Projects and grants
Group of studies of structures and magnetoelastic properties
of low-dimensional systems in the region of low temperature phase transitions
Staff of Research Group
Main directions of studies
Structural investigations of magnetics and superconductors
at low temperatures.
Magnetostriction phenomena in magnetics and superconductors
in the region of low temperature phase transitions.
Nanotubes of the transition metals dichalcogenides.
Main principal results, recently obtained
Identification and investigation
of quantum magnetization and magnetostriction oscillations in the mixed
state of superconductors.
the twining structure appearance under formation of the antiferromagnetic
dielectric phase in Nd0.5Sr0.5MnO3
The complex study of the effect of
irradiation by fast electrons on the structural and magnetic properties of 2H-NbSe2.
Obtaining of the reproducible closed
nanoformations of 2H-NbSe2 (nanotubes and nanowires).
Development and construction of the
autonomous compact helium combi-cryostat for X-ray studies in temperature region 10-300 K.
Detection and explanation
of the low-temperature anomalies of thermal expansion in EuBaCuO compounds along the c crystal
axis, substantially below the Debye temperature.
X-rays diffractometer equipped with a low temperature chamber
compatible with originally designed cryostat intended for measurements
in stationary magnetic fields up to 5 T at 10 - 300 K and helium combi
cryostat (bath + continuous flow) for all kinds of X-ray measurements in
temperature region 10 - 300 K (sample in vacuum).
Institute of Physics, PAN (Polish Academy of Sciences)
Advanced Nanotechnology Co. New-York, USA
Iowa State University, USA
Lucent Technology, New-Jersey, USA
Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, USA
Grenoble High Magnetic Field La. France
Laboratory des Tres Bass Temperature, Grenoble, France
Saha Institute Of Nuclear Physics, Calcutta, India
Institute Of solid state and semiconductor Physics, Minsk, Belarus