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Iryna Andrusenko

Post Doc
Electron Crystallography
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Iryna Andrusenko got Bachelor and Master Degrees in Applied Physics at the Pedagogical State University of Sumy, Ukraine. Later she moved to Germany, where she attended PhD in Chemistry at the Johannes Gutenberg Universität working with electron diffraction and microscopy for the analysis of different classes of metastable nanocrystalline materials. Since 2018, she is employed as Post Doc at Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (Center for Nanotechnology Innovation@NEST), where she is working on the structural investigation of organic materials. Her research interests comprise the development and use of advanced electron microscopy and diffraction methods for the analysis of pharmaceutical compounds, hybrid organic-inorganic structures, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and organic charge-transfer complexes. She is a group-oriented and result-oriented researcher used to collaborate with other academic institutions and with private companies.

Education

Title: PhD
Institute: Johannes Gutenberg Universität
Location: Mainz
Country: Germany
From: 2009 To: 2014

Title: Master Degree
Institute: Pedagogical State University of Sumy
Location: Sumy
Country: Ukraine
From: 2007 To: 2008

Title: Bachelor Degree
Institute: Pedagogical State University of Sumy
Location: Sumy
Country: Ukraine
From: 2003 To: 2007

Skills

Crystallography
- general crystallography
- electron crystallography
- X-ray crystallography

Material Sciences
- nanocrystalline materials
- pharmaceutical compounds
- functional materials
- hybrid structures

Electron Microscopy
- SEM
- HR-TEM
- DF-TEM
- STEM
- 3D ED
- EDX
- cryo-EM

Others
- thermic evaporation in vacuum
- isotopic mass-spectroscopy
- UV/VIS spectro-photometry
- powder X-ray diffraction

All Publications
2022
Andrusenko I., Gemmi M.
3D electron diffraction for structure determination of small-molecule nanocrystals: A possible breakthrough for the pharmaceutical industry
Wiley interdisciplinary reviews. Nanomedicine and nanobiotechnology
Review Journal
2022
Hamon L., Andrusenko I., Borzi A., Stiefel M., Carl S., Frison R., Cervellino A., Gemmi M., Santiso-Quinones G., Hovestreydt E., Neels A., Collings I.E.
Competing phases in the room-temperature M2(2,6-ndc)2(dabco) metal-organic framework thin film synthesis
Materials Advances
Article Journal
2022
Hitchen J., Andrusenko I., Hall C. L., Mugnaioli E., Potticary J., Gemmi M., Hall S. R.
Organic Cocrystals of TCNQ and TCNB Based on an Orthocetamol Backbone Solved by Three-Dimensional Electron Diffraction
Crystal Growth & Design
Article Journal
2022
Andrusenko I., Hitchen J., Mugnaioli E., Potticary J., Hall S.R., Gemmi M.
Two New Organic Co-Crystals Based on Acetamidophenol Molecules
Symmetry, vol. 14, (no. 3)
2021
Hall C.L., Andrusenko I., Potticary J., Gao S., Liu X., Schmidt W., Marom N., Mugnaioli E., Gemmi M., Hall S.R.
3D Electron Diffraction Structure Determination of Terrylene, a Promising Candidate for Intermolecular Singlet Fission
ChemPhysChem, vol. 22, (no. 15), pp. 1631-1637