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Vasily Artemov

Senior Research Scientist
Center for Energy Science and Technology

Professor: Henni Ouerdane

2019-current Senior research scientist Center for Energy Science and Technology, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology (Moscow, Russia)
2018 Visiting researcher 1 Physikalisches Institut, Universität Stuttgart (Stuttgart, Germany) 
2018 Visiting researcher University of Leeds (Leeds, UK)
2016-2018 Head of laboratory Prokhorov Institute of General Physics (GPI), Laboratory of intermolecular interactions spectroscopy
2014-2016 PostDoc Lomonosov Moscow State University,
2014 Visiting researcher Experimental Physics V, University of Augsburg (Augsburg, Germany)

 

 

Study of water and aqueous electrolytes for energy applications: Theory and experiments

[1] V.G. Artemov, A unified mechanism for ice and water electrical conductivity from direct current to terahertz, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 21, pp. 8067 – 8072 (2019).
[2] A.A. Volkov, V.G. Artemov, A.A. Volkov, N.N. Sysoev, Possible mechanism of molecular motion in liquid water from dielectric spectroscopy data, J. Mol. Liquids., 248, 564-568 (2017).
[3] V.G. Artemov, Dynamical conductivity of confined water, Meas. Sci. Technol., 28, 014013 (2017).
[4] V.G. Artemov et al., Conductivity of aqueous HCl, NaOH and NaCl solutions: Is water just a substrate?, Eur. Phys. Lett. 109, 26002 (2016).
[5] V.G. Artemov, I.A. Ryzhkin, and V.V. Sinitsyn, Similarity of the Dielectric Relaxation Processes and Transport Characteristics in Water and Ice, JETP Letters, 102, 41 (2015).
[6] A.A. Volkov, V.G. Artemov, A.V. Pronin, A radically new suggestion about the electrodynamics of water: Can the pH index and the Debye relaxation be of a common origin?, Eur. Phys. Lett. 106, 46004 (2014).
[7] V.G. Artemov, A.A. Volkov, Water and Ice Dielectric Spectra Scaling at 0 °C, Ferroelectrics, 466, 158 (2014).

Patents
[1] Artemov V.G. et al., (2015) A quick way for sorption isotherms determination, Russian Patent.
[2] Artemov V.G. et al. (2009): A device for molecular-sorption matter analysis. Russian Patent No 86747
[3] Artemov V.G. (2009): «AquaSoprMeter-09». PC program certificate No 2009613492

2010 Ph.D.in Condensed matter physics Prokhorov Institute of General Physics (GPI), Moscow, Thesis: “Spectroscopy of water molecules during diffusion in nanopores” 
2007 MS (with honors, the top mark), in Applied Math. and Phys. Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT), Thesis: “Diode-laser spectroscopy of water spin isomers”

Alternative and renewable energy, electric power production and storage, dielectrics with high ionic conductivity, ionic transport, condensed matter theory, broadband dielectric spectroscopy, IR spectroscopy, ice and water dielectric properties, fuel cells, transport phenomena in porous media.