Ivan Karbovnyk

Position: Chairperson, Radiophysics and Computer Technologies Department

Scientific degree: Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences

Academic status: Associate Professor

Phone (office): (032) 239-42-24

Email: Ivan.Karbovnyk@lnu.edu.ua

Google Scholar profile: scholar.google.com.ua

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Research interests

LabVIEW programming.

Experiment automation.

Design of embedded systems.

Computer modeling of nanoobjects.

Optical and electrical properties of nanocomposites.



  1. Karbovnyk I. Electric Field Oriented Nanostructured Organic Thin Films with Polarized Luminescence / D. Karbovnyk, I. Olenych,  I. N. Kukhta,  A. Lugovskii, G. Sasnouski, T. Chutora, A. P. Luchechko, I. Khalakhan,  A. Kukhta // Nanoscale Research Letters. – 2017. – Vol. 12. – P. 166.   (IF: 2.726)
  2. Karbovnyk I. Multicolor photon emission from organic thin films on different substrates / I. Karbovnyk, I. Olenych, A. Kukhta, A. Lugovskii, G. Sasnouski, Yu. Olenych, A. Luchechko, A.I. Popov, L. Yarytska // Radiation Measurements. – 2016. – Vol. 90. – P. 38-42. (IF: 1.071)
  3. Karbovnyk I. Impedance characterization of Cr3+, Y3+and Zr4+ activated forsterite nanoceramics synthesized by sol-gel method / Karbovnyk, I. Borshchyshyn, Y. Vakhula, I. Lutsyshyn, H. Klym, I. Bolesta // Ceramics International. – 2016. – Vol. 42. – P. 8501-8504. (IF: 2.758)
  4. Karbovnyk I. Effect of Radiation on the Electrical Properties of PEDOT-Based Nanocomposites / I. Karbovnyk, I. Olenych, O. Aksimentyeva, H. Klym, O. Dzendzelyuk, Y. Olenych, O. Hrushetska // Nanoscale Research Letters. – – Vol. 11. – P. 84.1-84.5.   (IF: 2.726)
  5. Karbovnyk I. Long-term evolution of luminescent properties in CdI2crystals / Karbovnyk, I. Bolesta, I. Rovetskii, V. Lesivtsiv, Ya. Shmygelsky, S. Velgosh // Low Temperature Physics. – 2016. – Vol. 42. – P. 756-759. (IF: 0.786)
  6. Klym H. Optical and Vibrational Spectra of CsCl-Enriched GeS2-Ga2S3 Glasses / H. Klym, Karbovnyk, M. Cestelli Guidi, O. Hotra, A.I. Popov // Nanoscale Research Letters. – 2016. – Vol. 11. – P. 132.1-132.6.   (IF: 2.726)
  7. Sadovyi B. Influence of crystallization front direction on the Mg-related impurity centers incorporation in bulk GaN:Mg grown by HNPS method / B. Sadovyi, Amilusik, E. Litwin-StaszewskaM. BockowskiI. GrzegoryS. Porowski, M. FijalkowskiV. RudykV. TsybulskyiM. Panasyuk,I. Karbovnyk, V. Kapustianyk // Optical Materials. – 2016. –Vol. 59. – P. 491-496. (IF: 2.023)
  8. Klym H. Influence of CsCl addition on the nanostructured voids and optical properties of 80GeS2-20Ga2S3glasses  / H. Klym, A. Ingram, O. Shpotyuk, Karbovnyk // Optical Materials. – 2016. Vol. 59. – P. 39-42. (IF: 2.023)
  9. Savchyn V.P. Cathodoluminescence characterization of polystyrene-BaZrO3 hybrid composites / P. SavchynA.I. PopovO.I. AksimentyevaH. KlymYu.Yu. HorbenkoV. SergaA. MoskinaI. Karbovnyk // Low Temperature Physics. – 2016. Vol. 42. – P. 597-600. (IF: 0.786)
  10. Sadovyi B. High temperature stability of electrical and optical properties of bulk GaN:Mg grown by HNPS method in different crystallographic directions / B. Sadovyi, Amilusik, G. Staszczak, M. BockowskiI. GrzegoryS. Porowski, L. Konczewicz, V. TsybulskyiM. Panasyuk,  V. Rudyk,  I. Karbovnyk, V. Kapustianyk, E. Litwin-Staszewska R. Piotrzkowski // Acta Physica Polonica. – 2016. – Vol. 129. – P. A126-A128. (IF: 0.430)
  11. Computer and experimental study of field-inducedconductivity modulation in liquid crystal–carbon nanotubes system / Yu. I. Olenych, I. B. Olenych, Yu. Yu. Horbenko, O. I. Aksimentyeva, Karbovnyk, B. R. Tsizh // Molecular Crystals and Liquid Crystals. – 2022. https://doi.org/10.1080/15421406.2022.2073532
  12. Impedance analysis of PEDOT:PSS/CNT composites below percolation threshold / Karbovnyk, H. Klym, D. Chalyy, I. Zhydenko, D. Lukashevych // Applied Nanoscience. – 2021. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13204-021-01810-x
  13. Optical properties of composite structure based on ZnO microneedles and Alq3 thin film / Karbovnyk, B. Sadoviy, B. Turko, A.M. Kostruba, A. Luchechko, V.S. Vasil’yev, R. Serkiz, Y. Kulyk, H. Klym, P.K. Khanna, A.V. Kukhta // Optical and Quantum Electronics. – 2021. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11082-021-03292-1
  14. LabVIEW-Based Automated Setup for Interferometric Refractive Index Probing // N. Andrushchak, Karbovnyk // SLAS Technology. – 2020. https://doi.org/10.1177/2472630319891133 
  15. Formation of oriented luminescent organic thin films on modified polymer substrate // Karbovnyk, B. Sadovyi, B. Turko, M. Sarzynski, A. Luchechko, I. N. Kukhta, H. Klym, A. Lugovskii, A. V. Kukhta // Applied Nanoscience. – 2020. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13204-019-00969-8


Karbovnyk Ivan Dmytrovych entered the Faculty of Physics of the Ivan Franko State University of Lviv in 1995 and received a diploma with honors after graduating from the university in 2000. From 2000 to 2003 he studied at the graduate school of Lviv National University named after Ivan Franko at the Department of Radiophysics, Faculty of Electronics. After graduating from graduate school Karbovnik ID was elected by competition for the position of assistant of the Department of Radiophysics, and since 2011 he has been working as an associate professor of this department. In 2012 he received a certificate of associate professor of radio physics and computer technology.

Working in a teaching position Karbovnik ID actively engaged in research of microelectronics materials and in 2007 defended his dissertation “Electronic and ionic processes in solid electrolytes Ag2HgI4 and Ag2CdI4” (supervisor – Professor Bolesta IM).

He collaborates with foreign research institutions, including the Warsaw Institute of High Pressures of the Polish Academy of Sciences and the Italian National Institute of Nuclear Physics. In 2007-2008 he led the implementation of the INTAS International Foundation project on “Electronic and phonon spectra of metal clusters in layered CdI2 crystals and in nanostructured superionic compounds in the AgI-CdI2 system.”

In 2014, Karbovnik ID wins the Ukrainian-American Joint Research Projects Program of the US Civilian Research and Development Foundation (CRDF) with the project “Research and Application of Functional Technological Nanomaterials for Pollution Assessment and Environmental Protection” (SAFENANOTEC) and receives an annual research grant with US colleagues (Wheaton College, Massachusetts). These studies concern the use of multifunctional properties of nanostructured materials to detect the impact of harmful elements on the environment and analyze the possibilities of identification and neutralization of harmful radiation using advanced nanotechnology. The main results of grant research have been published in professional journals (Journal of Nanophotonics, 2014, Nanoscale Research Letters, 2015).

In the work of Karbovnik ID as of 2018, more than 200 scientific papers, including about 40 articles in professional international journals with citation index.

While working at the department, he lectures on “Electrical Engineering and Electronics”, “Computer Circuitry”, “Computer Aided Design Technologies”, “Physical Experiment Automation”, “Microcomputer Information Systems”, “Graphic Programming”.

More than 10 years Karbovnik ID is the head of the Club of Intellectual Leisure at the Faculty of Electronics and Computer Technology, organizing the competition of the student league “What? Where? When?” and chess tournaments for students and staff.


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