Materials Research Centre of NAS of Belarus, Minsk, Belarus
Dr. Valery Fedosyuk carried out studies of amorphous and nanocrystalline soft magnetic and hard magnetic films of alloys of the iron group with a number of metalloids and refractory metals. He created a direction in obtaining and researching nanoscale multilayer magnetic structures with a thickness of up to several atomic layers by means of pulsed electrolytic deposition. He discovered the effect of isotropic “giant” magnetoresistance, due to the predominant scattering of conduction electrons with different spin directions on the magnetic moments of neighboring nanolayers with repeating antiparallel orientation.
V. Fedosyuk [et al.] Giant magnetoresistance in granular electrodeposited CuCo films. Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 165 (1995) 345-346.
V. Fedosyuk [et al.] Granular AgCo and AgCuCo nanowires. Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 198 (1999) 246-247.
V. Fedosyuk [et al.] Control of growth mechanism of electrodeposited nanocrystalline NiFe films. Journal of the Electrochemical Society 166 (2019) 173-180.
Institute of General
Belarus, Minsk, Belarus
- Physical and Colloidal Chemistry;
- Inorganic adsorbents, Ceramic membranes, Catalysts for Advanced Oxidation Processes;
- Theoretical and experimental researches in the field of water treatment.
A. Ivanets [et al.] A comparative study on the synthesis of magnesium ferrite for the adsorption of metal ions: Insights into the essential role of crystallite size and surface hydroxyl groups. Chemical Engineering Journal. 411 (2021) 128523.
A. Ivanets [et al.] Effect of Mg2+ ions on competitive metal ions adsorption/desorption on magnesium ferrite: mechanism, reusability and stability studies. Journal of Hazardous Materials. 411 (2021) 124902.
A. Ivanets [et al.] One-stage adsorption treatment of liquid radioactive wastes with complex radionuclide composition. Water, Air, & Soil Pollution. 231 (2020) 1-10.
Reshetnev Siberian State
University of Science and Technology, Krasnoyarsk,
The creation of multifunctional materials that combine transport properties and multiferroics form the basis for the development of the technological base of many newest nanoelectronic devices. Influence of the orbital degrees of freedom of an electron on magnetotransport properties of disordered orbitally degenerate semiconductors with strong electronic correlations in the high-temperature range, which is important in the development and creation of an element base for microelectronics. In the region of electronic phase transitions of a metal-insulator with a strong electron-phonon interaction, it is possible to switch the sign of current carriers by ultrasound due to the electron-phonon interaction. In two-phase semiconductor-multiferroic materials, conducting channels with bistable current states are created at the interface.
S. Aplesnin [et al.] Magnetoresistance effect in anion-substituted manganese chalcogenides. Physica status solidi b, 252 (2015), 1792-1798.
S. Aplesnin [et al.] Bi2(Sn0.95Cr0.05)2O7: Structure, IR specture, and dielectric properties. Ceramics International, 42 (2016) 5177-5183.
S. Aplesnin Magnetoelectric and magnetoresistive properties of the CexMn1–xS semiconductors. Physica Status Solidi B, Vol. 253 (2016) 1771-1781.
Department of Nanomedicine
Research, Institute for Research & Medical Consultation, Imam
Abdulrahman Bin Faisal University, Dammam, Saudi Arabia
My main research area is magnetic nanomaterials. Their synthesis, structural, magnetic, optic, Mossbauer and Microwave absorption characterizations are within my research field. I focused mainly on nanospinel ferrites (normal, inverse and mixed) and M-type nanohexaferrites (mainly on BaFe12O19 and SrFe12O19). And I am also studying on anticancer/antifungal and antibacterial activity of various types spinel nanoferrites and recyclable spinel nanocatalyst.
A. Baykal [et al.] Correlation between chemicalcomposition, electrical, magnetic and microwave properties in Dy-substituted Ni-Cu-Zn ferrites, Mat. Sci and Eng. B 270 (2021) 1152020.
A. Baykal [et al.] Impact of the exfoliated graphite on magnetic and microwave properties of the hexaferrite-based composites, J. Alloys Compd. 878 (2021) 160397.
A. Baykal [et al.] Delivery, fate, and physiological effect of engineered cobalt ferrite nanoparticles in barley (Hordeum vulgare L.), Chemosphere 265 (2021) 129138.
Department of Resource and Environment, School of Metallurgy, Northeastern University, Shenyang, China
Comprehensive utilization of metallurgy resources and low cost radiation protection materials; new theory and technology for radiation protection; the interactions between the shielding materials and the radiation rays; the relationship of the composition, structural and performance; the interaction between the complex shields and radiation rays.
M. Dong [et al.] A novel comprehensive utilization of vanadium slag: As gamma ray shielding material. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 318 (2016) 751-757.
M. Dong [et al.] A novel method of utilization of hot dip galvanizing slag using the heat waste from itself for protection from radiation. Journal of Hazardous materials, 344 (2018) 602-614.
M. Dong [et al.] Using Iron Concentrate in Liaoning Province, China, to Prepare Material for X-Ray Shielding. Journal of Cleaner Production, 210 (2019) 653-659.
Laboratory of the Institute of Physics named after B.I. Stepanov of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus
Scientific research in the field of nanostructure physics and condensed matter optics. Established the role of impurity recombination in the formation of nonlinear optical properties of semiconductor crystals. For the first time, he discovered and investigated the inhomogeneous broadening of the optical spectra of semiconductor nanocrystals in dielectric matrices and established a number of fundamental laws governing the evolution of the properties of nanoparticles during the transition from low-atomic clusters to bulk solids.
S. Gaponenko Introduction to nanophotonics. Cambridge University Press (2010) 465.
S. Gaponenko [et al.] Possible nanoantenna control of chlorophyll dynamics for bioinspired photovoltaics. Scientific Reports 9 (2019) 7138.
O. Kulakovich [et al.] Photostability enhancement of InP/ZnSe/ZnSeS/ZnS quantum dots by plasmonic nanostructures Nanotechnology 32 (2021) 035204.
Advanced Materials and Technologies of the National Research University
"MIET", Moscow, Zelenograd, Russia
-Surface physics and chemistry;
-Physicochemistry of nanostructured materials;
-Electrochemical processes in micro- and nanoelectronic technology;
-Low-temperature methods for the synthesis of nanostructured materials.
S. Gavrilov [et al.] Manifestation of the heterogeneous mechanism upon melting of low-dimensional systems. Physics of Solid State 2135, 51(10) 2009.
S. Gavrolov [ et al.] Thermodynamic potential and phase diagram for multiferroic bismuth ferrite (BiFeO3), npj Comp. Mater. 20, 3(1) 2017.
S. Gavrilov [et al.] Investigation of tip-induced ultrathin Ti film oxidation kinetics Nanotechnology 273 , 12(3) 2001.
Institute of Radiation Problems, Baku, Azerbaijan
My research interests focus on condensed matter physics and material science, with main interest in phase transitions in perovskite structured ferroelectrics and multiferroics. I am also interested in experimental methods such that X-ray diffraction, neutron diffraction and Raman spectroscopy.
S. Jabarov [et al.] Probabilistic model of structural phase transition in perovskites. Modern Physics Letters B. 35 (2021) 2150211.
S. Jabarov [et al.] Investigation of structural and optical properties of zirconia dioxide nanoparticles by radiation and thermal methods. Modern Physics Letters B. 35 (2021) 2150050.
S. Jabarov [et al.] Effect of electron beam on the crystal structure of nanoscale Al particles. Modern Physics Letters B. 34 (2021) 2050531.
Laboratory of Advanced Microscopy of Functional Materials of CICECO
-Aveiro Institute of Materials, Aveiro,
Nanoscale properties of functional materials via scanning probe techniques; Dielectric, piezoelectric, pyroelectric and ferroelectric properties of materials and structures; Ferroelectric polymers and self-organized bioorganic materials for biology and medicine; Materials for sensors and actuators, microelectromechanical systems, and energy harvesting; Nanoscale properties of Li-battery materials; 2D materials for electronics.
A. Kholkin [ et al.] Interferometric measurements of electric fieldinduced displacements in piezoelectric thin films. Rev. Sci. Instrum. 1935, 67(5) 1996.
A. Kholkin [et al.] Nanoscale ferroelectrics: processing, characterization and future trends. Rep. Prog. Phys. 2443, 69(8) 2006.
A. Kholkin [et al.] Strong Piezoelectricity in Bioinspired Peptide Nanotubes. ACS Nano. 610, 4(2) 2010.
State University of
Informatics and Radioelectronics,
ab initio investigation of structural, electronic, optical, magnetic and transport properties of materials including bulk, thin films (including 2D structures), surfaces and nanowires of semiconducting and metal silicides, IV and III-V compounds, metal oxides.
D. Migas [et al.] Effect of polaron formation on electronic, charge and magnetic properties of Nb12O29, J. Alloys Compd. 821 (2020), 153527.
D. Migas [et al.] Thermodynamic driving force in the formation of hexagonal-diamond Si and Ge nanowires, App. Surf. Sci. 545 (2021), 148948.
D. Migas [et al.] Orientation effects in morphology and electronic properties of anatase TiO2 one-dimensional nanostructures. I. Nanowires, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 16 (2014), 9479.
National University of Science and Technology, College of New Materials and Nanotechnologies, Moscow, Russian Federation
Recent interest lies in the field of magnetic dynamics and high frequency transport in micro and nano structured magnetic systems. In 1994, L. V. Panina (jointly with K. Mohri, the University of Nagoya; R. S. Beach and A. E. Berkowitz, Alabama Research Centre) was credited with the discovery of the magnetoimpedance (MI) effect. Publications in this field have large citations.
The other large topic involves magnetoelectric effects in systems with multiferroic orderings at room temperature (such as having spontaneous magnetization and polarization). On the basis of investigation of the structural parameters with neutron diffraction methods the mechanism of large spontaneous polarisation has been proposed. Our works in this field have generated interest among the research community and the main recent publications already have many citations.
L. Panina [et al.] Magneto-impedance effect in amorphous wires. Applied Physics Letters 65 (1994) 1189-1191.
L. Panina [et al.] Giant Magneto-Impedance in Co-Rich Amorphous Wires and Films. IEEE Transactions on Magnetics. 31 (1995) 1249-1260.
L. Panina [et al.] Giant magneto-impedance and magneto-inductive effects in amorphous alloys (invited). Journal of Applied Physics 76 (1994) 6198-6203.
Chemistry of New Materials of the National Academy
of Sciences of Belarus, Minsk, Belarus
The complex researchs about the morphology, structure and functional properties of nanosized polymer and composite coatings deposited from active gas phase formed via electron-beam disintegration of initial components have been conducted. New rout of synthesis, properties and application of such nanomaterials are being studied.
A. Rogachev [et al.] Antibacterial coatings based on polycaprolactone and polyurethane with prolonged release of ciprofloxacin. Surface & Coatings Technology. 405 (2021) 126584.
A. Rogachev [et al.] Features of electron beam deposition of polymer coatings with the prolonged release of the drug component. Materials Science and Engineering 110 (2020) 110730.
A. Rogachev [et al.] Formation features, structure and properties of bioactive coatings based on phosphate‑calcium layers, deposited by a low energy electron beam. Surface & Coatings Technology. 359 (2019) 6 – 15.
Imam Abdulrahman bin Faisal University (IAU), Dammam, Saudi Arabia
Dr. M. I. Sayyed has been actively involved in the fields of development of various radiation shielding materials including glasses doped with heavy metal oxides, glass-ceramics and alloys. He has a good experience in the experimental measurements of the attenuation factors as well as on the computer simulations related to the radiation protection field. He is also working on the fabrication of novel glasses doped with HMO nanoparticles for radiation shielding applications.
M. Sayyed [et al.] A novel method of utilization of hot dip galvanizing slag using the heat waste from itself for protection from radiation. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 344 (2018) 602–614.
M. Sayyed [et al.] Using Iron Concentrate in Liaoning Province, China, to Prepare Material for X-Ray Shielding. Journal of Cleaner Production, 210 (2019) 653-659.
M. Sayyed [et al.] Physical, optical and gamma radiation shielding competence of newly borotellurite based glasses: TeO2–B2O3–ZnO–Li2O3–Bi2O3, Ceramics International 47 (2021) 611-618.
Institute for Material Science,
Faculty of Engineering, University of Duisburg-Essen, Essen, Germany
-Scanning force microscopy: nanoscale characterization of electroactive materials;
-Ferroelectric, dielectric, and piezoelectric properties of materials;
-Multiferroics and magnetoelectrics.
V.V. Shvartsman [et al.] Lead-Free Relaxor Ferroelectrics. J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 95(1) 1-26, 2012.
V.V. Shvartsma [et al.] Temperature-Insensitive (K,Na)NbO 3 -Based Lead-Free Piezoactuator. Ceramics Adv. Funct. Mater. 4079, 23(33) 2013.
V.V. Shvartsman [et al.], Large bulk polarization and regular domain structure in ceramic BiFeO3. Appl. Phys. Lett. 172115, 90(17) 2007.
University of Ceara (UFC) Fortaleza,Brazil
Prof. A.S.B. Sombra was born in Jaguarauana ,CE ,Brazil. He received the BSc and MSc degree in Physics from Federal University of Ceará (UFC) in 1981 and 1984, respectively, and the PhD from the Federal University of Pernambuco(UFPE) in 1990. He is head of the Telecommunications and Materials Science and Engineering Laboratory (LOCEM) at the Physics Department at Federal University of Ceara (www.locem.ufc.br). The main interest areas include research and development in optical fiber and planar devices for optical networks. He is also involved in the study of electric, dielectric and piezoelectric properties of new ceramics, glasses, polymers and films for antennas, microwave and radio-frequency(RF) applications.
A.S.B. Sombra [et al.] Investigation of structural, hysteresis and electromagnetic parameters for microwave absorption application in doped Ba–Sr hexagonal ferrites at X-band. Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 806 (2019) 1220-1229.
A.S.B. Sombra [et al.] Bandstop Passive Filter Characteristics of Hexagonal Ferrite Composites at X-Band. Journal of Electronic Materials, 48 (2019) 6189–6193.
A.S.B. Sombra [et al.] Dielectric and microwave properties of common sintering aids for the manufacture of thermally stable ceramics . Ceramics International , 45 (2019) 20446-20450.
University Haryana, India
The leading area of research includes nanomaterials, nanocomposites, nanoelectronics, nanofabrication, nanobiotechnology, ferrites for microwave applications, high frequency applications, radar absorbing materials, water purification, DNA biosenosrs, nanosensors, diamond synthesis, metamaterials, agricultural applications of nanomaterials, renewable energy, different translational aspects of Nanotechnology viz. 3D printing and fabrication technology, agriculture applications, nanosensor development & synthesis of diamonds etc.
A. Thakur [et al.] Dielectric Resonator Negative Group Delay Circuit. Radio Science. 56 (2021).
A. Thakur [et al.] Diakoptics Modelling Applied to Flying Bird-Shape NGD Microstrip Circuit . IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems II: Express Briefs . 68 (2021) 637 - 641.
A. Thakur [et al.] Potential of Magnetic Nanoferrites in Removal of Heavy Metals from Contaminated Water: Mini Review. Journal of Superconductivity and Novel Magnetism 33 (2020) 3651–3665.
South Ural State University, Chelyabinsk,
Scientific Interests :
-Synthesis of ferrite flux single crystal and powders
-Functional oxide single crystal growth (leucosapphire, ruby, lead germinates)
-Design of novel equipment for crystal growth
-High-temperature experiment and equipment
D. Vinnik [et al.] Correlation of the Fe content and entropy state in multiple substituted hexagonal ferrites with magnetoplumbite structure. Ceramics International, 2021, 47 (12), 17684–17692.
D. Vinnik [et al.] Structure and magnetodielectric properties of titanium substituted barium hexaferrites. Ceramics International, 2021, 47 (12), pp. 17293–17306.
D. Vinnik [et al.] Structure and magnetic properties of a new hexaferrite (Ba,Pb)(Fe,Ti)9O15. Ceramics International, 2021, 47 (4) 5341–5346.
Department of Resource and Environment, School of Metallurgy, Northeastern University, Shenyang, China
-Shielding materials for radiation rays;
-Electromagnetic shielding materials;
-The relationship of the compositions, structural and performance;
-Comprehensive utilization of solid waste;
-Industry waste water treatment and recycling.
X. Xue [et al.] Degradation of organic dyes by a new heterogeneous Fenton reagent-Fe2GeS4 nanoparticle. Journal of hazardous materials, 353, 182-189.
X. Xue [et al.] A novel comprehensive utilization of vanadium slag: As gamma ray shielding material. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 318 (2016) 751-757.
X. Xue [et al.] A novel method of utilization of hot dip galvanizing slag using the heat waste from itself for protection from radiation. Journal of Hazardous materials, 344 (2018) 602-614.
Jiaotong University, Xi’an, China
D. Zhou [et al.] High permittivity and low loss microwave dielectrics suitable for 5G resonators and low temperature co-fired ceramic architecture, Journal of Materials Chemistry C 5 (38), 10094-10098, 2017.
D. Zhou [et al.] Novel temperature stable high-εr microwave dielectrics in the Bi2O3–TiO2–V2O5 system, Journal of Materials Chemistry C 4 (23), 5357-5362, 2016.
D. Zhou [et al.] Microwave Dielectric Properties of Li2WO4 Ceramic with Ultra‐Low Sintering Temperature, Journal of the American Ceramic Society 94 (2), 348-350, 2011.
D. Zhou [et al.] Microwave Dielectric Ceramics in Li2O–Bi2O3–MoO3 System with Ultra‐Low Sintering Temperatures, Journal of the American Ceramic Society 93 (4), 1096-1100, 2010.
D. Zhou [et al.] Bi2O3–MoO3 binary system: an alternative ultralow sintering temperature microwave dielectric, Journal of the American Ceramic Society 92 (10), 2242-2246, 2009.