Dr. Vasily Lavrentiev, PhD


29.01.1956, Voronezh Region, Russia


Education and specialization:

1978: Physical-Technical Faculty, Voronezh Polytechnical Institute, Voronezh, Russia

Specialization – solid state physics


1984: PhD in Leningrad Polytechnical Institute, Leningrad (St. Petersburg), Russia


Work experience:

1980 – 1984: Physics Department, Voronezh Technological Institute, Voronezh, Russia

1985-1990: Physics Department, Industrial Institute, Kramatorsk, Ukraine

1990-2000: Institute of Applied Physics ANU, Sumy, Ukraine

1991-1997: Sumy State University, Sumy, Ukraine

1998-2000: Institute of Physics, Augsburg University, Augsburg, Germany

2000-2005: Advanced Science Research Center, Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute, Takasaki, Japan

2006-present: Nuclear Physics Institute ASCR, Rez, Czech Republic


Research interests:

  1. Structure organizations in metal-fullerene nanocompositions for creation of the functional nanostructures;
  2. Atomic structure and electronic properties of silicon quantum dots created by the energetic monomer- and cluster ion implantation;
  3. ultra-small metal nanoparticles on insulating surface fabricated by fluxes of the neutral atoms and by the ion beams.

Some recent publication: 

  1. V. Lavrentiev, J. Vacik, V. Vorlicek, V. Vosicek: Raman scattering in silicon disordered by gold ion implantation // Phys. Status Solidi B 247 (2010) 2022-2026.

  2. J. Vacik , V. Lavrentiev, K. Novotna, L. Bacakova, V. Lisa, V. Vorlicek, R. Fajgar, Fullerene (C60)–transitional metal (Ti) composites: Structural and biological properties of the thin films // Diamond Rel. Mater. 19 (2010) 242–246.

  3. V. Lavrentiev, J. Vacik, H. Naramoto, Thermal Effect on Structure Organization in Cobalt-Fullerene Nanocomposition // J. Nanoscience Nanothechnology 10 (2010) 2624–2629.

  4. J. Vacik, V. Lavrentiev, V. Hnatowicz, V. Vorlicek, S. Yamamoto, H. Stadler, Spontaneous partitioning of the Ni+C60 thin film grown at RT // J. Alloys Compounds 483 (2009) 374-377;

  5. V. Lavrentiev, J. Vacik, H. Naramoto, K. Narumi, Fullerene nanostructure design with cluster ion impacts // J. Alloys Compounds 483 (2009) 479-483.

  6. V. Lavrentiev, J. Vacik, H. Naramoto, Polymerization of solid C60 under C60+ cluster ion bombardment, Appl. Phys. A  95 (2009) 867-873.

  7. V. Lavrentiev, J. Vacik, H. Naramoto, S. Sakai. Self-assembling hybrid nanoparticles during simultaneous deposition of Co and C60 on sapphire // J. Nanoscience Nanothechnology 9 (2009) 4305-4310.

  8. V. Lavrentiev, J. Vacik, H. Naramoto, Structural phenomena in glassy carbon induced by cobalt ion implantation // Appl. Phys. A 92 (2008) 673-680.
  9.   S. Sakai, H. Naramoto, P.V. Avramov, T. Yaita, V. Lavrentiev, K. Narumi, Y. Baba, Y. Maeda. Comparative study of structures and electrical properties in cobalt-fullerene mixtures by systematic changes of cobalt content // Thin Solids Films 515 (2007) 7758-7764.
  10. P. Avramov, H. Naramoto, S. Sakai, K. Narumi, V. Lavrentiev, Y. Maeda. Quantum Chemical Study of Atomic Evolution of Cox/C60(x2.8) Composites // J. Phys. Chem. A 111 (2007) 2299-2306.
  11. S. Sakai, K. Yakushiji, S. Mitani, K. Takanashi, H. Naramoto, P. Avramov, K. Narumi, V. Lavrentiev, Y. Maeda. Magnetic and Magnetotransport Properties in Nanogranular Co/C60-Co Film with High Magnetoresistence // Material Transactions 48 (2007) 754-758.
  12. S. Sakai, K. Yakushiji, S. Mitani, K. Takanashi, H. Naramoto, P. Avramov, K. Narumi, V. Lavrentiev, Y. Maeda. Tunnel magnetoresistance in Co nanoparticle/Co-C60 compound hybrid system // Appl. Phys. Lett. 89 (2006) 113118.
  13. V. Lavrentiev, H. Naramoto, K. Narumi, S. Sakai, P. Avramov. Planar doping of crystalline fullerene with cobalt // Chem. Phys. Lett. 423 (2006) 366-370.
  14. V. Lavrentiev, Hi. Naramoto, K. Narumi, S. Sakai. Polymeric chains in C60 and Co mixture // Chem. Phys. Lett. 424 (2006) 101-104.
  15. S. Sakai, H. Naramoto, V. Lavrentiev, K. Narumi, M. Maekawa, A. Kawasuso, T. Yaita, Y. Baba. “Polymer in Co-C60 Compound Phase Evolved in Atomistically Mixed Thin Films // Materials Transactions 46 (2005) 765-768.