Gleb Yushin Ph.D.
Research Assistant Professor, A.J. Drexel Nanotechnology Institute, Drexel UniversityDr. Yushin's interests revolve around nanotechnology, nanoporous carbon, carbon onions, nanodiamond, gas separation, water purification, electrochemistry, porosity measurements, Raman spectroscopy, Transmission Electron Microscopy, Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy, Scanning Electron Microscopy, etc.
EducationPh.D. Materials Science 2003, North Carolina State University; M.S. Physics 1999, Saint Petersburg Technical University
Career Highlights9/2004 – present Research Professor, A.J. Drexel Nanotechnology Institute, Drexel University, Materials Science and Engineering, Philadelphia, PA
8/2003 – 9/2004 Postdoctoral Researcher, A.J. Drexel Nanotechnology Institute, Drexel University, Materials Science and Engineering, Philadelphia, PA
7/1999 – 8/2003 Research Assistant, North Carolina State University (NCSU), Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Raleigh, NC
9/1995 – 5/1999 Research Assistant, A.F.Ioffe Physical and Technical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Saint-Petersburg, Russia
Awards2006 Nano Letters, cover page image
2005 B. Snow Award from the American Ceramic Society
2005 Best Poster Award, Electrochemical Society Meeting, Quebec, Canada
2005 Best Poster Award, Annual Meeting of North American Membrane Society, Providence, RI.
2005 1st place award (in the Combined Techniques category) at the American Ceramic Society's annual Ceramographic Competition
2005 1st place award (in the SEM category) at the American Ceramic Society's annual Ceramographic Competition
2005 Best Poster in Hydrogen Storage Material Symposium and Nominee for MRS Best Poster Award, MRS Meeting, San Francisco, CA
2005 Honorable Mention (International Metallographic Contest) at the International Metallographic Society Convention
2004 Honorable mention at Nanotechnology Business Data Competition in Cleveland, Ohio
2004 1st place award (in the Combined Techniques category) at the American Ceramic Society's annual Ceramographic Competition
1999 M.S. diploma with Honors, Saint-Petersburg, Russia
1998 Saint-Petersburg Scholarship For Best Graduate Students and Young Scientists, grant # M98-2.4D-144
1997 Soros (International Science Foundation) student scholarship, grant # 97-1919
Member American Ceramic Society, Materials Research Society, American Chemical Society
Important Articles1. G. Yushin, Y. Gogotsi, and A. Nikitin, Carbide Derived Carbon, in Nanomaterials Handbook, Y. Gogotsi, Editor. 2006, CRC Press. p. 237-280.
2. Z.G. Cambaz, G. Yushin, Y. Gogotsi, and V.G. Lutsenko, Anisotropic Etching of SiC Wiskers. Nano Lett., 2006, 6(3): p. 548-541.
3. Y. Gogotsi, R.K. Dash, G. Yushin, T. Yildirim, G. Laudisio, and J.E. Fischer, Tailoring of Nanoscale Porosity in Carbide-Derived Carbons for Hydrogen Storage. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2005. 127(46): p. 16006-16007.
4. R.K. Dash, J. Chmiola, G.N. Yushin, Y. Gogotsi, G. Laudisio, J. Singer, J.E. Fischer, and S. Kucheyev, Titanium Carbide Derived Nanoporous Carbon for Energy-Related Applications. Carbon, 2006(accepted).
5. G. Yushin, E. Hoffman, A. Nikitin, H. Ye, M.W. Barsoum, and Y. Gogotsi, Synthesis of Nanoporous Carbide-Derived Carbon by Chlorination of Titanium Silicon Carbide. Carbon, 2005. 44(10): p. 2075-2082.
6. Z.G. Cambaz, G.N. Yushin, K.L. Vyshnyakova, L.N. Pereselentseva, and Y.G. Gogotsi, Conservation of Shape During Formation of Carbide-Derived Carbon on Silicon Carbide Nano-Whiskers. J. Am. Ceram. Soc, 2005 (in press).
7. J. Chmiola, G. Yushin, R.K. Dash, E.N. Hoffman, J.E. Fischer, M.W. Barsoum, and Y. Gogotsi, Double-Layer Capacitance of Selected Carbide Derived Carbons in Sulfuric Acid. Electrochemical and Solid State Communications, 2005. 8 (7): p. A357-A360.
8. G.N. Yushin, S. Osswald, V.I. Padalko, G.P. Bogatyreva, and Y. Gogotsi, Effect of sintering on structure of nanodiamond. Diam. Related Mater., 2005. 14(10): p. 1721-1729.
9. R.K. Dash, G. Yushin, and Y. Gogotsi, Nanoporous Carbon Derived from Zirconium Carbide. Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, 2005. 86: p. 50-57.
10. E. Hoffman, G.N. Yushin, B.M. Barsoum, and G. Gogotsi, Synthesis of Nanoporous Carbide-Derived Carbon by Chlorination of Titanium Aluminum Carbide. Chem. Mater., 2005. 17(9): p. 2317-2322.
11. G.N. Yushin, A.V. Kvit, and Z. Sitar, Transmission electron microscopy studies of the bonded SiC-SiC interface. J. Mat. Sci., 2005. 40: p. 4369-4371.
12. G.N. Yushin and Z. Sitar, Influence of relative wafer rotation on the electrical properties of the bonded SiC/SiC interface. Appl. Phys. Lett, 2004. 84(20): p. 3993-3995.
13. G.N. Yushin, A. Aleksov, S.D. Wolter, F. Okuzumi, J.T. Prater, and Z. Sitar, Wafer bonding of highly oriented diamond to silicon. Diam. Related Mater., 2004. 13(10): p. 1816-1821.
14. K.L. Vyshnyakova, L.N. Pereselentseva, Z.G. Cambaz, G.N. Yushin, and Y. Gogotsi, Whiskerisation of polycrystalline SiC fibres during synthesis. British Ceramic Transactions, 2004. 103(5): p. 193-196.
15. S.D. Wolter, G.N. Yushin, J.T. Prater, and Z. Sitar, Processing routes for direct bonding of silicon to epitaxially textured diamond. Diam. Related Mater., 2003. 12(3-7): p. 257-261.
16. G.N. Yushin, A.V. Kvit, R. Collazo, and Z. Sitar, Wafer bonding of SiC to SiC. Mat.Res.Soc.Symp.Proc., 2003.
17. S.D. Wolter, G.N. Yushin, F. Okuzumi, B.R. Stoner, J.T. Prater, and Z. Sitar, Direct fusion bonding of silicon to polycrystalline diamond. Diam. Related Mater., 2002. 11: p. 482-486.
18. G.N. Yushin, S.D. Wolter, A.V. Kvit, F. Okuzumi, B.R. Stoner, J.T. Prater, and Z. Sitar, Study of fusion bonding of diamond to silicon for silicon-on-diamond technology. Appl. Phys. Lett., 2002. 81(17).
19. Y.E. Kitaev, M.F. Limonov, P. Tone, and G.N. Yushin, Raman-active modes in wurtzite (GaN)m(AlN)n superlattices. Phys. Rev. B, 1999. 57(22): p. 14209-14212.
20. N.K. Yushin, E.P. Smirnova, and G.N. Yushin, Nonlinearity of the low-frequency permitivity of disordered ferroelectrics. Tech. Phys. Lett., 1996. 22(5): p. 405-406.
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