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Alexey Maximenko Alexey Maximenko

Junior scientific researcher of the Laboratory of physics of prospective materials

Education
Belarusian State University, Minsk, Belarus
2011-2014 PhD student, specialization: physics of condensed matter
Belarusian State University, Minsk, Belarus
M.Sc. in physics; major in physics of nanoaglomerates with metalic inclusions (2011)
Dissertation: "Structural-magnetic states and magnetoresistance of iron-containing nanoagglomerates in inert matrixes"
Advisor: PhD Julia Fedotova
Belarusian State University, Minsk, Belarus
Specialist in physics (honours): specialization in energyphysics, qualification: physicist-manager (2010)
Degree work: "The magnetic structure of metal nanogranules and mechanisms of conductivity in the oxidized FeCoZr-Al2O3 nanocomposites"
Advisor: PhD Julia Fedotova
Mogilev regional lycee No 1, Mogilev, Belarus (2005)

Grants / Scholarships 1. Grant from the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Belarus to make research on the topic "Phase-structural composition and properties of periodic nanostructures magnetoresistance Pt,Pd/(Co, Ni)", project leader

2. Grant Narodowego Centrum Nauki 2014/13/N/ST8/00731 "Badanie kotwiczenia magnetycznych scian domenowych w cienkich warstwach FePd oraz Co/Pd nanoszonych na periodycznych nanoporowatych membranach", project leader.

Thesis

2010 - Degree work "The magnetic structure of metal nanogranules and mechanisms of conductivity in the oxidized FeCoZr-Al2O3 nanocomposites"
Advisor: PhD Julia Fedotova
2011 - Master thesis "Structural-magnetic states and magnetoresistance of iron-containing nanoagglomerates in inert matrixes"
Advisor: PhD Julia Fedotova

Employment

  • August 2009-September 2009 - OOO Horus-Energia, Warsaw, Poland (within the framework of international students exchange programs for technical experience)
  • 2010-2014 - engineer in the Laboratory of physics of prospective materials, National Scientific and Educational Center of Particle and High Energy Physics of Belarusian State University (Minsk, Belarus)
  • Since 2015 - junior scientific researcher in the Laboratory of physics of prospective materials, Research Institute for Nuclear Problems of Belarusian State University (Minsk, Belarus)
  • Competencies and interests

    Professional Skills: Electrochemistry, SQUID-magnetometry, X-ray diffraction and reflectometry, atomic force microscopy and magnetic force microscopy, scanning electron microscopy, PVD in an ultrahigh vacuum.
    English: Upper intermediate
    Polish: Upper intermediate
    Russian: Proficiency
    Computer Skills: Delphi, AutoCAD, Photoshop, After Effect, HTML, CorelDRAW

    Recent selected publications

  • Maximenko A., Magnetic characteristics of CoPd and FePd antidot arrays on nanoperforated Al2O3 templates/ A. Maximenko, J. Fedotova, M. Marszalek, A. Zarzycki,
  • Y. Zabila// Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials (2015) (in press) http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j. jmmm.2015.08.057i
  • Maximenko A., CoPd antidot arrays with perpendicular magnetic anisotropy fabricated on TiO2/Si templates / A. Maximenko, J. Fedotova, M. Marszalek, O. Kupreeva, S. Zavadski// Physics, Chemistry and Applications of Nanostructures: Proceedings of International Conference Nanomeeting - 2015, World Scientific, Singapore, 2015. pp.132-135
  • Maximenko A., Antidot arrays of FePd: modification of magnetic properties by successive annealing, A. Maximenko , J. Fedotova, M. Marszalek, Y. Zabila, A. Zarzycki, B.R. Jany, F. Krok// Physics, Chemistry and Applications of Nanostructures: Proceedings of International Conference Nanomeeting - 2015, World Scientific, Singapore, 2015. pp.350-353
  • Maximenko A., Morphology and perpendicular magnetic anisotropy of Co/Pd multilayers fabricated on nanotubular TiO2 templates/ A. Maximenko, M. Marszalek, J. Fedotova, A. Zarzycki, Y. Zabila, O. Kupreeva, S.Lazarouk, J. Kasiuk, S. Zavadsky// Nanotechnology, submitted
  • Bayev V., Magnetic anisotropy in bicomponent self-assembled Ni and Ni-Pd nanowires studied by magnetic resonance spectroscopy/ V.Bayev, E.Streltsov, M. Milosavljevic, M. Malashchonak, A. Maximenko, T. Koltunowicz, P. Zukowski, K. Kierczynski// IEEE Transactions onMagnetics, vol.51, no.10, pp.1-7, 2015 doi: 10.1109/TMAG.2015.2445733
  • Suchanek K., The effect of phase composition of nanotubular TiO2 arrays on the morphology of hydrothermally synthesized hydroxyapatite coatings/ K. Suchanek, M.Hajdyla, A.Maximenko, A.Zarzycki, M. Marszalek, B. R. Jany, F. Krok// Materials Science and Engineering C, submitted
  • KrupinskiM., Magnetic Transition from Antidot to Dot Regime in Large Area Co/Pd Nanopatterned Arrays/ M.Krupinski, A. Zarzycki, A. Szkudlarek, A. Maximenko, M. Giersig, and M. Marszalek// Applied Physics Letters, submitted
  • Fedotova, J. Magnetoresistance in FeCoZr-Al2O3 nanocomposite films containing "metal core-oxide shell" nanogranules / J.Fedotova, J. Przewoznik, Cz. Kapusta, M.Milosavljevic,J.V. Kasiuk, J. Zukrowski, M. Sikora, A.A. Maximenko, D. Szepietowska, K.P. Homewood // J.Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 2011. Vol.44. P. 495001-1 - 495001-12.
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