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Mikhail Artemyev


Head of Laboratory
Doctor of Sciences (Chemistry)
Honored Staff Member of the Belarusian State University
Laureate of the State Prize in Science and Technology

Department: Laboratory of nanochemistry
Address: RI PHP BSU; Leningradskaya str., 14, Minsk 220006, BELARUS
Phone: + 375 (17) 379-96-78

h-index(Scopus) – 39
h-index(Google scholar) -- 48 

Mikhail Artemyev  was awarded
by State Prize in Science and Technology for 2012

Academic achievements

Scientific degree Speciality Date
M. Sci. diploma Chemistry  June 1985
Ph. D. Physical chemistry  December 1990
Dr. Sci. Physical Chemistry May 2009

Career / employments

Position Organization Period
Junior researcher Institute for Physico-Chemical Problems, Belarussian State University 1985-1988
Researcher Institute for Physico-Chemical Problems, Belarussian State University 1988-1990
Postdoctoral fellow MassachusettsInstitute of Technology, USA, Chemistry department 1991-1992
Senior researcher Institute for Physico-Chemical Problems, Belarussian State University 1993-1999
Leading researcher Institute for Physico-Chemical Problems, Belarussian State University 2000-2009

Fields of specialization
(i) main field : Synthesis of semiconductor (CdS, CdSe, etc.) metallic (Au, Ag) nanocrystals; formation of nanocrystal-based micro- and nanostructures and study of optical phenomena therein;
(ii) other fields : Optical processes in low-dimensional nanostructures, photoluminescence spectroscopy, electroluminescence, ultrafast optical spectroscopy of low-dimesional nanostructures.
-More that 15 years expertise as chemist with the inorganic chemistry and chemistry of nanostructures background;
 -Pioneering in the synthesis and study of physical and chemical properties of semiconductor and metal nanocrystals and composite materials around the former-USSR republics;
-Pioneering in the investigation of enhanced luminescence from semiconductor quantum dots near plasmonic nanostructures;
-Pioneering in the synthesis and investigation of collective electron states in ensembles of close-packed semiconductor quantum dots, “quantum dots inside photonic dots” structures;
Current research activities
- Biological applications of highly luminescent semiconductor nanocrystals;
- Synthesis of complex nanocrystals including multishell quantum dots, nanorods, doped quantum dots;
- Optical processes in semiconductor nanocrystals and composite materials.
Honors, Awards, Fellowships, Membership of Professional Societies
M. Sci., Ph. D. and Dr. Sci. excellence awards.
Soros awardfor distinguished ex-USSR scientists 1990;
Invited Professorship, Department of Chemistry, University of Reims, Champagne-Ardennes, France, 2010-2011;
Honor Diploma of the National Assembly of the Republic of Belarus 14.09.2011 for many years of fruitful scientific work


  1. Ranishenka B., Ulashchik E., Radchanka A., Shmanai V.,  Artemyev M.  Electrostatic Repulsion Controls Efficiency of Cu‐Free Click‐Reaction with Azide‐Modified Semiconductor Quantum Dots // Chem. Nano. Mat. 2020. Vol. 6. № 2. P. 292-297.
  2. Ranishenka B.A., Ulashchik E.A., Kruhlik A.S., Tatulchenkov M.Yu., Radchanka A.V., Shmanai V.V., Artemyev M.V. Controlled Functionalization of Water-Soluble Semiconductor Quantum Dots for Bioconjugation // J.  Appl.  Spectroscopy. 2020. Vol. 86. № 6. P. 1064-1070.
  3. Vasić  B.,  Aškrabić S., Jakovljević M., Artemyev M.  Local electrical properties and charging/discharging of CdSe/CdS core-shell nanoplatelets // Appl. Surface Sci. 2020. Vol. 513. 145822.
  4. Laman A.G., Shepelyakovskaya A.O., Brovko F.A., Sizova S.V., Artemyev  M.V., Oleinikov V.A. Application of Monoclonal Antibodies and Phage Display Technology for YB-1 Protein Analysis // Russian J. Bioorganic Chem. 2020. Vol. 46. № 1. P. 43-51.
  5. Ayari S., Quick M.T., Owschimikow N., Christodoulou S., Bertrand G.H.V., Artemyev M., Moreels I., Woggon U., Jaziri S., Achtstein A. W. Tuning trion binding energy and oscillator strength in a laterally finite 2D system: CdSe nanoplatelets as a model system for trion properties  // Nanoscale. 2020. Vol. 12. № 27.  P. 14448-14458.
  6. Jakovljević M.M., Aškrabić S., Isić G., Vasić B., Gajić R., Artemyev  M. Pseudo-refractive index and excitonic features of single layer CdSe/CdS core–shell nanoplatelet films // Nanotechnology. 2020. Vol. 31. № 43. P. 435708.
  7. Radchanka A., Iodchik  A., Terpinskaya  T., Balashevich T., Yanchanka T.,  Palukoshka A., Sizova S., Oleinikov  V., Feofanov  A., Artemyev M. Emitters with different dimensionality: 2D cadmium chalcogenide nanoplatelets and 0D quantum dots in non-specific cell labeling and two-photon imaging // Nanotechnology. 2020. Vol. 31. № 43. 435102.
  8. Zhonglin D., Artemyev M.,  Jin W., Jianguo T. Performance improvement strategies for quantum dot-sensitized solar cells: a review // J. Mater. Chem.  A. 2019. Vol. 7. № 6. P. 2464-2489. 
  9. Scott R., Prudnikau A.V., Antanovich A., Christodoulou S., Riedl T., Bertrand G.H.N., Owschimikow N., Lindner J.K.N., Hens Z., Moreels I., Artemyev M., Woggona U., Achtstein A.W.   A comparative study demonstrates strong size tunability of carrier–phonon coupling in CdSe-based 2D and 0D nanocrystals // Nanoscale. 2019. Vol. 11. № 9. P. 3958-3967.
  10. Yang L.A., Antanovich A., Prudnikau A., Taniya O.S. Grzhegorzhevskii K. V., Zelenovskiy P., Terpinskaya T., Tang J.,  Artemyev M.  Highly luminescent Zn–Cu–In–S/ZnS core/gradient shell quantum dots prepared from indium sulfide by cation exchange for cell labeling and polymer composites // Nanotechnology. 2019. Vol. 30.  №39. 395603.
  11. Malakhovsky  P. Artemyev  M.  Optical Properties of Laterally Oriented Self-Assembled Monolayers of Silver Nanoplatelets on Cationic Polymers[L1]  // International J. Nanosci. 2019. Vol. 18. Issue 03n04. Id.1940050.
  12. Radchanka  A., Artemyev  M.  Water-Soluble Cadmium Selenide Quantum Dots with Controlled Surface Charge  // International J.  Nanosci. 2019. Vol. 18.   № 03n04.  P.1940051.
  13. Scott R., Climente J., Heckmann J., Prudnikau A., Antanovich  A., Owschimikow N., Artemyev M., Woggon U., Grosse N., Planelles J.  Directed Two Photon Absorption and Quadratic Volume Scaling in Semiconductor // Nanoplatelets Nonlinear Optics. 2019. Paper NTu3A,4.
  14. Петрова Е.А., Терпинская Т. И., Артемьев М.В., Федосюк А.А., Радченко А.В., Антанович А.В., Прудников А.В.  Luminescent quantum dots encapsulated by zwitterionic amphi philic polymer: surface charge-dependent interaction with cancer cells // Журн. БГУ. Химия. 2018. № 1. С. 3-13.
  15. Antanovich A., Prudnikau A., Grzhegorzhevskii K., Zelenovskiy P., Ostroushko A.,  Kuznetsov M., Chuvilin A.,  Artemyev M.  Colloidal branched CdSe/CdS ‘nanospiders’ with 2D/1D heterostructure  // Nanotechnology. 2018. Vol. 29. №  39. № З. 395604.
  16. Achtstein A., Marquardt O., Scott R., Ibrahim M., Riedl T., Prudnikau A., Antanovich A., Owschimikov N., Lindner J. KN,   Artemyev  M.  Impact of Shell Growth on Recombination Dynamics and Exciton–Phonon Interaction in CdSe–CdS Core–Shell Nanoplatelets,ACS nano // ACS Nano. 2018. Vol. 12. № 9.  P. 9476 – 9483.
  17. Aniskevich Y.,  Antanovich A., Prudnikau A., Artemyev  M., Mazanik A.,  Ragoisha G.,  Streltsov E.  Underpotential deposition of cadmium on colloidal CdSe quantum dots: effect of particle size and surface ligands  // J.  Phys. Chem. C. 2018. Vol. 123.  № 1. P. 931-939.
  18. Scott R.,  Heckmann J., Prudnikau A.V., Antanovich A., Mikhailov A., Owschimikow N., Artemyev M., Climente J.I., Woggon U., Grosse N. B.;,et al. Directed Emission of CdSe Nanoplatelets Originating from Strongly Anisotropic 2D Electronic Structure // Nature Nanotechnol. 2017. № 12. P. 1155–1160. (IF=44)
  19. Antanovich A., Achtstein A. W., Matsukovich A., Prudnikau A., Bhaskar P., Gurin V., Molinari M., Artemyev M. A Strain-Induced Exciton Transition Energy Shift in CdSe Nanoplatelets: The Impact of an Organic Ligand Shell // Nanoscale. 2017. Vol. 45. № 9.P. 18042–18053.  (IF=7.3)
  20. Heckmann J., Scott R., Prudnikau A.V., Antanovich A., Owschimikow N., Artemyev M., Climente J.I., Woggon U., Grosse N.B., Achtstein A.W.  Directed Two-Photon Absorption in CdSe Nanoplatelets Revealed by K -Space Spectroscopy  // Nano Lett. 2017. Vol. 17. № 10. P. 6321–6329. (IF=12.7)
  21. Suarez I., Munoz R., Chirvony V., Martinez-Pastor J.P., Artemyev M., Prudnikau A., Antanovich A., Mikhailov A. Multilayers of CdSe/CdS/ZnCdS Core/Wings/Shell Nanoplatelets Integrated in a Polymer Waveguide // IEEE J. Sel. Top. Quantum Electron. 2017. Vol.23. № 5. P. 1–8. (IF=3.9)
  22. Muravitskaya A.O., Gurinovich L.I., Prudnikau A.V., Artemyev M.V., Gaponenko S.V. The Effect of an External Electric Field on Photoluminescence of CdSe Colloidal Nanoparticles of Different Topologies // Opt. Spectrosc. 2017.Vol.  122. № 1. P. 83–87.,71)
  23. Achtstein A.W., Scott R., Kickhöfel S., Jagsch S.T., Chritodoulou S., Bertrand G.H.V., Prudnikau A.V., Antanovich A., Artemyev M., Moreels I., Schliwa A., Woggon U. p-State Luminescence in CdSe Nanoplatelets: Role of Lateral Confinement and a Longitudinal Optical Phonon Bottleneck // Phys. Rev. Lett. 2016. Vol. 116.  № 11. 116802 (1-4). 
  24. Antanovich A., Prudnikau A., Matsukovich A., Achtstein A.W.,  Artemyev M. Self-Assembly of CdSe Nanoplatelets into Stacks of Controlled Size Induced by Ligand Exchange // J. Phys. Chem. C. 2016. Vol.120. № 10. P. 5764–5775.
  25. Antanovich A., Prudnikau A., Artemyev M. Optical Properties of Semiconductor Colloidal Quantum Wells // Fundamental and Applied Nano-Electromagnetics. Springer Netherlands. 2016. P. 211-225.  
  26. Ushakova E.V., Litvin A.P., Fedorov A.V., Prudnikau A.V.,  Artemyev M.V. Raman analysis of chemical substitution of Cd atoms by Hg in CdSe quantum dots and rods // Optical Engineering. 2016. Vol. 55. № 1. P. 017104-017104.
  27. Fedosyuk A., Radchanka A., Antanovich A., Prudnikau A., Kvach M.V, Shmanai V. Artemyev M. Determination of Concentration of Amphiphilic Polymer Molecules on the Surface of Encapsulated Semiconductor Nanocrystals // Langmuir. 2016. Vol. 32. № 8. P. 1955-1961.
  28. Malashkevich G. E., Chukova O. V., Nedilko S. G., Shevchenko G. P., Bokshyts Y V.,  Kouhar V. V.  Influence of Gold Nanoparticles on Luminescence of Eu3+ Ions Sensitized by Structural Defects in Germanate Films // J. Phys. Chem. C. 2016. Vol. 120.  № 28.  Р.15369–15377.
  29. Scott R., Kickhöfel S., Schoeps O., Antanovich A., Prudnikau A., Chuvilin A., Woggon U., Artemyev M., Achtstein A.W. Temperature dependent radiative and non-radiative recombination dynamics in CdSe–CdTe and CdTe–CdSe type II hetero nanoplatelets // Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. 2016. Vol. 18. P.3197-3203.
  30. Scott R., Achtstein A.W., Prudnikau A.V., Antanovich A., Siebbeles L.D., Artemyev M., Woggon U. Time-Resolved Stark Spectroscopy in CdSe Nanoplatelets: Exciton Binding Energy, Polarizability, and Field-Dependent Radiative Rates // Nano Letters. 2016. Vol.16.  № 10. P. 6576-6583.
  31. Scott R., Achtstein A., Prudnikau A., Antanovich A., Christodoulou S., Moreels I., Artemyev M., Woggon U. Two Photon Absorption in II–VI Semiconductors: The Influence of Dimensionality and Size // Nano Lett. 2015. Vol. 15.  № 8. P. 4985–4992.
  32. Antanovich A. V., Prudnikau A. V., Melnikau D., Rakovich Y. P., Chuvilin A., Woggon U.,  Achtstein A. W.,  ArtemyevM. V.Colloidal synthesis and optical properties of type-II CdSe–CdTe and inverted CdTe–CdSe core–wing heteronanoplatelets  // Nanoscale.  2015. Vol. 7. P.8084 – 8092.
  33. Achtstein A., Antanovich A., Prudnikau A., Scott R., Woggon U., Artemyev M.. Linear Absorption in CdSe Nanoplates: Thickness and Lateral Size Dependency of the Intrinsic Absorption // J. Phys. Chem C. Vol.119.  № 34. P. 20156–20161.
  34. Achtstein A.W., Ballester A., Movilla J.L., Hennig J., Climente J. I., Prudnikau A., Antanovich A., Scott R., Artemyev M. V., Planelles J., Woggon U. One- and two-photon absorption in CdS nanodots and wires: the role of dimensionality in the one- and two-photon luminescence excitation spectrum // J. Phys. Chem. C.  2015. Vol. 119. P. 1260–1267.
  35. Antanovich A., Prudnikau A., Gurin V., Artemyev M. Cd/Hg cationic substitution in magic-sized CdSe clusters: Opticalcharacterization and theoretical studies // Chemical Physics.  2015. Vol. 455. P. 32–40.