Areas of Interest and Specialization:
Bioinspired nanomaterials: Physics and applications. Peptide nanostructures and amyloid fibrils. Visible Bioorganic Peptides Nanodots. Physical properties of peptide nanostructures: Linear and nonlinear Optics; Photoluminescence effects; Optical waveguiding and peptide integrated optics; Piezoelectric phenomenon. Applications for bioorganic memory, flexible displays, and implantable biomedical devices based on peptide nanostructures.
Academic and Professional Activities:
- Co-Founder (together with Prof. S. Litsyn and Dr. D. Myersdorf) and Chief Scientist of a Start-up Company "StoreDot LTD" (April 2013)
- He was a Supervisor of 20 Ph.D. students
- He has published more than 200 peer reviewed scientific papers and more than 80 conference papers and special seminars.
- He is a reviewer for International Journals: "Nature Materials", "Nano-Letters", "Advanced Materials", "Journal of American Chemical Society", "Journal of Applied Physics", "Applied Physics Letters", "Journal of American Ceramics Society", "Physical Review", "Nanotechnology", "Surface Science", and more.
- Bioorganic nanodots and bionanotechnology, physical properties and applications of bioinspired peptide nanostructured materials (peptide nanodots) for bionanophotonics, nanobiolasers, peptide integrated optics, implantable biomedical chips and new peptide-based bio-memory
- Electron-induced surface modification of materials, charged-induced wettability effect and application for microfludics, printing technology, and nanomaterials. Modified biomaterials for biocells adhesion and tissue engineering.
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