Valeriy V. Ryazanov, Prof., Head of Lab. for Superconductivity, Institute of Solid State Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Prof., Head of Chair of the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (National Research University). Notable Achievements: Superconductor-ferromagnetic-superconductor (SFS) Josephson junctions – first experimental observation of superconducting current flow through a ferromagnetic in a Josephson SFS junction (1999); experimental realization of the -state in SFS systems (2000-2001); detection (in phase-sensitive experiments) of the inverse current-phase relation, spontaneous currents and magnetic flux in superconducting circuits with -junctions (2002-2008), realization of a novel type of Josephson magnetic switch (2012), F/S hybridization for magnetic applications (2018-2021).