction of submicrosopic mechanics in the real space, on the micro
and macro structure of the universe (the major part of the work was made
in collaboration with Professor Michel Bounias, an eminent mathematician
from d'Avignon University, France) and on the unification of
submicroscopic (quantum) mechanics with the quantum and classical gravity.
In collaboration with an experimenter of our Institute, Dr. Valery Byckov,
we could reveal a new type of quasi-particles (called inertons) in
condensed matter. It is assumed that among other influences inertons
should determine the degree of the dispersion of a light beam (both very
strong and very weak intensities) that passes through the specimen
studied; in particular, the theory of the anomalous photoelectric effect
has already been constructed. Besides, it has been shown that inertons are
responsible for the collective dynamics of hydrogen atoms in the
HIO3 crystal dictated by a substructure of the
hydrogen atoms' matter waves. More details on my research in the area of
fundamentals are available in
In 2001 my colleagues (experimenters from our Institute and
astronomers from the Kharkiv observatory, Kharkiv, Ukraine) and I offered
a project "Inerton Astronomy" - a radically new branch of astronomy, which
would be realized if funds are available.
I closely worked with biologists and physicians who founded the information medicine
in Ukraine and Muscovy in the beginning of the 1990s. First of all they are
Prof. Dr. Zenovy Skrypnyuk and Mr. Vasyl Fedorivsky. They possess a method of
influence on illness organs by means of a special matrix that transfers
signal of spatial deformations to those organs, which corrects their
anomalous or distorted state. This discovery requires further detailed
physical studies of course.
Besides, I am involved with colleagues in some other R&D
and Indra Scientific.
The R&D work allowed me to visit Prof. M. Fleischmann
at M. Fleischmann)
I was a co-editor of a series of books published by Nova Science Pulisher, Inc.:
Frontiers in Quantum Physics Research (2004).
New Research in Quantum Physics (2004).
Trends in Quantum Physics (2004).
Developments in quantum physics (2004).
New Topics in Quantum Physics Research (2006).
Old Problems and New Horizons in World Physics (2019).
In June 2017 my book dedicated to fundamental problems of physics was published
by Apple Academic Press
Structure of Space and the Submicroscopic Deterministic Concept of Physics.
I took a part in several
international conferences in Ukraine, Poland, Czech Republic, Muscovy,
Austria, the UK and Greece. There were also other invitations and presentations.
There are 100 published works.
Currently a new book is in press:
On the Origin of Gravity from the First Principles (2021)
The description of the book
The book presents a collection of chapters in which the researchers who work in
the field of gravity for years, reveal their vision of the origin of gravity.
Some approaches are based on the field equations and ideas of general relativity,
but others suggest their own procedures. Among the visions we can see the further
development of principles of general relativity, which unify gravity with
fluctuations of matter or a background of super-strong interacting gravitons,
or ignoring complicated interactions of gravity with other fields altogether.
There is also a new approach in which the space-particle dualism is presented.
In addition, there is the approach suggesting to start directly with the smallest
granularity of space, defined by the Planck scale. These lines of studies
involve constructions and methods emerging from the quantum mechanical
formalism and even suggestions for new courses of action, such as subquantum
kinetics and submicroscopic mechanics. These approaches all try to explain
the concepts of particle, mass, and their interactions. These are new trends
both in the theory of gravitation and in the theory of elementary particles,
and hence in fundamental physics in general.
Potential readers may be interested in ordering copies of the book.
In such case please contact
Some of the Publications
V. Krasnoholovets, Naturally scientific approach to the treatment of patients,
Academic Journal of Life Sciences 6, No.7 7, 67-75 (2020).
переклад українською "Природно-науковий підхід до лікування хворих"
(pdf file, 1.2 Мb)
V. Krasnoholovets and V. Zabairachnyi, Technologies to assist in the energy transition
to the next century, MRS Energy & Sustainability 7, E21, pp.: 1-10 (2020).
переклад українською "Технології, які сприятимуть переходу до енергетики наступного століття"
(pdf file, 1 Мb)
V. Bereka, I. Boshko, I. Kondratenko, Yu. Zabulonov, D. Charny, Yu. Onanko,
A. Marynin and V.Krasnoholovets,
Efficiency of plasma treatment of water contaminated with persistent organic molecules,
Journal of Environmental Engineering and Science 15, No. 3, 1-8 (2020)
(pp. 92-100, Paper 2000028).
A. Kanda, M. Prunescu and V. Krasnoholovets,
Obvious Inconsistencies classical and quantum theories, in
Horizons in World Physics, Vol. 295, Editor: Albert Reimer.
Nova Science Publishers, New York (2018), Ch. 1, pp.1-41.
(pdf file, 550 kb)
V. Burtniak, Yu. Zabulonov, M. Stokolos, L. Bulavin, V. Krasnoholovets,
Application of a territorial remote radiation monitoring system at the
Chornobyl nuclear accident site, Journal of Applied Remote Sensing 12,
No. 4, 046007 [12 pages] (2018).
(pdf file, 4.5 Mb)
V. Burtniak, Yu. Zabulonov, M. Stokolos, L. Bulavin, V. Krasnoholovets,
The remote radiation monitoring of highly radioactive sports in the
Chornobyl exclusion zone, Journal of Intellectual Robotic Systems 90,
No. 3–4, pp 437–442 (2018).
(pdf file, 1.5 Mb)
V. Kadoshnikov, Yu. Lytvynenko, Yu. Zabulonov and V. Krasnoholovets,
Nanocomposites for decontamination of multicomponent technogenic dilutions,
Journal of Nuclear Physics, Material Sciences, Radiation and Applications
3, No. 2, 279–292 (2016)
Yu. Zabulonov, V. Burtniak and V. Krasnoholovets,
A method of rapid testing of radioactivity of different materials,
Journal of Radiation Research and Applied Sciences 9, No. 9, 370-375 (2016).
V. Christianto, Yu. Umniyati and V. Krasnoholovets, On plausible role of
classical electromagnetic theory and submicroscopic physics to understand and
enhance low energy nuclear reaction: A preliminary review, Journal of
Condensed Matter Nuclear Science (Experiments and Methods in Cold Fusion) 22,
V. Krasnoholovets, A theoretical study of the refractive index of KDP
crystal doped with TiO2 nanoparticles, in Sustainable Nanosystems Development,
Properties, and Applications, Eds.: M. V. Putz & M. Mirica, IGI Global
(2016); Ch. 13, pp. 541-551.
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V. Krasnoholovets and I. Gandzha, A modeling of proton polaron spectra
in crystals with dense network of hydrogen bonds, International Journal
of Chemical Modeling 7, No. 1, 9-16 (2015).
(pdf file, 1.1 Mb)
G. Dovbeshko, N. Gridina, V. Krasnoholovets,
Holographic interferometry as a reliable tool visualizing an influence of
low-energy fields on biological systems, Research & Reviews in BioSciences,
7, no. 10, pp. 383-393 (2013).
(pdf file, 788 kb)
Proton Transfer and Coherent Phenomena
in Molecular Structures with Hydrogen Bonds (invited review article),
Advances in Chemical Physics, 125, ch. 5, pp. 351-548 (2003).
(pdf file, 1.6 Mb)
Krasnoholovets, V., and Lev, B. Systems
of particles with interaction and the cluster formation in condensed
matter, Condensed Matter Physics, 6, no. 1, 67-83 (2003)
☛ Krasnoholovets, V., Khakimov, I.,
Puchkovskaya, G., and Gabrousyonoks, E.: Mechanism of Q(C≡N) Band Broadening in Condensed
State of Alkoxycyanobiphenyles.
Molecular Crystals and Liquid Crystals
348, 101-109 (2000).
☛ Babkov, L.M., Gabrusyonoks, E.,
Krasnoholovets, V., Puchkovskaya, G.A., Khakimov, I. N: Raman Spectra and
Molecular Dynamics of Alkoxycyanobiphenyls. The SPIE volume "Raman
Scattering," V. S. Gorelik and Anna D. Kudryavtseva, Editors,
Proceedings of SPIE, 4069, 109-113
☛ Babkov, L.M., Gabrusyonoks, E.,
Krasnoholovets, V., Puchkovskaya, G.A., Khakimov, I.: Vibratinal Spectra
and Molecular Dynamics of Alkoxycyanobiphenyls, Journal of Molecular
Structure 482-483, 475-480 (1998).
☛ Barabash A., Gavrilko, T.A., Krasnoholovets,
V.V., and Puchkovskaya, G.A.: Polariton Effect on IR Spectroscopic
Properties of Crystals with Symmetric OHO Hydrogen Bonds, Journal of
Molecular Structure 436-437, 301-307 (1997).
☛ Tomchuk, P.M., and Krasnoholovets, V.V.:
Macroscopic Quantum Tunneling of Polarization in the Hydrogen-bonded
Chain, Journal of Molecular Structure 416, 161-165 (1997).
(pdf file, 110 kb)
☛ Krasnoholovets, V., On the Anomalous
Temperature Behavior of the Permittivity of KIO3*HIO3
Crystal, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 8, 3537-3544 (1996).
☛ Krasnoholovets, V.V., Taranenko, V.B.,
Tomchuk, P.M., and Protsenko, M.A.: Molecular Mechanism of Light-induced
Proton Transfer in Bacteriorhodopsin, Journal of Molecular
Structure 355, 219-228 (1995).
☛ Krasnoholovets, V.V., Puchkovskaya, G.A., and
Yakubov, A.A.: Thermoinduced Rearrengement of the Hydrogen-bonded Systems
in Liquid Crystalline Carboxylic Acids, Molecular Crystals and Liquid
Crystals 265, 143-150 (1995).
☛ Krasnoholovets, V.V., and Lev, B.I.: On
Mechanism of H-associate Polymerization in Alkyl- and Alkoxybenzene Acids,
Ukrainsky Fizychny Zhurnal 38, 296-300 (1994) (in
☛ Krasnoholovets, V.V.: Small Polaron with
Regard for the Fluctuation Vibration of a Resonance Integral, Ukrainsky
Fizychny Zhurnal 37, 740-744 (1993) (in Ukrainian).