Dr. Lev Murokh

Research Interests

Group of Lev Murokh performs theoretical studies of electrical and optical properties of nanoscale structures in close collaboration with experimental groups. Recently, it has been extended on living organisms including mitochondria and photosynthetic complexes, with the ultimate goal to employ the nature-created ideas in nanoelectronics.

Publications

AuthorsTitleJournalYearVolumePages

L. Mourokh and S. Lloyd

Optimal Rates for Electron Transfer in Marcus Theory

Physical Review E

2013

88

042819

Y. Yoon, M.-G. Kang, T. Morimoto, M. Kida, N. Aoki, J. L. Reno, Y. Ochiai, L. Mourokh, J. Fransson, and J. P. Bird

Coupling Quantum States Through the Continuum: A Mesoscopic Multi-state Fano Resonance

Physical Review X

2012

2

021003

A. Yu. Smirnov, L. G. Mourokh, P. K. Ghosh, and F. Nori

High-Efficiency Energy Conversion in a Molecular Triad Connected to Conducting Leads

Journal of Physical Chemistry C

2009

113

21218

A. Yu. Smirnov, L. G. Mourokh, and F. Nor

Kinetics of Proton Pumping in Cytochrome c Oxidase

Journal of Chemical Physics

2009

130

235105

A. Yu. Smirnov, S. Savel'ev, L. G. Mourokh, and F. Nori

Proton Transport and Torque Generation in Rotary Biomotors

Physical Review E

2008

78

031921

Job History

FromToTitleLocation

2008

Assistant Professor of Physics

Queens College

2007

2008

Substitute Assistant Professor

CSI

2006

2007

Research Scientist

RIKEN, Japan

2001

2005

Research Assistant Professor

Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ

1999

2001

Research Scientist

Brooklyn College

1995

1998

Assistant Professor

N.Novgorod State University, Russia

1992

1996

PhD

N.Novgorod State University, Russia

Affiliation

Queens College

Phone Number

000.000.0000