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Artem Maksov

Energy Conversion and Storage

Biography

Supervising Faculty: Bobby Sumpter

Originally from Moscow, Russia, Artem got involved in research as an undergraduate with Dr. Michael D. Barnes’s group at University of Massachusetts Amherst, where his main goals were development and application of modern computational methods for problems in the areas of data analysis, signal processing and automation of scientific process. Artem is primarily interested in interdisciplinary research combining chemistry, physics and computer science, as applied to development and characterization of energy-related materials. This can be achieved with unique computational capabilities of ORNL, making demanding algorithms viable for addressing both classical and quantum mechanical problems at variable length and time scales. In order to achieve these goals, Artem is now working with Bobby Sumpter in Nanomaterials Theory Institute at the Center for Nanophase Material Sciences.


Education

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, Summa Cum Laude – University of Massachusetts Amherst

Bachelor of Arts in Economics, Summa Cum Laude – University of Massachusetts Amherst

Associate of Science in Chemistry – Springfield Technical Community College


Publications

A. Cyphersmith, A. Maksov, R. Hassey-Paradise, K. D. McCarthy, and M. D. Barnes, "Defocused Emission Patterns from Chiral Fluorophores: Application to Chiral Axis Orientation Determination," J. Phys. Chem. Lett., 2 (6), 661–665 (2011)

A. Cyphersmith, K. Early, A. Maksov, J. Graham, Y. Wang, and M. Barnes, "Disentangling the role of linear transition dipole in band-edge emission from single CdSe/ZnS quantum dots: Combined linear anisotropy and defocused emission pattern imaging," Appl. Phys. Lett. 97, 121915 (2010)


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