Andrei Stanishevsky

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Campbell Hall 342
(205) 934-8030

Research and Teaching Interests: Composite and Hybrid Materials and Functional Structures based on based on 0-D (nanoparticles) and 1-D (nanofibers) carbon and ceramic constituents; Phase Development and Interface Phenomena in Multiscale Nanostructured Materials; Functional carbon- and ceramic-based nanomaterials and nanostructures for catalytic, environmental, and biomedical applications.

Office Hours: By appointment only

Education:

  • B.S., Belarusian State University of Informatics and RadioElectronics, Electrical Engineering
  • M.S., Belarusian State University of Informatics and RadioElectronics, Electrical Engineering
  • Ph.D., Institute of Solid State Physics & Semiconductors of the Belarus Academy of Sciences, Physics and Mathematics, Concentration: Solid State Physics

Professor Stanishevsky graduated from Belarusian State University of Informatics and RadioElectronics and then joined Plasmoteg Engineering Center of the Belarus Academy of Sciences. He was awarded an NRC postdoctoral fellowship to conduct research at PennState on CVD diamond films and later worked as research faculty in the University of Maryland Materials Research Science and Engineering Center (MRSEC), where he also developed one of the first undergraduate courses in nanoscience. Among other things since joining the UAB Department of Physics, Stanishevsky has provided multiple opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students to conduct research abroad under the National Science Foundation-funded IRESMWN, and IREE programs.

 

Recent Courses

  • PH 487/587: Nanoscale Science and Applications
  • PH 732/733: Growth and Characterization of Thin Films I, II

Select Publications

  • C. Lawson, A. Stanishevsky, M. Sivan, P. Pokorny, D. Lukáš, "Rapid fabrication of poly(ε-caprolactone) fibers using needleless alternating current electrospinning," Journal of Applied Polymer Science 133 (2016):43232.
  • K. Paulett, W.A. Brayer, K. Hatch, T. Kalous, J. Sewell, T. Liavitskaya, S. Vyazovkin, F. Liu, D. Lukáš, A. Stanishevsky, Effect of nanocrystalline cellulose addition on needleless alternating current electrospinning and properties of nanofibrous polyacrylonitrile meshes, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 135 (5), 45772 (2018).
  • A. Stanishevsky, W.A. Brayer, P. Pokorny, T. Kalous, D. Lukáš, Nanofibrous alumina structures fabricated using high-yield alternating current electrospinning, Ceramics International 42, 17154–17161 (2016).
  • A.V. Stanishevsky, J.D. Wetuski, H. Yockell-Lelièvre, "Crystallization and stability of electrospun ribbon- and cylinder-shaped tungsten oxide nanofibers," Ceramics International 42 (2016):388-95.
  • A.V. Stanishevsky, M.J. Walock, S.A. Catledge, "Surface modification and stability of detonation nanodiamonds in microwave gas discharge plasma," Applied Surface Science 357B (2015):1403-9.
  • A. Stanishevsky, J. Wetuski, M. Walock, I. Stanishevskaya, H. Yockell-Lelièvre, E. Košťáková, D. Lukaš, "Ribbon-like structures of tungsten oxide nanofibers fabricated via electrospinning," RCS Advances 5 (2015):69534-42.
  • I.A. Witońska, M.J. Walock, M. Binczarski, M. Lesiak, A.V. Stanishevsky, S. Karski, "Pd-Fe/SiO2 and Pd-Fe/Al2O3 catalysts for selective hydrodechlorination of 2,4-dichlorophenol into phenol," Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical 393 (2014):248-56.

See a complete list of Dr. Stanishevsky's publications on his Google Scholar page.

Academic Distinctions and Professional Societies

  • Provost’s Award for Faculty Excellence in Education Abroad, 2017
  • Distinguished Membership of the UAB Chapter of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS), 2015
  • Member of the American Physical Society, Materials Research Society, and American Ceramic Society