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Dr. Kartamyshev Andrey

Postdoc of Division of Computational Physics

H-Index (Scopus): 6; Citations (Scopus): > 108

Advisor: Assoc. Prof. Nguyen Truong Khang


 

1. EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

  • Engineer, Nanomaterials, Belgorod State University, Belgorod, Russian Federation, 2012
  • Ph.D., Condensed matter physics, Belgorod State University, Belgorod, Russian Federation, 2016

​​​​​​2. WORKING HISTORY

  • From 9/2008 to 12/2017: Researcher, The Center of Nanostructured Materials and Nanotechnology, Belgorod State University, Russian Federation
  • From 2/2018 to 7/2019: Member (part-time researcher), Division of Computational Physics, Institute for Computational Science, Ton Duc Thang University, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
  • From 7/2019 to now: Postdoc researcher, Division of Computational Physics, Institute for Computational Science, Ton Duc Thang University, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

3. RESEARCH  INTERESTS

  • Computational simulation of nanostructured materials
  • Condensed matter physics
  • Molecular dynamics

4. RESEARCH  PROJECTS

[2]. Development of a universal model of interatomic interactions in systems of metallic and covalent bonds for computer design of new materials with given properties based on molecular dynamics and testing model, for example, the system of vanadium-Iron-Titanium, National project in the field of scientific activity, from 01/2014 to 01/2017 (Completed)

[1]. Investigation of the interaction of light element impurities with grain boundaries and vacancies in the HCP titanium by computer simulation at the atomic level, National project in the field of scientific activity, from 01/2012 to 01/2014 (Completed)

5. PUBLICATIONS

  • Journals:

[9]. A.I. Kartamyshev*, D.O. Poletaev, A.G. Lipnitskii, The influence of lattice vibrations and electronic free energy on phase stability of titanium silicides and Si solubility in hcp titanium: A DFT study, Calphad: Computer Coupling of Phase Diagrams and Thermochemistry, 65: 194-203, (2019) (SCI)

[8]. Kartamyshev A.I.*, Lipnitskii, A.G., Saveliev V.N., Maksimenko V.N., Nelasov I.V., Poletaev, D.O., Development of an interatomic potential for titanium with high predictive accuracy of thermal properties up to melting point, Computational Materials Science, 160: 30-41, (2019) (SCI)

[7]. Nelasov I.V., Lipnitskii A.G., Kartamyshev A.I., Maksimenko V.N., Kolobov Yu.R., Molecular-dynamics simulation of the α-Ti plastic deformation under conditions of high-energy effects, AIP Conference Proceedings, 2053: 030047, (2018)

[6]. Boev A.O., Aksyonov D.A., Kartamyshev A.I., Maksimenko V. N., Nelasov I.V., Lipnitskii A.G., Interaction of Ti and Cr atoms with point defects in bcc vanadium: A DFT study, Journal of Nuclear Materials, 492: 14–21, (2017) (SCI)

[5]. Boev A.O., Nelasov I.V., Maksimenko V. N., Lipnitskii A.G., Saveliev V.N., Kartamyshev A.I., Molecular Dynamics Simulations of the Excess Vacancy Evolution in V and V-4Ti, Defect Diffusion Forum, 375: 153–166, (2017)

[4]. Kartamyshev A.I., Boev A.O., Maksimenko V.N., Nelasov I.V., Saveliev V.N., Lipnitskii A.G., Many-body interatomic potentials in Ti-V system with angular dependence for molecular dynamics simulations, Belgorod State University Scientific Bulletin Mathematics & Physics, 20(241): 117-128, (2016)

[3]. Andrey I. Kartamyshev, Dat Duy Vo, Alexey G. Lipnitskii, The interaction between light impurities and vacancies in titanium and aluminum metals: A DFT study, St. Petersburg Polytechnical University Journal: Physics and Mathematics, 2: 96-102, (2016)

[2]. Poletaev D.O., Lipnitskii A.G., Kartamyshev A.I., Aksyonov D.A., Tkachev E.S., Manokhin S.S., Ivanov M.B., Kolobov Yu.R., Ab initio-based prediction and TEM study of silicide precipitation in titanium, Computational Materials Science, 95: 456–463, (2014) (SCI)

[1]. Lipnitskii A.G., Maradudin D.N., Kartamyshev A.I., Nelasov I.V., Negative energy of Cu/Nb interface, Belgorod State University Scientific Bulletin Mathematics & Physics, 11(130): 160-167, (2012)

  • Conferences:

[1] Kartamyshev A.I., Boev A.O. The formation energies and concentrations of point defect complexes in dilute solid solutions of titanium in vanadium based on classical potentials and the associate model, XXIII International Conference of Students, Postgraduates and Young Scientists in Fundamental Sciences “Lomonosov-2016”. Section “Physics”, Russian Federation, 2016

6. AWARDS

[1]. 3rd degree diploma for the victory in the open competition of scientific works within the framework of the All-Russian Youth Scientific Conference with international participation "Innovations in Materials Science", Baikov Institute of Metallurgy and Materials Science, RAS, 2013

[2]. 1rd degree diploma for the victory in an open competition of young scientists for the best scientific work presented in the framework of the Second All-Russian Youth Scientific and Technical Conference with international participation "Innovations in Materials Science", Baikov Institute of Metallurgy and Materials Science, RAS, 2015