Gleb Vladimirov completed his Master level education in Applied Physics and Mathematics at the Moscow Institute for Physics and Technology (PhysTech) in 2008. In 2011, he completed his postgraduate studies in Chemical Physics at the Institute for Energy Problems of Chemical Physics of the Russian Academy of Sciences, working on application of computer simulation in mass-spectrometry instrumentation. Prior to Skoltech, he was a researcher in the Laboratory of Ion and Molecular Physics of the Institute for Energy Problems of Chemical Physics.
The current research activity is focused on application of mass-spectrometers for Near-Earth Space research:
Nikolaev, E. N., Kostyukevich, Y. I., & Vladimirov, G. N. (2014). Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance (FT ICR) mass spectrometry: Theory and simulations. Mass spectrometry reviews. doi: 10.1002/mas.21422
Igor A. Popov, Konstantin Nagornov, Gleb N. Vladimirov, Yury I. Kostyukevich, Eugene N. Nikolaev Twelve Million Resolving Power on 4.7 T Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance Instrument with Dynamically Harmonized Cell—Observation of Fine Structure in Peptide ,J Am Soc Mass Spectrom., Volume 25, Issue 5 , pp 790-799 , (2014)
YI. Kostyukevich, GN. Vladimirov, EN. Nikolaev “Dynamically Harmonized FT-ICR Cell with Specially Shaped Electrodes for Compensation of Inhomogeneity of the Magnetic Field. Computer Simulations of the Electric Field and Ion Motion Dynamics” // J Am Soc Mass Spectrom., Volume 23, Issue 12, pp 2198-2207 (2012) )
Franklin E. Leach III, Andriy Kharchenko, Gleb Vladimirov, Konstantin Aizikov, Peter B. O’Connor, Eugene Nikolaev, Ron M.A. Heeren, I. Jonathan Amster, Analysis of phase dependent frequency shifts in simulated FTMS transients using the filter diagonalization method // International Journal of Mass Spectrometry Volumes 325–327, Pages 19–24 (2012)
A.Kharchenko, G.Vladimirov, R.M.A.Heeren, E.Nikolaev Performance of Orbitrap mass analyzer at various space charge and non-ideal field conditions: simulation approach // Journal of The American Society for Mass Spectrometry, Volume 23, Issue 5, pp 977-987, (2012)
G. Vladimirov, CL. Hendrickson, GT. Blakney, AG. Marshall, R.M.A Heeren, E. Nikolaev, Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass resolution and dynamic range limits calculated by computer modeling of ion cloud motion // Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry, Volume 23, Number 2, 375-384, (2012)
Mass-spectrometry instrumentation, computer modeling of ion cloud behavior for study of non-neutral plasma effects in mass-analyzers (FTICR, orbitrap, cassinian trap, etc.), ion accumulation and transfer devices; study of natural organic matter using high resolution mass-spectrometry.