GRAFENIKA [GRAPHENICS]. MOSCOW GUBIN’S SEMINAR
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107996 Moscow, Russian Federation
Kurnakov Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences, http://www.igic.ras.ru
117991 Moscow, Russian Federation
Moscow Seminar "GRAPHENE: MOLECULE AND CRYSTAL (material, physics, chemistry, electronics, photonics, biomedical applications)" under the direction of prof. SP Gubin operates from November 2011. Seminar sessions are held once a month, mainly in the boardroom VNIIAlmaz in Gilyarovskogo str., 65 (metro station “Rizhskaya”). The seminar is supported by LLC "AkKoLab" and the VNIIAlmaz. Programs of seminars are available at http://www.akkolab.ru.
The seminar organizers see it as a discussion platform to discuss new ideas and concepts, review the results and the exchange of experience of researchers in the booming grafenika - an interdisciplinary field of modern science. Anticipated publication of an annual compendium of seminar materials, creating Programs of research in this area with possible access to financing.
The seminar was attended by officials from various scientific institutions of Moscow - Kurnakov Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry RAS, Nesmeyanov Institute of Organoelement Compounds of RAS, Semenov Institute of Chemical Physics RAS, Kotel’nikov Institute of Radio Engineering and Electronics RAS, National Research Centre "Kurchatov Institute", Moscow State University Department of Chemistry, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, National Research Nuclear University “MEPhI”, People's Friendship University of Russia, LLC "AkKoLab", Open Joint Stock Company (JSC) "VNIIALMAZ", LLC "Karbonlayt", JSC NIIgrafit and others, as well as invited members of scientific institutions in Russia, Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) and foreign countries. The audience for each session - about fifty participants. In the four- hour meeting with a break heard and discussed the 3-4 reports, news review and submitted poster presentations.
The journal RENSIT is published semi-annual reports of this seminar: list of reports indicating affiliated authors and submitted abstracts.
, 2013, 5(1):152
ELEVENTH SEMINAR, 14.02.2013
TWELFTH SEMINAR, 28.03.2013
- Kononenko OV (Ph.D., Inst of Microelectr Technol and high purity Materials (IMT) RAS). CVD synthesis of graphene.
- Romanchuk AYu (asp.), Kalmykov SN (prof., Dep. of Chemistry, Lomonosov MSU, Chair of Radiochemistry). Graphene oxide as an effective reagent for the extraction of different radionuclides.
- Prikhodchenko PV (Ph.D., Kurnakov IGIC RAS). Peroxide method to obtain anode materials for lithium-ion batteries based on the reduced graphene oxide and oxides and sulfides of tin and antimony.
- Sheka EF (Dr Sci PhysMath, prof., Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia). Digest of new works on graphene.
THIRTEEN SEMINAR, 25.04.2013
- Dideykin AT (PhD, Ioffe FTI RAS, St. Petersburg). Materials with variable band gap of graphene oxide.
- Tselykovsky AA (Ph.D., NRNU MEPhI). Modeling the current characteristics of graphene field-effect transistors.
- Sheka EF (Dr Sci PhysMath, prof., PFUR). Molecular theory about the pitfalls of the grafenika computing.
Lebedev Physical Institute RAS, Leninsky prosp., 53, Main Building, 3rd floor, Hall of Columns - a joint meeting of the Moscow seminar on Grafenika (headed by SP Gubin ) and Physical Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences Seminar on Nanophotonics and Nanoplasmonics (supervisor VV Klimov).
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- Diachkov PN (Dr Sci. Chem), Zaitsev VA (IGIC RAS). Simulation of quantum conductance in commulene and poliinovy carbine.
- Mironov EP, Baranov AN, Bukreeva TV, Kvacheva LD, Plotnikov GS, Saletsky AM, Chervonobrodov SP (Lomonosov MSU, Department of Physics). Study the behaviour of nanoplates of graphene layers on the interface of the water/air.
- Vysikailo FI (Dr Sci PhysMath, FGBNU TISNUM, Troitsk). Discovery and classification of standing excitons in doped carbon allotropes. Psi-function collapse of free electrons in the formation of Cooper pairs in the V-group atoms, alloying allotropic forms of carbon.