Mikhail E. Kozlov
Dr. Mikhail Kozlov is a Research Scientist at the NanoTech Institute, University of Texas at Dallas. He is responsible for research in nanotechnology, carbon nanotube composites, actuators, sensors, bio-nano systems, photonic crystals, scientific instrumentation. He utilizes high pressure, other techniques for syntheses of advanced materials and performs investigation of their mechanical, optical, transport and magnetic properties. He is in lead of development of novel carbon nanotube fibers, electro-mechanical actuators, fuel cells, various nano-devices. He has over 20 years of experience involving novel material and advanced instrumentation design.
Prior to joining NanoTech Institute, Dr. Mikhail Kozlov was a Member of Technical Staff at R&D Division of JDS Uniphase Corp. in NJ. He was in lead of development effort on diverse electro-optic equipment. In 1998-2001 he was affiliated with R&D Center of Honeywell Inc in Morristown, NJ where he worked on novel carbon materials and photonic devices for aerospace industry.
He has (co)authored over 64 papers and 6 patents in the field of nanofabrication, spectroscopy, technology of carbon, advanced instrumentation. He has been a lead investigator on a number government grants, supervised Ph.D students, post-doctoral fellows and a number of times presented invited talks at various national and international conferences.
Fuel Powered Artificial Muscles. Ebron, V. H.; Yang, Z.; Seyer, D. S.; Kozlov, M.; Oh, J.; Xie, H.; Razal, J.; Hall, L. J.; Ferraris, J. P.; MacDiarmid, A. G.; Baughman, R. H. NanoTech Institute, The University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson, TX, USA. Science (2006), 311 (5767), 1580 - 1583. (abstract) (full text)
Spinning Solid and Hollow Polymer-Free Carbon Nanotube Fibers , M . E. Kozlov, R. C. Capps, W. M. Sampson, V. H. Ebron, J. P. Ferraris, R. H. Baughman, Advanced Materials17, 614-617 (2005).
Multifunctional carbon nanotube composite fibers , E. Munoz, A. B. Dalton, S. Collins, M. Kozlov, J. Razal, J. N. Coleman, B. G. Kim, V. H. Ebron, M. Selvidge, J. P. Ferraris, R. H. Baughman, Advanced Engineering Materials6 801-804 (2004).
V 2O 5 Nanotube Actuators , G. Gu, M. Schmid, P.-W. Chiu, A. Minett, J. Fraysse, G.-T. Kim, S. Roth, M. Kozlov, E. Muñoz, and R. H. Baughman, Nature Materials, 2, 316-319 (2003).
Evidence for a solid phase of dodecahedral C20 , Z. Iqbal, Y. Zhang, H. Grebel, S. Vijayalakshmi, A. Lahamer, G. Benedek, M. Bernasconi, J. Cariboni, I. Spagnolatti, R. Sharma, F. J. Owens, M. E. Kozlov, K. V. Rao, M. Muhammed, European Physical Journal B: Condensed Matter Physics31, 509-515 (2003).
Spinning, processing, and applications of carbon nanotube filaments, ribbons, and yarns , A. Labovsky , R. C. Morris, M. Kozlov, A. Zakhidov, J. Matrunich, R. H. Baughman, US Patent US2002113335, PCT Int. Appl. (2002).
Metal sphere photonic crystals by nanomolding , L. Xu, W. Zhou, M. Kozlov, I. I. Khayrullin, I. Udod, A. Zakhidov, R. H. Baughman, J. B. Wiley, Journal of American Chemical Society123, 763-764 (2001).
Synthesis of three dimensionally periodic structures and functional composites by self-assembly of spheres , A. Zakhidov, R. Baughman, C. Cui, I. I. Khayrullin, Lo-Min Liu, I. Udod, Ji Su, M. Kozlov, US Patent US6261469, PCT Int. Appl. (2000)
The amorphous nature of C 60 hard carbon manifested in its specific heat, sound velocity and heat conduction, K. Biljakovic, M. Kozlov, D. Staresinic, M. Saint-Paul, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter14, 6403-6412 (2002).
Change of IR spectra of Ba 1-xK xBiO 3 crystals at the low-temperature phase transition, M. E. Kozlov, Xiaoli Ji, H. Minami and H. Uwe, Phys. Rev. B 56 , 12211-12216 (1997).
Spin-glass behavior of nanocrystalline diamond intercalated with potassium , M. E. Kozlov, H. Uwe, M. Tokumoto, K. Yakushi, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, 9, 8325-8332 (1997).
A key to the understanding of electron-molecular vibration coupling in organic charge-transfer salts: application of the two-site Hubbard model , M. E. Kozlov, V. A. Ivanov, K. Yakushi, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, 8, 1011-20 (1996).
Transformation of C 60 fullerenes into a superhard form of carbon at moderate pressure, M. E. Kozlov, M. Hirabayashi, K. Nozaki, M. Tokumoto and H. Ihara, Appl. Phys. Lett. 66 1199-1201 (1995).
Updated: November 12, 2007