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Conferences

  1. NIP 25 and Digital Fabrication. Luisville, (KY), USA, Sept. 20-25, 2009. 
    L. Schein, A. Tyutnev, D. Weiss. Progress towards understanding the charge transport hopping mechanism in molecularly doped polymers.
  2. 9th International Frumkin Symposium. Moscow, Russia, Oct. 25-29, 2010
    A.P. Tyutnev, R.Sh. Ikhsanov, V.S. SaenkoE.D. Pozhidaev. Dispersive transport  in molecularly doped polymers: theory and experiment.
  3. NIP 27 and Digital Fabrication. Minneapolis (Minn.), USA, Oct. 2-6, 2011. 
    L.B. Schein, D.S. Weiss, D.H. Dunlap, A.P. Tyutnev, P.E. Parris.Two-layer multiple trapping model for charge transport hopping mechanism in molecularly doped polymers.
  4. 12th International Conference: Electronic and Related Properties of Organic Systems. Vilnius, Lithuania, July 11-13, 2011. 
    A.P. Tyutnev, R.Sh. Ikhsanov, V.S. SaenkoE.D. Pozhidaev. On the true meaning of the flat plateaus on the time-of-flight curves in molecularly doped polymers.
  5. International Conference TIDS-14: Transport in interacting disordered systems. Acre, Israel, Sept. 5-8, 2011. 
    R.Sh. Ikhsanov, A.P. TyutnevV.S. SaenkoE.D. Pozhidaev. Effects of charged centers on the time-of-flight curves in molecularly doped polymers.
  6. International Conference on Simulation of Organic Electronics and Photovoltaics. Oliva (Valencia), Spain, June 10-14, 2012.
    R.Sh. Ikhsanov, A.R. Tameev, A.P. Tyutnev, S.V. Novikov, A.V. Vannikov, N.A. Korolev. Multiple trapping model as a tool for simulation of the charge carrier transport in organic electronic devices
  7. International Conference on Coherent and Nonlinear Optics (ICONO)/Conference on Lasers, Applications, and Technologies (LAT). Moscow, Russia, June 18-22, 2013 
    V.R. Nikitenko, N.A. Korolev, A.P. Tyutnev. Monte-Carlo study of geminate recombination kinetics in polymers with traps.
  8. 5th International Conference on Adaptive Science and Technology ICAST 2013, CSIR International Convention Centre, Pretoria, 25-27 November 2013
  9. V.M. ChetverikovV.S. SaenkoA.P. Tyutnev Relative permittivity of the dielectric composite with small doping of conductive nanoparticles.
  10. Saenko V.S.Tyutnev A.P., Novikov L.S. Radiation induced conductivity of polycarbonate doped with different concentrations of aromatic hydrazone DEH. The 40th  COSPAR Scientific Assembly, 2 – 10 August 2014, Moscow, Russia
  11. Andrey TyutnevVladimir SaenkoEvgenii Pozhidaev, Renat Ikhsanov Experimental and theoretical studies of radiation-induced conductivity in spacecraft polymers Spacecraft Charging and Technology Conference, 23-27 June 2014, Pasadena, California
  12. Vladimir Saenko,  Andrey Tyutnev, Evgenii Nikolskii, Anton Bakutov Protection of the "Spectr-R" Spacecraft against Effects of the on-board ESD using “Satellite-MIEM” computer code. Spacecraft Charging and Technology Conference, 23-27 June 2014, Pasadena, California
  13. Vladimir Saenko, External and Internal Spacecraft Charging Effects and Mitigation Techniques. Russia’s Approach, 14th Spacecraft Charging Tecnology Conference, 04-08 April 2016, ESA-ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands
  14. Vladimir SaenkoAndrey TyutnevAndrey Abrameshin, Gleb Belik, Computer Simulations and Experimental Verification of the Nanoconductivity Concept for the Spacecraft Electronics, 14th Spacecraft Charging Tecnology Conference, 04-08 April 2016, ESA-ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands
  15. Andrey TyutnevVladimir SaenkoEvgenii Pozhidaev, Frequency Factor of the Semiempirical Model for the Radiation-Induced Conductivity in Spacecraft Polymers, 14th Spacecraft Charging Tecnology Conference, 04-08 April 2016, ESA-ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands
  16. Kagan M.Yu., Electron Polaron Effect and inhomogeneous distributions of spin and charge in strongly correlated electron sistems,  International Conference on Ultra Low Temperature Physics ULT 2017: Frontiers of Low Temperature Physics, 17-21 August 2017, The Germany

 


 

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