Sasha Bubon
Oleksandr Bubon

PhD student, Chemistry and Materials Science, Lakehead University



Education
  • PhD Candidate, Lakehead University, Department of Chemistry and Materials Science, Specialization: Solid State Materials for applications in Radiation Medical Imaging Detectors, Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada, 2013-Present
  • Master of Science, Lakehead University , Specialization: Solid State Physics, Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada, 2010-2012
  • B.Sc., National Technical University of Ukraine, “Kiev Polytechnic Institute”, ., Specialization: Automation and Control of Technical Systems, Kiev, Ukraine, 2005-2009
Appointments and Affiliations
  • Chief Technical Officer, Radialis Inc, Thunder Bay, Canada, March 2016-Present
  • Part-Time Teaching Assistant at Lakehead University, Physics Department, Thunder Bay, Canada, September 2014 – Present
  • Full Time Research Physicist at Thunder Bay Regional Research Institute, Thunder Bay, Canada, 2012-September 2013
  • Internship at Weinberg Medical Physics, Bethesda, Maryland, US, (3 visits with the duration of 2 month each), 2012-2013
  • Volunteering as consultant at XLV Diagnostics, Thunder Bay, Canada, 2012
  • Elected as a Vice-president of the Graduate Student Association at Lakehead University, May 2011 – December 2011
  • Volunteering at the Graduate Student Association and Graduate Student Committee at Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, Canada, September 2010 – April 2010
  • Graduate Student at Thunder Bay Regional Research Institute, Thunder Bay, Canada, 2010-2012
Awards and distinctions
  • 2016 - CUPE Professional Development Award. Value $500
  • 2015 - ELEKTA Student Travel Award. Value $1000
  • 2015 - Outstanding Oral Presentation Award at 17th Canadian Semiconductor Science and Technology Conference (CSSTC 2015), Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada
  • 2014 - Professional Development Bursary. Value $500
  • 2014 - ELEKTA Student Travel Award. Value $500. 2014-Canadian Cancer Society Research Institute (CCSRI) Travel Award. Value $2,000
  • 2014 - NSERC Graduate Scholarship Award for 3 years. Value $21,000 per year
  • 2013 - Professional Development Award. Value $500
  • 2013 - Ilko Kozyra Memorial Grad Bursary. Value $545
  • 2012 - OBI Entrepreneur award to develop entrepreneurial skills. Value $50 000
  • 2011 - Best poster presentation at Lakehead University Graduate Student Conference
  • 2010 - 3rd place student oral presentation at 1st Lake Superior Medical Imaging Workshop at Thunder Bay, Canada
Publications
  1. Safa Kasap , Joel B. Frey, George Belev, Olivier Tousignant,, Habib Mani, Jonathan
    Greenspan, Luc Laperriere, Oleksandr Bubon, Alla Reznik, Giovanni DeCrescenzo, Karim
    S. Karim and John A. Rowlands, Amorphous and Polycrystalline Photoconductors for
    Direct Conversion Flat Panel X-Ray Image Sensors, Sensors, 11, 2011
  2. O. Bubon, G. DeCrescenzo, W. Zhao, Y. Ohkawa, K. Miyakawa, T. Matsubara, K. Kikuchi,
    K. Tanioka, M. Kubota, J. A. Rowlands and A. Reznik, Electroded avalanche amorphous
    selenium(a-Se) photosensor, Current Applied Physics (2012),
    doi:10.1016/j.cap.2011.12.023
  3. O. Bubon, G. DeCrescenzo, J. A. Rowlands and A. Reznik, Amorphous selenium (a-Se)
    avalanche photosensor with metal electrodes, J. Non-Cryst. Solids, (2012),
    doi:10.1016/j.jnoncrysol.2011.12.093
  4. S. Abbaszadeha, K. Rom, O. Bubon, K. Karim, J.A. Rowlands and A. Reznik, The effect of
    the substrate on transient photodarkening in stabilized amorphous selenium, J. Non-
    Cryst. Solids, (2012)
  5. S. Abbaszadeha, C. Scott, O. Bubon, A.Reznik, and K. Karim, Enhanced detection
    efficiency of direct conversion X-ray detector using polyimide as hole-blocking layer,
    Scientific reports.3, (2013)
  6. O. Bubon, K. Jandieri, S.D. Baranovskii, S.O. Kasap and A. Reznik , “Columnar
    recombination for X-ray generated electron-holes in amorphous selenium and its
    significance in a-Se x-ray detectors”, Journal of Applied Physics 119, 124511 (2016)
Presentations and Special Lectures
  • 2016 – Poster presentation at IWORID 2016 Workshop, Barcelona, Spain
  • 2016 – Oral presentation at ICOOPMA 2016 Conference, Montreal, Canada
  • 2015 – Poster presentation at IEEE 2015 RTSD Conference, San Diego, USA
  • 2015 – Oral presentation at ICANS26, International Conference on Amorphous
    and Nanocrystalline Semiconductors, Aachen, Germany
  • 2015 – Oral presentation at Canadian Semiconductor Science and Technology
    Conference, Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada
  • 2015 – Exhibitor, showcasing our research and device at the IUPESM
    2015 World Congress on Medical Physics & Biomedical Engineering, Toronto,
    Canada
  • 2014 – Poster presentation at IEEE 2014 Medical Imaging Conference, Seattle,
    USA
  • 2014 – Oral presentation at IEEE 2014 Medical Imaging Conference, Seattle, USA
  • 2013 – Poster presentation at IEEE 2013 Medical Imaging Conference, South
    Korea
  • 2013 – Oral presentation at ICANS25, International Conference on Amorphous
    and Nanocrystalline Semiconductors, Toronto, Canada
  • 2013 – Giving an invited pitch at the Technology Transfer Conference organized
    by Bloom & Burton Health Investment Bank
  • 2012 – Pitching at the Ontario Brain Institute for Portable PET project
  • 2011 – Oral presentation at 2nd international Medical Imaging Workshop at
    Thunder Bay, Canada
  • 2011 – Oral presentation and paper submitted at ICANS24, International
    Conference on Amorphous and Nanocrystalline Semiconductors, Nara, Japan
  • 2011 – Poster presentation at Graduate Conference at Lakehead University,
    Canada
  • 2010 – Poster presentation at Conference held in honour of 10th year’s
    celebration of Canada Research Chair, Toronto, Canada
  • 2010 – Oral presentation at 1st international Medical Imaging Workshop at
    Thunder Bay, Canada
Patents

    Tileable block detectors for seamless block detector arrays in positron emission mammography.” #62300256; Receipt Date: 26+8-2016; Application type: Provisional

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