Strumenti Utente

Strumenti Sito


andrey.sidorenko:cv

Education

Ph.D.

April 2000

Physics of magnetic and related phenomena,
Faculty of Physics, Moscow State University (Russia)
Dissertation: The Effects of Crystal Field and Quadrupole Interactions in Rare-Earth Zircons
Adviser: Prof. Natalia P. Kolmakova

M.S.

May 1997

Department of Physics and Mathematics, Bryansk State Pedagogical University (Bryansk, Russia)
Master's Thesis: Energy Level Crossing and Magnetocaloric Effects in the Ytterbium Phosphate in Pulsed Magnetic Fields
Supervisor: Prof. Natalia P. Kolmakova
Graduated with honors

Scientific Employment

  • February 2010 – present

Senior Postdoc. Institute of Solid State Physics, Vienna University of Technology, Vienna, Austria.

Heavy fermion systems, quantum critical phenomena. Magnetism, microwave experiments at low and ultra-low temperatures. Supported by the ERC Advanced Grant “QuantumPuzzle”

  • July 2007 – 2010

Postdoctoral Fellow. Physics Department, University of Parma, Parma, Italy.

Investigation of magnetic properties of metals, half-metals and their interfaces with organic semiconductors by means of NMR measurements and SQUID magnetometry. Supported by the FPVI STREP-OFSPIN project "Organic-Ferromagnetic Hybrid Interfaces for Spintronic Applications"

  • 2004 – 2007

Research Associate. Physics Department, University of Parma, Parma, Italy.

Experimental study of strain effects on the metal-dielectric transition and the metallic phase of the thin magnetic films by NMR and SQUID. Supported by MIUR FIRB 2002-2007 and Regione Emilia Romagna, NanoFaber 2005-2007

  • 2002 – 2004

Fellow. Physics Department, University of Parma, Parma, Italy. Supported by MIUR FIRB 2002-2007

NMR investigation of magnetoelastic polarons, magnetic, orbital and charge ordering in manganites with perovskite structure.

  • 2000 – 2004

Associate Professor. Supporting Academic Department of Physics, Bryansk State Technical University, Bryansk, Russia.

  1. Development of the Jafet-Kittel model by taking into account features of the crystal structure and the hierarchy of exchange interactions in ternary intermetallic compounds containing heavy rare earths.
  2. Theoretical study of peculiarities of the crossover in singlet f-paramagnets caused by spin ordering and hyperfine interactions.
  • 1997 – 2000

PhD student. Supporting Academic Department of Physics, Bryansk State Technical University, Bryansk, Russia.

Theoretical study of effects of the crystal field, quadrupole and hyperfine interactions in rare-earth zircons.
Adviser: Prof. Natalia P. Kolmakova.

  • 1996 – 1997

Student. Department of Physics and Mathematics, Bryansk State University, Bryansk, Russia.

Theoretical investigation of the energy level crossing and magnetocaloric effects in the ytterbium phosphate in the pulsed magnetic fields.
Supervisor: Prof. Natalia P. Kolmakova.

Research Interests

  • Magnetism and magnetic materials, related phenomena;
  • Magnetic quantum phase transition;
  • Crystal-field effects in rare-earth compounds;
  • Nuclear Magnetic Resonance in magnetically ordered systems;
  • Thin magnetic films and superlattices;
  • Spintronics, spintronic materials and devices.

Professional Services

  • Referee of Physical Review Letters;
  • Referee of Physical Review B;
  • Referee of IEEE Transactions on Magnetics.

Teaching Experience

General Physics.

2000 - 2004

Associate Professor. Supporting Academic Department of Physics, Bryansk State Technical University, Bryansk, Russia.

International Schools and Training Courses

September 5 – 14, 2008

Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University in Prague (Czech Republic)

July 2 – 15, 2006

NATO Advanced Study Institute (Catona RC, Calabria, Italy)

October 4 – 15, 2004

International Institute for Advanced Scientific Studies (Vietri sul Mare, Salerno, Italy)

Awards and Fellowships

  • 2006. Grant, NATO-ASI School “Magnetic Nanostructures for Micro-Electromechanical Systems and Spintronic Applications”
  • 2005 – 2006. Postdoctoral fellowship, Physics Department, University of Parma, Parma, Italy.
  • 2004. Accepted participant of “IX Training Course in the Physics of Correlated Electron Systems and High-Tc Superconductors”, International Institute for Advanced Scientific Studies, Vietri sul Mare, Salerno, Italy
  • 2002 – 2004. Postdoctoral fellowship, Physics Department, University of Parma, Parma, Italy.
  • 2001. Individual grant, Project “Young Scientists of Russia”, RSCI.
  • 2001. Travel Fellowship, XI-th Feofilov symposium on spectroscopy of crystals activated by rare earth and transition metal ions, Kazan, Russia.
  • 2001. Young Scientists Research Grant, Russian Foundation for Basic Research.
  • 2000. Soros scholarship for postgraduates, International Soros Science Education Program, Soros Foundations.
  • 2000, 2001. Diploma of participant in “International Scientific and Experimental Seminars on Ultrahigh Magnetic Field 'Kapitsa-IV, V'”. Russian Federal Nuclear Center - All-Russia Scientific Research Institute of Experimental Physics, Sarov, Russia.
  • 1999. Travel Fellowship, The European Conference “Physics of Magnetism”, Poznan, Poland.

Other activities

1998 - 2002

Programmer.

Supporting Academic Department of Physics, Bryansk State Technical University, Bryansk, Russia.
Development of software for numerical computing.

Selected conference presentations (total > 50)

  1. Suppression of magnetic properties of manganite layer in Au/La0.67Sr0.33MnO3 interfaces. Euro-Asian Symposium EASTMAG-2007, Kazan, Russia, August, 2007.
  2. 55Mn NMR and magnetization studies of manganite thin films. International Conference on Quantum Transport, CNR- Bologna, Italy, July, 2005.
  3. Comparison of Mn NMR, μSR and neutron diffraction in LaMnO3. Congresso Nazionale Societa Italiana di Fisica, University of Parma, Italy, September, 2003.
  4. Zeeman effect modification near the crossover in DyPO4 due to quadrupole interactions. XI-th Feofilov symposium on spectroscopy of crystals activated by rare earth and transition metal ions. Kazan State University, Russia, September, 2001.
  5. Magnetic phase transitions in layered intermetallic compounds RMn2Ge2. International Scientific and Experimental Seminars on Ultrahigh Magnetic Field “Kapitsa-IV”. The Russian Federal Nuclear Center, All-Russia Scientific Research Institute of Experimental Physics, Russia, October, 2000.
  6. Energy level interaction and magnetocaloric effect at high magnetic fields in rare-earth zircons. The International Conference of Undergraduates and Postgraduates in Fundamental Sciences 'Lomonosov-99'. Moscow State University, Moscow, April 1999.

Main Skills

  • High level of numerical and analytical skills, including in the use of computer (knowledge of methods of mathematical physics and numerical computation);
  • High level of programming and modelling of physical systems;
  • Extensive experience in analysis/interpretation of experimental data;
  • Ability to plan work and identify research goals;
  • Good communication skills, both spoken and written (including teaching experience);
  • Ability to collaborate openly and to work in multi-disciplinary research teams;
  • Sensitivity to new ideas;
  • Extensive experience in Linux and Windows.

Languages

  • Russian – native;
  • English – fluent;
  • Italian – good;
  • German – poor.

Measurements

  • Pulsed Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (see here);
  • SQUID magnetometry (Quantum Design - MPMS and Cryogenics - S600X, S700X; ultra-low temperature (mK range) and high-pressure measurements);
  • Some experience in μSR (GPS spectrometer at PSI);
  • low temperature measurement techniques.

Programming languages

  • Fortran;
  • Python;
  • some experience in C++.

Other

  • Mathcad;
  • Maple, etc

List of Publications

/var/www/html/dokuwiki/data/pages/andrey.sidorenko/cv.txt · Ultima modifica: Y/m/d H:i da