Ph.D. thesis title: “Encapsulation of metals in SWCNTs via cyclic voltammetry for applications in hydrogen evolution reaction”.
Supervisor: Prof. Albert Nasibulin
Mikhail graduated from Novosibirsk State University (Faculty of Natural Sciences) in 2019 with a specialist degree in chemistry. During last two years of undergraduate study he worked in the Laboratory of Physics-chemistry of nanomaterials in the Nikolaev Institute of Inorganic Chemistry SB RAS (Novosibirsk). His early research included synthesis of metal-carbon nanohybrids for application in Li-ion batteries (nano-holed graphene & transitional metal sulfides). He successfully defended the graduation work with the award for the best presentation, which topic was the Fluorine content influence on sensoring properties of fluorinated graphene films.
In 2019 Mikhail joined the Materials Science and Engineering program at Skoltech. His future research in the Laboratory of Nanomaterials will be dedicated to the electrochemical encapsulation of metals into the single-walled carbon nanotubes for electrocatalytic applications.
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