Belous Anatolii Grygoryvich was born on May 8, 1951, village Hrushka, Kamyanets-Podolskyi district, Khmelnytskyi region, Ukraine.
AREA OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGICAL ACTIVITIES
Natural sciences of the physical-mathematical and chemical fields, earth science;
Technical sciences and technology, materials science
Highest scientific degree: Doctor of Chemistry
Highest academic status: Professor, Full member of NAS of Ukraine
The specialty by the document on higher education: electronic engineer, Graduated from the Kyiv Polytechnic Institute (radioelectronics faculty) in 1974, Kyiv, Ukraine
Studied at the post-graduate courses of the L.Ya.Karpov Research Institute of Physical Chemistry in 1974-1977 (Moscow, Russia. Defended a Ph.D. thesis (candidate of technical sciences, specialty: semiconductor and dielectric physics) at the Institute of Steel and Alloys in 1978 (Moscow, Russia).
Title of the thesis: “Influence and investigation of some ferroelectric and antiferroelectric metal oxides and assessment of the prospects of their use in microwave engineering”.
He graduated from a special department at the Kyiv State University of Shevchenko specialty "high-temperature superconductivity" (chemistry), 01.10.1988 - 30.06.1989.
In 1991 defended a thesis for a doctor’s degree “Synthesis, structure, and properties of heterosubstituted oxides based on III-V group elements” (specialty: inorganic chemistry) at the Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry of Ukrainian Academy of Sciences, Kyiv, Ukraine.
Head of the Department of solid-state chemistry at the V.I.Vernadsky Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry of the Ukrainian NAS.
In 1968-1974 studied at the Kyiv Polytechnic Institute (radio electronics faculty). Graduated from it with honors.
In 1974-1978, a post-graduate student at the L.Ya.Karpov Research Institute of Physical Chemistry (Moscow, Russia).
From February 2 to June 15, 1978, senior engineer at the Institute of Chemical Physics of the USSR Academy of Sciences (Moscow, Russia).
In 1978-1979, senior engineer at the Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry of the Ukrainian SSR Academy of Sciences (Kyiv).
From April 13 to September 15, 1980, a junior research assistant at the Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry of the Ukrainian SSR Academy of Sciences (Kyiv).
From October 16 to December 28, 1982, a senior research assistant at the Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry of Ukrainian SSR Academy of Sciences (Kyiv).
Since December 28, 1982, head of the Department of solid-state chemistry of V.I.Vernadsky Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry of the Ukrainian NAS (Kyiv).
FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS
Winner of a Ukrainian State Prize in the field of science and technology (2008) for the work “Intermetallics, hydrides, and oxides as the basis for new energy-saving materials”.
Honored Scientist and Technologist of Ukraine since 2004.
Head of the specialized academic council D 26.218.01 at the V.I.Vernadsky Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry of the Ukrainian NAS, member of the academic council of the Institute.
Head of specialized academic council D 26.002.08 at the National Technical University of Ukraine “Igor Sikorsky Polytechnic Institute in Kyiv”.
Deputy Academician-Secretary of the Chemistry Department of the Ukrainian NAS.
Has trained 15 candidates of science; is now a scientific adviser of 3 past-graduate students and a doctorate.
COMMISSIONS OF TRUST
Member of the Ukrainian Statue Prizes Committee for Science and Technology.
Deputy editor-in-chief of the “Ukrayinskyi Kyimichnyi Zhurnal” Journal.
Member of the editorial board of the “Khimiya, Fizyka ta Tekhnolohiya Poverkni” Journal.
MEMBERSHIPS OF SCIENTIFIC SOCIETIES
Member of the Ukrainian Academies of science since 2008
INVENTIONS AND INNOVATION ACTIVITY
Co-author of over 80 USSR author’s certificates and Ukrainian patents. Was the manager of three scientific-technical (innovation) projects of the Ukrainian NAS.
Delivers two courses of lectures at the National technical University of Ukraine: “Chemistry of materials”, second year (for bachelors); “Physical surface chemistry of semiconductors”, sixth year (for masters).
In the whole period of his activities, 15 candidates of chemical sciences have been trained. In the last 4 yers, 5 candidates of chemical sciences been trained:
S.D.Kobylyanska: ”Synthesis, structure and properties of nanoparticles and films of lithium-conducting materials with perovskite structure”, 2013.
K.G.Solovyova: “Synthesis and properties of nanocrystalline hexagonal M-type ferrite, BaFe12-2XCoX)Ti,Sn,Si)XO19”, 2013.
T.O.Plutenko: “Synthesis, structure and properties of ferroelectrics-semiconductors based on (1-x)BaTiO3-xM0.5Bi0.5TiO3 (M=Li,Na,K)”, 2014.
O.V.Yelenich: “Synthesis and properties of nanosized AFe2O4 (A=Mn,Fe,Co,Ni,Zn) ferrispinels from nonaqueous solutions”, 2015.
O.M.Suslov: ”Synthesis, structure and properties of nonlinear bulk and film materials based on ferroelectrics with perovskite structure: Ba1-XSrXTiO3, BaTi1-XZrXO3 and AgNb1-XTaXO3”, 2016.
Works in the field of inorganic chemistry and materials science. Investigates the conditions of formation, structure, properties of complex oxide systems and develops on their basis highly efficient functional materials: ultrahigh-frequency dielectrics, ferroelectric semiconductor materials, cationic conductors for communication systems, mechanical engineering and other industries.
The scientific works are devoted to the study of the conditions of formation, structure, properties of complex oxide systems and the development of highly efficient materials based on them. He developed methods for controlling the properties of oxide systems similar in chemical composition - from dielectrics to cationic conductors and semiconductors, established regularities for the formation of macroparticles of oxide systems (ferrites, aluminates, titanates, zirconates) with a given particle shape.