Professor Albert G. Nasibulin
Nasibulin, Ph.D., Dr. Sc., Docent is
Adjunct Professor, Department of Applied Physics
and Center for New Materials, Aalto University,
He is also
Chief Scientist/Consultant of Canatu Ltd, Finland and
Deputy Manager of NanoMaterials Group, Department of Applied Physics,
Aalto University, Finland.
His papers include The role of metal nanoparticles in the catalytic production of single-walled carbon nanotubes — a review, Correlation between catalyst particle and single-walled carbon nanotube diameters, Carbon nanotubes and onions from carbon monoxide using Ni(acac)2 and Cu(acac)2 as catalyst precursors, An essential role of CO2 and H2O during single-walled CNT synthesis from carbon monoxide, Single-walled carbon nanotube synthesis using ferrocene and iron pentacarbonyl in a laminar flow reactor, and Unambiguous atomic structural determination of single-walled carbon nanotubes by electron diffraction. Read the full list of his publications!
Albert earned his M.S. in Chemistry at Kemerovo State University, Russia in 1994 with a specialization in Solid State Chemistry. His thesis was “Kinetic analysis of oscillatory decomposition of silver azide (AgN3) under photolysis and radiolysis”. He earned his Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry at Kemerovo State University, Russia in 1996 with the dissertation “Binary nucleation of supersaturated glycerine vapor in the vicinity of the phase transition lines”. He earned his Habilitation (Doctor of Science — the highest scientific degree in Russia) at Saint-Petersburg Technical State University, Russia in 2011 with the dissertation “Development of technologies of nanoparticle and carbon nanotube synthesis by chemical vapor deposition method”. He holds patent Method, computer program and apparatus for the characterization of molecules.
Albert is fluent in Bashkirian, English, and Russian and has intermediate knowledge of Finnish. Read Hydrogen opens the road to graphene … and graphane.