Galina Kurlyandskaya

Galina Vladimirovna Kurlyandskaya (Russian: Галина Владимировна Курляндская; born 30 January 1961) is a Russian physicist, known for her works on giant magnetoimpedance.[1]

Russian physicist
In this Eastern Slavic naming convention, the patronymic is Vladimirovna and the family name is Kurlyandskaya.
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Galina Kurlyandskaya
Born (1961-01-30) 30 January 1961 (age 60)
Citizenship Russia
Alma mater Ural State University
Scientific career
Fields Physics of magnetism and magnetic materials
Institutions Ural State University, University of the Basque Country

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Galina Kurlyandskaya was born in Kirovgrad, Soviet Union, in 1961 in a Russian family. She received a University Degree from the Ural State University in 1983. From 1983 she worked as a researcher at the Institute of Metal Physics of the Russian Academy of Sciences. In 1990 at the Ural State University she defended her PhD thesis: “Thermomechanical treatment above the Curie point and its influence upon magnetic properties of Fe3Si alloy”. In 2007 at the Ural State University she defended her Dr.of Sci. thesis (advanced degree in Physics of Magnetic Phenomena): “Giant magnetoimpedance and its connection with magnetic anisotropy and magnetization processes of ferromagnetic structures”.

Kurlyandskaya has published more than 110 peer-reviewed research papers, on topics like design, development, processing and characterization of functional materials, nanostructures, biomaterials, magnetic markers, nanocomponent containing devices, and fabrication of miniature sensor prototypes including fluid containing detectors and imprint circuit units, and microscopy. She is also known for her works on impedance spectroscopy and the giant magnetoimpedance effect.

From 2001 to 2004 she was visiting professor and “Ramón y Cajal” research professor at the University of Oviedo (Spain). Since 2004 she has been working as visiting scientist, invited professor and “Ramón y Cajal” research professor at the University of the Basque Country (Spain). Since 1984 she also has been a research fellow of the Department of Physics of Magnetic Phenomenon at the Ural State University.

Kurlyandskaya is a member of the editorial board of “Sensor Letters” Journal (American Scientific Publishers, a company identified as a predatory publisher on Beall’s List.[2]), member of IEEE and PhD councils for thesis defence in Russia, Spain and Argentina.

  • Kurlyandskaya G.V. and Cerdeira M.A. Giant magnetoimpedance for biosensing, in: Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, 2nd Edition, American Scientific Publishers, 2010.
  • Vas´kovskiy V.O., Svalov, A.V., Kurlyandskaya G.V. Rare Earth/Transition Metal nanoscale multilayers, in: Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, 2nd Edition, American Scientific Publishers, 2010.
  • Kurlyandskaya G.V. and Cerdeira M.A. Magnetic nanoparrticles as a material for magnetic markers in biology and medicine, in: Magnetism of Rare Earth and 3d- Transition Metals Based Nanosystems / Ed. by. V.O. Vas´kovskiy, Editoroial of Ural State University Ekaterinburg, 2008.
  • García J.A., Saad A., Elbaile L., Kurlyandskaya G.V. Surface Magnetic Properties and Magnetoimpedance, in: Metallic Glasses for New Sensor Applications, Nova Science Publishers, Progress in Nanotechnology Research, 2006, p. 1-42.
  • Kurlyandskaya G.V. Giant Magnetoimpedance for sensor applications, in: Encyclopedia of Sensors, American Scientific Publishers, 2006, p. 205-237.
  • Hernando B., Gorria P., Sánchez M.L., Prida V.M., Kurlyandskaya G.V. Magnetoimpedance in nancrystalline alloys, in: Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, American Scientific Publishers, v.4, 2004, p. 949-966.
  • Kumar A., Mohapatra S., Fal-Miyar V., Cerdeira A., Garcia J.A., Srikanth H., Gass J., Kurlyandskaya G.V. Magnetoimpedance biosensor for Fe3O4 nanoparticle intracellular uptake evaluation, Appl. Phys. Lett. v.91, N14, 2007, p. 143902-3.
  • Kurlyandskaya G.V., Cunanan J., Bhagat S.M., Aphesteguy J.C., Jacobo S.E. (2007): Field-induced microwave absorption in Fe3O4 nanoparticles and Fe3O4/polyaniline composites synthesized by different methods, Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids, v.68, N8, p. 1527-1532.
  • Jacobo S.E., Aphesteguy J.C., Lopez Anton R., Kurlyandskaya G.V.Structural and magnetic characterization of polyaniline composite films, Material Science Forum, v. 570, 2008, p. 138-143.
  • Fal Miyar V., Cerdeira M.A., García J.A., Potatov A.P., Pierna A.R., Marzo F.F., Barandiarán J.M., Kurlyandskaya G.V., Giant Magnetoimpedance of Electrochemically Surface Modified Co-Based Amorphous Ribbons, IEEE Trans. Magn., v. 44 (11), 2008, p. 4476-4479, 2008.
  • Kurlyandskaya G., Svalov E. «The Art of Magnetism» — an interdisciplinary summer course, The 2nd International Multi-Conference on Society, Cybernetics and Informatics, July 10–13, 2009 Orlando, Florida, USA, 2009. — 294 p.

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