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Katy, TX
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October 12, 2018

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IGOR KOSACKI

Katy, TX ***** Cell:832-***-****

ac7c5j@r.postjobfree.com www.linkedin.com/in/igor-kosacki-6a214525 MATERIALS AND CORROSION SCIENTIST

Work in academia and industry interface to bring together fundamental knowledge and application in energy and hydrocarbon production. Specialize in fields of materials science and nanotechnology. Translate fundamental properties into practical products, processes, and services for applications ranging from energy conversion and oil production to novel, solid-state electrochemical systems. Design advanced materials for energy and hydrocarbon production. Develop and characterize functional materials, including single crystals, thin films and ceramic nanostructures for energy conversion. Focus on materials science and corrosion research for oil and gas including ceramics, polymers and composites. Function as strong team worker, bringing together basic knowledge and industrial application. Multilingual in fluent English, Polish and Russian.

SUMMARY OF TECHNICAL SKILLS

Material Development & Valuation:

o Link Microstructure and Composition to electrical properties in nanoscale, bulk, and thin film ceramics.

o Growth of silica crystals by hydrothermal method. o US patents related to fabrication of ceramic materials.

Electrical characterization of dielectrics using impedance spectroscopy and related techniques.

Unique application of optical spectroscopic methods – process monitoring in situ and real time – deep water, piplaines, refainary and reservoir exploration applicartions.

Processing of materials: thin films with quantum architecture. o Develop polymeric precursor spin coating technique for nanocrystalline thin films. o Process nanocrystalline materials for oil and gas applications.

Generation and implementation of innovative ideas for materials and nanotechnology.

Polymers research:

o Polymers characterization methods – IR and Raman spectroscopy, DTG, DTA and mechanical tests

o Understanding relationships between polymer properties, structure and processing o Experience in polymers and composites for oil and gas application – seal materials for sour environments

Corrosion research:

o High pressure/high temperature downhole applications (including sour gas and CO2 exposures).

o Colloidal suspension of silicates for anticorrosion coatings o Naphthenic acid and H2S related corrosivity in refineries. o Thermal stability of organosulfur compounds and crude oil corrosivity. o New technologies for corrosion monitoring, in-situ and real time, Raman spectroscopy. o Modeling of dynamical properties of C1 – C6 hydrocarbons and corrosion species, CO2, H2S. Igor Kosacki ac7c5j@r.postjobfree.com Page 2

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

HONEYWELL PROCESS SOLUTIONS, Houston, TX 2013 to Present Engineering Manager, New Technologies Consultant

Support and lead Materials and Corrosion Laboratory of 25 people. Develop internal corrosion materials research program. Serve as liaison for numerous Join Industry Programs. Explore new business opportunities for corrosion monitoring, modeling, and protection. Initiate engineering projects for testing physical properties of polymers to enhance their functionality. Lead qualification testing of seal polymers for oil and gas application.

Developed new nanocoupon concept, allowing corrosion monitoring.

Validated Raman spectroscopy, facilitating process monitoring in-situ and real time.

Created corrosion research program for refineries, increasing reliability and production.

Designed model of thermodynamic stability of selected organosulfur, explaining crude oil corrosivity.

Implemented new tools for non-intrusive process monitoring technology in-situ and real time, optimizing process and safety.

Application Raman spectroscopy for polymers testing to observe chemical reactions occurring between polymer and atmospheres – high pressure, high temperature, H2S, CO2 and crude oils

Validation of anticorrosion coatings of silicates

Lead the qualification testing for polymers – seal material for sour environment SHELL OIL, Houston, TX 2006 to 2013

Senior Scientist

Initiated and developed nanotechnology R&D program – nanomaterials for oil and gas. Built and ran global materials research portfolio with collaborators from national labs, academic and industry, MIT, Oak Ridge, Institute for Electronic Materials (ITME-Warsaw), AGH-Technical University, Krakow, and AEC. Served as Shell liaison and technical advisor for numerous joint industry partnerships such as Advanced Energy Consortium, MIT Energy Initiative. Established and run High Temperature Materials Physics Laboratory and developed electrical heaters for in-situ oil conversion.

Established experimental program for impedance spectroscopy, optical spectroscopy, and design of advanced materials, meeting new technical challenges (enhanced oil recovery, heavy oil, and tight gas).

Devised down-hole Raman spectroscopy tool, allowing real time monitoring of reservoir fluids / materials.

Designed nanoparticle surfactants, improving enhanced oil recovery.

Crafted nanomarker technology, monitoring corrosion within oil wells.

Initiated research program for novel proppants, increasing production from tight gas systems.

Enhanced productivity of unconventional reservoirs by stabilizing their permeability.

Established new research laboratory for materials testing at high temperatures and aggressive atmospheres – CO, CO2, H2S, H2.

OAK RIDGE NATIONAL LABORATORY, Oak Ridge, TN 2001 to 2006 Senior Scientist

Developed research program related to nanocrystalline oxide thin films for energy conversion. Discovered nanostructured materials with enhanced electrical transport and chemical reactivity for solid oxide fuel cells, separation membranes and gas sensors. Developed mesoporous composites with enhanced ionic conductivity for electrochemical devices. Conducted research of electronic Igor Kosacki ac7c5j@r.postjobfree.com Page 3

properties of nanocrystalline ion conductors. Conducted research on mass and electrical transport in nanocrystalline oxide thin films. Novel design and approach of nanocomposite materials.

Developed nanostructured materials with enhanced electrical transport and chemical reactivity for solid oxide fuel cells, separation membranes, and gas sensors.

Discovered new method for obtaining nanocomposites with enhanced properties – US Patent.

Crafted new concept of superlattice solid electrolyte, demonstrating enhanced performance of batteries and solid oxide fuel cells.

Demonstrated enhanced properties of nanomaterials and correlated with surface effects. ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE

MISSOURI UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, Rolla, MO Associate Professor

Conducted research of enhanced properties of nanocrystalline materials and demonstrated applicability in electrochemical devices. Discovered enhanced electronic conductivity in Nanocrystalline CeO2 attributed to reduced enthalpy of oxygen vacancy formation. Studied application of nanocrystalline CeO2 coatings for corrosion protection. Developed processing of nanocrystalline oxide thin films by using polymeric precursor spin coating technique. Discovered anomalies in dynamical properties of nanocrystalline materials, and correlated with microstructures. Explored lattice defects in nanomaterilas and correlation with electrical and optical properties. Modeled relationship between non-stoichiometry and electrical properties in ion conductors. Discovered quantum confinement effects in nanocrystalline ceramics.

MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, Cambridge, MA Visiting Scientist

Conducted research on ion conducting materials for energy conversion. Initiated study of nanocrystalline ceramics and discovered enhanced properties of nanoceramic materials. Conducted research of defect equilibria and matter transport in ceramic oxides. Mixed electronic-ionic conductivity in solids.

DELFT UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, Delft, Netherlands Post Doctoral Scientist

Developed novel proton conducting ceramics for gas sensors. UNIVERSITY OF PIERRE AND MARIE CURIE, Paris, France Post Doctoral Scientist

Developed new electrodes for Lithium batteries.

EDUCATION

Professor of Physical Sciences

Title awarded by the President of Poland, Highest Polish Scientific Honor Habilitation Doctoral Degree, Physics

INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS, POLISH ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, Warsaw, Poland Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Solid State Physics

INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS, POLISH ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, Warsaw, Poland Master of Science (MS), Experimental Physics

UNIVERSITY MARIE CURIE - SKLODOWSKA, Lublin, Poland Igor Kosacki ac7c5j@r.postjobfree.com Page 4

RESEARCH GRANTS (total value over $20M)

“Application of Raman Spectroscopy for Real Time Speciation Monitoring and Quantification”, JIP project, $3M, 2016 to 2017.

“Integrated Reservoir Exploration & Gas Extraction System for Shale Gas”, project sponsored by Government of Poland, $5M, 2014 to 2016.

“Enhance the Productivity of Unconventional Reservoirs by Stabilizing Their Permeability, project sponsored by Shell Game Changer Program, $1.1M, 2011- 2012, jointly with Michael Kandianis.

“Nanosensors for In-situ Monitoring the Chemistries in oil Wells”, project sponsored by Shell Game Changer Program, $1M, 2008 to 2010.

“Design, Processing and Fabrication of Advanced Heaters for the Exploration of Deep Oil Shale, project sponsored by Shell Co., $4M, 2006 to 2009, jointly with A.Wereszczak and M.Santella.

“Compatibility of Electrode and Insulation Materials with YSZ”, project sponsored by AEDC Co.,

$50K, 2006, jointly with J.H.Schneibel.

“Characterization of Fuel Cell Electrolyte Thin Films”, project sponsored by Nissan Motors Co.

$250K, 2004 to 2005.

“Superionic Electrolyte-Based Fuel Cell Concept to Meet Department of Defense and Homeland Security Future Electric Power Needs”, project sponsored by DOD, $500K, 2005.

“Design and Synthesis of Guest-Host Nanostructures to enhance Ionic Conductivity across Nanocomposite Membranes”, project sponsored by LDRD Seed Money Fund, $125K, jointly with M.Hu, 2004 to 2005.

“Superionic Electrolyte-based Fuel Cell Concept for Portable Multi-fuel Power Sources”, project sponsored by LDRD Seed Money, $125K, jointly with C. Ruleau, 2003 to 2004.

“Characterization of Zirconia Coatings”, small business sponsor, C3 International, $125K, jointly with E.Lara-Curzio, 2004.

“The electrical characterization of YSZ thin films”, project sponsored by Battelle LLC c/o Oak Ridge National Laboratory, $50K, 2001.

“Electrical Property Measurements on Porous Cathode Materials”, project sponsored by NextTech Materials Ltd. $153K, 2000 to 2002, jointly with H.U. Anderson.

“Conductive Ceramics and Polymers for Bubbleless Electrodes”, project sponsored by PE Applied Biosystems, $150K, 2000.

“YSZ thin films for fuel cells”, project sponsored by DOE, $650K, 1999 - 2001, jointly with H.U. Anderson.

“Eagle-Picher AF/NASA Lithium-ion Battery Development Program”, project sponsored by DOD/NASA, Department of Economic Development, $75K, 1999.

“V2O5-LiBO2 glasses as electrode material for lithium Battery”, French Academy of Science Fellowship, 1990 to 1991.

“The study of Cd1-xPbxF2 fluorites and their application in electrical battery”, Central Program in Fundamental Research, Polish Academy of Sciences, 1985 to 1990. PATENTS

• I.Kosacki, J.Domanska -"Solid Electrolyte For Electric Battery", Polish Patent #269948(1989)

• I.Kosacki, M.Hu - “Design and Synthesis of Guest-Host Nanostructures to Enhance Ionic Conductivity Across Nanocomposite Membranes”, U.S. Patent #2006/0063052 A1

• I.Kosacki, C.M.Rouleau, P.F.Becher and D.H.Lowndes - “Superlattice Electrolyte-Based Fuel Cell Concept for Portable Multi-Fuel Power Source”, invention disclosure #05-153 (2006) Igor Kosacki ac7c5j@r.postjobfree.com Page 5

SPECIAL ROLES

• Chair of Nanotechnology and Corrosion Symposium at NACE Conferences 2015 to 2019.

• Organizer and Chair of Workshop on New Materials and Corrosion Technologies for Oil and Gas Applications, Kraków 2015, Poland.

• Basic Energy Science Panelist in DOE Hydrogen Fuel Initiative.

• NATO Expert in Science for Peace Program - mentoring research projects.

• CNRS Visiting Professor Fellowship at Marie & Piotr Curie University, Paris, France.

• Co-organized 5 international conferences related to materials research.

• Served as member of number conference advising committees and materials research. SPECIAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS

• Biographical note in Wikipedia - http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Igor_Kosacki.

• Visiting Professor at AGH University of Technology, Krakow, Poland.

• Published in over 100 papers in refereed journals and 3 patents (about 4500 citations and numerous awards).

• Conducted numerous presentations and invited lectures at international conferences and institutes of higher learning.

HONORS/RECOGNITIONS

Professor Title awarded by the President of Poland AWARDS

• The prize of The Scientific Secretary of Polish Academy of Science, for managing and participation in the research of superionic materials with fluorite structure.

• The Prize of The Rector of Radom Technical University, for the achievements in the research of fast ionic conductors - awarded for seven times.

• The prize of The Executive Board of Technical University Association for The Best Young Scientist. Igor Kosacki ac7c5j@r.postjobfree.com Page 6

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HONORS/RECOGNITIONS

Professor Title awarded by the President of Poland AWARDS

• The prize of The Scientific Secretary of Polish Academy of Science, for managing and participation in the research of superionic materials with fluorite structure.

• The Prize of The Rector of Radom Technical University, for the achievements in the research of fast ionic conductors - awarded for seven times.

• The prize of The Executive Board of Technical University Association for The Best Young Scientist. LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

1. I.Kosacki, E.Dynowska - "The growth of cubic mixed Cd1-x Pbx F2 crystals", Proc. V School on Physics and Technology of Crystals, Jedlnia 1979, pp.73 - 79. 2. I.Kosacki, E.Dynowska - "Preparation and structure of mixed Cd1-xPbxF2 crystals", J. Crystal Growth, 50 (1980) 575 – 577.

3. I.Kosacki, J.M.Langer - "Semiconductor-insulator transition in Cd1-xPbxF2 crystals", Proc. X School on Physics of Semiconducting Compounds Jaszowiec 1980, Ed. J.M.Langer, Ossolineum 1980, pp.51 - 55.

4. P.Ciepielewski, I.Kosacki - "The first-order Raman scattering of Cd1-xPbxF2 mixed crystals" Proc. XI School on Physics of Semiconducting Compounds, Jaszowiec 1981, Ed. J.M.Langer, Ossolineum 1982, pp.302 - 305.

5. I.Kosacki, Z.Kalinski - "The study of the phase transition in PbF2 crystals", Proc. VI School on Physics and Technology of Crystals, Jurata1981, p.105. 6. P.Ciepielewski, I.Kosacki - "The first-order Raman scattering of Cd1-xPbxF2 mixed crystals", Solid State Commun. 44, No3 (1982) 417 – 419.

7. I.Kosacki, J.M.Langer - "On the anomalous absorption edge in Cd1-x Pbx F2 mixed crystals" Proc. XII School on Physics of Semiconducting Compounds, Jaszowiec 1983, edds. R.R.Galazka, J.Raluszkiewicz, Ossolineum 1983, pp.159 - 162.

8. J.E.Dmochowski, I.Kosacki, J.M.Langer - "Shallow donors in mixed Cd1-x Mex F2 fluorites", Radiation Effects, 72 (1983) 139 - 144.

9. I.Kosacki, A.P.Litvinchuk - "Superionic properties of PbF2 crystals", Proc.VII School on Physics and Technology of Crystals, Jurata 1983, pp.321 - 324. 10. K.Hibner, I.Kosacki - "The polarization effects in PbF2 crystals", Proc.VII School on Physics and Technology of Crystals, Jurata 1983, pp.350 - 354. 11. M.Ya.Valakh, I.Kosacki, A.P.Litvinchuk - "Influence of superionic properties on electrical and optical characteristics of PbF2", Sov. Phys. Solid State, 26, No8 (1984) 1382 - 1384. 12. I.Kosacki, M.Ya.Valakh, A.P.Litvinchuk - "Temperature dependence of Raman scattering and ionic conductivity in PbF2 superionic crystals", Proc.XIII School on Physics of Semiconducting Compounds, Jaszowiec1984, Acta Phys. Polonica, A67 (1985) 245 - 248. 13. I.Kosacki, M.Ya.Valakh, A.P.Litvinchuk - "Ionic conductivity and Raman scattering in PbF2 superionic crystalls", Solid State Commun. 45 (1985) 373 - 376. 14. M.Ya.Valakh, I.Kosacki, A.P.Litvinchuk, J.J.Tarasov - "Lattice dynamics and ionic conductivity of Cd1-xPbxF2 mixed superionic crystals", Sov. Phys. Solid State, 27 (1985) No12, 2208 - 2210. Igor Kosacki ac7c5j@r.postjobfree.com Page 7

15. I.Kosacki - "Superionic properties of crystals from fluorite group", Proc. VIII School on Physics and Technology of Crystals, Jurata 1985.

16. M.Ya.Valakh, I.Kosacki, A.P.Litvinchuk - "The phonon spectra and superionity of pure, doped and mixed PbF2-type crystals" Proc. Second Intern. Conference on Phonon Physics, Budapest 1985, Ed. J.Kollar, N.Kroo, N.Menyhard, World Sci. Comp., Singapore 1985, pp. 810 - 812. 17. M.Ya.Valakh, I.Kosacki, A.P.Litvinchuk -"Defect-induced Raman scattering in Cd1-xPbxF2 crystals", Ukr.Phys.J. 31, No3, 359 - 362 (1986).

18. M.Ya.Valakh, I.Kosacki, A.P.Litvinchuk - "Phonon spectra and superionic properties of Cd1-xPbxF2 crystals", Sov. Phys. Solid State, 28 (1986) 362 - 363. 19. I.Kosacki, K.Hibner, M.Ya.Valakh, A.P.Litvinchuk - "Lattice dynamics and superionic properties of Cd1-xPbxF2 crystals", Solid State Commun. 57, No8 (1986) 729 -733. 20. I.Kosacki, K.Hibner, A.P.Litvinchuk - "Lattice dynamics and ionic conductivity of PbF2:6%LiF superionic crystals", Phys. Stat. Solidi b, 134 (1986) 495 - 501. 21. I.Kosacki, J.M.Langer - "Fundamental absorption edge of PbF2 and Cd1-xPbxF2 crystals", Phys. Rev. B33, No8 (1986) 5972 - 5973.

22. I.Kosacki - "Superionic properties of the fluorite crystals", Research Reports Technical University of Radom, 12 (1986) 197 - 225.

23. I.Kosacki, K.Hibner, A.P.Litvinchuk, M.Ya.Valakh - "Lattice dynamics and ionic transport in Cd1-xPbxF2 crystals", Acta Physica Polonica, A69 (1986) 963 - 966. 24. M.Ya.Valakh, I.Kosacki, A.P.Litvinchuk - "Superionic properties and lattice dynamics of pure, doped and mixed PbF2 - type crystals", Proc.XXXVII Meeting of The Intern. Society of Electrochemistry, Vilnus 1986, Vol.III, pp.189 - 192. 25. I.Kosacki, A.P.Litvinchuk - "Superionic properties of Cd1-x Pbx F2 crystals", Lattice Defects and Amorphous Materials, 15 (1987) 351 - 356.

26. I.Kosacki, K.Hibner, T.Stefanski - "Superionic properties of PbF2 doped crystals", Acta Phys. Polonica, A71 (1987) 409 - 411.

27. I.Kosacki, A.P.Litvinchuk, M.Ya.Valakh - "Ion disordering in gamma-irradiated PbF2 crystals", Proc.IV Conf. Radiation Effects in Insulators, Lyon 1987. 28. M.Ya.Valakh, I.Kosacki, A.P.Litvinchuk - "The influence of the positional disordering on Raman spectra in PbF2 superionic crystals", Sov. Phys. Solid State, 29 (1987) 3673 - 3676. 29. I.Kosacki, K.Zalibowski - "Dielectric properties of PbF2 crystals”, Acta Phys. Polonica, A73, No3

(1988) 403 - 406.

30. I.Kosacki, J.Domanska - "Solid electrolyte for electric battery", Polish Patent #269948, 1988. 31. I.Kosacki - "Anion disordering and band structure of PbF2 superionic crystals", Solid State Ionics 28/30 (1988) 449 - 451.

32. I.Kosacki, K.Zalibowski - "Polarization phenomena of PbF2 superionic crystals", Physica Stat. Solidi a, 108 (1988) 765 - 770.

33. M.Ya.Valakh, I.Kosacki, E.Kushis, A.P.Litvinchuk, J.J.Tarsov -"Influence of electron parameters on the phase transition in Cd1-xPbxF2 superionic crystals", Sov. Solid State, 30, No11 (1988) 3470 - 3476 34. K.Zalibowski, I.Kosacki - "Dielectric properties and ionic conductivity in PbF2 doped crystals", Proc. 2nd International Symposium on Systems with Fast Ionic Transport, Smolenice 1988, pp.222 - 228 35. I.Kosacki, A.P.Litvinchuk, M.Ya.Valakh - "The influence of structure defects on specific heat, optical and electrical properties of PbF2 - type superionic crystals", Proc. of International Conference Lattice Defects in Ionic Crystals, Parma 1988, pp.497 - 498. 36. I.Kosacki, A.P.Litvinchuk, M.Ya.Valakh - "The study of lattice disordering in superionic crystals by Raman spectroscopy", Proc. of XI International Conference on Raman Spectroscopy, London 1988, pp.325 - 326.

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37. I.Kosacki, T.Stefanski, A.P.Litvinchuk, M.Ya.Valakh - "Anion disordering in Cd1-xPbxF2 superionic crystals", Solid State Ionics 36 (1989) 227 - 229. 38. I.Kosacki, A.P.Litvinchuk, J.J.Tarasov, M.Ya.Valakh - "Anion disordering and specific heat of Cd1-xPbxF2 superionic crystals", J. Phys. Condens. Matter 1 (1989) 929 - 934. 39. I.Kosacki - "Physical properties and applications of Cd1-xPbxF2 superionic crystals", Appl. Phys. A49

(1989) 413 - 424.

40. I.Kosacki, A.P.Litvinchuk -"Structure and ion disordering of superionic crystals", Proc. XII Europen Crystalographic Meeting, Moscow 1989, pp.107 - 115. 41. I.Kosacki - "Superionic conductors with fluorite structure and their applications", Proc. VII International Conference Solid State Ionics, Hakone 1989 (extended abstract). 42. I.Kosacki, A.P.Litvinchuk, M.Ya.Valakh - "Raman scattering and ionic conductivity in gamma- irradiated PbF2 superionic crystals", Acta Phys. Polonica, A77 (1990) 299 - 302. 43. I.Kh.Akopyan, A.A.Klochikhin, B.V.Novikov, M.Ya.Valakh, A.P.Litvinchuk and I.Kosacki – "Optical spectroscopy of superionic crystals", Phys. Stat. Solidi, a119 (1990) 363 - 415. 44. I.Kosacki - "Physics and applications of Cd1-xPbxF2 superionic crystals", Postepy Fizyki, 42 (1991) 245 - 270.

45. I.Kosacki, A.P.Litvinchuk- "Lattice defects and thermodynamics properties of Cd1-x Pbx F2 superionic crystals", Radiation Effects and Defects in Solids, 119/121 (1991) 111 - 116. 46. I.Kosacki, M.Massot, M.Balkanski, H.L.Tuller - "Electrical conductivity and Raman scattering of amorphous V2O5 - LiBO2", Mater. Sci. Eng. B12 (1992) 345 - 349. 47. I.Kosacki, M.Eddrief, C.Julien, M.Balkanski -"Cation-anion interaction and lattice disordering in PbF2 superionic crystals", in Solid State Ionics, Eds. M.Balkanski, T.Takahashi and H.L.Tuller, Elsevier Science Publishers B.V. 1992, pp.361 - 365. 48. I.Kosacki, M.Eddrief, C.Julien, M.Balkanski - "Studies of cation-anion interaction and lattice disordering in PbF2 superionic crystals", Mater. Sci. Eng. B14 (1992) 921- 923. 49. F.De Schutter J.Vangrunderbeek, J.Luyten, I.Kosacki, R.Van Landschoot J.Schram and J.Schoonman - "Proton conductivity in strontium cerates for hydrogen gas sensors in coal gasification", Solid State Ionics 57 (1992) 77 - 81. 50. I.Kosacki, J.Schoonman, M.Balkanski - "Raman scattering and ionic transport in SrCe1-xYbxO3", Solid State Ionics 57 (1992) 345 - 351.

51. I.Kosacki, J.G.M.Becht, R.Van Landschoot, J.Schoonman - "Electrical properties of SrCe0.95Yb0.05O3 in hydrogen containing atmospheres", Solid State Ionics 59 (1993) 287 - 296. 52. I.Kosacki, S.Kramer, H.L.Tuller -"Non-stoichiometry and electrical transport of Gd2(Ti1-xNbx)2O7" Solid State Phenomena, Scitec Publ., 39-40 (1994) 117 - 122. 53. I.Kosacki, H.L.Tuller - "Donor doped Gd2Ti2O7 as semiconductor-type oxygen sensor", Sensors and Actuaturs B24/25 (1995) 370 - 374.

54. I.Kosacki, H.L.Tuller - "Mixed conductivity of SrCe0.95Yb0.05O3 protonic conductors", Solid State Ionics 80 (1995) 223 - 229.

55. I.Kosacki, H.L.Tuller - "Electrical properties of donor and acceptor doped Gd2Ti2O7" in Solid State Ionics IV vol.369 eds. G.A.Nazri, J.M.Tarascon and M.Schreiber, Materials Research Society, Pittsburgh, PA 1995 pp. 703 - 708.

56. M.Aoki, Y.M.Chiang, I.Kosacki, J.R.Lee, H.L.Tuller -"Solute segregation and grain boundary impedance in high-purity stabilized zirconia", J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 79, No5 (1996) 1169 - 1180. 57. Y.M.Chiang, E.B.Lavik, I.Kosacki, H.L.Tuller – “Enhances nonstiochiometry and electrical conductivity in dense nanocrystalline CeO2-x “, MRS Proc. 400, Materials Research Society, Pittsburgh, PA 1996, pp. 359 - 364.

58. Y.M.Chiang, E.B.Lavik, I.Kosacki, H.L.Tuller, J.Y.Ying - "Defect and transport properties of nanocrystalline CeO2-x", Appl. Phys. Letters 69, 2 (1996) 185 - 187. Igor Kosacki ac7c5j@r.postjobfree.com Page 9

59. O.Porat, M.A.Spears, I.Kosacki, H.L.Tuller - "Modeling and characterization mixed ionic- electronic conduction in Gd2(Ti1-xMnx)2O7", Solid State Ionics, 86-88 (1996) 285 - 288. 60. I.Kosacki, H.U.Anderson - "The transport properties of nanocrystalline SrCe0.95Yb0.05O3 thin films", Appl. Phys. Letters, 69 (1996) 4171 - 4173.

61. I.Kosacki, H.U.Anderson - "The structure and electrical properties of SrCe0.95Yb0.05O3 thin film protonic conductors", Solid State Ionics, 97 (1997) 429 - 436. 62. Y-M.Chiang, E.B.Lavik, I.Kosacki, H.L.Tuller, J.Y.Ying - "Nonstoichiometry and electrical conductivity of nanocrystalline CeO2-x", J. Electroceramics, 1 (1997) 7 - 14. 63. I.Kosacki, H.U.Anderson - "The semiconductor-type gas sensor based on thin film ionic conductors" pp.56 - 68 in Ceramic Sensors III, eds. H.U.Anderson, M.Liu and N.Yamazoe, The Electrochemical Society Proceedings Series, Pennington, NJ 1997. 64. I.Kosacki, H.U.Andeson - "Electical conductivity and structure of nanocrystalline CeO2 thin films" pp.537 - 542 in Solid State Chemistry of Inorganic Materials, eds. P.K.Davies, A.J.Jacobson, Ch.C.Torardi and T.A.Vanderah, Materials Research Society, Pittsburgh 1997. 65. I.Kosacki, M.Shumsky, H.U.Anderson - "Non-stoichiometry and structure of SrCe1-xYbxO3 perovskite-type oxides" pp.519 - 522 in Solid State Chemistry of Inorganic Materials, eds. P.K.Davies, A.J.Jacobson, Ch.C.Torardi and T.A.Vanderah, Materials Research Society, Pittsburgh 1997.

66. I.Kosacki, B.Gorman and H.U.Anderson, - “Microstructure and electrical conductivity in nanocrystalline oxide thin films” pp 631 - 642 in Ionic and Mixed Conducting Ceramics III, ed. T.A.Ramanarayanan, The Electrochemical Society Inc., Pennington, NJ 1998. 67. I.Kosacki and H.U.Anderson, - “Nanostructured oxide thin films for gas sensors”, Sensors and Actuators B48 (1998) 263 - 269.

68. I.Kosacki and H.U.Anderson - “Microstructure-electrical transport correlation in ceramic oxide thin films”, Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings, ed. D. Bray, Vol.19, 4, pp.447 - 489, The American Ceramic Society, Westerville, OH, 1998.

69. I.Kosacki, Ph.Colomban and H.U.Anderson - “Grain-size dependent properties of oxygen conducting ceramics”, Proc. US-Japan Workshop on Electrically Active Ceramics Interfaces, MIT, Cambridge, 1998, pp. 180 - 184.

70. I.Kosacki, V.Petrovsky and H.U.Anderson - "Band gap energy in nanocrystalline ZrO2:16%Y thin films", Appl. Phys. Letters, 74 (1999) 341 - 343.

71. I.Kosacki, V.Petrovsky and H.U.Anderson - “Electrical conductivity in nanocrystalline ZrO2:Y”, Mat. Res. Soc. Symposium Proc. Vol. 548, pp.505 - 510 Materials Research Society, Pittsburgh, 1999. 72. I.Kosacki, T.Suzuki and H.U.Anderson - “Nanocrystalline oxide thin films for electrochemical devices”, Electrochemical Society Proceedings, 99-13, pp.190 - 198, The Electrochemical Society Inc., Pennington, NJ 1999.

73. I.Kosacki, M.Shumsky and H.U.Anderson -“The growth and structure of nanocrystalline ZrO2:Y thin films”, Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings, eds. E.Ustundag and G.Fischman, Vol.20, 3, pp.135 - 144, The American Ceramic Society, Westerville, OH, 1999. 74. I.Kosacki, T.Suzuki and H.U.Anderson - “The growth and optical properties of ZrO2:Y and CeO2 nanocrystalline thin films”, in Innovative Processing and Synthesis of Ceramics, Glasses and Composites III, eds. J.P.Singh, N.P.Bansal and K.Niihara, Ceramic Transactions Vol.108, pp.275 - 284, The American Ceramic Society, Westerville, OH, 2000. 75. I.Kosacki, V.Petrovsky and H.U.Anderson - “Modeling and characterization of electrical transport in oxygen conducting solid electrolytes”, J. Electroceramics 4, 1 (2000) 243 - 249. 76. I.Kosacki, T.Suzuki and H.U.Anderson - “Electrical conductivity of nanocrystalline ceria and zirconia thin films, Solid State Ionics, 136/137 (2000) 1225 - 1233. 77. I.Kosacki and H.U.Anderson - “Microstructure-property relationship in nanocrystalline oxide thin films”, Ionics 6 (2000) 294 - 311.

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78. G.E.Rush, A.V.Chadwick, I.Kosacki and H.U.Anderson - “An EXAFS study of nanocrystalline yttrium stabilized cubic zirconia films and pure zirconia powders”, J. Phys. Chem. B104 (2000) 9597- 9606.

79. I.Kosacki, T.Suzuki and H.U.Anderson - “Lattice defects and electrical transport in nanocrystalline ceria and zirconia thin films”, in Mass and charge Transport in Inorganic Materials, P.Vincenzini, V.Buscaglia (Eds.), Techna Srl. 2000, pp.419 - 429. 80. T.Suzuki, I.Kosacki and H.U.Anderson - “Mixed conductivity in nanocrystalline undoped and doped cerium oxide”, Proc.198th Meeting of Electrochemical Society, Phoenix 2000, The Electrochemical Society, Proc. 2000-32, pp. 190 - 199.

81. I.Kosacki and H.U.Anderson - “Grain boundary effects in nanocrystalline oxide thin films”, in Encyclopedia of Materials: Science and Technology, Elsevier Science Ltd., New York 2001, vol.4, pp.3609 - 3617.

82. G.E.Rush, A.V.Chadwick, I.Kosacki and H.U.Anderson - “An EXAFS study of nanocrystalline thin films”, Radiation Effects and Defects in Solids, 156 (2001) 117 - 121. 83. I.Kosacki and H.U.Anderson - “Lattice defects in nanocrystalline thin films”, Radiation Effects and Defects in Solids, 156 (2001) 109 - 115.

84. T.Suzuki, I.Kosacki and H.U.Anderson - “Electrical conductivity and lattice defects in nanocrystalline CeO2 thin films”, J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 84 (2001) 2007 - 2014. 85. I.Kosacki, T.Suzuki and H.U.Anderson - “Microstructure controlled electrical conductivity in acceptor-doped ZrO2 thin films”, Electrochemical Society Proceedings, 2001-16, The Electrochemical Society Inc. Pennington, NJ 2001, pp. 284 - 292. 86. I.Kosacki and H.U.Anderson - “Mixed conductivity in nanocrystalline oxide thin films” Electrochemical Society Proceedings, 2001-28, The Electrochemical Society Inc. Pennington, NJ 2001, pp.238 - 251.

87. T.Suzuki, I.Kosacki, V.Petrovsky and H.U.Anderson – “Optical properties of undoped and Gd- doped CeO2 nanocrystalline thin films



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