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).