Professor Kostya Novoselov
Royal Society Research Fellow
School of Physics & Astronomy, University of Manchester, Oxford Road, Manchester M13 9PL, UK.
- Published over 60 peer-refereed research papers (mainly as the principal/corresponding author) including Nature and Science articles and more than 15 papers in Nature Materials, Nature Physics, Nature Nanotechnology, Reviews of Modern Physics, Physical Review Letters, PNAS.(see selected publications)
- Over 70 invited talks and conferences during the last 5 years.
2010 Nobel Prize "for groundbreaking experiments regarding the two-dimensional material graphene"(shared with Andre Geim)
2008 European Research Council, Starting Grant "Physics and Applications of Graphene"
2006 Royal Society Research Fellowship "The scheme by The Royal Society (UK) aims to provide outstanding scientists, who should have the potential to become leaders in their chosen field, with the opportunity to build an independant research career"
2004 The Leverhulme Trust, Early Career Fellowship
Novoselov’s two papers in Science 2004 and Nature 2005 are the most cited papers on graphene and “have opened up a fast moving front” (according to ISI’s Essential Science IndicatorsSM). The Science paper has also been acknowledged as “one of the most cited recent papers in the field of Physics” (according to the ISI citation index).