Graduated from the Sakharov International State Ecological Institute of BSU with a degree in Medical Physics»
Graduated from the Department of Energy Physics of the Faculty of Physics of BSU with a Master’s degree in Condensed Matter Physics»
He is a postgraduate student at the B. I. Stepanov Institute of Physics of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, majoring in Optics»
List of publications
Karpach P. Photoinduced Reversible Modulation of Fluorescence of CdSe/ZnS Quantum Dots in Solutions with Diarylethenes / P. Karpach, A. Scherbovich, G. Vasilyuk, V. Stsiapura, A. Ayt, V. Barachevsky, A. Tuktarov, A. Khuzin, S. Maskevich // Journal of Fluorescence. – 2019. – Vol. 29(6). – P. 1311-1320.
2. Savastenko N.A. Effect of impregnation by silver nanoparticles on the efficiency of plasma-treated ZnO-based photocatalysts / N.A. Savastenko, I.I. Filatova, V.A. Lyushkevich, N.I. Chubrik, V. Brüser, A.A. Scherbovich, S.A. Maskevich // High Temperature Material Processes. – 2020. – Vol. 24(1). – P. 21–45.
3. Stsiapura, V.I. Fluorescence Modulation in Complexes of CdSe/ZnS quantum dots with photochromic diarylethenes / V.I. Stsiapura, P.V. Karpach, G.T. Vasilyuk, A.A. Scherbovich, S.A.Maskevich, A.O.Ayt, V.A.Barachevsky, A.R. Tuktarov, A.A. Khuzin // PCNSPA 2020 – Photonic Colloidal Nanostructures: Synthesis, Properties, and Applications, Saint Petersburg, June 8-12, 2020.
4.Savastenko N. A. Plasma treatment of ZnO-based photocatalysts impregnated with silver nanoparticles // Powder metallurgy: Surface engineering. New powder composite materials. Welding: Proceedings of the 11th International Symposium, Minsk, April 10-12, 2019-Minsk, 2019-Part 2. – pp. 296-304.
5. Scherbovich, A. Reversible Photoinduced Luminescence Modulation from Nanospheres Containing CdSe/ZnS Quantum Dots and Photochromic Diarylethene / A. Scherbovich, S. Maskevich, P.Karpach, G. Vasilyuk, V. Stsiapura, O. Venidiktova, A. Ayt, V. Barachevsky, A. Khuzin, A. Tuktarov, M. Artemyev // The Journal of Physical Chemistry C. – 2020. – Vol.124 (49). – P. 27064–27070.