Leader of the Research Group for Bulk Nanostructured Aluminum Alloys for Electrical Engineering and Structural Applications, Senior Researcher, PhD (Cand.Sci.)
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Maxim Murashkin graduated from Ufa State Aviation Technical University (Ufa, Russia) in 1993 with the speciality of Machines and Metal Forming Technology. From 1993 until 2003 he worked at the Institute for Metals Superplasticity Problems of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IMSP RAS). In 2002 he defended his PhD thesis on the topic: «Structure and mechanical properties of commercial Al alloys 1560 and 5083 of the Al-
Since 2003 Maxim Murashkin has been working at IMPAM USATU (initially as researcher, and since 2011 as senior researher).
At present the main area of his research activities is the development of the principles for enhancement of mechanical and performance properties of Al alloys for structural and electrical engineering applications, using severe plastic deformation.
The total number of his publications in Russian and international journals and conference proceedings is 83.
Since 2010 he has published 45 papers, including 37 in journals indexed by Web of Science or Scopus.
The main areas of research activities of the grop headed by Maxim Murashkin include:
• Principles of generating regulated/gradient nanostructures in binary Al alloys of the Al-
• Thermomechanical/physical modeling of the production processes (rolling, sheet forming/stamping, etc.) of nanostructured and ultrafine-
• Microstructure analysis of Al alloys by optical microscopy, electron microscopy and X-
• Nanostructurted Al alloys produced by new methods of powder metallurgy combined with SPD processing: structural features, physical and mechanical properties, innovation potential.
1. R.Z. Valiev, N.A. Enikeev, M.Yu. Murashkin, V.U. Kazykhanov, X. Sauvage, On the origin of the extremely high strength of ultrafine–grained Al alloys produced by severe plastic deformation // Scripta Mater. (2010) Vol. 63, pp. 949-
2. P. V. Liddicoat, X.-
3. R.Z. Valiev, M.Yu. Murashkin, I.P. Semenova, Grain Boundaries and Mechanical Properties of Ultrafine-
4. E.C. Moreno-
5. Sauvage X., Murashkin M. Yu., Valiev R. Z. Atomic scale investigation of dynamic precipitation and grain boundary segregation in a 6061 aluminium alloy nanostructured by ECAP // Kovove Materialy –
6. K. Tugcu, G. Sha, X.Z. Liao, P. Trimby, J.H. Xia, M.Y. Murashkin, Y. Xie, R.Z. Valiev, S.P. Ringer, Enhanced grain refinement of an Al–Mg–Si alloy by high-
7. X. Sauvage, A. Ganeev, Y. Ivanisenko, N. Enikeev, M. Murashkin, R. Valiev, Grain boundary segregation in UFG alloys processed by severe plastic deformation // Advanced Engineering Materials (2012) Vol. 14, №11, pp. 968-
8. Bobruk E.V., Murashkin M., Kazykhanov V.U., Valiev R.Z. Aging behavior and properties of ultrafine grained aluminum alloys of Al-
9. M.P. Liu, H.J. Roven, M.Yu. Murashkin, R.Z. Valiev, A. Kilmametov, Z. Zhang, Y. Yu, Structure and mechanical properties of nanostructured Al–Mg alloys processed by severe plastic deformation // Journal of Materials Science (2013) Vol. 48 issue 13, pp. 4681-
10. M. Murashkin, I. Sabirov, V. Kazykhanov, E. Bobruk, A. Dubravina, R.Z. Valiev, Enhanced mechanical properties and electrical conductivity in ultra-
11. Sabirov I., Murashkin M., Valiev R.Z. Nanostructured aluminium alloys produced by severe plastic deformation: New horizons in development // Materials Science and Engineering A 560 (2013) pp. 1-
12. M.Yu. Murashkin, N.A. Enikeev, V.U. Kazykhanov, I. Sabirov and R.Z. Valiev, Study on the effect of rolling on the microstructure of coarse-
13. Sha G., Tugcu K., Liao X.Z., Trimby P.W., Murashkin M.Y., Valiev R.Z., Ringer S.P. Strength, grain refinement and solute nanostructures of an Al-
14. Valiev R.Z., Murashkin M.Yu., Sabirov I. A nanostructural design to produce high-
15. X. Sauvage, N. Enikeev, R. Valiev, Y. Nasedkina, M. Murashkin, Atomic-
16. V.Kh. Mann, A.Yu. Krokhin, I.A. Matveeva, G.I. Raab, M.Yu. Murashkin, and R.Z. Valiev, Nanostructured Wire Rod Research and Development in Russia // Light Metal Age, December 2014, pp. 26-