VLADIMIR BURTMAN portrait
  • Research Associate, Geology & Geophysics
  • Adjunct Assistant Professor, Physics And Astronomy

Research Statement

My expertise cover topics related to Physics and Geophyics such as:

Nanotechnologies, Physics, Chemistry, Earth Science and related ecology topics, Chemical technologies, Material Science and Energy science.

 

Topics in Physics are associated with following fields:

Mesophysics, Molecular nanomaterials and nanoelectronics. Metrological methods for molecular electronics. Physics of self-assembled monolayers (SAMs) and hybrid materials with an emphasis on low-dimensional and nanoscale devices. Investigation of fundamental electronic, optical and optoelectronic properties of materials in nanoscale.  Design and development of nanoelectronics systems.  Molecular Spintronics and Magnetism. Mathematical Physics and Inversed Problems.
 

Topics in Geophysics are associated with:

EM modeling, Complex Resitivity measurements, Conductivity models of fluids and rocks relevant to mineral and petrolium exploration, Production monitoring, Enviromental Monitoring and Green Technologies

Publications in last 5 Years

 (a) Physics:

V. Burtman, 2012, Molecular Self-Assemblies Based on Naphthalene Moiety, chapter 1 in Naphthalene: Structure, Properties and Applications, Editors: Gleb I. Antsyforov and Alyona F. Ivanski, Chemical Engineering Methods and Technology series, Nova Scientific Publisher House,  ISBN: 978-1-61942-550-7.

V. Burtman, 2011, Molecular Orbital Gap Studies in Tunneling Single Molecular Devices, Nova Scientific Publisher House, Series: Physics Research and Technology, ISBN: 978-1-61122-786-4.   

V. Burtman, A. Zelichonok and A. V. Pakoulev, 2011, Molecular Photovoltaics in Nanoscale Dimension (Review): International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 12, 173-225; doi: 10.3390/ijms12010173.

V. Burtman, 2011, Transport Studies in Molecular Devices: Chapter 6 in Molecular Self-Assembly: Advances in Chemistry, Biology and Nanotechnology, Editors: James P. Comrie, Series: Chemical Engineering Methods and Technology; Biotechnology in Agriculture, Industry and Medicine, ISBN: 978-1-61122-412-2.

A. V. Pakoulev, V. Burtman, 2010, Study of the transport mechanism in molecular self-assembling devices (Invited paper): Applied Physics A, Volume 98, Issue 4, pp.717-734, doi 10.1007/s00339-009-5531-5.

A. V. Pakoulev, D. Zaslavsky, V. Burtman, 2010, Photocurrent Study of the Transport Mechanism in Molecular Self-Assembling Field Effect Transistors: Transistors: Chapter 6 in Types, Materials and Applications, pp.133-174, Electrical Engineering Developments series,  Editor: Benjamin M. Fitzgerald, ISBN: 978-1-61668-908-7.

A. V. Pakoulev,  D. Zaslavsky and V. Burtman, 2009 Photocurrent Study of the Transport Mechanism in Molecular Self-Assembling Field Effect Transistors; Chapter 5 in Integrated Circuits, Photodiodes and Organic  Field Effect Transistors, .pp. 115-159, Editors: Robert McIntire and Pierre Donnell,   ISBN: 978-1-60692-660-4.

A. V. Pakoulev, V. Burtman, 2009, Temperature Dependent Barrier Crossover Regime in Tunneling Single Molecular Devices Based on the Matrix of Isolated Molecules: Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 113 (51), pp 21413–21421, doi: 10.1021/jp9056576.

 

(B) Geophysics:

M. S. Zhdanov, V. Burtman, M. Endo, G.  A. Wilson, 2012, Laboratory-based GEMTIP analysis of spectral IP data for mineral discrimination: SEG 31, Expanded Abstracts, 5 pages, doi:10.1190/segam2012-1268.1.

V. Burtman, M. Endo, M. S. Zhdanov, Thomas Ingeman-Nielsen, 2012, Spectral induced polarization measurements of hydrocarbon-bearing rocks and fluids:  EAGE, 5th Saint Petersburg International Conference-Geoscience, Expanded Abstract, 4pages.

V. Burtman, M. Endo, M. S. Zhdanov, Thomas Ingeman-Nielsen, 2011, High-frequency induced polarization measurements of hydrocarbon-bearing rocks: SEG 31, Expanded Abstracts, 4pages.

V. Burtman, M. Endo, M. S. Zhdanov, Thomas Ingeman-Nielsen, 2011, Induced polarization measurements of hydrocarbon-bearing rocks:  Consortium for Electromagnetic Modeling and Inversion, Proceedings of 2011 Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, 3-27.

V. Burtman, M. Endo, L. Fu, and M. S. Zhdanov, 2011. Generalized effective-medium theory of time-domain induced polarization: Theory, modeling, and applications: Consortium for Electromagnetic Modeling and Inversion, Proceedings of 2011 Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, 27-52.

V. Burtman, A. V. Gribenko, and M. S. Zhdanov, 2010, Advances in experimental research of induced polarization effect in reservoir rocks: SEG 29 Expanded Abstracts, 2475-2479, doi:10.1190/1.3513351.

Burtman, V., A. Gribenko, and M. S. Zhdanov, 2010, Advances in experimental research of induced polarization effect in reservoir rocks: Proceedings of the CEMI 2010 Annual meeting, 53-72.

V. Burtman, A. V. Gribenko, and M. S. Zhdanov, 2009, Induced polarization in hydrocarbon-saturated sands and sandstones: experimental study and general effective medium modeling: SEG 28, Expanded Abstracts, 774-778.

V. Burtman, M. S. Zhdanov, 2009, Method and Apparatus for Measuring Magnetic Fields, Patent US 20110175603

Research Keywords

  • Surfaces and Interfaces
  • Surface Physics
  • Surface Chemistry
  • Self-assembly, nanomaterial, Nanowire, Nanodevice, Charge Transfer, Single-Molecule Spectroscopy, Fluorescence Sensor, Optoelectronic Sensor, Explosive Detection, Organic Photovoltaic, Solar Cell
  • Self-assembled super intelligent nanoparticulates for sensitive and resistant tumor targeting
  • Self-Assembly of Macromolecules
  • Nanotechnology
  • Nanostructured Materials
  • Nanoscience
  • Nanomaterials
  • Nanoelectronics
  • Molecular Electronics
  • Geophysical electromagnetic theory and practice
  • Energy Geosciences
  • Electronic Devices
  • Computer Simulation or Modeling

Research Groups