|Name||Dr. Anton Kiriy|
|Place of Birth, Date||Sumy, Ukraine, October 28, 1965|
|From June 2002-present||Group-leader in Department of Nanostructured Materials, Leibniz IPF Dresden, (Synthesis and application of conjugated (semiconducting) polymers; nanostructured polymer materials: chemistry and physics; polymer nanotechnologies; single molecules study, polymer templates, nanodevices)|
|2001- 2002||Visiting Scientist in Leibniz IPF Dresden (single molecules study)|
|1998-2001||Researcher in Department of Organic Chemistry, Kiev Polytechnic Institute, Ukraine (PhD-thesis - synthetic organic chemistry, computational chemistry)|
|1993-1998||Researcher in Chempostach Company, Kiev, Ukraine (Synthetic organic chemistry)|
|1991-1993||Researcher in Department of Organic Chemistry, Kiev Polytechnic Institute, Kiev, Ukraine (Synthetic organic chemistry)|
|1998-2001||Candidate of Science (Ph.D.) (Organic Chemistry), Department of Organic Chemistry, Kiev Polytechnic Institute, Kiev, Ukraine, 12.12.2000 PhD Thesis Topic: Novel reaction of methylsulfinil carbanion with ketones.|
|1982-1988||Diploma Engineer, Chemical Engineering, Kiev Polytechnic Institute, Ukraine|
REFEREEING FOR JOURNALSAngewandte Chemie; Journal of the American Chemical Society; Macromolecules; Nano Letters, Chemistry of Materials, Langmuir; Journal of Physical Chemistry B and C; Macromolecular Rapid Communications; Macromolecular Bioscience, Advanced Materials, Advanced Functional Materials, Organometallics.
AWARDSInnovationspreis 2009 Leibniz Institute of Polymer Research Dresden for the work Molecule-Based Nanodevices from Functional Single Polymer Molecules
- Nanoscale electronic devices via templating supramolecular polyelectrolytes (DFG & ESF EUROCORE SONS program) Prof. Manfred Stamm & Dr. Anton Kiriy (Collaboration with Dr, Christoph Detrembleur and Prof. Robert Jerome; Liege, Belgium) and Dr. Siegmar Roth (Stuttgart, Germany)).
- Polyelectrolytes conformation and phase transitions: AFM, neutron, light scattering, and computer simulation studies DFG Prof. Manfred Stamm & Dr. Anton Kiriy (collaboration with Prof. Klaus Huber, Paderborn and Prof. Hartmut Löwen, Dusseldorf).
- Conductive Polymer Brushes: New electro- and photo-active molecular architecture DFG Prof. Manfred Stamm & Dr. Anton Kiriy (collaboration with Prof. Dr. Karl Leo & Dr. Martin Pfeiffer, TU Dresden)
- Synthesis, surface analysis and film-forming behaviour of semiconducting molecules with self-assembling properties (DFG SFB 287 B1) Prof. Manfred Stamm & Dr. Anton Kiriy (Collaboration with Prof. Hans-Jürgen Adler).
- Tuning adhesion by surface modification with mixed polymer brushes DFG-CNRS Prof. Manfred Stamm & Dr. Anton Kiriy (Collaboration with Dr. Costantino Creton, France).
- Coatings with inverse switching behaviour. DFG Priority Program 1259 Intelligente Hydrogele. Prof. Manfred Stamm & Dr. Anton Kiriy Start date: 2006.
- Living conjugated polymers: a new approach in engineering of complex materials for needs of organic electronics (DFG, KI-1094/3-1)
- Control of the nanoscale morphology of bulk heterojunction solar cells via chemical assembly of conjugated polymers on nanoparticle support (DFG, SPP 1355: Elementary Process of Organic Photovoltaic, KI-1094/4-1, KI-1094/4-2)
- Industrial project (Novaled) 2011-
PUBLICATIONS85 articles in peer-reviewed journals and 2 patents; h-index 24; 1744 citations (ICI Web of knowledge, state for November 2013)
- nanostructured conjugated polymers: synthesis and applications
- surface chemistry, colloidal chemistry
- atomic force microscopy and single molecule studies
- nanoscience, nanodevices and their electrical characterizations
TEACHING ACTIVITYPhD students supervised at IPF:
- Ganna Gorodyska (2001-2005) (Prof. Stamm)
- Vera Bocharova (2004-2008) (Prof. Stamm)
- Natalya Khanduyeva (2005-2009) (Prof. Stamm)
- Prashant Sinha (2006-2009) (Prof. Stamm)
- Konstantin Demidenok (2006-2010) (Prof. Stamm)
- Boyko Ksenia (2007-2011) (Prof. Stamm)
- Eugen Karpov (2013-) (Prof. Stamm)
- Gözde Öktem (2013-) (Prof. Jordan)
- Tim Erdmann (2013-) Prof. (Voit)
- Francisca Fisher (2013-) (Prof. Stamm, Prof. Mertig)