Graduated with honors from the Faculty of Biotechnology and Organic Synthesis of Lomonosov Moscow Academy of Fine Chemical Technology, Department of Chemistry and Technology of Organoelement Compounds (master of engineering and technology in “Chemical technology and biotechnology”).
Candidate thesis on “Polymetalloorganosiloxanes. Synthesis, features of rearrangement and catalytic properties” was defended at A. N. Nesmeyanov Institute of Organoelement compounds of Russian Academy of Sciences (INEOS RAS), specialty “High molecular compounds”. Academic degree - Candidate of Chemical Sciences was awarded.
Researcher at INEOS RAS. Since 2010 - senior researcher at INEOS RAS.
The grant of the President of the Russian Federation to young scientists - Candidates of Sciences.
Head of grants of the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (RFBR), joint grants of RFBR and Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique - CNRS. Responsible executor of grants of RFBR and Russian Science Foundation (RPF).
Visiting Professor at the University of Montpellier (France).
Assistant, and since 2019 - associate Professor of the Department of Inorganic Chemistry of the Faculty of Physical, Mathematical and Natural Sciences of RUDN University
Deputy Director of the Research Institute of Chemistry of RUDN University.
- Scientific guidance of post-graduate students of RUDN, who are enrolled in the postgraduate program “Inorganic Chemistry”.
- Conducts scientific seminars, round tables and lectures of visiting scientists for students and post-graduate students of the Faculty of Physical, Mathematical and Natural Sciences of RUDN University.
- Co-author of the monograph “Metalloorganosiloxanes. Modern concepts and methods”, for the course “Actual problems of modern inorganic chemistry”.
- A new type of organoelement compounds - cage-like metallorgano-Ge-sesquioxanes was discovered.
- Original approaches to the synthesis of cage-like metallosesquioxanes of Si and Ge was developed. This made it possible to obtain products with a record high number of metal ions (Cu (II)) in the composition of the following compounds: Cu16-silsesquioxane and Cu42-silsesquioxane.
- An approach to the directed production of supramolecular compositions (coordination polymers) based on frame silsesquioxanes of Cu and Ni was proposed. he 1D-2D-3D systems including bi-and trimetallic cage-like compounds as repeating elements of supramolecular structure were distinguished for the first time.
- Regularities of structure formation of cage-like metallomesogens in terms of the reactions of organic ligands with different structures (N-, P-, N,N, N,O, P,P-, O,O-) were defined. Formation of ionic polymetallic complexes including the cage-like Cu-phenylsilsesquioxane as an anionic component was described for the first time.
- Catalytic activity of Cu-, Co-, Fe -, Ni-containing germanium and silicon sesquioxanes in the popular organic synthesis reactions-C-H-activation and amide production was studied. High efficiency of catalysts of this type was proved as they keep activity at low loadings.
- The course of unusual oxidative processes in the reactions of self-assembly of copper-containing cage-like forces-and Ge-sesquioxanes was found. In particular, oxidation of the methyl group of neocoproin to diol under mild conditions simulating enzymatic processes was defined for the first time.
- Manifestation of nontrivial magnetic properties by cage-like phenylherms- and silsesquioxanes including Ni(II) -, Co(II) - and Fe(III) ions (“spin glass” effect - slowing of magnetization relaxation) was defined.
- Organoelement and inorganic chemistry;
- Metal complexes of cage-like structure;
- Complexation reactions;
- Design of coordination polymers;
- Molecular magnetism;