PhD thesis: “Transition metal coordination polymers with π-d conjugation as active materials for energy storage devices”
Supervisor: Prof. Keith J. Stevenson
Roman graduated from D.I. Mendeleev Moscow University of Chemical Technology in 2017, where he received a Specialist degree (honors). During his education in the Mendeleev University, he conducted studies in Kurnakov Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry on phosphate-based cathode materials for lithium- and sodium-ion batteries. In 2017, he started his PhD studies at Skoltech. His current research interests include stable and fast organic-based cathode and anode materials for lithium-, sodium- and potassium-ion batteries.
Kapaev, R.R.; Toukach, Ph.V., “Carbohydrate Structure Generalization Scheme for Database-Driven 13C NMR Simulation”. 6th Baltic Meeting on Microbial Carbohydrates, September 7–10, 2014, Gdansk, Poland (oral).
Project title: Coordination compounds as anode materials for hybrid redox flow batteries
Brief description: The research project is devoted to development of advanced materials based on redox-active coordination compounds of transition metals, which can be utilized as anode materials in energy storage devices. Particularly, these materials are to be applied in the next generation of hybrid redox-flow batteries