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  • Academician Professor Georgii BORESKOV G. Boreskov


    Theory of heterogeneous catalysis. Nature of intermediate interaction between reactants and the catalyst. Influence of the energy of bonding reactants to the catalyst on the catalytic activity and selectivity. Concepts of stepwise and associative mechanisms of catalytic redox reactions. Unsteady-state catalysis. Development of industrial catalysts.

  • Academician Professor Kirill ZAMARAEV K.I. Zamaraev


    Theory of tunneling electron transfer in solids. Coordination chemistry of metal complex solutions. Investigations of stepwise mechanisms of homogeneous and heterogeneous catalytic reactions, structures of active centers on the atomic and molecular levels. Search for new non-traditional areas in catalysis.

  • Academician Professor Valentin PARMON V.N. Parmon


    Catalysis and photocatalysis for renewable and non-traditional energetics. Photochemical and thermochemical methods for solar energy conversion. Radiational and thermal catalysis. The role of photocatalysis in the global chemistry of the Earth atmosphere. Abiogenic catalysis in the nature. Synthesis of nanomaterials. New types of chemical reactors.

  • Academician Professor Valerii Bukhtiyarov V.I. Bukhtiyarov


    Structural and size effects in heterogeneous catalysis. The study of reactions on the surface of a solid, including in situ studies by modern physical methods. Establishing the “structure-activity” relationship in nanosize and nanostructured catalysts. Controlled synthesis of functional materials for catalytic applications.

  • Corresponding member of RAS, Professor Roman BUYANOV R.A.Buyanov


    Scientific bases for catalyst preparation and engineering. Methods for improvement of solid reactivity. Mechanochemistry in catalysis. Processes of catalyst deactivation. Theoretic basis of synthesis of carbon-mineral composites. Theory of non-branched radical chain catalytic reactions. Development of catalysts for industrial applications.

  • Corresponding member of RAS, Professor Mikhail SLIN'KO M.Slinko


    Method of mathematical modeling of catalytic processes and reactors based on the hierarchical principle of the model construction. Optimization and modeling of fixed and fluidized bed processes, liquid- and multiphase unsteady-state processes. Design of industrial reactors.

  • Professor, Dr.Sci. Yurii Yermakov Y.Ermakov


    Methods for deliberate synthesis of supported catalysts with controlled composition and dispersion using anchored organometal compounds. Processes of catalytic polymerization of olefins. Development of industrial catalysts.

  • Professor, Dr.Sci. Vera DZIS'KO V.Dsisko


    Regularities of the formation of oxide catalysts of complex composition. Principles of regulation of chemical and phase composition, surface acid-base properties, textural and strength characteristics, thermal stability. Development of a number of industrial catalysts.

  • Corresponding member of RAS, Professor Vladimir LIKHOLOBOV V.Likholobov


    Molecular design of catalytic compositions for organic synthesis, "tailoring" of active centers of metal complex catalysts. Synthesis of porous supports with controlled texture and surface nature.

  • Professor, Dr.Sci. Georgii ZHIDOMIROV G.Zhidomirov


    Theory of heterogeneous catalysis and surface spectroscopy. Molecular modeling of catalytic systems. Computing of the electron structure and properties of acidic and redox centers of zeolite, oxide and metal catalysts.

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