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Victor Krayzman

Research Interests

  • Reverse Monte Carlo studies of local and nanoscale atomic order in electronic ceramics using combined total scattering and EXAFS
  • Determination of electronic and atomic structures of transition metal oxides using X-ray absorption spectroscopy and X-ray scattering


Figure 1(left): Unit cell of a displacively-distorted perovskite.; Figure 2(center): Schematic mechanism underlying the pre-edge structure in Ti K XAFS; Figure 3(right): Atomic configuration used in Reverse Monte Carlo simulations.

Awards and Honors

  • Laureate, All-Russian Competition of International Science Education Society, 1997, 1998, 2000
  • Senior Scientist Fellowship, France, 1996
  • Graduate Student Fellowship, Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics, 1971


Structural Changes behind the Diffuse Dielectric Response in AgNbO3

Igor Levin, Victor L. Krayzman, Joseph C. Woicik, J. Karapetrova, T. Proffen, M. G. Tucker, I. M. Reaney
Structural changes among the so-called M-polymorphs of AgNbO3 were analyzed using combined high-resolution X-ray diffraction, neutron total scattering, electron
Created August 2, 2019