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Executive Team

 

Yuriy K Krasnov, PhDYuriy K Krasnov
CSO
Ph.D. Physics & Mathematics

Born January 1, 1945 in Tbilisi, Georgia, Yuriy K. Krasnov graduated from Tbilisi State University in 1968, earning a Master’s Degree in Theoretical Physics (1969) and a Ph.D. in Physics and Mathematics (1977).

Upon graduation, in 1968, he was hired by the Institute of Physics within the Georgian Academy of Science, where he began as a Minor Scientific Employee and worked his way up to become Deputy Chief of the Department. He remained with the Institute until 1981, at which point he was transferred to the Khurchatov Institute of Atomic Energy in Moscow, Russia. He worked there as an Senior Scientific Employee until 1994.

He immigrated to the United States on July 14, 1994.

In 2005, Yuriy K. Krasnov founded The Qualitics, Inc. in Cleveland, Ohio; today, he works here with his sons Yuriy and Oleg. He has one grandson, also named Yuriy.

Yuriy K. Krasnov is the author and co-author of 120 articles, 3 books, 12 Reviews, 9 Patents (several more preliminary patents filed and a few utility patents are pending).

Major Scientific Discoveries and Publications:

  • Creation of the Dynamics of Quantum Vortices (macroscopic stable quantified excitation in neutral and charged super-liquids). Main source: “The Dynamics of Quantum Vortices” (2001), edited by David Delphenich, Ph.D.. Book is available from www.thequalitics.com
  • Creation of Qualitics, a new method of quantitative investigation of a quality of the processes and devises and application of this method to the study of the stream processes (Volume 1) and Economics (Volume 2). Main source: “The Qualitics,” monograph (2001). Book is available from www.thequalitics.com
  • Creation of the Theory of Vortical Boiling. Main source: “Vortical Boiling,” presentation (2006). Download is available from www.thequalitics.com
  • Discovery of the spectrum of the non-dissipating singular-in-point dynamical excitations in fluids (including viscous fluids). For further details, please reference the books “The Dynamics of Quantum Vortices” and “The Qualitics,” both books are available from www.thequalitics.com
  • Creation of the Theory of Evolution of Tornadoes, based upon the exact solution of the Navier-Stokes equations. For further details, please reference the books “The Dynamics of Quantum Vortices” and “The Qualitics,” both books are available from www.thequalitics.com

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