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Sergey Ignatenko

Research Engineer


Sergey Ignatenko is a research engineer in applied visualization. His work focuses on visual data mining and interactive visualization of unmanned traffic over urban areas.
Sergey received MSc in Microelectronics from Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics. Later he received PhD in Theoretical Physics from the same university after the work on Coulomb blockade effect in the single-electron arrays.
He has worked both in academia and the IT industry. In academia, he hold postdoctoral positions at Linköping University and Simon Fraser University (Canada). He has published 40 peer-reviewed journal articles. In industry, the most notable projects were:
  • Modeling and forecasting in econometrics. Support of a predictive analytics module that builds and analyzes evolution scenarios of economic systems.
  • Computational fluid dynamics. Software development to predict physical behavior of fluid systems, including a mesh generation tool and an integrated environment for free-surface flow analysis in marine, offshore and ship applications.



Siarhei Ihnatsenka (2021) Effect of Coulomb interaction on transport gap in ideal graphene nanoribbons Journal of Applied Physics, Vol. 130, Article 144301 Continue to DOI


S. Ihnatsenka (2016) Activated hopping transport in anisotropic systems at low temperatures Physical Review B, Vol. 94, p. 1-5, Article 195202 Continue to DOI


Siarhei Ihnatsenka, Xavier Crispin, Igor Zozoulenko (2015) Understanding hopping transport and thermoelectric properties of conducting polymers Physical Review B. Condensed Matter and Materials Physics, Vol. 92, p. 035201- Continue to DOI


Martin Evaldsson, Siarhei Ihnatsenka, Igor V. Zozoulenko (2008) Spin polarization in modulation-doped GaAs quantum wires Physical Review B. Condensed Matter and Materials Physics, Vol. 77, p. 165306-1-165306-7, Article 165306 Continue to DOI
Siarhei Ihnatsenka, Igor Zozoulenko (2008) Quantum wires in magnetic field: a comparative study of the Hartree-Fock and the spin density functional approaches Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, Vol. 20 Continue to DOI