Grants

Directed by Dr. Rodionova:

  • 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”, Government assignment №3.4168.2017/ПЧ
  • 2017-2019 “Physics fundamentals for the creation of electromagnetic actuators based on microwires”, Russian Science Foundation №17-12-01569
  • 2013-2016 “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 (No. 3.4168.2017/4.6)

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 Kristina Gritcenko:

  • 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:

  • 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:

  • 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).