Research Institute for Physical Chemical Problems
of the Belarusian State University

Gurin Valerij

Leading Researcher of the Laboratory for nanochemistry

 of the Research Institute for Physical Chemical Problems

of the Belarusian State University.

h-index (Scopus) – 16,

1984 – Chemical Department of Belarusian State University,
1989 – Postgraduate courses at Chemical Department of Belarusian State University.

Since 1989 – in the Research Institute for Physical Chemical Problems of Belarusian State University at the positions from junior researcher up to leading researcher (present position).
Current research activity:

Physico-chemistry of nanomaterials (nanocomposites of various composition, sol-gel films and glasses, carbon structures, vitreous chalcogenide semiconductors, etc.), metal and semiconductor clusters, optics of nanostructures, physics and chemistry of surface. Quantum-chemical calculations of inorganic clusters and carbon nanostructures.
Main achievements:
  • Original protocol of the sol-gel process to produce film and glassy silica-based materials with nanoparticles of copper and copper compounds for design of non-linear optical elements.
  • Quantum-chemical approaches of ab initio calculations for a series of systems with metal and semiconductor clusters and endohedral fullerenes. The calculation results demonstrate the trends in properties variation of the clusters from molecular forms through bulk solids with increase of atom numbers. The data are in consistence with experimental optical features.
International scientific projects:
  • International Science Foundation, 1993-1995
  • Volkswagen Foundation, 1997-1999.
  • INTAS-funded projects, 1998-1999, 2004-2006
  • Projects of Belarusian Fundamental Research Foundation with partners of Ukraine and Russia
  • More than 300 works have been published in total. About 150 papers are in reviewed foreign, Russian and Belarusian journals.
Selected publications:
  1. Shpotyuk M., Hyla M., Shpotyuk O., Gurin V.  Radiation-induced bond switching in chalcogenide semiconductor glasses from first-principles quantum-chemical calculations: On the role of dipole-type charged coordination defects //Computational Materials Science. 2016. Vol.113. P.112-116.
  2. Samoilenko S.O., Kichanov S.E., Kozlenko D.P., Ivankov O.I., Gurin V.S., Rachkovskaya G.E., Zakharevych G.B., Bulavin L.A., Islamov A.K., Savenko B.N. Study of silicate glasses with PbS nanoparticles using small-angle neutron scattering // J. Surface Investigation. 2016. Vol.10, №1, P.187-190.
  3. Gurin V.S., Bobkova N.M., Trusova E.E. Investigation of photocatalytic activity of the СеО2−TiO2 nanocompositions sol-gel derived from inorganic salts // Chemistry for sustainable development. 2015. №1. C. 25-31
  4. Antanovich A.V., Prudnikau A.V., Gurin V.S., Artemyev M.V. Cd/Hg Cationic Substitution in Magic-Sized CdSe Clusters: Optical Characterization and Theoretical Studies// Chemical Physics.  2015. Vol.455. P.32-40
  5. Bulavin L.A., Samoilenko S.O., Kichanov S.E., Kozlenko D.P., Ivankov O.I., Gurin V.S., Rachkovskaya G.E., Zaharevich G.B., Islamov A.K., Savenko B.N. Nanoformation in doped silicate glass and its fractal dimensions // Nuclear Physics and Atomic Energy. 2015. Vol.16, №2. P.152-156.
  6. GurinV., ShpotyukO., BoykoV. Calculation of small arsenic and antimony chalcogenide clusters with an application to vitreous chalcogenide structure. // Интернет-архивhttp://arxiv.org: 1512.00246 [physics.chem-ph], 6pp.
  7. Gurin V.S., Korolkov M.V. On calculations of dipole moments of HCl+ and DCl+ molecular ions // Internet-archive - http://arxiv.org: 1512.07582 [physics.chem-ph], 10pp.
  8. GurinV.S., Korolkov M.V., Ab initio Calculation of Dipole Moments and Transition Dipole Moments of HCl+ and HBr+ Molecular Ions // Internet-archive - http://arxiv.org:  1412.5999 [physics.chem-ph], 8pp.
  9. Kichanov, S.E., Islamov, A.K., Samoilenko, S.A., Kozlenko, D.P., Belushkin, A.V., Gurin, V.S., Shevchenko, G.P., Trusova, E.E., Bulavin, L.A., Savenko, B.N. Studying the structural features of oxide nanoclusters of cerium and titanium in a silicate glass by means of the small-angle neutron scattering // J. Surface Investigation. 2014. Vol.8, №1. P.98-103.
  10. Ramirez-Camacho M.C., Tuzovskaya I., Bogdanchikova N., Pestryakov A., Susarrey-Arce A., Gurin V.The influence of the peptide molar ratios on the functionalization of gold nanoparticles // Advanced Materials Research. 2014. Vol.872.  P. 94-105.
  11. Yeshchenko O.A., Bondarchuk I.S., Gurin V.S., Dmitruk I.M., Kotko A.V. Temperature dependence of the surface plasmon resonance in gold nanoparticles// Surface Science. 2013. Vol.608. P.275-281.
  12. Loiko P.A., Rachkovskaya G.E., Zakharevich G.B., Gurin V.S., Gaponenko M.S., Yumashev K.V. Optical properties of novel PbS and PbSe quantum-dot-doped alumino-alkali-silicate glasses // J. Non-Crystalline Solids. 2012. Vol.358. №15. P.1840-1845.
  13. Samoylenko S.A., Kichanov S.E., Kozlenko D.P., Belushkin A.V., Haramus V.M., Trusova E.E., Shevchenko G.P., Gurin V.S., Bulavin L.A., Rakhmanov S.K., Savenko B.N.  The studies of nanoparticles formed in silicate glasses doped by cerium and titanium oxides by means of small angle neutron scattering // Journal of Physics: Conf. Ser., 2012. Vol.351. №1. P.012017. 
  14. Gurin V.S., Alexeenko A.A., Kaparikha A.V. Fabrication and optical features of the sol-gel derived silica glasses doped with copper oxide nanoparticles and europium // Materials Letters. 2011. Vol. 65. №15-16.  P. 2442-2444.
  15. Samoylenko, S.A., Kichanov, S.E., Belushkin, A.V., Kozlenko, D.P., Garamus, V.M., Gurin, V.S., Trusova, E.A., Shevchenko, G.P., Rakhmanov, S.K., Bulavin, L.A., Savenko, B.N. The studies of structural aspects of the cluster formation in silicate glasses doped with cerium and titanium oxides by small-angle neutron scattering // Phys. Solid State. 2011. Vol.53, №12. P.2431-2434.
  16. Gurin V.S. Towards a Quantum-Chemical Simulation of the Cadmium Chalcogenide Nanoclusters Linked with Biomolecules: an Effect of Terminating Group upon the Core Geometry // Mater. Sci. Eng. B.2010. Vol.169,№1-3. P. 73-77.
  17. Belushkin A.V., Kichanov S.E., Kozlenko D.P., Lukin E.V., Savenko B.N., Rakhmanov S.K., Shevchenko G.P., Gurin V.S., Malashkevich G.E., Garamus V., Pogoreliy D.K., Podurets K.M.  Investigation of the structural aspects in the formation of optical properties of the GeO2-Eu2O3-Ag nanosystem. // Phys. Solid State. 2010. Vol.52, №7. P.1366-1371.
  18. Gurin V.S. Endohedal fullerenes C60 and C82 with silver // Surface Reviews and Letters, 2009.  Vol.16. P.161-165
  19. Trusova E.E., Bobkova N.M., Gurin V.S., Hlushonok G.K. Optical properties of Ce-Ti-containing silicate glasses // J. Appl. Spectroscopy. 2009. Vol.76, №2. P.187-193.
  20. TrusovaE.E., BobkovaN.M., GurinV.S., TyavlovskayaE.A. Nature of color centers in silicate glasses with additions of cerium and titanium oxides // Glass and Ceramics. 2009. Vol. 66, №7/8. P.240-244.
  21. GurinV.S., Alexeenko A.A., Tyavlovskaya E.A., Kasparov K.N. .  Sol–gel silica thin films with copper selenide// Thin Solid Films, 2008. Vol.516, №7, P. 1464-1467.
  22. Petranovskii V., Rodríguez I. Iznaga, Gurin V., Hernández M.A. Espinosa, H. Tiznado, M.H. Farias, F. Castillon, F. Chavez Rivas, R. Zamorano Ulloa, J.A. Villanueva Garibay. A complex study of copper reduction in erionite // Studies in Surface Science and Catalysis. 2008. Vol.174, Part 1. P. 261-264.
  23. Gurin V.S., Matulis V.E., Korolkov M.V., Rakhmanov  S.K. Calculation of potential energy curves, dipole moments and transition dipole transitions for the low-lying doublet states of HCl+ // J. Chem. Phys. 2007. Vol.126, №12. P.124321. 
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