PhD students:

  • Salim R. Maduar, Ph.D. in Physics and Mathematics, Moscow State University (2017). Thesis: Ionic equilibria and liquid flow in charged colloid systems

  • Alexander L. Dubov, Ph.D. in Physics and Mathematics, Moscow State University (2015). Thesis: Wetting and hydrodynamic properties of anisotropic superhydrophobic surfaces

  • Alexey V. Belyaev, Ph.D. in Physics and Mathematics, Moscow State University (2012). Thesis: Hydrodynamic and Electrokinetic Flows Near Superhydrophobic Surfaces

  • Artem N. Bogdanov

  • Lucy Y Clasohm, Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering, Univ. South Australia (2005). Thesis: A surface force apparatus study of the mercury/water interface with and without self-assembled monolayers.

  • Javier Garcia Turiel, Ph.D. in Chemistry, Univ. Amsterdam (2005). Thesis: Polymer thin films. Transport phenomena and surface forces.

  • Valentin V. Lulevich, Ph.D. in Physics and Mathematics, A.N.Frumkin IPCE RAS (2004). Thesis: Mechanical properties of polyelectrolyte multilayer microcapsules.

  • Gleb E. Yakubov, Ph.D. in Chemistry, A.N.Frumkin IPCE RAS (2002). Thesis: Surface and hydrodynamic forces measured with atomic force microscopy.

  • Postdocs and research fellows:

  • Gleb A. Kiselev (2003-2015). Scanning probe microscopy, developments of new methods to study thin film morphologies.

  • Olga A. Kiseleva (1989-2015). Impact of wetting properties of the solid-liquid interface on the amplification of a flow in thin capillaries.

  • Denis A. Andrienko (2002-2004). Theory of slippage past hydrophobic surfaces, capillary interactions, mechanics of microcapsules.

  • Jason N Connor (2002). Surface forces apparatus study of hydrodynamic interactions with drops.

  • Tai-Hsi Fan (2005). Theory of electrostatically and osmotically stretched vesicles and capsules, hydrodynamic interactions with nanobubble-coated surfaces.

  • Haofei Gong (2005-2006). Atomic force microscopy of morphologies of supported polyelectrolyte multilayers.

  • Byoung-Suhk (Brian) Kim (2004-2006). Assembly and properties of polyelectrolyte multilayer microcapsules.

  • Alexei G. Kalugin (2002). Theory of hydrodynamic interactions, plastic deformations of swollen microcapsules.

  • Kaloyan Koynov (2004-2006). Double-focus spacial fluorescence cross-correlation to probe hydrodynamic boundary conditions.

  • Olga V. Lebedeva (2004-2006). AFM studies of polyelectrolyte multilayer microcapsules, confocal microscopy.

  • Keita Mitsui (2000-2002). Stretching of proteins, combination of AFM with evanescent field.

  • Mikhail R. Stukan(2004-2006). MD simulations of polyelectrolytes near semi-permeable shells.

  • Roumen Tsekov (2007-2009). Theory of "wimples" in thin wetting films, electro-osmotic equilibria in heterogeneous nanosystems in the presence of polyions.

  • Krasimir Vasilev (2006). Surface plasmon resonance study of polyelectrolyte multilayer films.

  • Victor A. Ivanov (2010-2011). Computer simulations of polymer systems.

  • Long-term visitors

  • Evgeny A. Demekhin, Kuban State University, Krasnodar, Russia (2012).

  • Vladimir A. Lobaskin, School of Physics, University College Dublin, Ireland (2011-2013).

  • Roger G. Horn, Univ. South Australia, Adelaide, Australia (2001-2002).

  • Francois Feuillebois, ESPCI, Paris, France (2002).