Plyusnin Nikolay Inokentevich

Dr.Sc. (Phys.-Math.)
chief scientific employee

Nikolai Inokentyevich Plyusnin is currently the chief research officer and the head of the physics sector of quantum-dimensional heterostructures. He was the dean of the Faculty of Informatics, Innovation and Business Systems at the Vladivostok State University of Economics and Service (VSUES), a professor at VSUES and the Far Eastern Technical University. Has an academic title of associate professor of the Russian Academy of Sciences. He holds a doctorate in physical and mathematical sciences in the field of semiconductor and solid state physics. His official scientific profile is the scientific management of R & D. Current scientific interests of N.I. Plyusnin include thin-film nanotechnology and nanomaterials for electronic engineering with an emphasis on spintronics, nanoplasmonics and nanomagnetoplasmics. The special scientific direction of NI Plyusnin is the electronic and scanning surface probing for the investigation of MBE growth of ultrathin films and their interfaces. Under his scientific guidance several candidate dissertations are defended. He published more than 120 articles in scientific journals (of which more than 35 indexed SCI) and more than 10 patents. His research was supported by the Ministry of Education and Science, the Academy of Sciences and the Government of the Russian Federation. In 2001, he received a scientific scholarship at the Institute for Physics of Microstructures (Halle, Germany) and in 2003 was a visiting professor at the Institute of Advanced Technology and Materials of Tohoku University (Sendai, Japan). He was awarded with the Certificate of Honor of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the award of the Governor of the Primorsky Territory "For scientific achievements". He is a member of the Advisory Board of the International e-Journal of Surface Science and Nanotechnology.

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