Assoc. Professor Alexander Goikhman

Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University

LECTURE: The functional methods for synthesizing thin film structures.

Alexander Goikhman graduated from and received his Candidate of Science degree at the Faculty of Experimental and Theoretical Physics, Solid State and Nanosystems department, Moscow Engineering Physics Institute (now National Nuclear Research University MEPhI). Since 2008 he has been doing research in the Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, Kaliningrad, Russia. In 2016, Alexander Goikhman became the Director of the Functional Nanomaterials Research and Education Centre, Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University.

His main research interests are quite broad in scope: nanoscale solid state physics, magnetism, magnetic materials and spintronics. His current research interests focus on designing and synthesizing novel thin film functional materials and structures to be applied in x-ray optics, spintronics, medicine and pharmacology and many other industries.