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Mariya Ivanovskaya

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Leading Researcher
PhD (Chemistry)
Docent (Associate professor)
Honored Staff Member of the Belarusian State University

Department: Laboratory of thin films chemistry
e-mail: ivanovskaya@bsu.by
Phone: +375 (17) 270-19-06

h-index (Scopus) – 20
h-index (Google scholar) –22
https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=azc14v8AAAAJ&hl=en
 
Education

1971 – graduated Belarusian State University;
1979 – PhD in the field of chemistry.
 
Career

1971-1989 – researcher,Belarusian State University;
1989-1993 – senior researcher of the Research Institute for Physical-Chemical Problems;
1993 - to present time – leading researcher of the Research Institute for Physical-Chemical Problems;
 
Current research activity, main achievements

Solid state chemistry of nanosized oxides (SnO2, MoO3, In2O3, Fe2O3, CeO2, ZrO2, La2O3) and oxide composites in applications to catalysis and semiconductor gas sensors.
New gas-sensing materials, highly efficient and selective catalyst for hydrogen technology, magnetic and optical materials with advanced properties have been developed.
 
International collaboration

Participation  in the European projects: IC15CT96-0803, INTAS №2000-0066, №2001-2162, ICA2-CT-2000-10041, ISTC №3234.
 
M. Ivanovskaya is the author of more than 400 publications.
 
List of the selected publications

  1. Ivanovskaya M., Ovodok E., Gaevskaya T., Kotsikau D., Kormosh V., Bilanych V., Micusik M. Effect of Au nanoparticles on the gas sensitivity of nanosized SnO2  // Materials Chemistry and Physics. 2021. Vol. 258. P.123858–123866. IF 3.408.
  2. Ovodok E., Maltanava H., Poznyak S., Ivanovskaya M., Shendyakov V., Spacek V., Scharnagl N., Maia F., Tedim J. Rhodamine-loaded TiO2 particles for detection of polymer coating UV degradation  // Materials Today: Proceedings.  2020. Vol. 20. Part 3.P. 320–328.
  3. Ivanovskaya M., Ovodok E., Kotsikau D. Azarko I, Micusik M., Omastova M and Golovanov V. Structural transformation and nature of defects in titanium carbide treated in different redox atmospheres  // RSC Advances. 2020. Vol. 10. P. 25602–25608.IF 2.9.
  4. Maltanava H., Poznyak S., Ivanovskaya M., Scharnagl N., Starykevich M., Salak A., Soares M.R., Mazanik A.Effect of fluoride-mediated transformations on electrocatalytic performance of thermally treated TiO2 nanotubular layers  // J. Fluorine Chem. 2019. Vol. 221. P. 34−41. IF 1.879
  5. Ovodok E., Maltanava H., Poznyak S., Ivanovskaya M., Kudlash A., Scharnagl N., Tedim J.Sol-gel template synthesis of mesoporous carbon-doped TiO2 with photocatalytic activity under visible light // Materials Today: Proceedings.2018. Vol. 2. Iss. 9. Part 2. P. 17422-17443.
  6. Maltanava H., Poznyak S., Ovodok E., Ivanovskaya M., Frederico M., Kudlash A., Scharnagl N., Tedim J. Synthesis of ZnO mesoporous powders and their application in dye photodegradation // Materials Today: Proceedings2018. Vol. 2. Iss. 9. Part 2. P. 17414-17421.
  7. Ovodok E., Ivanovskaya M., Poznyak S., Scharnagl N., Tedim J. Characterization of surface species on mesoporous TiO2 prepared by TiC oxidation // Physics, Chemistry and application of nanostructures. Reviews and Short Notes to Nanomeeting-2017: proc. of Int. conf., Minsk, 30 May – 2 June 2017 / World Scientific Publishing; ed.: V. E. Borisenko [et al.] Singapore. 2017.  P. 311−314.
  8. Ovodok E., Maltanava A., Poznyak S., Ivanovskaya M., Kudlash A., Scharnagl N., Tedim J.   Synthesis and characterization of efficient TiO2 mesoporous photocatalysts // Materials Today: Proceedings.  2017. Vol. 4. P. 11526-11533.
  9. Kotsikau D., Ivanovskaya M. Influence of structure of Fe2O3−In2O3 nanocomposites on of sensitivity of thin-films sensors on their base // Materials Chemistry and Physics. 2015. Vol.160. Р. 337−344.
  10. Ivanovskaya M., Ovodok E., Golovanov V. The nature of paramagnetic defects in tin (IV) oxide // Chem. Phys. 2015. Vol. 457. Р. 98−105.
  11. Kotsikau D., Ivanovskaya M., Pankov V., Fedotova Y. Structure and magnetic properties of manganese−zinc-ferrites prepared by spray pyrolysis metod // Solid State Sciences 2015. Vol.39. P. 69−73.
  12. Ivanovskaya M., Romanovskaya V., Branitsky, G. Composite materials based on Ti and Ru oxides // J. Mater. Chem. 1994. Vol. 4. P. 373-377.
  13. Gurlo A., Barsan N., Ivanovskaya M., Weimar U., Göpel W. In2O3 and In2O3-MoO3 thin film semiconductor sensors: interaction with NO2 and O3 // Sensors and Actuators B. 1998. Vol. 47. P.92-99.
  14. Ivanovskaya M., Bogdanov P. Effect of NiII Ions on the Properties of In2O3-based Ceramic Sensors // Sensors and Actuators B, 1998. Vol. 53. P. 44-53.
  15. Ivanovskaya M., Bogdanov P., Faglia G., Sberveglieri G. TheFeatures of Thin Film and Ceramic Sensors for the Detection of CO and NO2/Sensors and Actuators B. 2000. Vol. 68. P.344-350.
  16. Ivanovskaya M., Gurlo A., Bogdanov P. Mechanism of O3 and NO2 detection and selectivity of In2O3 sensors //Sensors and Actuators B. 2001. Vol.70. P. 264-267.
  17. Ivanovskaya M., Kotsikau D., Faglia G., Nelli P., Irkaev S. Gas-sensitive properties of thin film heterostructures based on Fe2O3-In2O3 nanocomposites //Sensors and Actuators B. 2003. Vol. 93. P.422-430.
  18. Ivanovskaya M., Kotsikau D., Faglia G., Nelli P. Influence of chemical composition and structural factors of Fe2O3/In2O3 sensors on their selectivity and sensitivity to ethanol //  Sensors and Actuators B, 2003. Vol. 96. P.498-503.
  19. Gurlo A., Barsan N, Weimar U., Ivanovskaya M., Taurino A., Siciliano P. Polycrystalline well-shaped blocks of indium oxide obtained by the sol-gel method and their gas-sensing properties // Chem. Mater. 2003. Vol. 15. P.4377-4383.
  20. Kotsikau D., Ivanovskaya M., Orlik D., Falasconi M. Gas-sensitive properties of thin- and thick film sensors based on Fe2O3-SnO2 nanocomposites // Sensors  and Actuators B. 2004. Vol.101. P.199-206.