"> Lyubomir Aleksandrov – IGIC BAS

Address

IGIC-BAS, Acad. G. Bonchev Str., Blg. 11, room 324, 325

Contact Information

Call: + 359 2 979 3901

Email: lubomir@svr.igic.bas.bg, lubomirivov@gmail.com

Lyubomir Aleksandrov

Associate professor, PhD

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Research areas

Synthesis and structural characterization of amorphous, glass-crystalline and polycrystalline materials for optics, optoelectronics, waste storage and catalysis applications.

  • Development of new glass compositions with the participation of non-traditional glass formers – МоО3, WO3, Nb2O3.
  • Investigation the tendency of immiscibility of the liquids and the consequences of their occurrence.
  • Study of thermal behavior of new amorphous, polycrystalline and hybrid materials.
  • Crystallization kinetics of amorphous materials.

Selected papers

  1. N. Nedyalkov, M. Koleva, N. Stankova, R. Nikov, A. Dikovska, L. Aleksandrov, R. Iordanova, G. Atanasova, D. Karashanova, K. Grochowska, G. Sliwinski,
    All optical formation and decomposition of silver nanoparticles in glass”,
    Applied Surface Science, 495, 143546, 2019.
    N. Rangelova, L. Aleksandrov, S. Nenkova,
    Synthesis and characterization of pectin/SiO2 hybrid materials”,
    Journal of Sol-Gel Science and Technology, 85, 330, 2018.
    L. Aleksandrov, T. Komatsu, K. Shonozaki, T. Honma, R. Iordanova,
    Structure of MoO3-WO3-La2O3-B2O3 glasses and crystallization of LaMo1-xWxBO6 solid solution”,
    Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, 429, 171, 2015.
    L. Aleksandrov, R. Iordanova, Y. Dimitriev, N. Georgiev, T. Komatsu,
    Eu3+ doped 1La2O3:2WO3:1B2O3 glass and glass–ceramic”,
    Optical Materials 36, 1366, 2014.
    L. Aleksandrov, T. Komatsu, R. Iordanova, Y. Dimitriev,
    Structure study of MoO3-ZnO-B2O3 glasses by Raman spectroscopy and formation of a-ZnMoO4 nanocrystals”,
    Optical Materials, 33, 839, 2011.

Professional experience:

  1. 2002

    bachelor degree – Department of Metallurgy

    University of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy, Sofia, Bulgaria.
  2. 2004

    master degree – Department of Silicate Materials

    University of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy, Sofia, Bulgaria.
  3. 2009

    PhD degree

    IGIC-BAS
  4. 2009

    chemist, Laboratory of High temperature oxide materials

    IGIC-BAS
  5. 2012

    assist. Prof., Laboratory of High temperature oxide materials

    IGIC-BAS
  6. 2021

    associate professor, Laboratory of High temperature oxide materials

    IGIC-BAS

Specializations abroad:

  1. Austria
    Technical University of Vienna
  2. Japan
    Nagaoka University of Technology
  3. Germany
    Friedrich-Schiller University of Jena

International cooperation

  • Japan
    Functional Glass Engineering Laboratory, Nagaoka University of Technology,
  • India
    Department of Physics, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar