Lecturers 2019-2020

We are glad to announce that at the initiative of the Laboratory of Novel Magnetic Materials with support of the REC Fundamental and applied photonics. Nanophotonics. (headed by Dr. Ilya G. Samusev), and the X-ray Optics Laboratory (headed by Dr. Anatoly Snigirev) from Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University (IKBFU) with help of the collaborators from all over the world the master program with three novel interdisciplinary directions was developed and open. We thank the financial support of 5 top 100 Russian Academic Excellence Project at the IKBFU

The master program (Master of Science) entitled “Functional nanomaterials and advanced technologies” is open for all students with a Bachelor of Science degree (physics, chemistry, engineering, material sciences, cell biology or related programs). State-of-the-art experimental and theoretical methodologies of nanotechnology and applications of nanomaterials are learned by master students. All courses are taught in English. Based on previous academic specialization, students are choosing their master modules, and the subject of their MSc project.

During the educational 2019-2020 years our master students have met many interesting scientists. Specialists in their topics were invited to give lectures for Master Program “Functional Nanomaterials”. We express our appreciation to all of the Lecturers for the informative and interesting lectures and seminars. It has been a pleasure to work with you, and we look forward to collaborate with you in future educational endeavors.

Dr. Christina Gritsenko
Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, Kaliningrad, Russia - “Selected Chapters in Condensed Matter Physics”
Dr. Andrey Zyubin,
Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, Kaliningrad, Russia - “Selected Chapters in Optics and Photonics”
Prof. Claudio Sangregorio
Italian National Council for Research, Institute for the Chemistry of OrganoMetallic Compounds(Iccom-Cnr), Florence, Italy - “Selected Сhapters in Nanotechnology”
Dr. Vladimir Sivakov
Group „Silicon Nanostructures“ Leader Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology Jena, Germany - "Selected Chapters in Nanotechnology"
Prof. Goran Karapetrov
Department of Physics and Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Drexel University, Philadelphia, USA - "Selected Chapters in Nanotechnology" - «Advanced Nanomaterials Science»
Dr. Michail Vereshagin
Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, Kaliningrad, Russia - “Modern computational Techniques”
Dr. Valeria Rodionova
Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, Kaliningrad, Russia “Advanced Scientific Methods. Experiment”
Prof., Dr. Sergey Leble
Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, Kaliningrad, Russia - “Advanced Scientific Methods. Theory”
Prof. Montserrat Rivas
University of Oviedo, Dept. of Physics, Gijón Polytechnic School, Gijón, Spain – «Scientific Communication, Presentation and Business Skills»

Module 1. “Biomedical applications”

Dr. Sergei Golishev
Lomonosov MSU, Moscow, Russia - “Microscopy: method of micro- and nanoscale visualization”
Prof., Dr. Davide Peddis
Università Di Genova, Genova, Italy - “Physical Chemistry of Nanoparticles”
Dr. Mariia Efremova
Lomonosov MSU, Moscow, Russia - “Physical Chemistry of Nanoparticles”
Dr. Kateryna Levada
Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, Kaliningrad, Russia - “Selected Chapters of Biology and Chemistry”
Dr. Mathias Barthneck
RWTH, Aachen, Germany - “Nanomaterials and biological systems. Bionanotechnologies”
Dr. Sci. Biol, PhD, Svetlana Zamorina Institute of Ecology and Genetics of Microorganisms, Perm, Russia - "Nanomaterials and Biological Systems. Bionanotechnologies»

Module 2. Optics and Photonics

Dr. Petr Ershov
Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, Kaliningrad, Russia - “X-ray Optics”
Dr. Igor Alexeenko
Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, Kaliningrad, Russia - “Laser Physics” and “Holography and Image Processing”

During the second year of the MSc program, students will perform a research work in theory or experiment, join the research teams of IKBFU and finish their education by defense of the Master’s project.

And in September of the 2020 year, we have met a new group of Master students who would like to work in interdisciplinary research and develop their professional skills in “Functional Nanomaterials”. We hope that the new educational year will bring for our master students a lot of new interesting and inspiring meetings and lecturers!

Dear Master Students, we look forward to your scientific future and trust that your participation in our research activities will be rewarding both for you and the research group as a whole.