- 07/94 – present, Senior Visiting Scientist; Physicist; Distinguished Member of Technical Staff - Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, CA
- 07/68-09/97 - Senior Scientist, Division Leader, Deputy Director, Chief Scientist - Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics, Novosibirsk, Russia (07/94-09/97 - on leave)
- 10/65-06/68 - Junior Scientist - Kurchatov Institute, Moscow, Russia
Dmitri Ryutov is a theoretical physicist with interests in plasma physics and its applications; environmental aspects of energy production; space and astrophysical plasmas; X-ray optics; advanced dynamics. Honors: Academician, Academy of Sciences of Russia (1992); Fellow, American Physical Society (1998); IOP Fellow (UK) (2003); R&D100 Awards (2004, 2010, 2012); LLNL E. Teller Fellow (2007-2010); FPA Distinguished Career Award (2010).
D.D. Ryutov, R. P. Drake, J. Kane, E. Liang, B. A. Remington, and W.M. Wood-Vasey. "Similarity criteria for the laboratory simulation of supernova hydrodynamics."
D.D. Ryutov. "Landau damping: half a century with the great discovery."
D.D. Ryutov, M.S. Derzon, M.K. Matzen. "The physics of fast Z pinches."
D.D. Ryutov, R.H. Cohen, P. Helander. "On the possibility of inducing strong plasma convection in the divertor of MAST",
D.D. Ryutov. "On Drift Instabilities in Magnetized Target Fusion Devices."
D.D. Ryutov. "Thermal stresses in the reflective X-ray optics for the Linac Coherent Light Source."
D.D. Ryutov. "Axial electron heat loss from mirror devices revisited",
D.D. Ryutov. 'Geometrical Properties of a "Snowflake" Divertor.'
D.D. Ryutov. "On the Virial Theorem for Interstellar Medium."
D.D. Ryutov, R.H. Cohen. "Geometrical effects in plasma stability and dynamics of coherent structures in the divertor."