I’ve graduated from Nanotechnology faculty of Academic University of Russian Academy of Science and moved to France, where I did my PhD in INSA-Lyon on optics of semiconductor nanowires. Next, I’ve been working in Nomura group on phononic crystals and currently, I am a project associate professor at the University of Tokyo, Institute of Industrial Science. My research is focused on phonon and heat transport in nanostructures. Specifically, I study ballistic thermal transport in nanowires, coherent heat conduction in phononic nanostructures, and heat conduction engineering for thermoelectrics.
PhD in Optics, 2013
MD in Nanostructures and nanotechnology, 2010
Academic University of Russian Academy of Science
BS in Technical Physics, 2008
St. Petersburg Politechnical University
Investigation of ballistic conduction of heat in semiconductor nanowires at different temperatures and length scales.
In this project, I develop a new concept of heat manipulation based on particle properties of phonons"
Theoretical and experimental studies of heat conduction control using pillar-based phononic crystals.