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At the beginning of July, 6 members of REC «Smart Materials and Biomedical Applications» took part in the XXIV International Conference «New in Magnetism and Magnetic Materials» (https://lomonosov-msu.ru/rus/event/6546/ ). The conference was held online from 1th to 8th of July.
Master student Valeria Kolesnikova gave an oral talk «Micromagnetic structure and magnetic properties of ferromagnetic microwires». Master student Valery Savin presented results of his research «Investigation of accelerated motion of domain wall in a bistable ferromagnetic microwire 1st». Prof. S. B. Leble gave also an oral talk «Influence of microwire inhomogeneities on a head-to-head domain wall dynamics 2nd». PhD student Kirill Sobolev presented his work «Investigation of magnetic properties of MAX-phases in (Cr1-xMnx)2AlC system before and after sample purification via the chemical etching». PhD student Alyona Litvinova gave an oral talk on her research “Investigation of magnetostriction properties of amorphous ferromagnetic microwires in a glass shell”. In the section «Biomagnetism», bachelor student Zoya Grigorieva spoke about a new technique for diagnosing Crohn’s disease using ferromagnetic nanoparticles.
Date and place of birth; Nationality: 27.May.1980 in Sverdlovsk; Russian
ORCID-ID: 0000-0001-5700-7009, full list of publications on webpage:
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.) Assoc. Professor at the Faculty of Physics, University of Vienna
.) Deputy Head of the research platform MMM Mathematics-Magnetism-Materials, University of Vienna
.) Assoc. Professor at Ural Federal University, www.urfu.ru
b) HIGHER EDUCATION:
1997 – 2001 Studies of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics at the Ural Federal University
Bachelor thesis Density functional theory for bidisperse ferrofluid. Diploma with distinction.
2001 – 2003 Studies of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics at the Ural Federal University
Master thesis Microstructural properties of ferrofluid. Diploma with distinction.
2003 – 2004 Ph.D.-student in Physics of Magnetism at Ural State University/Moscow State University
Ph.D. thesis Chain aggregates in polydisperse magnetic fluids.
May. 2011 Habilitation to Privatdozent in Physics, Ural Federal University
July. 2015 Habilitation in Physics, University of Vienna
Thesis Bridging Scales in Dipolar Soft Matter
May. 2019 Habilitation to Professor in Physics, Ural Federal University
Languages : Russian (native), English (fluent), German (fluent), Italian (fluent), French (intermediate)
2000 – 2009 Postdoctoral fellow, Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Mainz, Germany;
Researcher, lecture, senior researcher, associate professor, Ural State University, Ekaterinburg, Russia;
2009 – 2012 Humboldt Fellow at the Institute for Computational Physics, Stuttgart, Germany;
2012 – 2013 Senior researcher, University of Rome “La Sapienza”, Italy.
2013 – 2016 Senior researcher, START-Project Leader, University of Vienna, Austria.
2016 – 2017 Tenure track Associate professor, University of Vienna, Austria
2011 – present time Associate Professor
Institute of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Department of Theoretical Physics, Ural Federal University, Russia.
2017 – present time Associate Professor
Faculty of Physics, Computational Physics, University of Vienna, Austria.
2019 – present time Vice-president of Wolfgang-Pauli-Institute/University of Vienna, Austria.
d) RESEARCH FIELDS: Magnetic Soft Matter (magnetic fluids, magnetic gels, capped magnetic colloids, anisotropic magnetic particles, Janus particles), Charged Colloids (ionic liquids, polyelectrolytes), Self-Assembly in Nanostructured Soft Matter Systems, Active Matter; Coarse-grained Molecular Dynamics and Monte Carlo simulations + Classical Density functional Theory + Mean field theories for (dynamic) magnetic response.
Professor Des Mapps is Professor Emeritus at the University of Plymouth, UK. As of April 2021, he has published 163 papers in International research journals, 13 patents, and 77 major reports for the industry. He has presented 128 papers in international research conferences across the world and 70 papers at other national events, mainly in the UK. He has supervised 27 PhDs. He specializes in magnetic sensors, magnetic computer memories, nanotechnology, and bio-magnetism. He has been External Examiner for MSc courses and PhDs in many UK Universities. He is a nominator for the Japan Prize.
Polina Khapaeva is the director for the development of SCAMT Institute (ITMO University, Saint Petersburg, Russia).
She has received a specialist degree in the economy at the Northern (Arctic) Federal University and a BSc degree in circumpolar studies at the University of the Arctic.
After more than 5 years in the HR sphere and Youth work, in 2017 she joined the SCAMT team for leading HR, PR, events, and international activities.
Since 2019 she is teaching Public speaking and presentation skills in the frame of the International Research Management Essentials course. She is also a trainer of the European pool of trainers AEGEE-Academy.
María del Puerto Morales is Professor at the Institute of Material Science in Madrid (ICMM/CSIC), Spain since 2018. She got her degree in Chemistry by the University of Salamanca and her PhD in Material Science from the Madrid Autonomous University in 1993. From 1994 to 1996, she worked as a postdoctoral fellow at the School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Systems in the University of Wales (UK).
She has authored several book chapters (12), patents (5) and more than 260 articles (h=60, >14.500 citations) and has been the principal investigator from the CSIC in two European-funded research projects in the 7FP (Multifun and NanoMag) and now, she is CSIC IP in MSCA-RISE-2020, NESTOR (2021-2024) and is participating in the FET-OPEN, HOTZYMES 2019-2021.
Her research activities are focused on the area of nanotechnology, in particular in the synthesis and characterization of magnetic nanoparticles, including the mechanism of particle formation, surface modification and its performance in biomedical applications such as biomolecule separation, NMR imaging, drug delivery and hyperthermia, and also in catalysis and environmental remediation.
Francesco Pineider received his PhD in Chemistry from the University of Florence in 2009 with a thesis on the properties of single molecule magnet monolayers over gold surfaces under the supervision of Prof. Roberta Sessoli. He spent his post-doc years between the University of Florence and the University of Padua/CNR working in the emerging field of magnetoplasmonics, the interaction between magnetic materials with plasmonic nanostructures.
Francesco has been awarded with several early career awards, among which the European Award for Doctoral Thesis on Molecular Magnetism (2010) from the European Institute of Molecular Magnetism for his PhD thesis work and the NEST award for Nanoscience (2014) from Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa for his work on magnetoplasmonics.
He is currently asociate professor at the Department of Chemistry and Industrial Chemistry at the University of Pisa.
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List of Topics/Key words
---Magnetic materials for biomedical applicationsManipulation of nanoparticles. TweezersHyperthermiaDrug deliveryMRIMagnetic particle imagingMicrofluidics + NPsLab-on-a-chipBio-sensorsSimulation MethodsRare earth-free permanent magnets and applicationsCaloric and multicaloric materialsPhase transitions and magnetic materialsMultiphase and composites materialsMagnetostrictive and magnetoelastic materials
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