Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv,
Faculty of Chemistry
62A, Volodymyrs'ka Street
Kyiv, 01033, Ukraine
PhD, junior researcher Faculty of Chemistry, Kyiv National University Taras Shevchenko. Journal Manager of French-Ukrainian Journal of Chemistry (English-language Journal, cited in Chemical Abstracts and Web of Science).
Born in Kiev on September 16, 1986. In 2004 graduated from Klovskiy luceum of foreign languages №77 and entered Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv. In 2009 graduated from organic chemistry department of faculty of chemistry, Taras Shevchenko Kiev National University with master degree. After graduating from the university became a graduate student (dept of organic chemistry, Kyiv National University Taras Shevchenko and Chemical Department, University Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France). In 2013 obtained Ph.D. with joint management (Z.V.Voitenko and I.Rico-Lattes) "Reactivity of 1-aminoisoindole, its derivatives and analogues in the reactions with dienophiles in homogeneous and structured media" in organic chemistry and became a junior scientific researcher (Faculty of Chemistry, Kyiv National University Taras Shevchenko). The total length of scientific work and work experience at the university is 9 years, 18 articles, 6 of them belong to the Scopus base, 3 to the WoS database. Studying the relative activity of heterocyclic systems and exploring the possibilities of their purposeful functionalization. In addition to research, he is involved in the development and support of the site of the English-speaking French-Ukrainian Chemical Journal (FUJC, http://kyivtoulouse.univ.kiev.ua/journal) and is the deputy editor-in-chief of the magazine quoted in WoS. From November 2014 to November 2015 he worked part-time at the National Contact Point of Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University. He occupied the post of coordinator of the direction "Future and new technologies" and engaged in information and technical support and development of the site of the NCP (http://nkp.univ.kiev.ua). Since February 2016, she has been working as a leading specialist in the Academic Mobility Division. He is engaged in information and technical support and development of the site's website (http://mobility.univ.kiev.ua).
Chemistry of heterocyclic compounds. Isoindoles, tautomeric and atropoisomeric compounds, cyanine dyes, and bioactive substances. Diels-Alder and Michael reactions, rearrangements, and spectral and computational methods of investigation, green chemistry.