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Metal Oxide and Polymer-Composite Thermoelectrics

Professor Alexander A. Vasiliev

Project target

To reach the project target the following tasks will be addressed:

·         Synthesis of rare earth cobaltite and compound metal oxides;    

·         Synthesis of selenide oxides and antimonide oxides;

·         Research of structural, magnetic, transportation and thermal properties of both original and alloyed materials with various oxygen stoichiometry;

·         Alloying and oxygen stoichiometry control will be used to optimize transportation properties.

Уникальность проекта

Project objectives

The project target is synthesis and study of new metal oxide compounds and polymer matrix composites with wide potential for practical applications in alternative energy sources.

Uniqueness project

New materials are the basis of advanced technologies. They open new perspectives in preservation and energy efficiency, communications, nuclear and space research.

International Conference on applied mineralogy and promising materials. Italy, 2015

29th European  Crystallographic Congress. Croatia, 2015


Polyacrylonitrile based FeCo/C nanocomposite (№ 2013144861).

Partnership and cooperation

1.     Lomonosov Moscow State University, Chemical Department, synthesis and characterization of new inorganic compounds.

2.     Yeltsin Ural Federal University, Yekaterinburg, fundamental research of electron energy structure of new materials.

3.     South Federal University, Rostov-on-Don, synthesis of new quasi-two-dimensional magnetic materials.

4.     P.N. Lebedev Physical Institute, Moscow, synthesis of new superconductors.

5.     Lobachevsky State University of Nizhni Novgorod, Nizhni Novgorod, synthesis of new materials

6.     Zavoisky Physical-Technical Institute (ZPhTI) of the Kazan, study of new materials by nuclear magnetic resonance method.

7.     Bose National Centre of Fundamental Studies, Kolkata, India, studies of compound bismuth and ferrum selenide oxides.  

8.      National Institute for Materials Science, Japan, modelling noncollinear magnetic structures.

9.     National Chiao Tung University, Hsinchu, Taiwan, synchrotron study of magnetic materials and superconductors.

10.  National HP Research Laboratory, Shanghai, China, study of magnetic materials and superconductors thermos dynamic properties.

11.  St Andrews University, Scotland, synthesis of new magnetic compounds

12.   Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan, electronic microscopy of new superconducting materials.

13.  Verkin Institute for Low Temperature Physics and Engineering, Kharkov, Ukraine, ferrum-based superconductors study.

14.  University of South Carolina, USA, first-principles computations of exchange interactions.

15.  University of Heidelberg, Germany, studies of radio-frequency electronic paramagnetic resonance.

16.  Drexel University, Philadelphia, USA, studies of superconducting materials by electron microscopy method.

17.  Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research, Dresden, Germany, studies of kinetic properties of magnetic and superconducting materials.

18.  Geology Agency of Czech Republic, Prague, Czech Republic, new materials research.

19.  University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany, fundamental research of low dimensional compounds magnetism.


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