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Institute for Problems in Mechanical Engineering
of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Institute for Problems in Mechanical Engineering of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Nikolai V. Skiba

Nikolai V. Skiba - Leading Researcher - Laboratory of Nanomaterials Mechanics and Theory of Defects

Nikolai V. Skiba
Position :
Leading Researcher
Academic degree :
Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences
199178, Saint-Petersburg, Boljshoy prospekt V.O., 61
Research interests :
Theory of defects, mechanisms of plastic deformation and fracture of nanostructured materials and composites.
Rewards :
Grant of the Foundation for the Support of National Science in the direction of "Engineering and technical sciences" for 2005.
Grants of the President of the Russian Federation for 2007, 2011 and 2016.
Acted as a head in the grants of the Government of St. Petersburg for young scientists (2002, 2004-2006, 2008, 2012 and 2013), RFFR grants for young scientists "My first grant" 2012-13 and support for young Ph. D 2016-19.
From 2016 to the present N.V. Skiba is a member of the editorial board of the scientific journal "Materials Physics and Mechanics".
Professional activity :

N.V. Skiba is the author of more than 60 scientificpapers in leading academic and international scientific journals (Physics of the Solid State, Technical Physics Letters,  Acta Materialia, Scripta Materialia, Phys. Rev. B, Int. J. Plasticity, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, Phil. Mag., Reviews on Advanced Materials Science, etc.) and 30 reports at international conferences and seminars. Within the framework of scientific activity at IPME RAS, theoretical models have been developed that describe new plastic deformation micromechanisms responsible for an unusual combination of ultrahigh strength and plasticity of nanostructured materials that is extremely important for practical applications. Also, theoretical models were developed to explain the key aspects of the plastic behavior of nanotwinned materials and composites with bimodal structure. For the first time, a theoretical description of the dependence of the yield strength on the parameters of the nanotwinned structure in nanotwinned materials is given, which makes it possible to develop recommendations for optimizing the structure of these materials in order to achieve a simultaneous combination of high strength and functional plasticity.

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