Micro- and Nanosensors Laboratory

Laboratory research areas
  • study of new functional materials based on modified anodic aluminum oxide
  • development of functional elements and systems for micro-nanoelectronics, optoelectronics and micromechanics
  • development of design options for physical and chemical sensors that operate on various physical principles
  • development of micro- and micro-optoelectromechanical systems (MEMS and MOEMS)
  • development and research of various functional micro- and nanodevices for biotechnology and filtration and separation systems
  • Zhvavyǐ, S.P. Simulation of the melting and crystallization processes in monocrystalline silicon exposed to nanosecond laser radiation // Technical Physics. 2000. Vol.45. No.8. P.1014-1018.
  • Zhvavyi S.P., Zykov L. Simulation of dynamics of phase transitions in CdTe by pulsed laser irradiation // Appl. Surf. Sci. – 2006. – Vol.253. No.2. – P.586-591.
  • Mukhurov, N.I., Zhvavyi, S.P., Terekhov, S.N., Panarin, A.Yu., Kotova, I.F., Pershukevich, P.P., Khodasevich, I.A., Gasenkova, I.V., Orlovich, V.A. Influence of electrolyte composition on photoluminescent properties of anodic aluminum oxide // Journal of Applied Spectroscopy. – 2008. – Vol.75, No.2. – P. 214-218.
  • Zhvavyi S.P., Zykov G.L. Simulation of composition modification in ZnSe by nanosecond radiation of excimer laser // Appl. Surf. Sci. – 2008. Vol.254. – P 6504-6508.
  • Mukhurov N.I., Zhvavyi S. P., Gasenkova I. V., Terekhov S. N., Pershukevich P. P., Orlovich V. A. Photoluminescence of F-centers in films of anodic alumina //Journal of Applied Spectroscopy. – 2010. – Vol.77, No.4. – P.549-555.
  • Terekhov S.N., Mojzes P., Kachan S.M., Mukhurov N.I., Zhvavyi S.P., Panarin A.Yu., Khodasevich I.A., Orlovich V.A., Thorel A., Grillon F., Turpin P.-Y. A comparative study of surface-enhanced Raman scattering from silver-coated anodic aluminum oxide and porous silicon // Journal of Raman Spectroscopy. – – Vol.42, Issue1. – P.12–20.
  • Gasenkova I.V., Mazurenko N.I., Ostapenko E.V. Chemical composition and surface morphology of anodic alumina determined by electron microscopy and thermogravimetry // J. Surf. Inv. X-ray, Synchr. Neutr. Techn. –2011. – №5. – P.1005-1010.
  • Gasenkova I.V., Mukhurov N.I., Zhvavyi S.P. Photoluminescence properties of anodic alumina. // Chapter In Book: Photoluminescence: Applications, Types And Efficacy. Editor(s): Merle A. Case and Bradford C. Stout. Nova Science Publishers, Inc. (400 Oser Avenue, Suite 1600 Hauppauge, NY 11788 USA) – P.195-225.
  • Gasenkova I.V., Ostapenko E.V. Effect of annealing on the phase composition and morphology of Al2O3 formed in a complex electrolyte // J. Surf. Inv. X-ray, Synchr. Neutr. Techn. 2013. – №7. – P.536-541.
  • Gasenkova I.V., Ostapenko E.V., Mazurenko N.I. Optical properties of anodic aluminum oxide produced in a complex electrolyte, Surf. Inv. X-ray, Synchr. Neutr. Techn. 2014. – Vol.8, №4. – P.636-640.
  • Mukhurov N.I., Gasenkova I.V., Andruhovich I.M. Ordered growth of anodic aluminum in galvanostatic and galvanostatic-potentiostatic mode // Journal of Materials Science and Nanotechnology. – 2014. – Vol.1, No1. – 6p.
  • I.V. Gasenkova, N.I. Mukhurov, S.P. Zhvavyi, E.E. Kolesnik, А.P. Stupak. Photoluminescent properties of nanoporous anodic alumina doped with manganese ions // Journal of Luminescence. –  2017. – Vol.185. – P. 298-305.

Head of Laboratory
Prof. Nikolai MUKHUROV
phone +375-17-2423230