Andrei Trofimovich Matveev

Education
1981Graduated from Belarussian State University, Belarus, Minsk
1993PhD in Physics and Mathematics (Candidate of Sciences)
Employment
1986-2002:Institute of Solid State Physics and Semiconductors (ISSPS), Minsk, Belarus, from Post-graduate Student to Senior Researcher
2002-2006:Max-Planck Institutes for Solid State Research & Metal Research, Stuttgart, Germany, Visiting Researcher
2006-2010:Lomonosov Moscow State University, Chemistry Department, Institute for New Carbon Materials and Technologies, Moscow, Russia, Principle Researcher
2010-2013:Lomonosov Moscow State University, Chemistry Department, Closed Joint-Stock Company “SuperOx”, Moscow, Russia, Principle Specialist
Since 2013:NITU MISIS, Senior Researcher
Fields of Research Interests

Experimental solid state physics and chemistry; synthesis and characterization of novel inorganic materials with unusual structures and properties;lLow-dimensional micro- and nano- materials: thin films, micro-fibers and whiskers, nano-powders, nano-tubes and nano-fibers.

Participation at Research Projects

“BN nanotubes and graphenes” under the Resolution No.220 of the Government of the Russian Federation of April 9, 2010 , 2014-2015.

Methods Used, Courses
  1. chemical vapor deposition; thermal evaporation and magnetron sputtering systems;
  2. pulsed laser deposition systems;
  3. belt-type high-pressure apparatus;
  4. SQUID magnetometry (Quantum Design);
  5. X-ray diffractometry;
  6. DTA-TG analysis.
Awards Received
  1. Research grant of Science and Technology Agency of Japan, NIRIM, 1995-1996;
  2. Research grant of Center of Excellence NIRIM, Japan, 1996-1998;
  3. Grant of Science and Technology Agency of Japan for Visiting Lecturer, NIRIM, 1999
Publications
  1. Matveev A.T., Faerstein K.L., Shteinman A.E., Kovalskii A.M., Lebedev O.I., Shtansky D.V., and Golberg D. Boron nitride nanotube growth via boron oxide-assisted chemical vapor transport-deposition process using LiNO3 as a promoter. Nano Research (2015) DOI:
  2. Matveev A.T., Golberg D., Novikov V.P., Klimkovich L.L., and Bando Y. Synthesis of carbon nanotubes below room temperature. Carbon 39 (2001) 155-158.
  3. I.M. Afanasov, O.N. Shornikova, V.V. Avdeev, O.I. Lebedev, G. Van Tendeloo and A.T. Matveev. Expanded graphite as a support for Ni/carbon composites. Carbon 47 (2009) 513-518.
  4. Matveev A.T., Albrecht J., Konuma M., Stuhlhofer B., Starke U. and Habermeier H.-U. Highly homogeneous MgB2 films prepared by a new post-annealing process. Supercond. Sci. Technol. 18 (2005) 1313-1316.
  5. Matveev A.T., Albrecht J., Konuma M., Christiane G., Starke U., Schuetz G., and Habermeier H.-U. Synthesis of MgB2 films in Mg vapor flow and their characterization. Supercond. Sci. Technol. 19 (2006) 299-305.
  6. Albrecht J., Matveev A.T., Strempfer J., Habermeier H.-U., Shantsev D.V., Galperin Y. M. and Johansen T. H. Dramatic Role of Critical Current Anisotropy on Flux Avalanches in MgB2 Films. PRL 98, 117001 (2007).
  7. Albrecht J., Matveev A., Djupmyr M., Stuhlhofer B., Habermeier H.-U., Schuetz G. Bending of magnetic avalanches in MgB2 thin films. Appl. Phys. Lett. 87 (2005) 182501.
  8. Matveev A.T., Sader E., Duppel V., Kulakov A., Maljuk A., Lin C.T., Habermeier H.-U. Decomposition of RuSr2GdCu2O8 phase under high-temperature treatment. Physica C 403 (2004) 231-239.