Collaborators in Russia
G-RISC encourages and promotes research visits of Germans to Russia. Specific offers are constantly updated. Further question should be addressed to the G-RISC Office (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Research facilities at Saint Petersburg State University (SPBU) inviting Germans for research stays:
At St. Petersburg University visits are possible on the basis of the following research units:
Academics willing to host students and researchers in the area of chemistry:
Prof. Boris A. Noskov, email - email@example.com, projects on aggregates of biomacromolecules (proteins, DNA and their complexes with amphiphilic substances) at liquid/fluid interfaces are in priority.
Prof. Regina M. Islamova, email - firstname.lastname@example.org, projects on macromolecular compounds, metal complex catalysis in polymer chemistry, synthesis and properties of macromolecules, polysiloxanes. are in priority.
Assoc. Prof. Elena V. Grachova, email - email@example.com, projects on coordination chemistry, organometallic chemistry, transition metal complexes, mixed-metal compounds, nano-scale molecular assemblies, supramolecular ensembles, hybrid nanostructures and luminescence are in priority.
Prof. Alexey Y. Timoshkin, email - firstname.lastname@example.org, projects in priority: 1) Mixed main group compounds of p block elements 2) Lewis acidity scales of Lewis acids and superacids 3) Donor-acceptor interactions 4) Main group amidoboranes.
Prof. Konstantin N. Mikhelson, email email@example.com, projects on electrochemical sensors are in priority.
Prof. Dmitry O. Kirsanov, email firstname.lastname@example.org, projects in priority: Chemometrics in analytical chemistry; chemical sensors; sensor arrays; "electronic tongue" multisensor systems; biomedical analytical chemistry.
Stanislav Kalinin, PhD student, Researcher, email email@example.com, projects on medicinal chemistry are in priority.
Academics willing to host students and researchers in the area of mathematics and mechanics: