2016 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For seminal contributions to the physics of liquid crystal colloids, topological solitons, and related soft matter systems
His primary areas of study are Liquid crystal, Optics, Nanotechnology, Condensed matter physics and Chemical physics. His Liquid crystal research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Particle, Self-assembly, Colloid, Topological defect and Anisotropy. His work in Optics covers topics such as Phase which are related to areas like Phase transition, Solubility, Drug carrier and Mineralogy.
His work carried out in the field of Nanotechnology brings together such families of science as Liquid-crystal display, Plasmon, Chemical engineering and Optical tweezers. His work on Skyrmion, Dislocation and Frustration as part of general Condensed matter physics research is often related to Perpendicular, thus linking different fields of science. His Chemical physics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Elasticity, Thermotropic crystal, Capillary action and Colloidal crystal.
Ivan I. Smalyukh mainly investigates Liquid crystal, Optics, Condensed matter physics, Nanotechnology and Chemical physics. His Liquid crystal research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Colloid, Soft matter, Optical tweezers, Topological defect and Anisotropy. His work deals with themes such as Optoelectronics and Electric field, which intersect with Optics.
His Condensed matter physics research incorporates themes from Field and Phase. His study looks at the relationship between Nanotechnology and topics such as Plasmon, which overlap with Surface plasmon resonance, Metamaterial and Photonic metamaterial. His study looks at the relationship between Chemical physics and fields such as Particle, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
Ivan I. Smalyukh focuses on Liquid crystal, Chemical physics, Condensed matter physics, Skyrmion and Anisotropy. His Liquid crystal research integrates issues from Particle, Colloid, Soft matter, Field and Topology. His Chemical physics research incorporates elements of Symmetry, Electrostatics, Phase diagram and Topological defect.
His studies deal with areas such as Conical surface and Magnetic storage as well as Condensed matter physics. His Skyrmion research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Branches of physics and Classical mechanics. The Anisotropy study combines topics in areas such as Isotropy, Self assembling, Dipole and Surface charge.
His primary scientific interests are in Liquid crystal, Skyrmion, Condensed matter physics, Field and Optoelectronics. He interconnects Chemical physics, Ferromagnetism, Boundary value problem, Classical mechanics and Topology in the investigation of issues within Liquid crystal. Ivan I. Smalyukh combines subjects such as Self-assembly, Colloid, Optical tweezers and Phase diagram with his study of Chemical physics.
His Skyrmion research focuses on Branches of physics and how it relates to Magnetic storage, Knot theory and Homogeneous space. In the subject of general Condensed matter physics, his work in Spintronics is often linked to Surface and Perpendicular, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His Optoelectronics study incorporates themes from Porosity, Nanoscopic scale, Azobenzene and Birefringence.
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Self-alignment of plasmonic gold nanorods in reconfigurable anisotropic fluids for tunable bulk metamaterial applications.
Qingkun Liu;Yanxia Cui;Dennis Gardner;Xin Li.
Nano Letters (2010)
Shape-Controlled Colloidal Interactions in Nematic Liquid Crystals
Clayton P. Lapointe;Clayton P. Lapointe;Thomas G. Mason;Ivan I. Smalyukh.
Three-dimensional structure and multistable optical switching of triple-twisted particle-like excitations in anisotropic fluids
Ivan I. Smalyukh;Yves Lansac;Yves Lansac;Noel A. Clark;Rahul P. Trivedi.
Nature Materials (2010)
Bohdan Senyuk;Qingkun Liu;Sailing He;Randall D. Kamien.
Three-dimensional imaging of orientational order by fluorescence confocal polarizing microscopy
I.I. Smalyukh;S.V. Shiyanovskii;O.D. Lavrentovich.
Chemical Physics Letters (2001)
Elasticity-mediated self-organization and colloidal interactions of solid spheres with tangential anchoring in a nematic liquid crystal.
Ivan I. Smalyukh;Oleg D. Lavrentovich;A. N. Kuzmin;A. V. Kachynski.
Physical Review Letters (2005)
Structure and dynamics of liquid crystalline pattern formation in drying droplets of DNA.
Ivan I. Smalyukh;Ivan I. Smalyukh;Olena V. Zribi;John C. Butler;Oleg D. Lavrentovich.
Physical Review Letters (2006)
Preparation and in vitro characterization of a eutectic based semisolid self-nanoemulsified drug delivery system (SNEDDS) of ubiquinone: mechanism and progress of emulsion formation
S Nazzal;I.I Smalyukh;O.D Lavrentovich;Mansoor A Khan.
International Journal of Pharmaceutics (2002)
Topography from topology: photoinduced surface features generated in liquid crystal polymer networks.
Michael E. McConney;Angel Martinez;Vincent P. Tondiglia;Kyung Min Lee.
Advanced Materials (2013)
Ordered droplet structures at the liquid crystal surface and elastic-capillary colloidal interactions.
Ivan I. Smalyukh;S. Chernyshuk;B. I. Lev;A. B. Nych.
Physical Review Letters (2004)
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