Institute for Low Temperature Physics and Engineering of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
Department of Magnetic and Elastic Properties of Solids
Gennadiy E. Grechnev
tel: +(380)-57-3405011, fax: +(380)-57-3403370, e-mail: email@example.com
Projects and grants
Study of the effect of pressure in the magnetic susceptibility of systems with variable valence rare earth elements - cerium, samarium and ytterbium.
Study the magnetic state in magnetically oxides of manganese, cobalt and ruthenium.
Detection of anomalies in the behavior of the magnetic susceptibility of HTSC compounds FeSe(Te) in the normal phase under pressure.
Studies of non-collinear magnetic structures.
Vortex lattice dynamics in type-II superconductors.
Magneto elasticity; phase transitions of different nature in solids.
Precision measurements of the elastic modules of single crystals.
Giant orbital diamagnetism was discovered in metals and compounds, related to topological FS transitions.
Anisotropic magnetic susceptibility of HCP transition metals was calculated ab initio.
Theoretically studied anisotropic magnetic properties of HCP iron in the Earth inner core, and its possible relation to the seismic anisotropy of Earth.
Theoretical investigations of electronic structure, stability, magnetic and electro-chemical properties of potential lithium batteries based on Mn oxides.
Analysis of elastic properties of super hard materials, such as transition metals dioxides and dodecaborides.
The study of nature of strong magnetovolume effects in highly enhanced itinerant paramagnets and weak ferromagnets, based on 3d-elements, rare-earths and actinides.
Theoretical investigations of magnetic properties of new iron-based superconductors LaFeAsO(F) and FeSe(Te).
Detailed calculations of electronic structures, elastic and magnetic properties of rare-earth hexaborides and dodecaborides have been performed.
Identification and investigation of quantum magnetization and magnetostriction oscillations in the mixed state of superconductors.
Revealing of the twining structure appearance under formation of the antiferromagnetic dielectric phase in Nd0.5Sr0.5MnO3 manganite.
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.