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Vladimir Sergeyev
Professor, Vice Head of Polymer Division
Department of Chemistry
Lomonosov Moscow State University

 

Education & Training:

Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow M.S. 1981 Chemistry
Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow Ph.D.       1988 Polymer Chemistry
Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow Doctor of Sciences 2004 Polymer Chemistry

Personal Statement:

The main field of research activity of Professor Sergeyev is the synthesis of proton/ion/electron conducting polymer composites by oxidative template polymerization in the solution, in the presence of soft-template (surfactants, polyanions) or hard template (MWCNT, polymer films). Using these approach different kinds of energy related composite materials were developed at Polymer Division of Moscow State University.  

Positions:

1981 – 1988  Junior Research Scientist, Department of Chemistry, Moscow State University
1989 – 1993  Research Scientist Department of Chemistry, Moscow State University
1993-  2000  Senior Research Scientist, Department of Chemistry, Moscow State University
2000 – 2006  Leading research Scientist, Department of Chemistry, Moscow State University
2006 – present Head of Polyelectrolytes and Biopolymers Laboratory
2008 – present Vice Head of Polymer division 

Other appointments:

Member of the Board of Vysokomolekularnie Soedinenia (Russia), since 2008
Foreign Special Visiting Professor, Nagoya University (Japan) (2012) 

Honor:

1996 - Fellowship from Japan Society for Promotion of Science
1996 - A main Award for best publications from publilishers "Maik Nayka" (Russia)
2000 - Lomonosov Award for scientific work from Moscow State University.

Selected Peer-reviewed Publications:

1. Lokshin N.A., Pyshkina O.A., Sergeyev V.G, Golubev V.B., Zezin A.B., Kabanov V.A., Levon K.,      Piankijsakul S. “Intermolecular Electron Transfer in Low-Molecular-Weight Polyaniline Models Associating on Protonation by Amphiphilic Acid in Organic Solvent”, Macromolecules, 34, 2001, p.5480-5487.

2. N.A. Lokshin, V.G. Sergeyev, A.B. Zezin, V.B. Golubev, K. Levon, V.A. Kabanov “Polyaniline-containing interpolymer complexes synthesized in low-polar organic media”, Langmuir, 2003, 19, 7564-7568.

3. O. A. Pyshkina, B. Kim, A. N. Korovin, A.B. Zezin, V. G. Sergeyev, K. Levon, “Interpolymer complexation of water-soluble self-doped polyaniline”, Synthetic Metals, 2008, 158, 999-1003.

4. A. Zinchenko, D. Baigl, N. Chen, O. Pyshkina,  K. Endo, V. Sergeyev, K. Yoshikawa,  “Conformational Behavior of Giant DNA through Binding with Ag+ and Metallization, Biomacromolecules”, 2008, 9, 1981–1987

5. Levon K., Nasybulin E., Menshikova I.P., Sergeyev V.,  Zezin A. Potentiometric monitoring DNA hybridization with polyaniline/nylon-6 working electrode // Polymer Science. Ser. A. 2009. V.51. №6. P. 1026-1033.

6. Nasybulin E., Menshikova I., Sergeyev V., Levon K. Preparation of Conductive Polyaniline/Nylon-6 composite films by polymerization of aniline in nylon-6 matrix // J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 2009. V. 114. P. 1643-1647.

7. Zhou J.Yu., Sergeyev V.G., Giuseppi-Elie A., Levon K. Potentiometric Detection of DNA Hybridization. Biosens.Bioelectron. 2009, 24, 3275-3280.

8. Shumakovich, G. P.; Vasil’eva, I. S.; Morozova, O. V.; Khomenkov, V. G. ; Staroverova, I. N.; Budashov, I. A.; Kurochkin, I. N.; Boyeva, J. A.; Sergeyev, V. G.; Yaropolov A. I. A Comparative Study of Water Dispersible Polyaniline Nanocomposites Prepared by Laccase-Catalyzed and Chemical Methods. - J. Appl. Polym. Sci. - 2010. - V. 117. - №3. – P. 1544–1550.

 

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