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Igor Pavlovich Raevski 

Senior researcher

Research Institute of Physics

Professor

Faculty of Physics

Member

Dissertation Council 212.208.05

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Degree: Doctor of Sciences

Personal page in Russian:
https://sfedu.ru/person/ipraevskiy
Personal page in English:
https://sfedu.ru/en/person/ipraevskiy

Research interests:

Ferroelectrics-semiconductors, ferroelectrics-relaxors, multiferroics, multifunctional materials

Research projects:

Projects implemented or completed under the supervision of prof Raevski IP

RFBR Grant No 14-02-90438 Ucr_a Synthesis and studies of novel single phase Fe-containing oxide magnetoelectrics with near-room-temperature multiferroic phase (2014-2015)

RFBR Grant No 14-02-90024 Bel_а New solid solutions based on ternary iron-containing perovskites- multiferroics: high-pressure synthesis and studies of physical properties (2014-2015)

RFBR Grant No 13-03-00869_а Studies of the possibility of control the magnetic properties of complex iron-containing perovskite multiferroics by mechanoactivation (2013-2015)

RFBR Grant No 12-02-90019-Bel_а. High pressure synthesis of novel multiferroics on the base of complex perovskites and study of their properties.(2012-2013)

RFBR Grant No 11-02-90428-Ucr_а. Synthesis and studies of solid solutions of multiferroics- relaxors ferroelectrics to designing multifunctional magnetoelectric materials of new generation (2011-2012)

RFBR Grant No 09-02-92672_Ind_а. Novell multifunctional (magnetic, electric, and semiconductive) effects in solid solutions of ternary magnetic perovskites (2009-2010)

RFBR Grant No 08-02-92006 NNS_a Synthesis, characterization and theoretical prediction of environmentally benigh (AA')(BB')O3 multifunctional ferroelectric materials (A,A'=Na,K,Li, Bi,Ba,Sr; B,B'= Nb, Ta, Sb,Fe, Ti) (2008-2010)

RFBR Grant No 07-02-12165-ofi Studies of giant field-induced pyroelectric and piezoelectric activity of mono- and polycrystalline relaxors aimed to design the new types of high-sensitive pyroelectric and piezoelectric transducers (2007-2008)

RFBR Grant No 05-02-90568 NNS_a Comparative studies of diffused phase transitions in lead-containing relaxors and environmentally friendly lead-free perovskite solid solutions derived from antiferroelectics (2005-2007)

RFBR Grant No  05-03-32214-а Studies of crystallochemical regularities of the relaxor- like properties formation in solid solutions of lead-free perovskite antiferroelectrics (2005-2007)

Teaching:

  • Methods for measuring mechanical, thermal and electrophysical characteristics of materials
    Discipline is intended for students of the Faculty of Chemistry, studying in the direction 04.03.02 - Chemistry, Physics and Mechanics of Materials
  • Physics
    Discipline is intended for students of the Faculty of Chemistry, studying in the direction 04.05.01 - Fundamental Chemistry
  • Smart materials
    Discipline is intended for masterstudents of the Faculty of Physics, studying in the direction 44. 04. 01

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