L. Kozak graduated from the Physics Department of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv in 1999. Since 1999 till 2002 she studied in graduate school at the Department of Astronomy and Space Physics. Since October 2002 till July 2003 worked as a research assistant Research Laboratory “Physics of Space”. Since 01.07.03. till 24.11.2008 p. worked as an assistant. Since 25.11.2008 till now works as an assistant professor of Astronomy and Space Physics (main place of work).
Since July 2015 part-time working as a senior research associate in Space Plasma Department.
In 2003 defended his thesis for the degree in physics and mathematics, specialty “Geophysics”. In April 2011 – awarded the rank of assistant professor of astronomy and space physics department.
Kozak L.V. is the author of over 100 scientific publications, regularly takes part in Ukrainian and international conferences. She published (without co-author), two education guidances, one of which has a signature stamp of Education and Science Ministry of Ukraine. Research work supported by grants from the International Institute of Space Research (Switzerland); Volkswagen Foundation; COSPAR (Committee on Space Research) grants and grant CRDF UKP2-2644-KV-05 (USA) SFFR-RFFR 2011-2012 and 2013-2014. Since 2008 she is, member of the working group “Comparative analysis of turbulence and anomalous transport in space and thermonuclear plasma” of international Institute of Space Studies (ISSI), Bern, Switzerland, and since 2017 a member of the working group “External magnetospheric resonances: role in ionospheric-magnetospheric connection” of International Institute of Space Studies (ISSI-BJ), Beijing, China. In 2014 passed training in the Applied Physics Laboratory at Johns Hopkins University, Maryland, USA.
Currently area of research related to the definition of the role of turbulent processes in the near-Earth plasma energetic. Within this subject are considered characteristic of the scope and typical parameters of different models of turbulent processes, a comparison between different models and conditions of their use. A multifractal, spectral and wavelet analysis of satellite measurements of turbulized regions of different parts of the Earth’s magnetosphere and the solar wind plasma.