Functional Materials Technology Group
Optical Nanocharacterization Group
Inverse Materials Design Group
Next-Generation Energy Systems Group
Biophotonic Applications Group
Solar Energy Conversion Group
Oxide Single Crystals Group
A3B5 Compound Semiconductors Group
Functional Materials Laboratory
Oxide Single Crystals Laboratory
Materials Characterization Laboratory
III-V Compound Semiconductors Laboratory
Ensemble3 sp. z o.o.
133 Wólczyńska St.
The Oxide Crystals group led by prof. Oleg Sidletskiy provides synthesis and characterization of novel oxide materials for scintillation and/or laser applications, and develops innovative growth technologies to reduce crystal production cost and to facilitate technology transfer into industry.
Following the ENSEMBLE³ priorities, Oxide crystal group is focused on 2 areas:
Prof. Sidletskiy has got his PhD Degree in Physics of Molecular and Liquid Crystals in Institute for Single Crystals NAS of Ukraine in 2004, Dr. Eng. (dr. hab.) Degree in Materials Science in 2018, and professor degree in 2020 in Institute for Scintillation materials NAS of Ukraine. His basic research interests include chemistry, physics and technology of crystal growth, development of scintillation materials.
Recent papers by the group:
1. L.Jia, J. Zhu, Y. Boyaryntseva, I. Gersymov, B. Grynyov, O. Sidletskiy, Effect of Carbon Doping on F-Type Defects in YAG and YAG:Ce Crystals, Phys. Status Solidi B 2021, 2100325. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/pssb.202100325
2. Gorbenko, V.; Witkiewicz-Łukaszek, S.; Zorenko, T.; Syrotych, Y.; Mares, J.A.; Kucerkova, R.; Nikl, M.; Sidletskiy, O.; Fedorov, A.; Zorenko, Y. Development of Composite Scintillators Based on the LuAG: Pr Single Crystalline Films and LuAG:Sc Single Crystals. Crystals 2021, 11, 846. https://doi.org/10.3390/cryst11080846
Ph.D. from Anna University, Chennai, TN, India.
Research Interest: Multiferroic, Piezoelectric materials, Topological Insulators, Structural Refinement, Crystal Growth, Synthesis, and Characterisation of Advanced Ceramics.