Сhemical fest "Mendeleev 150"

On March 17, a great celebration of chemistry was organized in the Russian Cultural Center dedicated to the 150th Anniversary of the discovery of Dmitry I. Mendeleev Periodic Table.

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The celebration aroused great interest from both children and their parents, it took place in an interesting interactive form: Russian and Russian-speaking scientists of the international level held scientific workshops and presentations. The event was filled with laboratories and chemical experiments, games. Everyone was delighted. Children have been asking parents about the processes, magic and secrets of chemical reactions!

We would like to remind you that UNESCO declared 2019 as the International Year of the Periodic Table of Chemical Elements by Dmitry I. Mendeleev

Expert profile:

Nadezhda Veryasova, a biochemist, graduated from the Faculty of Chemistry, Lomonosov Moscow State University in 2018. Engaged in research in the field of biomaterials for regenerative medicine in the First MGMU named after Sechenov. Currently - a graduate student at KU Leuven in the field of green chemistry.

Nikolay Nesterenko, a chemist, graduated from the Faculty Of Chemistry of Lomonosov Moscow State University in 2000, became a candidate of chemical sciences (PhD), he worked in the laboratory of Kinetics and Catalysis. In 2005, he began his career at Total, currently he is a team leader in Total's R&D department (Belgium), head of Total Nanoclinergy laboratory in the development of new materials at the Higher Engineering School of Cana (France), and a member of the Total Professors Association (TPA), lectures at universities.

Igor Dyakov, PhD , Chemistry, Researcher at the Scientific Institute of Public Services (Belgium). Conducts research in the control of industrial emissions into the atmosphere, the emission of gases and nanoparticles.

Gleb Veryasov, a materials chemist, graduated from the Faculty of Chemistry of Lomonosov Moscow State University in 2010, in 2014 he received the title of candidate of science (PhD) in the city of Ljubljana, Slovenia. Engaged in research in international groups, including in Japan. Currently working in the field of energy production and conversion.

Ekaterina Makshina, a biochemist, graduated with honors from the Faculty of Chemistry of Lomonosov Moscow State University in 2004. In 2007 she received the title of candidate of science (PhD). Since 2010 she has been working as a research assistant at the Faculty of Bio-Engineering at the University of Leuven. The main research areas are related to the development of new intermediates for the synthesis of new biomaterials and biofuels, as well as the search for new methods of processing waste and CO2.

Georgy Sonulashvili, a microbiologist, graduated from the magistracy at the Georgian Technical University in 2003. He received the title of candidate of science (PhD) at the University of Haifa, Israel (2005-2009). He participated in several international projects in the EU. His area of ​​interest is environmental and applied microbiology. He is currently a senior research fellow at the ULB Laboratory of Applied Microbiology.

Alexey Koshelev, a physicist, graduated from the Faculty of Physics of Lomonosov Moscow State University  with Diploma with Honor in 2000, he defended his PhD in Steklov Institute of Physics and Mathematics (glass) in the specialty Theoretical Physics in 2003, has international experience. Currently working in Portugal (UBI) and part-time in Belgium (VUB). Main subjects: cosmology, mainly of the early Universe and alternatives to the Big Bang; string theory and the grand unification theory in general; Mathematics: geometry, topology, theory of operators and functional analysis.

 

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