Ph.D. thesis: “Diffusion and transport phenomena in heterogeneous systems with solid-liquid interface in application to the electrochemical energy systems”.
Supervisor: Henni Ouerdane
Ivan graduated for BSc degree from Moscow University in 2017 majoring in optics, spectroscopy and nanosystem physics. His diploma work was dedicated to measurement of phase shift in fiber by two-pulse coherent reflectometry. Ivan got MSc degree on Physics Department of National Research University Higher School of Economics in 2019 majoring in condensed matter physics with diploma work “Development of scanning probe technology with the possibility of noise measurements”. At Skoltech Ivan’s focus of research is conductivity of heterogeneous systems, particularly, conductivity and permittivity aqueous colloidal solutions and their application to electrochemical energy sources.
List of conferences:
1) Ivan A. Churilin, Sergei P. Nikitin, Vladimir V. Moiseev, Oleg E. Naniy, Vladimir N. Treschikov. “Measurement of the phase transfer coefficient of optical cables with a two-pulse coherent reflectometer”. IV International conference “Engineering &Telecommunication – En&T 2017”, Dolgoprudny, 2017
2) Ivan A. Churilin, Daniil R. Harasov, Eduard A. Fomiryakov, Sergei P. Nikitin, Oleg E. Naniy, Vladimir N. Treschikov. “Impact of nonlinear effects on the operation of a phase-sensitive reflectometer in various fibers”, 61-st All-Russian scientific conference, MIPT, Dolgoprudny, 2018