Master degree student

First time I visited IMD when I had my summer practice in 2015. There I met people who love their job and always could help/suggest and guide young scientists to reveal themselves. From that time I decided to connect my future life with science and nanotechnologies, in particular. I was very impressed about experiments that held there and about collaboration of Ukrainian researchers with foreign research groups. After that I got involved in research group where we were investigating properties of III-nitride materials, learned different technological (T-ALD, PA-ALD, MOSVD, ICP, diffusion furnaces) and diagnostics (SEM, XPS) equipment. During the time I spend in this group we have published two research articles one of which I have presented on ELNANO conference in Kyiv. I do hope we will be able to learn much more in future and jointly make an impact to the improvement of nanotechnology in Ukraine. I also do believe that IMD could set the pace to all research institutes in Ukraine and became one of the highest developed Institutes in Eastern Europe with huge impact to the Ukrainian and international research community future. I wish these conditions will attract much more young scientists who want to make their career in nanotechnology for the benefit of native land and mankind in general.


I am very proud to be a part of science team of IMD and hope for future successes.


With my best regards,


Master degree student,
Faculty of Electronics
Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute “KPI”
Kyiv, Ukraine
Phone: +380630581353


Visiting Scholar

I have visited IMD Campus in 2015 during the “IEEE 35th International Conference on Electronics and Nanotechnology” (IEEE-ELNANO) program. I was very impressed with the comprehensive micro/nano-scale device fabrication infrastructure although it needs some maintenance and upgrade effort. With very experienced scientists like Prof. Osinsky and highly motivated yougn scientists, I strongly believe that IMD can set a very good example in Ukraine and Eastern Europe in reviving the scientific research and technological development by leading their effort for a unique “Eastern Europe Research Center”, which will attract highly talented researchers in the surrounding area for a career in nanotechnology.


I am more than very pleased to support such a research center in all means possible and do hope for solid long-term collaborations with IMD and the new research center under IMD’s leadership.


With my best regards,


Visiting Scholar
Utah State University
Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept.
4120 Old Main Hill, Logan, UT 84322-4120