Dr. Yury Bazhutov
Yury Bazhutov studied in the Moscow Engineering-Physical Institute (MEPhI) in the faculty of Experimental and Theoretical Physics on the Department of Physics of Elementary Particles and Nuclear Researches. Then he became a postgraduate student in Kurchatov Institute of the Atomic Energy.
In 1974-1986 Dr. Bazhutov worked in the Scientific Research Institute of Nuclear Physics at Lomonosov Moscow State University, where in 1984 he received PhD in Cosmic Rays & had proposed Hypothesis of new hadron (Erzion) existence.
In 1986-1991 Dr. Bazhutov worked in Central Research Institute of Machinebuilding (Tsniimash) where he had created Erzion Model of Cold Nuclear Transmutation & began to fulfill experiments & projects based on it. There he organized Tsniimash & Korolev Physical Society and was its Chairman.
For realization of these projects due to some Russian financial Inventors in 1992 Dr. Bazhutov had created the “Erzion” Research Center under his head as its director.
Since 1993, he began to organize annual Russian Conferences on Cold Nuclear Transmutation (RCCNT) & was permanent chairman of Organizing committee of all RCCNT-(1-20).
In 1997-2002 Dr. Bazhutov worked as As. Professor in the Moscow Technical University (MADI), where in July, 1999 he had discovered Erzions in Cosmic Rays.
Now Dr. Bazhutov is working in Pushkov Institute of Terrestrial Magnetism, Ionosphere and Radiowave Propagation (IZMIRAN), Russian Academy of Sciences, Troitsk, Moscow.
He continues contracts with the National Research Center “Kurchatov Institute”, where he fulfilled all last his CNT & CR experiments.
Dr. Bazhutov is Senior Research Fellow, Russian Physical Society Presidium Member, Russian Nuclear Society Member.