Dr. Sergey RashkeevPrincipal Investigator | Theory, Modeling, and Simulation
Structural and electronic properties of solids, point and extended defects, surfaces and interfaces, chemical physics, catalysis, computational chemistry, computational materials science, device physics, mesoscopic physics, nuclear reactors and fuels, superconductivity, nonlinear dynamics, nonlinear optics, photonics, photovoltaics, solar cell devices, ferroelectrics.
- (Undergraduate studies on) Applied Physics from Moscow Institute of Physics & Technology (MIPT), Moscow, Russian Federation. 1981
- Master’s Degree on Applied Physics from Moscow Institute of Physics & Technology (MIPT), Moscow, Russian Federation. 1982
- PhD on Theoretical Physics from Moscow Institute of Physics & Technology (MIPT), Moscow, Russian Federation. 1986
After his PhD, Dr. Sergey worked as a staff scientist at P. N. Lebedev Physical Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow, Russia). Since then, he was a Max Planck Scholar at Max-Planck-Institute for Solid State Physics (Stuttgart, Germany) and Visiting Scholar of the Swedish Royal Academy of Sciences at Chalmers University of Technology (Goteborg, Sweden). After moving to the United States in 1995, Rashkeev worked at two Universities (Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio) and Vanderbilt University (Nashville, Tennessee) as research professor of physics before he became a senior scientist at Idaho National Laboratory (INL), US Department of Energy, in 2006. In addition to that, he performed regular work as a reviewer and panelist for the National Science Foundation, he was a consultant for several US and Canadian industrial companies and advisory board member for two large research centers organized by the Department of Energy. Dr. Sergey has authored or co-authored of ~140+ articles in peer-review research journals, 12 invited book chapters, 12 review articles; 3 US Patent publications and had 70+ invited talks at national and international conferences.
- Directorate Fellow Award, Idaho National Laboratory, Idaho Falls, Idaho, USA (2008-2014)
- Adjunct Professor of Physics, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee, USA (2006-2010)
- Guest Research Scientist Award, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA (2004-2006)
- Meritorious Paper Award for the 2002 IEEE Nuclear and Space Radiation Effects Conference (2002)
- The Max Planck Fellowship Award at the Max Planck Institute for Solid State Physics,Stuttgart, Germany (1990-1991)
- Sergey N. Rashkeev and Michael V. Glazoff. Control of Oxygen Delamination in Solid Oxide Electrolyzer Cells via Modifying Operational Regime. Applied Physics Letters 99, 173506 (2011)
- Maija M. Kuklja and Sergey N. Rashkeev. Self-accelerated mechanochemically in nitroarenes. The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 1, 363-367 (2010)
- S.Wang, A.Y.Borisevich, S.N.Rashkeev, M.V.Glazoff, K.Sohlberg, S.J.Pennycook, and S.T.Pantelides. Dopants adsorbed as single atoms prevent degradation of catalysts. Nature Materials 3, 143-146 (2004)
- S.N.Rashkeev, D.M.Fleetwood, R.D.Schrimpf, and S.T.Pantelides. Defect Generation by Hydrogen at the Si-SiO2 Interface. Physical Review Letters 87, 165506 (2001)