Ivan Derbenev

Role
ERC Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Room
A48
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Biography

Dr. Ivan Derbenev obtained his M.Sc in applied mathematics and physics (2006) from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology and Ph.D. in Physics and Mathematics (2013) from Troitsk Institute for Innovation and Fusion Research (TRINITI), Russia. There followed postdoctoral research of complex plasmas in TRINITI. In 2015 he joined the Computational Nanoscience group headed by Elena Besley to develop electrostatic models describing the behaviour and self-assembly of charged particles in ionized media.

Current Research Projects

Research Interests

Selected Publications

  1. Electrostatic interactions between charged dielectric particles in an electrolyte solution.
    Derbenev, I.N., Filippov, A. V., Stace, A. J., and Besley, E.
    Journal of Chemical Physics, 145, 084103 (2016).

  2. Effect of the size of charged spherical macroparticles on their electrostatic interaction in an equilibrium plasma.
    Filippov, A.V. and Derbenev, I.N.
    Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Physics, 123, 1099 (2016).

  3. Dust Particle Charge Screening in the Dry Air Plasma Produced by an External Ionization Source.
    Derbenev, I.N. and Filippov, A.V.
    Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Physics, 121, 340 (2015).

  4. Screening of a charged dust particle within a nonlocal charging theory.
    Derbenev, I.N. and Filippov, A.V.
    Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Physics, 116, 516(2013).

  5. Effect of the shape of the electron energy distribution function on the dust grain charge and its screening in glow discharge plasmas.
    Derbenev, I.N., Dyatko, N.A., and Filippov, A.V.
    Plasma Physics Reports, 38, 244 (2012).

  6. Screening of the dust grain charge in a nonequilibrium plasma with two positive ion species.
    Derbenev, I.N. and Filippov, A.V.
    Plasma Physics Reports, 36, 105 (2010).

  7. Microparticle charge screening in non-equilibrium plasmas with two types of positive ions.
    Filippov, A. V. and Derbenev, I. N.
    Contributions to Plasma Physics, 49, 769 (2009).