Чегель Володимир Іванович

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Volodymyr (a.k.a. Vladimir) Chegel

 

 




Volodymyr (a.k.a. Vladimir) Chegel, born 1949

1971

graduated from Engineer - Physics Dept. of East-Ukraine University 

 

1971-1989

Engineer – Leader engineer, “Crystal”, “Oktava” State firms

 

1987

graduated from Radio-Physics Dept. of Kiev State University 

 

since 1989

Senior Fellow, Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of Semiconductor Physics, Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, in 2002

obtained PhD degree (thesis “An influence of dielectric characteristics of ambient and external factors on parameters of physical and biological sensors, based on surface plasmon resonance.”: Prof. Yu. M. Shirshov )

 

2000

Visiting researcher at the Autonoma University of Barcelona, Spain (Lab. Prof. S. Allegret).

 

2000

Visiting researcher at the Institute of Chemical and Biosensors of Regensburg University, Germany (Lab. Prof. O.Wolfbeis).

 

2000, 2001, 2003,

2005, 2010

Visiting researcher, Visiting Professor at the Chemical Faculty of Jerusalem University, Israel (Lab. Prof. I.Willner).

 

2003

Visiting researcher at the Institute of Physic-Chemistry Russian Academy of Science, (Lab. Prof. V.Arslanov).

 

2004-2005

Visiting professor at the Madrid University Autonoma (Lab. Prof. V.Fernandez).

 

2005

Visiting researcher at the Laboratory of Biomolecular Electronics, Ecole Centrale de Lyon, France, (Lab. Prof. Nicole Jaffrezic-Renault).

 

2005

Visiting Professor at the Faculty of Bioengineering of Istanbul Technical University, Turkey, (Dep. Prof. M.Mustafaev).

 

2006, 2007

Visiting researcher at the Institute of BioScience and Technology, Cranfield University, UK. (Dep. Prof. A.Turner).

 

2006

Visiting researcher at the Ottawa Institute for Chemical Process and Environmental Technology, National Research Council of Canada, (Lab. Dr. M.Guiver).

 

2006, 2007, 2008

Visiting researcher at the Department of Electrical Engineering

and Computer Science The University of Michigan, USA, (Lab.Prof. L.Jay Guo).

 

2006

Visiting Professor at the Faculty of Bioingeneering of Istanbul Technical University, Turkey, (Dep. Prof. M.Mustafaev).

 

2007

Visiting researcher at the Institut Préparatoire aux Etudes Sceintifique et Techniques (IPEST), Tunis, Tunisia, (Lab. Prof. Adnane Abdelghan).

 

2008

Visiting researcher at the Faculty of Chemical Engineering on Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, (Dep. Prof. Costas G. Panayiotou).

 

2009

Visiting Professor at the Institute of NanoScience, Maroc, (Lab. Prof. Moustafa Bousmina).

 

2010

Visiting Professsor on National Institute of Material Science, Tsukuba, Japan, (Lab. Prof. Katsuhiko ARIGA).

 

since 2011

Senior Research Fellow (against contract),  Institute of Biochemistry, National Academy of Sciences

 

since 2012

Docent,  Institute of High Technologies at T.Shevchenko Kiev National University

 

 

Research areas:

  • Molecular Plasmonics

  • Nanoscience

  • Biological, chemical and electrochemical sensors

  • Development of optoelectronic devices

Awards, grants:

  • 1995-1998 INTAS grant (UA95-0161),

  • 1997- 1999 grant INCO COPERNICUS PL 965131

  • 2004-2005 grant of SPAIN ministry of science and education.

  • 2005-2007 NATO CLG grant PDD(CP)-(CBP.NUKR.CLG981776).

  • 2010 – JSPS grant for scientific research in Japan 2010.

Publications:

  • 33 refereed publications, 3 chapters in books, 4 patents

  • h-index (December 2012) = 12

  • List of selected publications:

     

    1. Beketov G.V., Shirshov Yu.M., Shinkarenko E.V., Chegel V.I. Surface plasmon resonance spectroscopy: prospects of superstrate refractive index variation for separate extraction of molecular layer parameters. // Sensors & Actuators.- 1998. -B48.- pp.425-432.

    2. Chegel V.I., Shirshov Y.M., Piletskaya E.V., Piletsky S.A.. Surface Plasmon Resonance Sensor for pesticide detection. // Sensors & Actuators.- B48.- 1998.- pp.456-461.

    3. V.Chegel, Yu.Shirshov, S.Avilov, S.Verevka, M.Demchenko, M.Mustafaev. Oxidized polysaccharides as matrix structures for surface plasmon resonance biosensors. // Functional Materials, 7, 4 (1), 2000. pp.703-710.

    4. V. Chegel, Yu. Shirshov, M. Demchenko, Z. Mustafaeva, S. Avilov. Polymeric gel structures for liquid chromatography. Characterization by surface plasmon resonance. // Functional Materials, 7, 4 (1), 2000. p.717-722.

    5. V. Chegel, O. Raitman, E. Katz, R. Gabai, I. Willner. Photonic Transduction of Electrochemically-triggered redox-functions of polyaniline films using surface plasmon resonance spectroscopy. // Chem. Commun., 2001, pp.883-884.

    6. Gabai R., Sallacan N., Chegel V., Bourenko T., Katz E and Willner I. Characterization of swelling of acryamidophenilboronic acid-acrylamide hydrogels upon interaction with glucose by Faradaic Sprctroscopy, Chronopotentiometry, quartz-crystal microbalance(QCM) and surface plasmon resonsnce (SPR) experiments. // J.Phys.Chem. B 2001, 105, pp. 8196-8202.

    7. Raitman O., Katz E., Willner I., Chegel V. and Popova G. Photonic Transduction of a Three-State Electronic Memory and of Electrochemical Sensing of NADH Using Surface Plasmon Resonance Spectroscopy. // Angewandte Chemie.- 2001.- 40.- No.19.- pp. 3649-3652.

    8. G.I. Dovbeshko, V.I. Chegel, N.Y. Gridina, O.P. Repnytska, Y.M. Shirshov, V.P. Tryndiak, I.M. Todor, S.A.Zynio. Surface enhanced infrared absorption of nucleic acids on gold substrate. // Semiconductor Physics, Quantum Electronics & Optoelectronics. 2001. V. 4, N 3. pp. 202-206.

    9. V.I. Chegel, Yu.M. Shirshov, S.O. Kostyukevich, P.E. Shepeliavy, Yu.V. Chegel. Experimental investigations and computer modelling of the photochemical processes in Ag-As2S3 structures using surface plasmon resonance spectroscopy. // Semiconductor Physics, Quantum Electronics & Optoelectronics. 2001. V4, N 4. pp.301-306.

    10. L.I. Berezhinsky, V.I. Chegel, Yu.M. Shirshov, G.I. Dovbeshko, O.V.Melnichuk. SPR-spectroscopy of protein molecules adsorbed in microwave field. Semiconductor Physics, Quantum Electronics & Optoelectronics. // 2001. V4, N 4. pp.343-347.

    11. V. Chegel, Yu. Shirshov, S. Avilov, M. Demchenko, M. Mustafaev. A novel aldehyde dextran sulfonate matrix for affinity biosensors. // J.Biochem.Biophys Methods. 2002 V.50, pp.201-216.

    12. Maya Zayats, Oleg Raitman, Vladimir Chegel, Andrej Haritonov and Itamar Willner. Probing Antigen-Antibody Binding Processes by Impedance Measurements on ISFET Devices and Complementary Surface Plasmon Resonance Analyses: The Development of Cholera Toxin Sensors. // Anal. Chem.-2002.- V.74.- pp.4763-4773.

    13. Vladimir Chegel, Oleg A. Raitman, Oleg Lioubashevski, Yuriy Shirshov, Eugenii Katz and Itamar Willner. Redox-Switching of Electrorefractive, Electrochromic and Conductivity Functions of Cu2+/Polyacrylic Acid Films Associated with Electrodes. // Advanced materials.- 2002.-V.14, N21.-pp.1549-1553.

    14. G.I. Dovbeshko, V.I. Chegel, N.Y. Gridina, O.P. Repnytska, Y.M. Shirshov, V.P. Tryndiak, I.M. Todor, G.I. Solyanik. Surface enhanced infrared absorption of nucleic acids from tumour cells: an FTIR reflectance study. // Biospectroscopy. –2002. –V.67, Issue 6. –pp. 470-486.

    15. Oleg Raitman, Vladimir Chegel, Andrei B. Kharitonov, Maya Zayats, Eugenii Katz and Itamar Willner. Analysis of NAD(P)+ and NAD(P)H Cofactors by Means of Imprinted Polymers Associated with Au-Surfaces: Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR) Study. // Analytica Chimica Acta.- 2004.- 504.- pp.101-111.

    16. G.I. Dovbeshko, V.I.Chegel, Yu.M. Shirshov, O.M. Fesenko. Experimental and calculated enhancement factor in the SEIRA method // Proceedings of SPIE. Ed. S.Sveshnikov, S.Kostyukevich., SPIE, Washington, 2004, V 5507, pp.386-395.

    17. Oleg Lioubashevsky, Vladimir Chegel, Fernando Patolsky , Eugenii Katz , Itamar Willner. Enzyme-Catalyzed Bio-Pumping of Electrons into Au-Nanoparticles: A Surface Plasmon Resonance and Electrochemical Study. // Journal of American Chemical Society.-2004.-pp.7133-7143.

    18. Vladimir Chegel, Yu. Shirshov. Surface Plasmon Resonance sensing: The possibilities and limits. // Sensor’s Electronics and Microsystems Technology.- 2004.-pp.34-49.

    19. G.I. Dovbeshko, O.P. Gnatyuk, V.I. Chegel, Y.M. Shirshov, D.V. Kosenkov, E.A. Andreev, H.A. Tajmir-Riahi, P.M. Lytvyn. Gold and colloidal gold surface influence on DNA conformational change. Semiconductor Physics, Quantum Electronics & Optoelectronics. // 2004. V6, N 3. pp.318-325.

    20. V. Chegel. Electrochemically induced processes at the gold-polyaniline film interface: Surface plasmon resonance study. // Functional materials.-2005.- pp. 355-361

    21. Michael Riskin, Bernhard Basnar, Vladimir I. Chegel, Eugenii Katz, Itamar Willner, Feng Shi, and Xi Zhang. Switchable Surface Properties through the Electrochemical or Biocatalytic Generation of Ag0 Nanoclusters on Monolayer-Functionalized Electrodes. // Journal of American Chemical Society.-2006.-128(4).-pp.1253-1260.

    22. V. Chegel, Yu. Demidenko, V. Lozovski, A. Tsykhonya. Influence of the shape of the particles covering the metal surface on the dispersion relations of surface plasmons. // Surface Science.- 2008.-pp.1540-1546.

    23. Irina Benilova, Vladimir I. Chegel, Yuri V. Ushenin, Jasmina Vidic, Alexey P. Soldatkin, Claude Martelet, Edith Pajot, Nicole Jaffrezic-Renault. Simulation of human olfactory receptor 17-40 with odorants probed by surface plasmon resonance. // European biophysics journal.-2008.- 37(6).- pp. 807-814.

    24. Namik Akkilic, Zeynep Mustafaeva, Mamed Mustafaev, Volodymyr Chegel. Conformational Dynamics of Poly(acrylic acid) - Bovine Serum Albumin Polycomplexes at different pH conditions. // Macromolecular Symposia.- 2008.- 269.- pp.138–144.

    25. A.M. Lopatynskyi, O. G. Lopatynska, M. D. Guiver, L. V. Poperenko, V. I. Chegel. Factor of interfacial potential for the surface plasmon-polariton resonance sensor response. // Semiconductor Physics, Quantum Electronics & Optoelectronics. V.11.- N4, 2008.- pp.325-326.

    26. V. Chegel, Yu. Chegel, M. Guiver, A. Lopatynskyi, O. Lopatynska, V. Lozovski. 3D-quantification of biomolecular covers using surface plasmon-polariton resonance experiment. // Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical. B 134, 2008, pp. 66–71.

    27. Vladimir Chegel, Michael J Whitcombe, Nicholas W Turner, Sergey A Piletsky. Deposition of Functionalized Polymer Layers in Surface Plasmon Resonance Immunosensors by In-Situ Polymerization in the Evanescent Wave Field. // Biosensors and Bioelectronics 24, 2009, pp.1270–1275.

    28. V. Chegel, B. Lucas, J. Guo, A. Lopatynskyi, O. Lopatynska, L. Poperenko. Detection of biomolecules using optoelectronic biosensor based on localized surface plasmon resonance. Nanoimprint lithography approach // Semiconductor Physics, Quantum Electronics & Optoelectronics. – 2009.- pp. 91-97.

    29. A.M. Lopatynskyi, O.G. Lopatynska, V.I. Chegel. Comparative analysis of response modes for gold nanoparticle biosensor based on localized surface plasmon resonance // Semiconductor Physics, Quantum Electronics & Optoelectronics. – 2010.- V.4.- pp.113-118.

    30. Andrii Lopatynskyi, Olga Lopatynska, Jay Guo and Volodymyr Chegel. Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance Biosensor: Theoretical Study of Sensitivity – Extended Mie Approach. Part I // IEEE sensors.-2011.-V.11.-pp. 361-369.

    31. Riskin M, Ben-Amram Y, Tel-Vered R, Chegel V, Almog J, Willner I. Molecularly imprinted au nanoparticles composites on au surfaces for the surface plasmon resonance detection of pentaerythritol tetranitrate, nitroglycerin, and ethylene glycol dinitrate. // Analytical Chemistry.- 2011.-V.83(8).- pp.3082-3088.

    32. Volodymyr Chegel, Oleksandre Rachkov, Andrii Lopatynskyi, Shinsuke Ishihara, Igor Yanchuk, Jonathan P. Hill, and Katsuhiko Ariga. Gold Nanoparticles Aggregation: Drastic Effect of Cooperative Functionalities in a Single Molecular Conjugate. // Journal of Physical Chemistry.- 2011.- DOI: 10.1021/jp209251y.

    33. Volodymyr Chegel, Andrii Lopatynskyi, Shinsuke Ishihara, Jonathan P. Hill, Katsuhiko Ariga. Ag nanoparticle-poly(acrylic acid) composite film with dynamic plasmonic properties // Aust. J. Chem. – 2012. – Vol. 65, №9. – P. 1223–1227.

     

    Patents:

    1. Yu.M. Shirshov, E.F.Venger, A,V,Prohorovich, Yu.V.Ushenin, E.P.Macas, V.I.Chegel, A.V.Samojlov. The method for detection and determination of concentration of biomolecules and molecular complexes and device therefore. // Patent Ukraine UA46018 (U).- 2002.

    2. S. Piletsky, V. Chegel, M. Whitcombe. Photo-activation by surface plasmon resonance. // Patent Great Britain WO 2008/012560 A1.

    3. V. Chegel, O. Beljaev, J. Guo, A. Lopatynskyi, L. Brandon, O. Kukla, O. Pavljuchenko. Localized Plasmon Resonance Biosensor // Patent Ukraine UA65947 (U).- 2011.

    4. V. Chegel, O. Demchenko, V.Lytvyn, A. Lopatynskyi, O. Kukla, O. Pavljuchenko, V.Nazarenko. Optoelectronic biosensor - fluorimeter // Patent Ukraine UA75984 (U).- 2012.

     

    Chapters in book:

    1. Dovbeshko G.I., Chegel V.I., Paschuk O.P., Shirshov Yu.M, Nasarova A., Kosenkov D., Fesenko O. Biological Molecule Conformations Probed and Enhanced by Metal and Carbon Nanostructures. // In Book, Fronties of Multifunctional Integrated Nanosystems, Ed.: E. Buzaneva, P. Scharff, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2003, pp.467-485.

    2. Chegel V., Rightman O., Shirshov Yu. et al. // In book, Investigation in the field of sensor’s system and technology. Ed. G.V Elska, V.D. Pohodenko.- Institute of Molecular Biology and Genetics, Kiev, 2006. pp.180-195.

    3. V.I. Chegel. Nanostructured materials for biosensor application. Comparative review of preparation methods. In book: RSC Nanoscience and Nanotechnology No. 24. Manipulation of Nanoscale Materials: An Introduction of Nanoarchitectonics. Edited by Katsuhiko Ariga. Published by Royal Society of Chemistry, 2012. P. 318-357

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