Fadey Fadeevich Komarov (b. 20.08.1945, v. Galuzy, Chausy district, Mogilev region), physicist. Corresponding Member of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus (1996), Doctor of Physico-Mathematical Sciences (1983), Professor (1984).
Scientific research in the field of radiation physics of solids, microelectronics and X-ray optics. He developed the theoretical foundations of the physics of ion-beam doping of materials. He proposed a technology for creating electronic products using high-intensity ion beams, and he developed new methods for producing superhard, wear- and corrosion-resistant, catalytically active materials. He proposed the physical principles of control of hard X-ray and gamma-quanta beams, created the elements and systems of optics of hard quanta. Investigated the spectral and angular characteristics of the radiation of a channeled relativistic particles. Created a system of end-to-end simulation of submicron electronics technological processes. Developed a number of original new technologies of micro-and nanoelectronics. Contributed to the development of new physical and technological areas (deep submicron electronics and nanoelectronics, defect-impurity engineering of materials, track nanoelectronics, physics and technology of quantum-dimensional structures and devices, structures with carbon nanotubes).
Author of more than 400 scientific papers, incl. 15 monographs, 42 inventions.
State Prize of the Republic of Belarus in 1998 for the cycle of work "Development of new design methods and development of the physical and technological foundations for the creation of high technologies for the production of competitive microelectronic products".