Academic department of Micro- and Nanoelectronics

Hanna V. Bandarenka

Hanna V. Bandarenka


Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Head of Applied Plasmonics Laboratory
P. Browki 6, 220013, Minsk, Belarus
Tel: +375 17 293-88-43
E-mail: h.bandarenka@bsuir.by


Teaching courses:

Undergraduate students
Hybrid nanostructures
Nanostructures and technology of their formation
Magnetoelectronics, acoustoelectronics, chemotronics

Master’s students
Heteronanostructures

Profiles:
Google Scholar
Scopus
Publons (Web of Science)
BSUIR Repository
ORCID
Research Gate



Education:
Oct. 2014 Ph.D. in Engineering Sciences (Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Program), BSUIR
Sept.2005 Master’s Degree in Engineering Sciences (Program on Solid-State Electronics, Radioelectronics, Micro- and Nanoelectronics, Quantum Effect Devices), BSUIR
Jun. 2004 Diploma of electrical engineer (Micro- and Nanoelectronics Program), BSUIR

Research Positions:
Apr. 2018 - present Head of laboratory "Applied plasmonics", BSUIR.
Jan. - Oct. 2020 Visiting Prof., the Polytechnic School, Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, Arizona State University (ASU), Mesa, AZ, USA.
Apr. 2016 - Mar. 2018 Deputy Vice-rector on research and development, BSUIR.
Jan. 2015 - Mar. 2016 Research scientist, laboratory "Materials and structures of nanoelectronics", BSUIR.
Jan. 2011 - Dec. 2014 Junior researcher, laboratory "Physics of Micro- and Nanoelectronics devices", BSUIR.
Jan. 2007 - May 2009 Junior researcher, group "Electrochemically nanostructured materials", BSUIR.
Aug. 2004 - Sept. 2005 Electrical engineer, laboratory "Materials and structures of nanoelectronics", BSUIR.
Dec. 2003 - Jun. 2004 Laboratory assistant, laboratory "Materials and structures of nanoelectronics", BSUIR.

Awards:
Jan. - Oct. 2020 Fulbright Grant for research project "Novel plasmonic materials for ultrasensitive analysis and bacteria killing" and teaching project "Class
on hybrid small-sized structures with a special focus on Belarusian research", ASU, Mesa, AZ, USA.
Mar. 2019 Travel Grant of the Belarusian foundation for fundamental research to participate at the 2019 MRS Spring meeting, Phoenix, AZ, USA.
Feb. 2019 SPIE Travel Grant for participation at the Photonics West 2019 Conference, San Francisco, CA, USA.
Dec. 2017 EU Grant MOST for traineeship in the NEW University of Lisbon, Portugal.
Nov. 2017 Travel grant of EaP PLUS project (ICT-proposers' Day 2017, Budapest, Hungary).
Jul. 2017 EU Travel Grant MOST (participation at the Congress on Analytical Proteomics, Caparica, Portugal).
Mar. 2016 EU Travel Grant MOST for participation at the PSST Conference, Tarragona, Spain.
Jan. -
Dec. 2016 Scholarship of President of Belarus for young scientists.
Jan. 2016 Certificate of honor of the Ministry of Education of Belarus.
Dec. 2015 Second place diploma for the "Best innovation project of young scientist of Belarus".
Aug. 2015 Best Poster Award at the AMT Conference, Palanga, Lithuania.
May 2013 ECS Student Travel Grant, Toronto, Canada.
Sept. 2012 Best Poster Awards at the EMRS Fall Meeting (Symposiums E, L), Warsaw, Poland.
Jun. 2012 Best supervisor of undergraduate student diploma, Micro- and Nanoelectronics Department, BSUIR.
Jul. 2012 EMRS Travel Grant, Warsaw, Poland.
May 2011 Grant of Ministry of Education of Belarus (participation at the EMRS Spring Meeting 2011, Nice, France).
Sept.2008 Best Poster Award at the EMRS Fall Meeting (Symposium F), Warsaw, Poland.

Professional Memberships:
Jan. 2020 - present Member of Fulbright society.
Feb. 2019 - present Member of the Materials Research Society (MRS).
2018 - present Member of the International Society of Optics and Photonics (SPIE).
2016 - present Member of the Council on the Science and Technology of BSUIR.
2011 - 2014 Member of the Electrochemical Society (ECS).
2008 - 2011 Member of the European Materials Research Society (EMRS).

Research interests:
Plasmonic nanomaterials, Raman scattering spectroscopy, surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS), simulation of electrodynamic properties of nanostructures, optical waveguides, MEMS, sensors, bioanalysis, biomedical applications of nanomaterials.

International Research Collaboration:
- Institute for Advanced Materials and Technologies, Moscow Institute of Electronic Technology, Zelenograd, Russian Federation (Dr. Sergey V. Dubkov).
- Institute of Solid State Physics, University of Latvia, Riga, Republic of Latvia (Dr. Anatoly I. Popov).
- UNAM, Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey (Prof. Hilmi Volkan Demir).
- Prokhorov General Physics Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russian Federation (Dr. Dmitry N. Kozlov).
- Nanophotonics and Metrology Laboratory, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland (Prof. Olivier J.F. Martin).
- Joint Institute of Nuclear Research, Dubna, Russian Federation (Dr. Grigory M. Arzumanyan).
- The Polytechnic School, Ira A. Fulton Engineering Schools, Arizona State University, Mesa, AZ, USA (Prof. Bruno Azeredo).
- Institute of Materials Science, Kaunas University of Technology, Kaunas, Republic of Lithuania (Prof. Sigitas Tamulevičius).
- Materials Science Department, Faculty of Science and Technology, NOVA University of Lisbon, Portugal (Prof. Hugo Aguas).
- Institute of Physics of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine (Dr. Galina Dovbeshko).
- V. E. Lashkaryov Institute of Semiconductor Physics, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine (Dr. Victor A. Danko).
- Department of Information, Electronic and Telecommunications Engineering, La Sapienza University of Rome, Rome, Italy (Prof. Marco Balucani).
- School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Yonsei University, Seoul, Republic of Korea (Prof. Hyun Jae).
- University of Birmingham, Birmingham, United Kingdom (Prof. Leigh Canham).
- Institute of Energy and Climate Research, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany (Dr. Vladimir Smirnov).


Languages:
Belarusian, Russian - native speaker,
English - advanced.

Conferences:
Invited talks 5
Oral presentations 15
Poster presentations 27
Member of national organizing committee of the International Conference "Nanomeeting-2017, 2019", Minsk, Republic of Belarus.
Member of International advisory committee of the International Conference "Nanobiophysics-2019", Kyiv, Ukraine.

List of publications
1. Formation of composite nanostructures by corrosive deposi- tion of copper into porous silicon / H. Bandarenka, M. Balucani, R. Crescenzi,
A. Ferrari // Superlattices and Microstructures. - 2008. - Vol. 44. - P. 583-587.
2. Cu-Si nanocomposites based on porous silicon matrix / H. Bandarenka, A. Shapel, M. Balucani // Solid State Phenomena. - 2009. - Vol. 151. -
P. 222-226.
3.Bandarenka, H. Optimization of chemical displacement deposition of copper on porous silicon / H. Bandarenka, S. Redko, P. Nenzi, M.
Balucani, V. Bondarenko // J. Nanosci. Nanotechnol. - 2012. - Vol. 12 (11). - P. 8725-8731.
4. Characterization of copper nanostructures grown on porous silicon by displacement deposition/ H. Bandarenka, V. Petrovich, O. Komar, P.
Nenzi, M. Balucani, V.Bondarenko // ECS Transactions. - 2012. - Vol. 41 (45). - P. 13-22.
5. Nanostructures formed by displacement of porous silicon with copper: from nanoparticles to porous membranes/ H. Bandarenka, S. Redko, A.
Smirnov, A. Panarin, S. Terekhov, P. Nenzi, M. Balucani, V. Bondarenko // Nanoscale Research Lett. - 2012. - Vol. 7. - P. 477-486.
6. Comparative study of initial stages of copper immersion deposition on bulk and porous silicon/ H. Bandarenka, S.L. Prischepa, R.
Fittipaldi, A. Vecchione, P. Nenzi, M. Balucani, V. Bondarenko // Nanoscale Research Lett. -2013. - Vol. 8. - P. 85-92.
7. Electrochemical deposition of Ni into mesoporous silicon / A. Dolgyi, H. Bandarenka, S. Prischepa, K. Yanushkevich, P. Nenzi, M. Balucani,
V. Bondarenko // ECS Trans. - 2012. - Vol. 41, Issue 35. - P. 111-118.
8. Electrochemical deposition and characterization of Ni in mesoporous silicon / A. Dolgiy, S. V. Redko, H. Bandarenka, S. L. Prischepa, K.
Yanushkevich, P. Nenzi, M. Balucani and V. Bondarenko // J. Electrochem. Soc. - 2005. - Vol. 159, Issue 10 - P. D623-D627.
9. Fabrication of SERS-active substrates by electrochemical and electroless deposition of metals in macroporous silicon / K. Artsemyeva, A.
Dolgiy, H. Bandarenka, A. Panarin, I. Khodasevich, S. Terekhov, V. Bondarenko // ECS Trans. - 2013. - Vol. 53, Issue 11. - P. 85-95.
10. Effect of swirl-like resistivity striations in n+-type Sb doped Si wafers on the properties of Ag/porous silicon SERS substrates / H.
Bandarenka, K. Artsemyeva, S. Redko, A. Panarin, S. Terekhov, V. Bondarenko // Phys. Status Solidi C. - 2013. - Vol. 10, Issue 4. - P.
624-627.
11. Synthesis and properties of Ni nanowires in porous silicon templates / S. L. Prischepa, A. L. Dolgiy, H. V. Bandarenka, V. P. Bondarenko,
K. I. Yanushkevich, V. G. Bayev, A. A. Maximenko, Yu. A. Fedotova, A. Zarzycki, Y. Zabila // Nanowires: synthesis, electrical properties
and uses in biological systems / Nova Science Publishers, Inc.; ed. L. J. Wilson. - New York, 2014. - P. 89-129.
12. Formation and structure of mesoporous silicon / N.I. Kargin, A.O. Sultanov, A.V. Bondarenko, V.P. Bondarenko, S.V. Red’ko, A.S. Ionov //
Russian Microelectronics. - 2014. - Vol. 43, Issue 8. - P. 531-535.
13. Nanostructured metal films formed onto porous silicon template / H. Bandarenka, A. Dolgiy, E. Chubenko, S. Redko, K. Girel, S. Prischepa,
A. Panarin, S. Terekhov, V. Pilipenko, V. Bondarenko // J. Nano Research. - 2016. - Vol. 39. - P. 235-255.
14. Fabrication of nanocomposites based on silicon nanowires and study of their optical properties / H. Bandarenka, K. Artsemyeva, S. Redko, A.
Panarin, S. Terekhov, V. Bondarenko // Phys. Status Solidi C. - 2016. - Vol. 13, Issue 4. - P. 146-150.
15. Particles of porous silicon formed from silica powders of plant origin and their structural properties / I. Kashko, K. Girel, K.
Yanushkevich, H. Bandarenka // J. Phys.: Conf. Ser. - 2016. - Vol. 741. - P. 012134-1- 012134-7.
16. Detection of DNA molecules by SERS spectroscopy with silvered porous silicon as an active substrate / K. Girel, E. Yantcevich, G.
Arzumanyan, N. Doroshkevich, H. Bandarenka, // Physica Status Solidi (a). - 2016. - Vol. 213. - Issue 11. - P. 2911-2915.
17. Formation Regularities of Plasmonic Silver Nanostructures on Porous Silicon for Effective Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering / H. V.
Bandarenka, K. V. Girel, V. P. Bondarenko, I. A. Khodasevich, A. Yu. Panarin, S. N. Terekhov // Nanoscale Research Letters. - 2016. - Vol.
11. - P.262-1-262-11.
18. Porous silicon as substrate for epitaxial films growth. / E. Chubenko, S. Redko, A. Dolgiy, H. Bandarenka, V. Bondarenko // Porous Silicon:
From Formation to Applications. Vol. 3. Optoelectronics, Microelectronics, and Energy Technology Applications / CRC Press, Taylor and
Francis Group; ed. G. Korotchenkov. - 2016. P. 141-162.
19. Porous silicon as host and template material for fabricating composites and hybrid materials / E. Chubenko, S. Redko, A. Dolgiy, H.
Bandarenka, S. Prischepa, V. Bondarenko // Porous Silicon: From Formation to Applications. Vol. 3. Optoelectronics, Microelectronics, and
Energy Technology Applications / CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group; ed. G. Korotchenkov. - 2016. - P. 181-206.
20. SERS analysis with porous silicon / H. V. Bandarenka // Handbook of porous silicon / Springer International Publishing AG; ed. L. Canham. -
2017. - P. 1-21.
21. Phospholipid detection by surface-enhanced Raman scattering using silvered porous silicon substrates / G. Arzumanyan, N. Doroshkevich,
K. Mamatkulov, S. Shashkov, K. Girel, H. Bandarenka, V. Borisenko // Physica Status Solidi (a). - 2017. - Vol. 214, Issue 8. - P.
1600915-1-1600915-6.
22. Surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy of fullerene C60 drop-deposited on the silvered porous silicon / N. Khinevich, K. Girel, H.
Bandarenka, V. Salo, A. Mosunov // J. Phys.: Conf. Ser. - 2017. - Vol. 917. - P. 062052-1-1600915-4.
23. Experimental study of the sensitivity of a porous silicon ring resonator sensor using continuous in-flow measurements / R. Caroselli, S.
Ponce-Alcántara, F. P. Quilez, D. M. Sánchez, L. T. Morán, A. G. Barres, L. Bellieres, H. Bandarenka, K. Girel, V.
Bondarenko, J. García-Rupérez // Optics Express. - 2017. - Vol. 25, Issue 25. - P. 31651-31659.
24. The alpha helix 1 from the first conserved region of HIV1 gp120 is reconstructed in the short NQ21 peptide / V. V. Khrustalev, T. A.
Khrustaleva, E. Y. Kahanouskaya, Y. A. Rudnichenko, H. V. Bandarenka, A. M. Arutyunyan, K. V. Girel, N. V. Khinevich, A. L. Ksenofontov, L.
V. Kordyukova // Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics. - 2018. - Vol. 638. - P. 66-75.
25. Progress in the development of SERS-active substrates based on metal-coated porous silicon / H.V. Bandarenka, K.V. Girel, S.A. Zavatski, A.
Panarin, S. N. Terekhov // Materials. - 2018. - Vol. 11. - P. 852-1-852-20.
26. Plasmonic silvered nanostructures on macroporous silicon decorated with graphene oxide for SERS-spectroscopy / K. V. Girel, A. Yu. Panarin,
H. V. Bandarenka, G. Isic, V. P. Bondarenko, S. N. Terekhov // Nanotechnology. - 2018. - Vol. 296. - P. 395708-1-395708-25.
27. Bimetallic nanostructures on porous silicon with controllable surface plasmon resonance / N. Khinevich, S. Zavatski, V. Kholyavo, H.
Bandarenka // European Physical Journal Plus. - 2019. - Vol. 134. - P. 75.
28. Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy of Lactoferrin Adsorbed on Silvered Porous Silicon Covered with Graphene / S. Zavatski, N. Khinevich,
K. Girel, S. Redko, N. Kovalchuk, I. Komissarov, V. Lukashevich, I. Semak, K. Mamatkulov, M. Vorobyeva, G. Arzumanyan, H. Bandarenka //
Biosensors. - 2019. - Vol. 9(1). - P. 34.
29. Study of Diluted Meldonium Solutions by Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering Spectroscopy / N. Khinevich, S. Zavatski, H. Bandarenka, V.
Belyatsky, E. Galyuk and O. Ryneiskaya // International Journal of Nanoscience. - 2019. - Vol. 18 (03n04). - P. 1940054.
30. Shelf Life Improvement of SERS-Active Substrates Based on Copper and Porous Aluminum Oxide / S. Zavatski, S. Redko, H. Bandarenka //
International Journal of Nanoscience. - 2019. - Vol. 18 (03n04). - P. 1940074.
31. Label-Free Nanosensing Platform for Breast Cancer Exosome Profiling, N. Ferreira, A. Marques, H. Águas, H. Bandarenka, R. Martins, C.
Bodo, B. Costa-Silva, E. Fortunato, ACS Sens., 2019, 48, 2073-2083.
32. The Spectroscopic Similarity between Breast Cancer Tissues and Lymph Nodes Obtained from Patients with and without Recurrence: A
Preliminary Study / J. Depciuch, A. Stanek-Widera, N. Khinevich, H. V. Bandarenka, M. Kandler, V. Bayev, J. Fedotova, D. Lange, J. Stanek-
Tarkowska, J. Cebulski // Molecules (2020) 25(14): 3295.
33. Silicon Nanowire Arrays Coated with Ag and Au Dendrites for Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering / N. Grevtsov, A. Burko, S. Redko, N.
Khinevich, S. Zavatski, S. Niauzorau, H. Bandarenka // MRS Advances (2020) 5(39) P. 2023 - 2032.
34. Poly (Vinyl Alcohol) Enhances Acetylation of Ascorbic Acid in Superparamagnetic Graphene Oxide Nanoparticles Ultrasonically Complexed with
Acetylsalicylic Acid / A. Tkach, U. Fiadosenka, A. Burko, H. Bandarenka, A. Matsukovich, N. Krekoten, L. Tabulina, V. Labunov, D. Radziuk
// ACS Applied Polymer Materials, 2020, 2(8), 3663-3673.
35. 3D silver dendrites for single‐molecule imaging by surface‐enhanced Raman spectroscopy / H. Bandarenka, N. V. Khinevich, A.
A. Burko, S. V. Redko, S. A. Zavatski, U. Shapel, K. Z. Mamatkulov, M. Yu. Vorobyeva, G. M. Arzumanyan // ChemNanoMat., 2021, 7(2), P.
141-149.
36. Plasmonic nanovoids for monitoring sanitary conditions of a public place by surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy / U. Shapel, A. Shapel, A.
Sharstniou, H. Bandarenka // SPIE Proceedings Frontiers in Biological Detection: From Nanosensors to Systems XIII, Vol. 11662, 116620L
(2021).