Prof. Konstantin Borodianskiy
Prof. Borodianskiy earned Ph.D. degree in Materials Chemistry (2011) from Bar Ilan University, Israel. Then, he spent two years as a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Windsor, ON, Canada. In 2015 Dr. Borodianskiy was appointed an Assistant Professor at Ariel University, Israel. His research interests combine a traditional and advanced methods of synthesis and examination in metallurgy and materials science. His works focus on non-ferrous alloys, coatings synthesized by plasma oxidation, bioactive surfaces, and microstructure engineering of materials for renewable energy. He has published more than 30 peer-reviewed papers and 2 chapters in books. He’s actively supervises several graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. His research work was awarded by World Innovation Summit in US, and he received an Outstanding teaching award for the past 4 years. Dr. Borodianskiy is a member of many international conference organizing committees, a guest editor of numerous peer-reviewed journals and an active reviewer of several high-quality scientific journals.