Professor: Andriy Zhugayevych
Olga graduated with honors from Chemistry Department of Lomonosov Moscow State University in 2012. Her diploma work was devoted to the mechanisms of skeletal rearrangements in fullerenes. In 2012, Olga started her postgraduate studies focused on transformation processes in carbon nanostructures and determination of characteristics of non-classical carbon frameworks. Her research in the field of computational modelling of graphene analogs was supported by RFBR grant for young scientists. As a junior research scientist at MSU, Olga also participated in teaching quantum chemistry to the 4th year undergraduates.
Understanding the dependence of charge transport on morphology in organic semiconductor films
Olesya O. Semivrazhskaya, Alexey V. Rybalchenko, Maria P. Kosaya, Natalia S. Lukonina, Olga N. Mazaleva, Ilya N. Ioffe, Sergey I. Troyanov, Nadezhda B. Tamm, Alexey A. Goryunkov. Lower trifluoromethylfullerene derivatives: novel structural data and an survey of electronic properties. Electrochimica Acta, 2017, V. 255, 472-481.
Ilya N. Ioffe, Olga N. Mazaleva, Lev N. Sidorov, Shangfeng Yang, Tao Wei, Erhard Kemnitz and Sergey I. Troyanov. Cage shrinkage of fullerene via a C2 loss: from IPR C90(28)Cl24 to nonclassical, heptagon containing C88Cl22/24. Inorganic chemistry, 2013, V. 52(24), 13821-13823..
Ilya N. Ioffe, Olga N. Mazaleva, Lev N. Sidorov, Shangfeng Yang, Tao Wei, Erhard Kemnitz and Sergey I. Troyanov. Skeletal transformation of isolated pentagon rule (IPR) fullerene C82 into nonIPR C82Cl28 with notably low activation barriers. Inorganic chemistry, 2012, V. 51(21), 11226-11228.
Ilya N. Ioffe, Olga N. Mazaleva, Chuanbao Chen, Shangfeng Yang, Erhard Kemnitz and Sergey I. Troyanov. C76 fullerene chlorides and cage transformations. Structural and theoretical study. Dalton transactions, 2011, V. 40(41), 1100511011.
Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia, Chemistry Departmen, M.Sc. 2012