Born on February 9, 1970 in Kiev. In 1993 graduated from Faculty of Problems of Physics and Energetics of the Moscow Institute of Physical and Technology. After graduation began working at Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, as an engineer, and from 1996 – assistant lecturer. In 1999 he defended his thesis on "Quantum mechanical theory of spin-dependent recombination in semiconductors" specialty "Physics of semiconductors and dielectrics" and obtained Ph.D. degree.
Since 2002 works as assistant professor at the Department of semiconductor electronics of Faculty of Radiophysics. The range of his scientific interests includes theoretical studies of spin-dependent phenomena in semiconductors. Delivers lectures: "Digital Signal Processing ", "Digital Communications ", and "Computer-aided design in electronics". Conducts practical and laboratory classes for students of computer engineering. Co-author of the quantum-mechanical theory of spin-dependent recombination in semiconductors. The author of more than forty scientific papers, including two monographs and one textbook.
Tretyak O. V., L'vov V. A., Barabanov A. V. Physical backgrounds of spintronics. 314 p. Book. Ed: Kiev University Press, Kiev, 2002 (In Ukrainian).