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I completed PhD at the Institute of Physics (NASU, Kyiv, Ukraine) in 2008 and before joining the Aston University in 2015 as Marie Curie Fellow contributed several diverse research projects working in Poland, Italy, and UK. Currently, I am a Lecturer in Electronic Engineering and Systems, an academic member of the Aston Institute of Photonic Technologies and the Nanoscience Research Group, all in the School of Engineering and Applied Science.
My scientific background and interests embrace research areas of electronic and photonic device engineering with use of nanotechnology, advanced materials science etc. The areas of expertise include (but not limited to):
My research activity has been focused in scientific pursuing for practical applications with approach to industrial innovations. Specific research interests are focused on: material science, organic electronics and photonics, nanotechnology sensors
Teaching Experience – in physics, electronic engineering, math, instrumentation, etc.
Co-supervised 16 students (BSc, MSc, & PhD programmes) in Aston University, Wrocław University of Science and Technology and, Institute of Physics, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
● Our group welcomes applications from enthusiastic and motivated candidates for PhD studentships and post-doctoral positions. The funding could be from the School or external councils. Good example of potential research funding are the post-doctoral fellowships offered via Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions, but there are others. If you are interested in joining us through this pathway, the earlier you contact us, the better. The schemes are highly competitive, so a well prepared proposal is important for you to succeed, and the preparations usually requires some time...
● The projects can be focused on advanced functional materials and optoelectronic devices, in particular those based on nanomaterials for electronic and photonic applications.
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