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Prof. Dsc Oleg Shevaleevskiy

Head of Materials Sciences Department and Solar Photovoltaic Laboratory, Russia

Professor


Email: shevale2006@yahoo.com


Qualifications

1978 Ph.D., Institute of Solid State Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia, Physics and Mathematics

1972 M.Sc., Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia, Physics

1966 B.Sc., Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia, Physics


Publications (Selected)

  1. S. Varfolomeev, O. Shevaleevskiy “Renewable energy: new materials, new trends”, The Chemical Journal 11 (2010) 32-34.
  2. O. Shevaleevskiy, L. Larina, N. Tsvetkov, J. Jang, K. Lim, “Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Studies of Shallow Donors Behavior in Hydrogenated ZnO Films” ECS Transactions 28, Iss. 4 (2010) 161-167.
  3. N. Tsvetkov, L. Larina, O. Shevaleevskiy, B.T. Ahn “Ultraviolet Photoelectron Spectroscopy of Nb-doped TiO2 Layers for Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells with Improved Performance” 2010 MRS Fall Meeting, Boston, USA, September 30, 2010.
  4. S. Varfolomeev, O. Shevaleevskiy “Renewable energies to-day”, Science and Technologies for Industry 2 (2010) 18-22. (in Russian)
  5. L. Larina. B. T. Ahn, O. Shevaleevskiy “Potocondictivity effects under sub-bandgap illumination in polycrystalline ZnO” J. Electrochem. Soc. 155 (2008) A36-A43.
  6. O. Shevaleevskiy, K.S. Lim “Nanocrystalline Silicon and Silicon Carbide for Solar Photovoltaics: the Key Role of Spin Defects” Pure Appl. Chem. 80 (2008) 2273 -2285.
  7. O. Shevaleevskiy “The future of solar photovoltaics: a new challenge for chemical physics”, Pure Appl. Chem. 80 (2008) 2192-2204.
  8. S. Varfolomeev, O. Shevaleevskiy “Preface to the International Conference on Molecular and Nanosystems for Energy Conversion” Pure Appl. Chem. 80 (2008) p. 2172.
  9. O. Shevaleevskiy, S.Y. Myong, N. Tsvetkov, K.S. Lim “ESR studies of hydrogen-induced paramagnetic defects in polycrystalline ZnO films” J. Non-Cryst. Solids 354 (2007) 3237-3240.
  10. O. Shevaleevskiy, L. Larina, S.Y. Myong, K.S. Lim “Effect of bulk photoconductivity in the action spectra of photocurrent in organic double-layer photovoltaic cells” J. Electrochem. Soc. 153 (2006) A1-A4.
  11. S.Y., Myong, O. Shevaleevskiy, K.S. Lim, S. Miyajima, M. Konagai “Charge transport in hydrogenated boron-doped nanocrystalline silicon- silicon carbide alloys” J. Appl. Phys. 98 (2005) 054311-1-92054311-4.
  12. 12. S. Y., Myong, O. Shevaleevskiy, K. S. Lim, S. Miyajima, M. Konagai “Strong influence of boron doping on nanocrystalline silicon-carbide formation by using photo-CVD technique” J. Non-Cryst. Solids. 351 (2005) 89-92.
  13. O. Shevaleevskiy, S.Y. Myong, K.S. Lim, S. Miyajima, M. Konagai “Structural defects and electrical conductivity in nanocrystalline SiC:H films doped with boron and grown by photostimulated chemical-vapor deposition”, Semiconductors 39 (2005) 709-711. 4
  14. O. Shevaleevskiy “Modeling the Photocurrent Action Spectrum of a Molecular Solar Cell: The Effect of Bulk Photoconductivity” Dokl. Phys. Chem. 398 (2004) 245–248.
  15. O. Shevaleevskiy “Photoconverison processes in nanoscale and molecular photovoltaic systems” (in Russian) Ed.: Rus. Acad. Press, Moscow, 2004, 315 p.
  16. O. Shevaleevskiy, L. Larina “Sensitization of Nanocrystalline Solar Cells with Phthalocyanine -Fullerene Composites” Proc. of 206th Meeting of the Electrochemical Society (2004) 278-279.
  17. O. Shevaleevskiy, A.A. Tsvetkov, L.L. Larina, S.Y. Myong, S.K. Lim “Paramagnetic Structural Defects and Conductivity in Hydrogenated Nanosrystalline Carbon-Doped Silicon Films” Semiconductors 38 (2004) 528 -530.
  18. O. Chevaleevski, S.Y. Myong, K.S. Lim “Spin defects and transport in hydrogenated nanocrystalline silicon carbide films produced by photo-CVD technique” Solid State Comm. 128 (2003) 355-358.
  19. L.Larina O.Chevaleevski, K.S.Lim “Nanocrystalline Tandem Solar Cell with Twin Dye-Sensitized Anodes”, in Tech. Program, 3rd World Conference on Photovolt. Energy Conversion (Osaka, Japan, May 11-18, 2003), p. 6.
  20. O. Chevaleevski, L. Larina, K.S. Lim “Alternative materials for nanostructure solar cells fabrication”, in “PV in Europe. From PV Technology to Energy Solution”, ed. Italy, Florance (2003) p. 131-137.