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January 5, 2009

CURRICULUM VITAE

Prof. Artem R. Oganov



Department of Geosciences, Department of Physics and Astronomy, and New York Center for Computational Science, State University of New York at Stony Brook,

Stony Brook 11794-2100, U.S.A.


Biographical data:

Born on 03.03.1975 in Moscow, Russia.

Married to Agnès Dewaele, daughter Jeanne.

Home address: 2 Parish Court, Stony Brook, NY 11790, U.S.A.

Languages: English (fluent), Russian (native), German, French, Italian.


Education and Degrees:

2007

Habilitation (Venia Legendi), Dept. of Materials, ETH Zurich, Switzerland

2002

PhD degree, University College London. Thesis “Computer Simulation Studies of Minerals”

1997

MSc in Crystallography (Moscow State University), with top honours


Career History:

11/2008-now

Associate Professor and Head of Laboratory, Stony Brook University

2007-2008

Privatdozent and Group Leader, ETH Zurich

2003-2007

Senior Researcher, Lecturer and Group Leader, ETH Zurich

2002-2003

Research Fellow, University College London

1993-1995

External scientific collaborator, Russian Chemical Abstracts (VINITI)


Visiting Appointments:

3/2006-present

Adjunct Professor, Moscow State University, Russia

2009

Invited Professor, Guilin University of Electronic Technology, China

2009

Invited Professor, Ecole Polytechnique de Lille, France

2008

Invited Professor, Chinese University of Hong Kong

2006-2007

Invited Professor, Universite de Paris Est (Marne-la-Vallee), France

2005

Invited Professor, University of Milan (Italy)


Research Output:

Publications, patents, citation:

81 papers, reviews and book chapters, including 5 in Nature, 3 in PNAS, 5 in PRL, 1 in Nature Materials. 1 international patent. Hirsch’s h-index = 20.

Talks:

124 in total, including 15 plenary/keynote, 97 invited, 12 contributed

Coverage of research in popular media:

Numerous press items in many languages, including:

In English: Physics Today (09/2006), Nature (06/07), Chemistry World (02/2009), Science (02/2009), New York Times (02/2009), Nature Chemistry (04/2009), Nature (05/2009), New Scientist (09/2009), Nature Materials (12/2009).

In French: La Recherche (01/2005).

In German: Neue Zürcher Zeitung (07/2006, 02/2009), Tages Anzeiger (07/2004), Spektrum der Wissenschaft (01/2007), Spiegel (02/2009).

In Russian: Kommersant (02/2007), Troitsky Variant (05/2008), Voice of America (02/2009), Izvestia (02/2009), Chemistry and Life (04/2009).

Radio Interviews: SWR Radio (07/2004, 01/2006, in German), Nature Chemistry Podcast (02/2009).


Research Interests:

Multidisciplinary research centered on theory and simulation of materials – with applications to high-pressure physics, planetary sciences, materials science and chemistry.

Computational methodology:

Development of simulation methods for crystal structure prediction, thermodynamic and transport properties, phase transformations

Materials Science:

Computational materials design for environmental and industrial applications

Earth and Planetary Sciences:

Prediction of structures, phase diagrams and properties of planet-forming materials, geochemistry at extreme conditions

Physics and Chemistry:

Structure (atomic, electronic) and dynamics of condensed matter, theory of chemical bonding, rules determining stability of materials


Honors and Awards:

2008

Rated 12th among all Russian scientists living abroad (Russian Newsweek)

2007

Most cited paper award, Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2004-2007)

2007

Research Excellence Medal of the European Mineralogical Union

2006

University Latsis Prize (25’000 CHF)

2005

Offered Assistant Professorship at Princeton University (USA), declined

2004

European High-Pressure Research Group Award

2003

Young Scientist Award of the European Union of Geosciences

2002

President's Award of the Geological Society of London

1998-2002

Russian President’s Scholarship, British Government Scholarship, Graduate Scholarship of University College London

1993-1999

5 consecutive Soros Foundation scholarships. Also Lomonosov, Vinogradov and twice Shubnikov scholar


Professional Services:

2009-

Member of the University Senate, Stony Brook University

2010

Member of the Scientific Advisory Committee, EHPRG-48 conference, Uppsala, Sweden, September 2010.

2006-2008

Executive Committee member, User Group of Swiss National Supercomputing Centre

2005-2008

Elected vice-chairman of the Special Interest Group “Mineralogical Crystallography” of the European Crystallographic Association

2003-2008

Representative of ETH Zurich in COMPRES (Consortium for Materials Properties Research in Earth Sciences)

9/2004

Organiser of the CECAM/Psi-k workshop “First-Principles Simulations: Perspectives and Challenges in Mineral Sciences” (Lyon, France)

Membership of scientific societies

International Union of Crystallography, Psi-k network, American Physical Society, American Geophysical Union, Mineralogical Crystallography Group of the European Crystallographic Association (founding member)


Editorial Activities and Refereeing:

2009-present

Member of the Editorial Board: Journal of Superhard Materials

2006-present

Associate Editor: American Mineralogist

2009-2010

Book Editor: „Crystal structure prediction“, Wiley-VCH.

5-6/2005

Guest Editor: Zeitschrift für Kristallographie

2004

Book Editor: “First-principles simulations: perspectives and challenges in mineral sciences” [German Crystallographic Society, 2004]

2002

Book referee for Oxford University Press (M.T. Dove “Structure and Dynamics”)

2009

Scientific reviewer, Swiss National Supercomputing Centre

Peer reviews

(papers):

32 journals, including Nature, Science; Nature Chemistry, Nature Materials; Physical Review Letters; Reports on Progress in Physics; Journal of Chemical Physics; Physical Review B; Applied Physics Letters; Journal of Computational Physics; Geophysical Research Letters; Earth and Planetary Science Letters; Inorganic Chemistry.

(grants):

German Research Foundation (DFG), French National Research Agency (ANR), Petroleum Research Fund (American Chemical Society), US National Science Foundation, Swiss National Science Foundation

(faculty promotions):

Cambridge University


Pedagogical Activities:

2010-

“Structure and properties of materials “ (3 hours/week)

Undergraduate/graduate course GEO312/512, Stony Brook University

2009-

“Electronic Structure Calculations in Crystallography“ (3 hours/week)

Graduate seminar GEO618, Stony Brook University

2009-

“Crystalline Solids“ (4 hours/week lectures, 4 hours/week labs)

Graduate course GEO531, Stony Brook University

2009-

“Mineralogy“ (4 hours/week lectures, 4 hours/week labs)

Undergraduate/graduate course GEO306/546, Stony Brook University

2004-2007

“Mineralogical Crystallography” (2 hours/week lectures, 1 hour/week seminars)

2nd year undergraduate course, ETH Zurich

2005-now

Invited professor short courses at Moscow State University, University of Milano, University of Paris Est, Chinese University of Hong Kong

Lecturer at Summer Schools:

Budapest (2002), Gargnano (2003), Heidelberg (2005), Nancy (2005), Erice (2003, 2009)




Sabbatical guests:

Prof. Alberto Garcia (University of Bilbao, Spain)

2006

Visiting scientists:

Miguel Martinez Canales (University of Bilbao, Spain)

2009

Love Koci (University of Uppsala, Sweden)

2007

Steeve Greaux (University of Paris Est, France)

2005

Postdoctoral fellows:

Prof. Yanming Ma

2006-2008

Dr. Andriy Lyakhov

2007-now

PhD students:

Yu Xie (co-supervised with Y. Ma)

2007-now




Heinrich Orsini-Rosenberg (co-supervised with W. Steurer)

2007-now




Dr. Donat Adams

2004-2007




Dr. Daniel Y. Jung

2004-2008




Dr. Feiwu Zhang

2005-2008




Dr. Colin W. Glass

2006-2009




Dr. Kai H. Hassdenteufel (co-supervised with W. Steurer)

2003-2006

Diploma students:

Alina V. Gutina

1997-1998




Dr. Daniel Y. Jung

2003-2004




Dr. Colin W. Glass

2005-2006




Sandro Schönborn

2008

PhD examiner:

Dr. Davina Sihachakr (University of Paris XI, France)

2005

Dr. Steeve Greaux (University of Marne-la-Vallee, France)

2006

Dr. Benoit Dubacq (University of Grenoble, France)

2008

Dr. Yuanyuan Zheng (University Lille 1, France)

2009

Dr. Ibrahim Khalil Benazzouz (University Lille 1, France)

2010

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