Institute of Molecular Nanophotonics was founded by the Order of the Rector of the Buketov Karaganda State University № 363 from 21.04.2008 for the development of fundamental and applied research in the field of nanotechnology, condensed matter physics and chemical physics.
– dynamics of electronic excitations in nanostructured media;
– photoinduced processes of electron transfer in the “semiconductor-dye” system;
– magnetic spin effects on photoprocesses in molecular systems;
– nanoplasmonics: properties and applications;
– nanocomposite materials for photovoltaics and optical technologies;
– functional optical elements for quantum electronics and sensors;
– preparation and studying of graphene nanostructures for practical applications;
– quantum-chemical modeling of electronic properties of hybrid materials.
Main publications for the last 5 years:
1. Ibrayev N.Kh., Aimukhanov A. K. Influence of plasmon resonance in silver nanoparticles on the properties of stimulated emission of 1,3,5,7,8-pentamethyl-2,6-diethylpyrromethene-difluoroborate molecules in film of porous aluminum oxide // Optics & Laser Technology. – 2019. – Vol. 115. – P. 246-250.
2. Ibrayev N., Seliverstova E., Afanasyev D., Nurmakhanova A., Davydenko, I. Davydenko N. Features of deactivation of excited states of cationic polymethine dye in the matrices of halogen-containing derivatives of poly-N-epoxypropyl carbazole // Journal of Luminescence. – 2018. – Vol. 124. – P. 349-357.
3. Moniruddin Md., Ilyassov B., Zhao X., Smith E., Serikov T., Ibrayev N., Asmatulu R., Nuraje N. Recent progress on perovskite materials in photovoltaic and water splitting applications // Materials Today Energy. – 2018. – Vol. 7. – P. 246-259.
4. Ibrayev N.Kh., Seliverstova E.V., Ishchenko A.A., Kudinova M.A. The effect of sulfonate groups on spectral-luminescent and photovoltaic properties of squarylium dyes // Journal of Photochemistry&Photobiology, A: Chemistry. – 2017. – Vol. 306.– P. 570-575.
5. Ilyassov B., Ibrayev N., Nuraje N. Hierarchically assembled nanostructures and their photovoltaic properties// Materials Science in Semiconductor Processing. – 2015. – V. 40. – P. 885–889.
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