Dr. Krylov's research interests are lying in the field of single-molecule magnets. During his PhD studies in IFW Dresden, Denis was investigating lanthanide-containing endohedral fullerenes by means of superconducting quantum interference device (SQUID) magnetometry and X-ray magnetic circular dichroism (XMCD) technique.
"Product of optimism and knowledge is a constant."
- Lev Landau
- PhD degree in physics, Technical University Dresden
- Master degree in Nanotechnology , Saint Petersburg State Polytechnical University
- Master degree in Nanobiophysics, Technical University Dresden
- Bachelor degree in Physical engineering, Saint Petersburg State Polytechnical University
- 2018 - Current
- Postdoctoral researcher at Center for Quantum Nanoscience, Institute for Basic Science, EWHA Woman’s University, Seoul, South Korea
- 2014 - 2018
- Researcher, IFW Dresden
- 2011 - 2013
- Lab assistant, TU Dresden/Fraunhofer IZFP
- 2009 - 2011
- Engineer, Nicol copany, Saint Petersburg
- D. S. Krylov et al., "Magnetization relaxation in the single-ion magnet DySc2N@C80: quantum tunneling, magnetic dilution, and unconventional temperature dependence", Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 20, 11656-11672 (2018).
- F. Liu, D. S. Krylov et al., "Single molecule magnet with an unpaired electron trapped between two lanthanide ions inside a fullerene", Nat. Commun. 8, 16098 (2017).
- D. S. Krylov et al., "Record-high thermal barrier of the relaxation of magnetization in the nitride clusterfullerene Dy2ScN@C80-Ih", Chem. Commun. 53, 7901-7904 (2017).
- C. Chen, D. S. Krylov et al., "Selective arc-discharge synthesis of Dy2S-clusterfullerenes and their isomerdependent single molecule magnetism", Chem. Sci. 8(9), 6451-6465 (2017).
- Y. Zhang, D. S. Krylov et al., "Cluster-size dependent internal dynamics and magnetic anisotropy of Ho ions in HoM2N@C80 and Ho2MN@C80 families (M = Sc, Lu, Y)", Nanoscale 6, 11431-11438 (2014).
Single-Electron Lanthanide-Lanthanide Bonds Inside Fullerenes toward Robust Redox-Active Molecular Magnets
High Blocking Temperature of Magnetization and Giant Coercivity in the Azafullerene Tb2@C79N with a Single-Electron Terbium–Terbium Bond