IGOR I. STRAKOVSKY is an experimentalist and phenomenologist in hadronic physics. He received the doctoral degree from the Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute in 1969 and worked as an associate research scientist and research scientist at PNPI before joining the Physics Department at The George Washington University in 1997. He has been a full research professor there since 2009. He is the primary person keeping up the much-referenced GWU SAID database, providing a support of experimental programs associated with analyses of preliminary experimental data and help in the planning of new measurements. His recent research has focused on multichannel partial-wave analyses. He is a Regional Award Winner and one of the 15 national Finalists for The 2008 Inspire Integrity Awards of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars' (NSCS) Inspire Integrity Awards, USA and received an Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award for 2019.

Igor I. Strakovsky
The George Washington University, Washington, DC, USA
IGOR I. STRAKOVSKY is an experimentalist and phenomenologist in hadronic physics. He received the doctoral degree from the Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute in 1969 and worked as an associate research scientist and research scientist at PNPI before joining the Physics Department at The George Washington University in 1997. He has been a full research professor there since 2009. He is the primary person keeping up the much-referenced GWU SAID database, providing a support of experimental programs associated with analyses of preliminary experimental data and help in the planning of new measurements. His recent research has focused on multichannel partial-wave analyses. He is a Regional Award Winner and one of the 15 national Finalists for The 2008 Inspire Integrity Awards of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars' (NSCS) Inspire Integrity Awards, USA and received an Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award for 2019.

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