Research Assistant Professor
Office: ISA 5104
Ph.D. physics, 2005, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow
- Finite-temperature properties of multiferroic materials
- Perovskite superlattices and nanostructures
- Electronic and stability properties of nanotubes and fullerenes
My research interests lie in the area of computational condensed matter physics. More precisely, I develop and/or use first-principles methods to study the dielectric, ferroelectric, piezoelectric, magnetoelectric properties of simple perovskite oxides and their compounds in the form of bulk , thin films and nanodots. Another area of interest is carbon and silicon nanotubes and nanowires.