What led you into science and your chosen area of research?
Probably: desire (childly-naive) to understand the mechanism and reasons of the Gravity Low.
Can you describe the results in your paper and their importance for your field?
An analytical method for the analysis of the dynamics of the wormholes is given. A model of the multi-universe with an infinite number of wormhole-connected spherical universes has been constructed.
What research projects are you working on at the moment?
The construction of the mathematics models and construction of the program for the numerical analyses of the evolution of the wormholes.
What do you think will be the next big breakthrough in your field?
The construction and the calculation of wormhole models with the more complicated (but with the more realistic) torus-topology. Now all of wormhole models working in the range of the sphere-topology only.
What book are you reading right now?
In general I am rereading the earlier already delivered literature: Landau & Lifshitz; Misner, Thorne & Wheeler; Penrose; Visser; Bogolubov & Shirkov; Grib, Mamaev & Mostepanenko; Korn & Korn.
If you could have dinner with any 3 people, past or present, who would they be and why?
Albert Einstein, D.A. Kirzhnitc, Valeriy Rubakov (I don't now - why).
What has been the most exciting moment in your career so far?
I hope that my scientific career and its exciting moments are in future still.
What would you like to say in connection with the 90th anniversary of "Uspekhi Fizicheskikh Nauk" journal?
It is my first publication in the Journal. I bless the Journal for its positions on the frontiers of the modern science. Congratulations to the Journal and its principal editor V. Ginzburg.