Dr. Vladislav Kataev

Department:IFF - Magnetic and Acoustic Resonances
Position:Group leader EPR
Address:IFW Dresden
Helmholtzstraße 20
01069 Dresden
Telephone number:+49-351-4659-328
E-mail:V.Kataev(at)ifw-dresden.de



Welcome to my group Electron Paramagnetic Resonance

 ( a part of the IFF research unit "Magnetic Properties" )

Curriculum Vitae

Academic degrees

1979    Diploma with distinction in physics, Kazan State University, Kazan, USSR

1995    Doctor of Sciences Degree in Physics and Mathematics (comparable with Habilitation degree),
            Kazan State University, Russia

University and other higher education

1974 - 1979      study of physics at the Kazan State University, Kazan, USSR
                        Topic of the diploma thesis: "Influence of the crystalline electrical field on the ESR
                        of Er3+ in metallic berillium"

1986 - 1988       completion of doctoral work at the Kazan Physical Technical Institute of the Academy of
                        Sciences of the USSR, Kazan
                        Topic of the PhD thesis: Magnetic resonance investigation of crystalline electric field
                        effects and exchange interactions in metallic Van-Vleck paramagnets

1991 - 1995        completion of habilitation at the Kazan Physical Technical Institute of the Russian
                         Academy of Sciences, Kazan, Russia
                         Topic of the habilitation thesis: Investigation of the problem of doping and of the role
                         of structural factors in physics of novel superconducting materials

Appointments

since 1979         various positions at the Kazan Physical Technical Institute of the Russian Academy
                         of Sciences, Kazan, Russia
                         Last position: leading scientific researcher

1990 - 1991       post-doc with Prof. Dr. D. Wohlleben at the II Physical Institute,
                         University of Cologne, Germany

1992 - 1998       short-term stays as a visiting scientist at the II Physical Institute,
                         University of Cologne, Germany
                         (with Prof. H. Micklitz, Prof. R. Gross and Prof. A. Freimuth)

1998 - 1999       visiting scientist at the II Physical Institute, University of Cologne, Germany
                         (with Prof. A. Freimuth)

2001 - 2003       research associate at the II Physical Institute, University of Cologne, Germany
                         (with Prof. A. Freimuth)

from 10/2003    member of scientific staff, group leader EPR, Leibniz Institute for Solid State
                         and Materials Research Dresden, Germany

10-11/2014         visiting professor, Institute of Materials Research, Tohoku University Sendai

Topics of research interest

    • strong electronic correlations in solids (spin dynamics and correlations, magnetic and charge
       ordering phenomena, valence fluctuations, unconventional metallic state, metal-insulator transitions)

    • interplay between structural, magnetic and electronic properties in complex transition metal oxides

    • low dimensional quantum spin systems

    • novel and unconventional superconductors

    • magnetic resonance in solids

Experimental methods

    • electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR)

    • non resonant microwave absorption    

    • nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR)     

    • magnetization and thermodynamics