Vladimir V. Pan’kov

Academic degree, academic title, position:
Doctor of Chemistry Sciences, Professor, Head of the Department of Physical Chemistry of the Belarusian State University, Minsk, Republic of Belarus.

Scientific specialty in accordance with Sc. D. Diploma:
02.00.01 – Inorganic Chemistry

Key biography data:
1950 – date of birth
1972 – graduated from the Faculty of Chemistry, Belarusian State University
1978 – defense of candidate thesis in chemistry sciences
1999 – defense of doctoral thesis in chemistry sciences

Field of research interests:
Solution of fundamental problems of synthesis and directed regulation of the functional properties of oxide multicomponent magnetic materials, including nanostructures; calculation methods for predicting the composition of nanodispersed phases with a maximum magnetization on the basis of data on the distribution of magnetic ions over different crystallographic positions and the exchange interaction between them, taking into account the magnitudes of the magnetic moments of electron spins; development of materials for the manufacture of electronic products in chip design; physicochemistry of the processes occurring during the synthesis of inorganic materials at the nanoscale level.

Number of published papers:
More than 440, 12 patents

The most significant papers:

  1. Structure and magnetic properties of the nanocomposites gamma-Fe2O3-SiO2. RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF GENERAL CHEMISTRY. 2010. V. 80. Iss. 10. P. 1908-1912. Co-authors: Ivanovskaya M. I., Kotikov D. A., et al.
  2. Influence of powder surface area on the magnetoelectric effect in barium lead zirconate titanate/nickel ferrite composite ceramics. INORGANIC MATERIALS. 2012. V. 48.  Iss. 1. P. 87-92. Co-authors: Laletin V. M.
  3. Laser assisted synthesis, structural and magnetic characterization of gadolinium germano-silicide nanoparticles in liquid. Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology. 2016. V. 16(7). P. 7451-7460. Co-authors: Tarasenka N., Butsen A., Tarasenko N.
  4. Impact of Oxygen Deficiency on the Electrochemical Performance of K2NiF4-Type (La1−x Srx)2NiO4−Δ Oxygen Electrodes. ChemSusChem. 2017. V. 10(3). P. 600-611. Co-authors: Kravchenko E., Zakharchuk K., Viskup A., et al.
  5. Mossbauer Study of Superconductors LaFeO0.88F0.12As. JOURNAL OF SUPERCONDUCTIVITY AND NOVEL MAGNETISM. 2015. V. 28. Iss. 9. P. 2657-2662. Co-authors: Alduschenkov A. V., Geraschenko O. V., Kholmetskii A. L., et al.
  6. NMR Relaxation Efficiency of Aqueous Solutions of Composite MgxZnyFe3−x−yO4 Nanoparticles. Applied Magnetic Resonance. 2017. V. 48(7). P. 715-722. Co-authors: Bogachev Y.V., Nikitina, A.V., Kostina A.A., et al.
  7. Laser assisted preparation of doped ZnO nanocrystals. Nano-Structures and Nano-Objects. 2017. V. 12. P. 210-219. Co-authors: Tarasenka N., Butsen A., Mariotti D., Tarasenko N.
  8. Structural, magnetic and hyperfine characterization of ZnxFe3–xO4 nanoparticles prepared by sol-gel approach via inorganic precursors. Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids. 2018. V. 114 P. 64-70. Co-authors: Kotsikau D., Petrova E., Filimonov D., et al.
  9. Synergetic effect of polyethylene glycol-grafted chitosan and bovine serum albumin on colloidal stability of polyelectrolyte nanocapsules. Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects. 2018. V. 539. P. 69-79. Co-authors: Shutava T.G., Livanovich K.S.

The number of qualified candidates and doctors of science:
4 candidates of sciences

Delivered courses:
Physical and colloid chemistry; Physico-chemical foundations of the synthesis of functional inorganic materials; Introduction to Physical Chemistry.

Organizational and social work:

  • 1980-81 – trained at the Institute of Chemistry and Physics Maria and Pierre Curie (Paris, France).
  • 1997-1998 – worked as a visiting professor at the Polytechnic University (Grenoble, France)
  • Repeatedly since 1981 – conducted research and teaching at the Massachusetts University (USA), the Institute of Physics (Grenoble, France), the Institute of Metal Physics (Krakow, Poland), the Crystallography Laboratory and the Magnetism Laboratory of the National Center for Scientific Research (France), in the institutions of Germany and the Czech Republic.
  • Participated in international grants for programs INTAS, NATO, ISTC.
  • 2010-2014 – received projects in the ERASMUS MUNDUS program (University of Bordeaux, Humboldt University, Berlin, Polytechnic University of Turin, Institute of Condensed Material Chemistry, France), NATO CLG program. Neelä Grenoble, ISTC program, grants of the Institute of Chemistry of Condensed Materials (France), the Institute. Neel (Grenoble, France).


  • Awarded with the diplomas of the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Belarus
  • Member of the Council for the Defense of Dissertations at the ION of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, and is a member of the editorial boards of the journals "Hydrogen Universal" (Moscow).



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