Grants

Directed by Dr. Rodionova:

  • 2018-2020 “Complex research of the magnetoelectric effect in in the developed and created triplee-component elastomers for their application for use as active biological interfaces”, the Russian Foundation for Basic Research grant, number 18-32-20219
  • 2017-2018 “Visualization of the stressed state of a metal nucleus of a glass-coated ferromagnetic microwire”, the President of the Russian Federation grant, number МК-6182.2018.2
  • 2017-2019 “Trapping, pinning and injecting of domain wall in wire with cylindrical symmetry with diameters from submicron to few microns and control of domain wall propagation dynamics”, Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation in the framework of government assignment №3.4168.2017/4.6 
  • 2017-2019 “Physics fundamentals for the creation of electromagnetic actuators based on microwires”, Russian Science Foundation №17-12-01569
  • 2014-2016 “Physics fundamentals for the creation of Magnetic actuator based on magnetically bi-phase microwires”, Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation in the framework of government assignment (№ 3.2582.2014/309 K)

Individual grants/Directed by Abdulkarim Amirov:

  • 2018 “Multicaloric effect in magnetoelectric composites based on La-Fe-Si and Fe-Rh”, Grant from The Russian Foundation for Basic Research, number № 18-32-01036
  • 2018 “Multicaloric coupling effects in La-Fe-Si based magnetoelectric sandwiches”, Mobility grant from Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation  and German Academic Exchange Services (DAAD), Michael Lomonosov program, Line B  for doctoral candidates and young researchers (57391664), number № 91688489

Individual grants/Directed by Kateryna Levada:

  • 2018 “Network in nanomedicine for education, research and innovation in the Baltic Sea Region (acronym nanoBSR)”, Mobility grant from Swedish Institute, Sweden. Funding for projects granted 25-04-2017
  • 2018 “Magnetic nanoparticles as diagnostic approach of the gut barrier and gut-liver communication”, Mobility grant from Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation  and German Academic Exchange Services (DAAD), Michael Lomonosov program, Line B  for doctoral candidates and young researchers (57391664), number № 91688524

Individual grants/Directed by Victor Belyaev:

  • 2016-2017 «Investigation the dependences of magnetic, optical, magneto-optical on parameters of functional layers MPlCs in wide spectral and temperature range and development a theoretical model connecting magnetic and magneto-optical properties for designing a detector of external magnetic field.», Russian Foundation for Basic Research 16-32-00789
  • 2016 «Investigation of local magnetic characteristics and micromagnetic properties of magnetoplasmonic crystals», Russian Foundation for Basic Research, №16-32-50189 under supervision of Dr. Samardak
  • 2015 «Investigation of properties of Au(or Ag)/Fe(or Ni) magnetoplasmonic crystals for constructing an alternating magnetic field sensor», Russian Foundation for Basic Research, №15-32-50816 under supervision of Dr. Dolgova
  • 2014-2016 grant «U.M.N.I.K.» (Participant of Youth Science and Innovation Contest), Fund Development Assistance for Small Enterprises in Science and Technology, 2920ГУ1/2014 and 9766ГУ2/2015 under supervision of Prof. Fedyanin
  • 2014 «Investigation of magnetic, optical, magneto-optical and structural properties and of Ag/Fe-based magnetoplasmonic crystals», Russian Foundation for Basic Research №14-32-50951 under supervision Prof. Fedyanin
  • 2016 Travel grant from IEEE Magnetic Society for taking part in IEEE Magnetics Summer School 2016 under supervision of Dr. Samardak
  • 2014 Travel grant from European Physics Society for taking part in The European Conference «Physics of Magnetism 2014»  under supervision of Prof. Fedyanin

Individual grants of Christina Gritsenko:

  • 2018 “Investigation of the influence of nickel content in exchange-coupled NiFe films on their micromagnetic 
    structure and structural properties of thin-film systems based on them”, Grant from The Russian Foundation for Basic Research, number № 17-32-50170\17
  • 2016 “Investigation of the structure and morphology of the layers surfaces of two-layered and tri-layered thin films made from ferromagnetic and antiferromagnetic materials in order to identify mechanisms of enhancement the exchange bias effect in them”, Russian Foundation for Basic Research, №16- 32- 50098 under supervision of Dr. Gorshenkov
     

Individual grants of Sergey Shevyrtalov :

  • RFBR Mobility grant № 16-32-50099 “Study of internal stresses influence from the substrate and layer thickness in Ni-Mn-Ga Heusler alloys thin films with Ga-excess on 1st and 2nd order phase transition parameters” at MISiS, Moscow, Russia (under supervision of Dr. Dmitry Karpenkov), July-December 2016;
  • The National Scholarship Programme of the Slovak Republic mobility grant to the Institute of Physics of Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice (under supervision of Dr. Rastislav Varga), 2015;
  • RFBR Mobility grant № 15-32-50689 “Production of thin glass-coated Heusler type microwires of Ni-Mn-Ga and studying its structural and magnetic properties” at MISiS, Moscow, Russia (under supervision of Prof. Vladimir Khovaylo), August-December 2015;

Individual grants/Directed by Ksenia Chichay :

  • 2016-2017 PhD scholarship at the Interdisciplinary Reference Centre: Functionalized Magnetic Materials for Biomedicine and Nanotechnology Centre(FunMagMa), Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, October–March 2017
  • “Investigation of magnetoelectric interaction in layered composite structures with different parameters of magnetostrictive layer”, mobility grant #15-32-50813 at Moscow Technological University MIREA under supervision of Prof. Yuri Fetisov, supported by Russian Foundation for Basic Research (RFBR), 15 September –15 December 2015
  • “Development and creation of the microactuator based on magnetically bi-phase microwires, the winner of Youth Scientific-Innovation Competition” “U.M.N.I.K”, supported for 2015-2016, 26-27 November 2014, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Moscow, Russia
  • “Investigation of field dependence of perpendicular to the field component of magnetic moment of amorphous ferromagnetic glass-coated microwires by vibrating sample anisometer”, mobility grant #14-32-50926 at Lomonosov Moscow State University under supervision of Prof. Nikolay Perov, supported by Russian Foundation for Basic Research(RFBR), 31 October–31 December 2014
  • “Investigation of magnetic and magnetotransport properties of Co-based Heusler alloys thin films”, mobility grant at National University of Science and Technology “MISIS”, under scientific supervision of Prof.Vladimir Khovaylo, supported by NUST “MISiS”, 1 June 2014 – 31 October 2014
  • “Investigation of magnetostriction and internal mechanical stresses effect on the domain wall dynamics and magnetic properties of amorphous ferromagnetic glass-coated microwires”, project #14-0231850 supported by Russian Foundation for Basic Research (RFBR), 2014-2015
  • “Investigation of mechanical stress and thermal treatment effect on magnitostriction of ferromagnetic materials with cylindrical symmetry”, mobility grant #13-02-90721 at National University of Science and Technology “MISIS”, under scientific supervision of Prof. Sergey Kaloshkin, supported by Russian Foundation for Basic Research (RFBR), 15 August – 15 November, 2013
  • Individual Member Travel Grant by European Physical Society for participation at Donostia International Conference on Nanoscaled Magnetism and Applications (DICNMA), 9-13 September 2013, Donostia-San Sebastian, Spain

Individual grants of Irina Baraban:

  • 2018 Mobility grant to the National University of Science and Technology «MISIS», Moscow. Supervisor – Prof.Larissa Panina “Investigation of the mechanisms of formation of biphase ferromagnetic microwires based on the FeCo alloy, in which the amorphous and nanocrystalline phases are spatially separated and magnetostatic interaction is possible between them”, The Russian Foundation for Basic Research (RFBR) #17-32-50179.
  • 2018 Travel grant from IEEE Magnetic Society for taking part in IEEE Magnetics Summer School 2018 under supervision of Prof. M. Vazquez 
  • Mobility grant to the Moscow Technical University (MIREA), Science and Education Center “Magnetoelectric materials and devices”, Moscow. Supervisor – Dr.Leonid Fetisov “Preparation and investigation of multiferroic composite structures based on apiezoelectric polymer and magnetostrictive layers with different forms, size and composition”, The Russian Foundation for Basic Research (RFBR) #16-32-50095.
  • Mobility grant to the National Research Center “Kurchatov Institute”, Resource Center of electro physical techniques,  Moscow.Supervisor – Dr. Andrey Emelyan “The production and study of the magnetic properties of a new type of composite systems – partially covered magnetically biphase microwires”, The Russian Foundation for Basic Research (RFBR) #15-32-50822

Individual grants of Alexander Omelyanchik:

  • 2018-2019 «Investigation of the interrelation between the magnetic interaction of ferromagnetic nanoparticles in exchange-coupled multifunctional nanocomposites with different types of magnetic ordering of the ferroelectric component», Russian Foundation for Basic Research 18-32-01016
  • 15 Oct.–15 Dec., 2016„Investigation of the dependence of magnetic properties of the suspension based on iron oxide nanoparticles on the pH – level ”supported by Russian Foundation for Basic Research in the program “Mobility of young scientists” under supervision of PhD Alexander Inyushkin from NRC Kurchatov Institute (Moscow, Russia).