Sergey Kosolobov

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Sergey Kosolobov

Leading Research Scientist
Center for Photonics and Quantum Materials
Professor: Vladimir Drachev

Sergey earned his Bachelor’s and Master`s degrees in Physics from Novosibirsk State University in 1999 and 2001, respectively. His research focused on the experimental investigations of the silicon surface morphology transformations during thermal etching with molecular oxygen. In 2002, Sergey was a visiting researcher at the University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany where he investigated the impact of gold adsorption at silicon surfaces by means of Low Energy and Photoemission Electron Microscopy. He received his Candidate of Sciences degree in Condensed Matter Physics at the A.V. Rzhanov Institute of Semiconductor Physics, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (ISP SBRAS), in 2009. In his thesis “The Structure and Morphology of Si(111) Surface during Oxygen and Gold Adsorption” he investigated the structural and morphological transformations of the atomically clean crystalline silicon surfaces during high temperature oxygen treatments and submonolayer gold deposition.

Applied optics and photonics

Nanofabrication and characterization of nanostructured optical and photonic materials with application to biomedicine and optical interconnects

S.S. Kosolobov, A.V. Latyshev: Step Bunching on Silicon Surface Under Electromigration. Nanophenomena at Surfaces. Springer Series in Surface Sciences, 2011, Volume 47, 239-258,01/2011: pages 239-258; , ISBN: 978-3-642-16509-2.

V. Latyshev, S. S. Kosolobov, D. A. Nasimov, V. N. Savenko, A. L. Aseev: Atomic Steps on a Single-Crystal Surface Studied With in Situ Uhv Reflection-Electron Microscopy. Atomistic Aspects of Epitaxial Growth Volume 65 of the series NATO Science Series pp 281-299, 2002; ISBN: 978-1-4020-0675-3.

A.V. Latyshev, D.A.Nasimov, V.N.Savenko, S.S.Kosolobov, A.L.Aseev: In situ REM studies of a Si(111) stepped surface during gold adsorption and oxygen treatments. Inst. Phys. Conf. Ser., №169 (2001) р.153-163. ISBN: 0-7503-0818-4.

Vladimir Chistyayev, Alexander Ezhov, Andrey Vedyanin, Andrey Ivanov, Sergey Kosolobov, Andrey Lagarkov, Maksim Shcherbakov, Andrey Sarychev and Alexander Vaskin. Optics Express 24, 7, 7133-7150, (2016). Extraordinary optical reflectance in stripe-shaped dielectric metamaterial.

V.V. Kaichev, D. Teschner, A.A. Saraev, S.S. Kosolobov, A.Yu. Gladky, I.P. Prosvirin, N.A. Rudina, A.B. Ayupov, R. Blume, M. Hävecker, A. Knop-Gericke, R. Schlögl, A.V. Latyshev, V.I. Bukhtiyarov. Journal of Catalysis 334, 23–33, (2016). Evolution of self-sustained kinetic oscillations in the catalytic oxidation of propane over a nickel foil.

S.V. Sitnikov, A.V. Latyshev, S.S. Kosolobov. Fizika i Tekhnika Poluprovodnikov 50, 5, 607–611, (2016). Atomic step on ultra-flat Si(111) surface at sublimation.

A.A. Saraev, S.S. Kosolobov, V.V. Kaichev, V.I. Bukhtiyarov. Kinetics and Catalysis 56, 5, 598–604, (2015). Origin of Temperature Oscillations of Nickel Catalyst Occurring in Methane Oxidation.

Aleksey Rebrov, Aleksey Emelyanov, Sergey Kosolobov and Ivan Yudin. Physica Status Solidi C 12, 7, 931–933, (2015). Diamond crystals deposited from interacting jets.

S. Sitnikov, S. Kosolobov, A. Latyshev. Surface Science 633, L1-L5, (2015). Attachment–detachment limited kinetics on ultra-flat Si(111) surface under etching with molecular oxygen at elevated temperatures.

N.S. Filippov, N.V. Vandysheva, M.A. Parashchenko, S.S. Kosolobov, O.I. Semenova, R.O. Anarbaev, D.V. Pyshnyi, I.A. Pyshnaya and S.I. Romanov. Semiconductors 48, 7, 967–973, (2014). Electrophoretic deposition of CdS colloidal nanoparticles onto an amorphous silicon membrane.

A.A. Shklyaev, K.N. Romanyuk, S.S. Kosolobov: Surface Science. 625, 50-56, (2014). Surface morphology of Ge layers epitaxially grown on bare and oxidized Si(001) and Si(111) substrates.

E.V. Dmitrienko, R.D. Bulushev, K. Haupt, S.S. Kosolobov, A.V. Latyshev, I.A. Pyshnaya, D.V. Pyshnyi: Journal of Molecular Recognition 08/2013; 26(8):368-75. A simple approach to prepare molecularly imprinted polymers from nylon-6.

D. I. Rogilo, L. I. Fedina, S. S. Kosolobov, B. S. Ranguelov, A.V. Latyshev: Critical Terrace Width for Two-Dimensional Nucleation during Si Growth on Si(111)-(7×7) Surface.. Physical Review Letters 07/2013; 111(3):036105.

D. V. Sheglov, S. S. Kosolobov, L. I. Fedina, E. E. Rodyakina, A. K. Gutakovskii, S. V. Sitnikov, A. S. Kozhukhov, S. A. Zagarskikh, V. V. Kopytov, V. I. Evgrafov, G. V. Shuvalov, V. F. Matveichuk, A. V. Latyshev: High-precision nanoscale length measurement. Nanotechnologies in Russia 04/2013; 8(7-8):518–531.

A. A. Shevyrin, A. G. Pogosov, M. V. Budantsev, A. K. Bakarov, A. I. Toropov, S. V. Ishutkin, E. V. Shesterikov, A. S. Kozhukhov, S. S. Kosolobov, T. A. Gavrilova: The role of Euler buckling instability in the fabrication of nanoelectromechanical systems on the basis of GaAs/AlGaAs heterostructures. Applied Physics Letters 12/2012; 101:241916.

V. M. Sonin, A. A. Chepurov, D. V. Shcheglov, S. S. Kosolobov, A. M. Logvinova, A. I. Chepurov, A. V. Latyshev, N. V. Sobolev: Study of the surface of natural diamonds by the method of atomic force microscopy. Doklady Earth Sciences 07/2012; 447(2):1314-1316.

A. I. Chepurov, V. M. Sonin, A. A. Chepurov, E. I. Zhimulev, S. S. Kosolobov, N. V. Sobolev: Diamond interaction with ultradispersed particles of iron in a hydrogene environment: Surface micromorphology. Doklady Earth Sciences 07/2012; 447(1):1284-1287.

A. G. Milekhin, N. A. Yeryukov, L. L. Sveshnikova, T. A. Duda, E. I. Zenkevich, S. S. Kosolobov, A. V. Latyshev, C. Himcinski, N. V. Surovtsev, S. V. Adichtchev, Zhe Chuan Feng, Chia Cheng Wu, Dong Sing Wuu, D R T Zahn: Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering of Light by ZnO Nanostructures (vol 113, pg 983, 2011). Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Physics 01/2012; 114(1):182.

A. G. Milekhin, N. A. Yeryukov, L. L. Sveshnikova, T. A. Duda, E. I. Zenkevich, S. S. Kosolobov, A. V. Latyshev, C. Himcinski, N. V. Surovtsev, S. V. Adichtchev, Zhe Chuan Feng, Chia Cheng Wu, Dong Sing Wuu, D. R. T. Zahn: Erratum: Erratum to:. Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Physics 01/2012; 114(1):182-182.

Alexander G Milekhin, Nikolay A Yeryukov, Larisa L Sveshnikova, Tatyana A Duda, Sergey S Kosolobov, Alexander V Latyshev, Nikolay V Surovtsev, Sergey V Adichtchev, Cameliu Himcinschi, Eduard I Zenkevich, Wen-Bin Jian, Dietrich R T Zahn: Raman Scattering for Probing Semiconductor Nanocrystal Arrays with a Low Areal Density. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 01/2012; 116(32):17164-17168.

A G Milekhin, N A Yeryukov, L L Sveshnikova, T A Duda, E I Zenkevich, S S Kosolobov, A V Latyshev, C Himcinski, N V Surovtsev, S V Adichtchev, Zhe Chuan Feng, Chia Cheng Wu, Dong Sing Wuu, D R T Zahn: Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering of Light by ZnO Nanostructures. Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Physics 12/2011; 113(6):983-991.

E. E. Rodyakina, S. S. Kosolobov, A. V. Latyshev: Drift of adatoms on the (111) silicon surface under electromigration conditions. JETP Letters 01/2011; 94:147-151.

L I Fedina, D V Sheglov, S S Kosolobov, A K Gutakovskii, A V Latyshev: Precise surface measurements at the nanoscale. Measurement Science and Technology 03/2010; 21(5):054004.

A. K. Rebrov, A. I. Safonov, N. I. Timoshenko, V. A. Varnek, I. M. Oglezneva, S. S. Kosolobov: Gas-jet synthesis of silver-polymer films. Journal of Applied Mechanics and Technical Physics 01/2010; 51(4):598-603.

L. I. Fedina, D. V. Sheglov, A. K. Gutakovskii, S. S. Kosolobov, A. V. Latyshev: Precise measurements of nanostructure parameters. Optoelectronics Instrumentation and Data Processing 01/2010; 46(4):301-311.

S. S. Kosolobov, A. V. Latyshev: Atomic steps on the Si(111) surface during submonolayer gold adsorption. Bulletin of the Russian Academy of Sciences Physics 01/2008; 72(2):176-180.

S. S. Kosolobov, Se Ahn Song, E. E. Rodyakina, A. V. Latyshev: Initial stages of gold adsorption on silicon stepped surface at elevated temperatures. Semiconductors 01/2007; 41(4):448-452.

A. L. Aseev, S. S. Kosolobov, A. V. Latyshev, Se Ahn Song, A. A. Saranin, A. V. Zotov, V. G. Lifshits: In situ REM and ex situ SPM studies of silicon (111) surface. Physica Status Solidi (A) Applications and Materials 08/2005; 202(12):2344 – 2354.

S. S. Kosolobov, S. A. Song, L. I. Fedina, A. K. Gutakovskii, A. V. Latyshev: Instability of the distribution of atomic steps on Si(111) upon submonolayer gold adsorption at high temperatures. JETP Letters 01/2005; 81(3):117-121.

D.V. Sheglov, S.S. Kosolobov, E.E. Rodyakina, A.V. Latyshev: Applications of atomic force microscopy in epitaxial nanotechnology. Microscopy and Analysis. 01/2005; 19(5):9.

A. V. Latyshev, S. S. Kosolobov, D. A. Nasimov, V. N. Savenko, A. L. Aseev: Atomic steps on the single crystal surface during epitaxy, sublimation and gas reaction.. Journal of the Japanese Association of Crystal Growth. 01/2002; 29(1):39-43.

S. S. Kosolobov, A. L. Aseev, A. V. Latyshev: In situ study of the interaction of oxygen with the Si(111) surface by ultrahigh-vacuum reflection electron microscopy. Semiconductors 08/2001; 35(9):1038-1044.

While much of Sergey’s recent work has been devoted to the investigations of the atomic processes governing the formation of the atomically clean silicon surface morphology during sublimation, homo- and heteroepitaxial growth, gas reactions and metal deposition, his investigations also have found an application in a broad range of multidisciplinary studies including earth and life sciences, catalysis, thermophysics and optics. Sergey is a highly qualified microscopist and material scientist, who has obviously mastered different experimental techniques including ultrahigh vacuum reflection electron microscopy (UHV REM), low energy electron microscopy (LEEM), scanning probe (SPM) and electron microscopy (SEM), focused ion beam (FIB) and electron beam nanolithography (EBL). Some of his recent results on the creation of atomically smooth and flat silicon surfaces have found an application in the field of optical interferometry and metrology.