22 - 27 Aug 2022
Kazan University, Kazan, Russia

XXIII International Conference on Chemical Thermodynamics in Russia RCCT-2022

XXIII International Conference on Chemical Thermodynamics in Russia

About

The RCCT Conference has been held since 1961 in different Russian scientific centers  ̶  seven times in Moscow, four times in Saint Petersburg, twice in Novosibirsk and Nizhny Novgorod, once in Krasnoyarsk, Ivanovo, Suzdal, Samara, and Kazan.

Conference program includes plenary lectures, discussions, and a poster session. A social program for RCCT participants and for accompanying persons will also be organized.

 

 

 

Preliminary program of RCCT-2022

Sunday, 21.08.2022.

Check in. Registration from 9.00 to 20.00

Monday, 22.08.2022

Registration from 8.00 to 9.00

9.00-11.00-Opening ceremony and plenary session

9.00-9.20 Opening ceremony

9.20-10.00  Stolyarova Valentina Leonidovna, , HIGH TEMPERATURE MASS SPECTROMETRIC STUDY OF THE MULTICOMPONENT SYSTEMS BASED ON OXIDES OF RARE EARTH ELEMENTS AND HAFNIUM

10.00-10.40 Kiselev Mikhail Grigorievich, TOWARDS SCREENING OF POLYMORHISM AT SUPERCRITICAL PARAMETERS OF STATE

10.40-11.20  Shchekin Alexander Kimovich,

EFFECTS OF CONFINEMENT FOR SMALL AGGREGATES

Coffee break    11.20-11.50

11.50-14.00-Section reports

1) Development of General Methods and Tools of Chemical Thermodynamics: New Experimental Techniques, Theory and Computer Simulation

11.50-12.10

(keynote lecture)

1.                   

Viktorov Alexey Ismailovich

Partitioning of n-octanol in mixed micellar solutions of triton with 1-methyl-3-octylimidazolium chloride: experiment and model predictions

12.10-12.30

2.                   

Pisarev Vasily Vyacheslavovich

Molecular dynamics study of viscosity and excess entropy of hydrocarbons

12.30-12.50

3.                   

Mokshin Anatoly Vasilievich
Crystal nucleation in amorphous systems: universal scaling relations

12.50-13.10

4.                   

Polkovnikova Natalya Alexandrovna

National challenges in material informatics

13.10-13.25

5.                   

Olkhin Andrey Sergeevich

Non-equilibrium thermodynamics of Enceladus ice shield: how Lattice-Boltzmann modeling helps us establish what’s inside

13.25-13.40

6.                   

Akhmetshina Ekaterina Stepanovna

Homodesmotic method for determining the enthalpy of formation of free alkyl radicals

2) Thermodynamics of Functional Materials, Interfacial and Confined Phenomena

11.50-12.20 (keynote lecture)

7.                   

Basova Tamara Valerievna

Fluorosubstituted metal phthalocyanines: physicochemical properties and thin films

12.20-12.40

8.                   

Malakhov Alexander Olegovich

Selectivity of gas separation membranes: an approximate predictive model

12.40-13.00

9.                   

Okhotnikova Ekaterina Sergeevna

Study of the bitumen phase composition by calorimetric method

13.00-13.20

10.               

Zvereva Irina Alekseevna

Particularities of structure and thermodynamic properties of layered perovskite photocatalysts 

13.20-13.40

11.               

Samsonov Vladimir Mikhailovich

Nanothermodynamics: difficulties, advances and prospects

13.40-13.55

12.               

Davydov Nikita Anatolievich

Photocatalytic activity of layered perovskite-like oxide H2La2Ti3O10 intercalated with n-octylamine

3) Supramolecular systems

11.50-12.20 (keynote lecture)

13.               

Ustinov Evgeny Alexandrovich

External fields method in molecular simulation and thermodynamics of 2D crystals

12.20-12.40

14.               

Ziganshin Marat Akhmedovich

Self-assembly, sorption and thermal properties of short-chain oligopeptides

12.40-13.00

15.               

Oparin Roman Dmitrievich

Role of an intramolecular hydrogen bond in lidocaine conformer distribution and polymorph stability

13.00-13.20

16.               

Usacheva Tatyana Rudolfovna

Thermodynamics of molecular complexation of cyclodextrins with quercetin and routine in mixed water-organic solvents 

13.20-13.35

17.               

Gatiatulin Askar Kamilevich

The role of water in guest inclusion by native cyclodextrins

13.55-15.30  Dinner

15.30-17.30  Plenary session

15.30 -16.10 Navrotsky Alexandra, ORGANICS MATTER: COMMON FEATURES IN ENERGETICS OF POLYMER DERIVED CERAMICS, METAL ORGANIC FRAMEWORKS, AND OTHER HYBRID MATERIALS      

16.10 -16.50 James Chickos, ESTIMATIONS OF THE LIQUID AND SOLID HEAT CAPACITY OF LARGE MOLECULES BY GROUP ADDITIVITY

16.50 -17.30 Vecchio Ciprioti Stefano THERMODYNAMIC STUDY OF

FORMAMIDINIUM LEAD IODIDE (CH5N2PbI3) FROM 5 TO 357 K

17.30 - 18.30  Poster session (Participants in an alphabetical order from А to Ж)

19.30 - 22.00  Buffet

Tuesday, 24.08.2022.

9.00-11.00-Plenary session.

9.00-9.40  Verevkin Sergey Petrovich, GIBBS–HELMHOLTZ EQUATION: PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS IN THERMOCHEMISTRY

9.40-10.20  Gavrichev Konstantin Sergeevich, THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF MIXED OXIDES FOR THERMAL BARRIER COATINGS: RE ZIRCONATES, HAFNATES, TANTALATES

10.20-11.00  Zherikova Ksenia Vasilievna, METAL-ORGANIC COMPOUNDS FOR GAS-PHASE DEPOSITION: HOW DO WE TINKER WITH THERMODYNAMIC AND THERMOCHEMICAL DATA POOL?

11.00 - 11.30  Coffee break

11.30 - 13.50  Section reports

1) Thermochemistry and Databases. Organic and organometallic compounds.

11.30-12.00 (keynote lecture)

18.               

Markin Alexey Vladimirovich

Experimental calorimetry for study of materials based on organic, organoelement and polymeric compounds

12.00-12.20

19.               

Vera L.S. Freitas

Thermodynamic properties of an organic single crystal scintillator: 9-phenylcarbazole

12.40-13.00

20.               

Yagofarov Mikhail Iskanderovich

Temperature dependence of phase transition enthalpies of organic non-electrolytes

13.00-13.20

21.               

Makarenko Alexander Mikhailovich

Scandium(III) β-diketonates as MOCVD precursors: thermodynamic and “structure-property” relationships

13.20-13.35

22.               

Yurkshtovich Yana Nikolaevna

Experimental and theoertical thermodynamic study of 1-benzyl-4-phenyl-1H-1,2,3-triazole and 1,3-bis(1-methyl-1H-tetrazol-5-yl)propane in gaseous and condensed aggregate states

13.35-13.50

23.               

Karakovskaya Ksenia Igorevna

Relations between structure and thermal behavior of MOCVD precursors: iridium (I) complexes with cyclooctadiene-1,5 and beta-diketonate derivatives

2) Modern Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry (dedicated to L.G. Berg). Fast scanning calorimetry.

11.30 -12.00 (keynote lecture)

24.               

Cangialosi Daniele

Insights on glass dynamics from aging far below the glass transition

12.00-12.20

25.               

Minakov Alexander Alexandrovich

Thermal perturbations at crystal nucleation in glasses and polymers

12.20-12.40

26.               

Gerasimov Alexander Vladimirovich

Crystallization kinetics and glass-forming ability of drugs from fast scanning calorimetry data

12.40-12.55

27.               

Andrianov Ruslan Arturovich

The stability of poly-L-lactide nuclei according to the classical nucleation theory and fast scanning calorimetry

12.55-13.10

28.               

Abdullin Albert Radikovich

FSC study of crystallization kinetics of cross-linked poly(butylene terephthalate)

3) Phase Equilibria: Molecular and Ionic Compounds. Ионные жидкости

11.30 -12.00 (keynote lecture)

29.               

Sedov Igor Alekseevich

Novel approaches for characterizing nanoheterogeneity in ionic liquids

12.00-12.20

30.               

Makarov Dmitry Mikhailovich

QSPR models for phase transition and decomposition temperature of ionic liquids

12.20-12.40

31.               

Postnikov Evgeny Borisovich

Predicting thermodynamic properties of ionic liquids at high pressures based on the reference data at ambient pressure

12.40-13.00

32.               

Safonova Evgenia Alekseevna

Polymerized ionic liquids for the enhanced bioextraction

13.00-13.20

33.               

Kalinyuk Daria Alexandrovna

Thermodynamic functions of formation of 1-ethyl- and 1-buthyl-3-methylimidazolium clorides

13.20-13.35

34.               

Korchak Petr Andreevich

Liqiud-liquid equlibrium and partitioning of biocomponent in aqueous mixtures of ionic liquid of different structure and kosmotropic salt

13.35-13.50

35.               

Shelepova Ekaterina Alekseevna

Empty volume in ionic liquids and its connection with the solubility of gases

13.50-15.00 –Dinner

15.00-17.00-Section reports

1) Thermochemistry and Databases. Inorganic compounds.

15.00-15.30 (keynote lecture)

36.               

Khvan Alexandra Vyacheslavovna

Experimental and theoretical investigation and critical assessment of thermodynamic data for pure in, cu and some binary systems from 0K

15.30-15.50

37.               

Blokhin Andrey Viktorovich

Heat capacity in the interval 80-370 K and parameters of phase transitions of barium dopped strontium ferromolybdate

15.50-16.10

38.               

Shtenberg Mikhail Vladimirovich

Calculation of temperature dependences of heat capacity of alkaline borates

16.10-16.30

39.               

Ostroushko Alexander Alexandrovich

Complex thermal analysis of oxide materials synthesis processes via combustion reactions taking into account charge generation

16.30-16.45

40.               

Tolmacheva Nelli Nikolaevna

Thermodynamic properties of the Na2O-BaO-B2O3 system

16.45-17.00

41.               

Osipenko Anastasia Alexandrovna

Thermodynamic behaviour of palladium in LiCl–KCl–CsCl eutectic melt

2) Phase Equilibria: Molecular and Ionic Compounds

15.00-15.30 (keynote lecture)

 

42.               

Toikka Alexander Matveevich

Liquid phase splitting and critical states in quaternary systems with chemical reactions: new experimental data 

15.30-15.50

43.               

Pestov Sergey Mikhailovich

Thermodynamic modelling of systems containing liquid crystals

15.50-16.05

44.               

Kuzovchikov Semyon Valerievich

Phase stability and thermodynamic modelling of alloys based on the Co-Cr-Mn system

16.05-16.20

45.               

Brezhnev Nikolai Yurievich

Phase diagram for the In-Se system according to the data of the thermal, structural and vapor-pressure investigations

16.20-16.40

Bazaev Emil Akhmedovich

 

Phase transitions, critical and supercritical phenomena in ternary mixture of water +1-propanol+n-hexane


3) Modern Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry (dedicated to L.G. Berg).
Fast scanning calorimetry.

16.20-16.40

Bazaev E.A. (p.97)

 

Phase transitions, critical and supercritical phenomena in ternary mixture of water +1-propanol+n-hexane

15.00-15.30 (keynote lecture)
46.               

Zhuravlev Evgeny Alexandrovich

Polymer and metal powders for additive manufacturing guided by differential fast scanning calorimetry

15.30-15.50

47.               

Tropin Timur Vasilievich

Modeling of DSC curves of polystyrene during glass transition: from conventional to fast cooling rates

15.50-16.10

48.               

Buzyurov Alexey Vladimirovich

New approach for vapor pressure determination by means of fast scanning calorimetry

16.10-16.25

49.               

Bolmatenkov Dmitry Nikolaevich

Vaporization enthalpy of organic non-electrolytes in a wide temperature range: pencil and paper vs experimental measurements

16.25-16.40

50.               

Larionov Radik Anatolievich

Thermal and supramolecular properties of oligopeptides

17.00-18.30    Poster session (Participants in an alphabetical order from З to П)

Wednesday, 24.08.2022

 9.00-11.00 - Plenary session.

9.00-9.40  Solomonov Boris Nikolaevich,THE DISSOLUTION THERMODYNAMICS AS THE KEY TO UNDERSTANDING VARIOUS PHYSICOCHEMICAL PHENOMENA

9.40-10.20  Mukhametzyanov Timur Anvarovich, FAST SCANNING CALORIMETRY: NEW OPPORTUNITIES FOR CHEMICAL THERMODYNAMICS

10.20-11.00 Varfolomeev Mikhail Alekseevich, THERMOCHEMISTRY  OF NATURAL GAS STORAGE 

11.00 - 11.30  Coffee break

11.30 - 13.00   Section reports

1) Applied Thermodynamics and Biothermodynamics (dedicated to A.A. Pimerzin)

11.30 -12.00 (keynote lecture)

51.               

Bykov Alexey Gennadievich

Proteins, polyelectrolytes and copolymers for pulmonary surfactants

12.00-12.20

52.               

Maksimov Evgeniy Georgievich

Control of hydrogen bonding in photoactive orange carotenoid protein by noncanonical amino acid substitutions of tyrosine-201

12.20-12.40

53.               

Manin Alexey Nikolaevich

Study of the cocrystallization effect on the carbamazepine thermal stability

12.40-13.00

54.               

Portnova Svetlana Valerievna

Influence of the structure of esters of natural hydroxycarboxylic acids on thermodynamic and thermophysical property

2) Thermochemistry and Databases. Organic and organometallic compounds.

11.30 -12.00 (keynote lecture)

55.               

Smirnova Natalia Nikolaevna

The dependence of thermodynamic properties of polyphenylenes on their structure

12.00-12.20

56.               

Dávalos Juan Z

Thermochemical and structural properties of the new sulphur-containing compounds with relevance on atmospheric chemistry

12.20-12.40

57.               

Samarov Artemy Andreevich

Alkyl-substituted biphenyls as potential candidates for liquid organic hydrogen carriers

12.40-12.55

58.               

Sarmini Yulia Alexandrovna

Study of the thermodynamic properties of organosilicon dendrimers and their corresponding nanogels with different nature terminal groups

 

3) Thermodynamics of solutions

11.30 -12.00 (keynote lecture)

59.               

Kustov Andrey Vladimirovich

Solvophobic and solvophilic effects in urea and tetramethylurea solutions

12.00-12.20

60.               

Kononova Elena

Research of the systems amino-alcohol - water

12.20-12.40

61.               

Germanovna

Thermodynamic models for aqueous, organic and electrolyte solutions

12.40-13.00

62.               

Kovalenko Nikita Andreevich

Dependence of formal electrode potential on ionic strength

13.00-14.00    Dinner

14.00-18.00    Excursion.

19.00-22.00    Banquet.

Thursday, 25.08.2022

9.00-11.00  Plenary session.

9.00-9.40 Budkov Yury Alekseevich, MEAN-FIELD THEORY OF MACROSCOPIC FORCES IN INHOMOGENEOUS IONIC FLUIDS

9.40-10.20 Fedorov Pavel Pavlovich, APPLICATION OF THE THIRD LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS TO THE STUDY OF PHASE DIAGRAMS

10.20-11.00 Baidakov Vladimir Georgievich, LIMITS OF STABILITY OF METASTABLE PHASES AND METASTABLE PHASE EQUILIBRIA IN SIMPLE ONE-COMPONENT SYSTEM

11.00 - 11.30  Coffee break

11.30 - 13.50  Section reports

1) Amphiphilic compounds: thermodynamics of self-organization, physicochemical properties and practical application.

11.30-12.00 (keynote lecture)

63.               

Derkach Svetlana Rostislavovna

Gelatin as a stabilizer for emulsions: molecular modification

12.00-12.20

64.               

Gainanova Gulnara Akhatovna

Ammonium-phosphonium-isothiuronium amphiphiles: CMC, solubilizing capability and catalytic effect

12.20-12.40

65.               

Burilov Vladimir Alexandrovich

New macrocyclic amphiphiles for sensing and green micellar&metal/photocatalysis

12.40-12.55

66.               

Pavlov Rais Valerievich

Aggregation of carbamate gemini surfactants and their potential as liposome modifiers

12.55-13.10

67.               

Radaev Dmitry Denisovich

Amphiphilic NHC precursors based on imidazole-4,5-dicarboxylic acid: synthesis and aggregation in aqueous media.

13.10-13.25

68.               

Faria Bruna Franciele

Simulation of surfactant adsorption at liquid-liquid interface

13.25-13.40

69.               

Oselskaya Victoria Yurievna

Hydration effect on encapsulation of indometacin by solid cyclodextrins

13.40-13.55

70.               

Chirkov Nikolai Sergeevich

Formation of mixed DNA/polyelectrolyte layers at the water–air interface

 

2) Applied Thermodynamics and Biothermodynamics (dedicated to A.A. Pimerzin). Biothermodynamics

11.30-12.00 (keynote lecture)

71.               

Noskov Boris Anatolievich

Protein  microgel layers at the liquid-gas interface

12.00-12.20

72.               

Milyaeva Olga Yurievna

The impact of thrombine on dynamic surface properties of fibrinogen solutions

12.20-12.40

73.               

Magsumov Timur Ilnurovich

Influence of organic solvents on thermal stability and denaturation mechanism of lysozyme

12.40-13.00

74.               

Akentiev Alexander Vladimirovich

Films of lysozyme fibrillar aggregates on the water surface

13.00-13.20

75.               

Bazhin Nikolai Mikhailovich

Helmholtz energy: is it energy or not?

13.20-13.35

76.               

Khaibrakhmanova Dilyara Raisovna

Evaluation of the binding properties of drugs to albumin from DSC thermograms

13.35-13.50

77.               

Fatkhutdinova Alisa Amirovna

Step-scan differential scanning calorimetry for investigation of protein denaturation

3) Development of General Methods and Tools of Chemical Thermodynamics: New Experimental Techniques, Theory and Computer Simulation. Quantum Chemical Methods.

11.30-12.00 (keynote lecture)

78.               

Khursan Sergey Leonidovich

Homodesmotic method for studying the molecular energetics of organic compounds

12.00-12.30

79.               

Medvedev Nikolai Nikolaevich

Voronoi-Delaunay method. Applications to solutions

12.30-12.50

80.               

Ageenko Vera Nikolaevna

Monoethanolamine hydration as seen by dielectric relaxation spectroscopy and quantum chemical calculations

12.50-13.10

81.               

Rychkov Denis Alexandrovich

Comparison of different computational techniques for evaluation of quercitin conformers

13.10-13.30

82.               

Chuev Gennady Nikolaevich

A new approach to the calculation of solvation effects in biomolecular solutions in the framework of the classical density functional theory

13.30-13.45

83.               

Maltsev Maxim Alexandrovich

Quantum chemical study of the interatomic interaction of diatomic argides

 

4) Phase Equilibria: Molecular and Ionic Compounds

11.30-12.00 (keynote lecture)

84.               

Gorbatchuk Valery Vilenovich

Thermodynamics of molecular recognition and polymorphism

12.00-12.20

85.               

Almeida Ana Rita Rocha Pinheiro

Pressure-temperature phase diagrams near the triple point of four benzaldehydes

12.20-12.40

86.               

Golikova Alexandra Dmitrievna

Heat effects of phase and chemical processes in a multicomponent system with chemical interaction

12.40-13.00

87.               

Kabanova Elizaveta Genrikhovna

Experimental study and CALPHAD modeling of the Ag-In-Pd ternary

13.00-13.20

88.               

Guskov Vladimir Yurievich

Thermodynamic features of enantiomer adsorption on the surfaces with supramolecular chirality

13.20-13.35

89.               

Lyubichev Dmitry Alekseevich

Separation of azeotropic mixtures: novel approaches of using choline chloride based deep eutectic solvents

13.35-13.50

90.               

Smirnov Alexander Alekseevich

Investigation of the efficiency of the ethanol-ethyl formate system separation by various DESS based on choline chloride

13.50-15.00    Dinner

15.00-16.40    Section reports

1) Amphiphilic compounds: thermodynamics of self-organization, physicochemical properties and practical application.

15.00-15.30 (keynote lecture)

91.               

Zakharova Lucia Yarullovna

Structural factor controlling self-assembly behavior and functional activity of surfactant systems

15.30-15.50

92.               

Ziganshina Albina Yulduzovna

Stimuli-responsive nanocarriers for substrate binding and release

15.50-16.10

93.               

Volkov Nikolai Alexandrovich

Modelling micelles in polar and non-polar solvents: from single aggregate to aggregates size distribution

16.10-16.25

94.               

Belov Roman Nikolaevich

Reductive cleavage of C-O bonds in p-tert-butylcalix[4]arene derivatives in the presence of hydrazine.

16.25-16.40

95.               

Makarov Egor Grigorievich

Novel tetra-azide and triazole derivatives of thia- and calix[4]arene with free phenolic hydroxyls

2) Thermochemistry and Databases. Inorganic compounds.

15.00-15.30 (keynote lecture)

96.               

Kurapova Olga Yurievna

The use of the thermodynamic approach for advanced ceramics development

15.30-15.50

97.               

Semerikova Anna Nikolaevna

Thermodynamic characteristics of cesium dimolybdate and lithium monomolybdate doping by 10% cesium

15.50-16.10

98.               

Silyukov Oleg Igorevich

Inorganic-organic derivatives of layered perovskite-like oxides thermal stability and photocatalytic activity

16.10-16.25

99.               

Kutuzova Valeria Evgenievna

Study of Al2O3 - ZrO2 -Yb2O3 precursors by the differential scanning calorimetry

16.25-16.40

100.           

Vorozhtsov Viktor Alekseevich

Mass spectrometric study and modeling of the thermodynamic properties of the Al2O3-SiO2-ZrO2 system

3) Термохимия и базы данных. Органические и металлоорганические соединения.

15.00-15.20

101.           

Ribeiro da Silva Maria Dores Melo Cruz

An experimental insight on the thermochemistry of naphthalene diols

15.20-15.40

102.           

Nagrimanov Ruslan Nailievich

New relationship between enthalpies of vaporization and solution for molecular and ionic liquids

15.40-16.00

103.           

Chernyaykin Ivan Sergeevich

Heat capacity and thermodynamic functions of crystalline copper(II) dipivaloylmethanate from 0 to 430 K

16.00-16.20

104.           

Miroshnichenko Evgeny Alexandrovich

The rearrangement energy of frame radicals

 

4) Thermodynamics of solutions

15.00-15.20

105.           

Tkachev Nikolai Konstantinovich

Thermodynamic perturbation theory for molten alkali halides

15.20-15.40

106.           

Khodov Ilya Anatolievich

Conformational preferences of fenamates in supercritical state parameters of the solvent based on NOESY data

15.40-16.00

107.           

Anashkin Ivan Petrovich

Molecular simulation of the pervaporation process

16.00-16.20

108.           

Kadtsyn Evgeny Dmitrievich

Volumetric properties of aqueous alcohol solutions: a Voronoi analysis

16.40-18.10   Poster session (Participants in an alphabetical order from Р to Я)

Friday, 26.08.2022.

 9.00-10.40  Oral presentations

9.00-9.20 Sun Li-Xian, ENERGY STORAGE MATERIALS AND SENSORS

9.20-9.40 Sineva Svetlana Igorevna  HIGH-TEMPERATURE PHASE EQUILIBRIA IN THE Fe-Sn-S SYSTEM

9.40-10.00 Lőrinczy Dénes Márton,  APPLICATION OF DSC FOR STUDYING THE DOSE DEPENDENT EFFECT OF CYCLOPHOSPHAMIDE TREATMENT ON ACTIN

10.00-10.20    Meier Robert  GROUP CONTRIBUTION REVISITED: THE ENTHALPY OF FORMATION OF ORGANIC COMPOUNDS WITH “CHEMICAL ACCURACY”

10.20-10.40 Malyshev Vladimir Mikhailovich COMPUTERIZED MEASURING DEVICES IN ADIABATIC CALORIMETRY

10.40-11.20    Coffee break.

11.20-12.40    Plenary session

11.20-12.00 Turovtsev Vladimir Vladimirovich APPLICABILITY OF POPULAR FUNCTIONALS IN CALCULATIONS OF THE ENERGY, THERMODYNAMIC AND SPECTROSCOPIC PROPERTIES OF SUBSTANCES

12.00-12.40 Tovbin Yuri Konstantinovich EQUILIBRIUM DROPS: A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THERMODYNAMICS BY CLAUSIUS AND GIBBS IN TASKS OF THE PHASE EQUILIBRIUM

12.40   Closing ceremony.

Organizers

Kazan Federal University, Химический институт им. А.М. Бутлерова
Kurnakov Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry of Russian Academy of Sciences

Kazan Scientific Center of Russian Academy of Sciences

Mendeleev Chemical Society of Russia


Sponsor


ANO eNano “Electronic Education for Nanoindustry” (Rusnano Group of Companies)  https://edunano.ru


Chair

Acad. RAS Oleg G. Sinyashin

Prof. Konstantin S. Gavrichev (Moscow)


Vice-Chair

Prof. Boris N. Solomonov (Kazan)

Prof. Alexey I. Victorov (St. Petersburg)


Members

Acad. RAS A.I. Rusanov

Acad. RAS A.Yu. Tsivadze (Moscow)

Acad. RAS F.V. Grechnikov (Samara)

Acad. RAS M.F Churbanov (Nizhni Novgorod)

Acad. RAS N.T. Kuznetsov (Moscow)

Acad. RAS V.N. Parmon (Novosibirsk)

Acad. RAS V.L. Stolyarova (Saint-Petersburg)

Corr.-member RAS A.B. Yaroslavtsev (Moscow)

Corr.-member RAS A.K. Shchekin (Saint-Petersburg)

Corr.-member RAS O.L. Kuskov (Moscow)

Corr-member RAS V.P. Fedin (Novosibirsk)

Corr-member RAS V.V. Gusarov (Saint-Petersburg)

Dr. K.V. Zherikova (Novosibirsk)

Dr. L.N. Zelenina (Novosibirsk)

Prof. A.A. Goryunkov (Moscow)

Prof. A.A. Pimerzin (Samara)

Prof. A.M. Kolker (Ivanovo)

Prof. A.M. Toikka (Saint-Petersburg)

Prof. A.S. Alikhanyan (Moscow)

Prof. A.V. Knyazev (Nizhni Novgorod)

Prof. A.V. Markin (Nizhni Novgorod)

Prof. A.Y. Manakov (Novosibirsk)

Prof. E.G. Osadchiy (Chernogolovka)

Prof. I.A. Uspenskaya, Moscow (Moscow)

Prof. I.A. Zvereva (Saint-Petersburg)

Prof. M.G. Kiselev (Ivanovo)

Prof. N.N. Smirnova (Nizhni Novgorod)

Prof. N.V. Gelfond (Novosibirsk)

Prof. P.P. Fedorov (Moscow)

Prof. S.I. Lopatin (Saint-Petersburg)

Prof. S.V. Stankus (Novosibirsk)

Prof. Y.G. Galyametdinov (Kazan)

International scientific committee

Prof. A. Blokhin (Belarus)

Prof. S. Enders (Germany)

Prof. I. Smirnova (Germany)

Prof. E. Voutsas (Greece)

Prof. J. N. Jaubert (France)

Prof. A. Navrotsky (USA)

Prof. A. Galindo (United Kingdom)

Prof. S.P. Verevkin (Germany)

Prof. N. Koga (Japan)

Prof. M. Monte (Portugal)

Prof. S. Vyazovkin (USA)

Prof. S. Vecchio Ciprioti (Italy)

Local committee

Head of the Department of Chemistry of Kazan University, M.A. Ziganshin

Prof. V.V. Gorbatchuk

Prof. I.A. Sedov



Contacts

Organizing Committee rcct2022@mail.ru

Cost of participation

The registration fee for foreign participants is 40 000 Russian rubles (regular) or 18 000 Russian rubles (undergraduate and PhD students), accompanying person – 27 000 Russian rubles. Payment is by bank transfer or by cash on-site. For foreign participants, virtual (online) participation is possible, the registration fee is 4 500 Russian rubles.