Dr. Yevhen Zabila


ORCID ID: 0000-0002-3931-5945

Researcher ID: E-3309-2017

Google Scholar: Yevhen Zabila

Phone: +49 (0)351 260-3789

Fax: +49 (0)351 260 12186

Email: y.zabila(at)hzdr.de

Affiliation:

Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf e. V. (HZDR)                          
Institute of Ion Beam Physics and Materials Research
Bautzner Landstraße 400
01328 Dresden, Germany

Short biography

Yevhen has finished his master studies in 2002, Sumy State University in Ukraine, in the Master program „Electronic devices and equipment“. Before start his PhD studies, for 3 years was working as a maintenance engineer at the Laboratory of Microelectronics and Nanotechnology. As a part-time job within 2002-2005 was also involved in teaching activities and scientific work at the Department of Applied Physics. In 2005 moved to Cracow as a PhD student at the Institut of Nuclear Physics Polish Academy of Sciences, where initially studied the GMR effect and magnetotransport phenomena in thin-film materials. Later, switched to experimental work based on direct laser interference patterning, under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Marta Wolny-Marszalek. In 2011 got the PhD degree in physics awarded by the Scientific Council of The H.Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics PAS. The PhD thesis title „Direct laser interference patterning of FePt and FePd alloys“. Since what time was involved in numerous projects as a postdoc, staying at Cracow and collaborating with Prof. Dr. Manfred Albrecht group within annual DAAD projects. In 2013 for 3 months was participating in a flexible sensorics project led by Dr. Denys Makarov at the Institute of Integrative Nanosciences at IFW Dresden. After several 3-month long visits to Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf as a guest scientist in 2019-2020 has joined the „Intelligent Materials and Systems“ research group as a postdoc in 2021.

Research interests

  • Flexible magnetosensitive platform for touchless interaction
  • Micro- and nano-fabrication technics
  • Alternative micro- and nano-pattering technics
  • Physical phenomena in the electrical conductivity of solids and its application in functional devices

Projects involved

2. SAB project „Flexible human-machine interfaces based on magnetic field sensors”

1. Helmholtz Innovation Lab FlexiSens

Awards and scholarships

2018:
- Platinum medal for FLEXIBLE MAGNETIC FIELD SENSOR
- Gold medal for SHUTTER FOR APPLICATIONS IN VACUUM CHAMBER FOR SAMPLES PREPARATION
- ARCA medal for FLEXIBLE MAGNETIC FIELD SENSOR
at IWIS 2018 Invention Show

2015 - 2018:
- NCBR Research Grant „Integrated flexible magnetic field sensors and deformation“ National Centre for Research and Development (Warsaw, Poland)

2011:
- PhD degree in physics awarded by Scientific Council of The H.Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics PAS

2009 - 2011:
- Research Grant „The laser modification of magnetic and magneto-transport properties of FePd and FePt thin-film systems“ Ministry of Science and Higher Education (Warsaw, Poland)

Selected publications

10.      M. Ha, G. S. Cañón Bermúdez, T. Kosub, I. Mönch, Y. Zabila, E. S. Oliveros Mata, R. Illing, Y. Wang, J. Fassbender, D. Makarov
Printable and Stretchable Giant Magnetoresistive Sensors for Highly compliant and Skin-Conformal Electronics
Advanced Materials 2021, 2005521 URL

9.      M. Melzer, J. I. Mönch, D. Makarov, Y. Zabila, G. S. Cañón Bermúdez, D. Karnaushenko, S. Baunack, F. Bahr, C. Yan, M. Kaltenbrunner, O. G. Schmidt
Wearable Magnetic Field Sensors for Flexible Electronics
Advanced Materials, 2015, 25 (7) URL

8.      Y. Zabila, M. Marszalek, M. Krupinski, A. Zarzycki, M. Perzanowski
Magnetotransport Properties of Semi-Metallic Bismuth Thin Films for Flexible Sensor Applications
Coatings. 2021, 11(2), 175 URL

7.      M. Krupinski, Y. Zabila, M. Marszalek
Nanopatterned Thin Films with Perpendicular magnetic Anisotropy - Structure and Magnetism
Springer Nature B.V., 2020, 47 - 71 URL

6.      M. Krupinski, A. Zarzycki, Y. Zabila, M. Marszalek
Weak antilocalization tailor-made by system topography in large scale bismuth antidot arrays
Materials, 2020, 13, 3246 URL

5.      A. Maximenko, M. Marszalek, J. Chojenka, J. Fedotova, B.R. Jany, F. Krok, J. Morgiel, A. Zarzycki, Y. Zabila
Perforated alumina templates as a tool for engineering of CoPd film magnetic properties
Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 2019, 477 URL

4.      Y. Zabila, P. Horeglad, M. Krupinski, A. Zarzycki, M. Perzanowski, A. Maximenko and M. Marszalek
Optical diffraction strain sensor prepared by Interference lithography
Acta physica polonica A, 2018, 133 PDF

3.      J. Dankowski, K. Drozdowicz, A. Kurowski, U. Wiacek, T. Nowak, Y. Zabila
Diamond detectors for spectrometric measurments of fusion plasma products
Diamond and Related Materials 79, 2017 URL

2.      M. Krupinski, M. Perzanowski, A. Maximenko, Y. Zabila and M. Marszalek
Fabrication of the Flexible Highly Ordered Porous Alumina Templates by the Combined Nanosphere Lithography and Anodization
Nanotechnology 2017, 28, 194003 URL

1.      A. Polit, D. Makarov, C. Brombacher, M. Krupinski, M. Perzanowski, Y. Zabila, M. Albrecht, M. Marszalek
Structural and magnetic properties of Cu-alloyed FePd films
J. Magn. Magn. Mater., 20015, 381 URL