Main Page

Center

Center

Boreskov Institute of Catalysis was founded in 1958 as a part of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences. The founder and the first Director of the Institute till 1984 was academician Georgii Konstantinovich Boreskov.

Photo gallery of Institute


Read more...

Science

Science

One of the main activity areas of the Boreskov Institute of Catalysis is fundamental investigations in catalytic science to discover new principles of chemical reactions and to create innovative catalytic compositions and technologies.
Read more...

Education

Education

Boreskov Institute of Catalysis places high emphasis to training of young scientists. On the basis of Institute a lot of students and PhD students are doing scientific practical works.
Read more...

Technology

Technology

For more than half a century, the Boreskov Institute of Catalysis is at a cutting edge of innovative R&D for chemical and petrochemical industries, energy power, environmental protection.
Read more...

Print version | Main page > News and Announcements > News of section "Institute"

Archive

Researcher of Boreskov Institute of Catalysis won L’OREAL-UNIESCO award “For Women in Science”

8 October 2021

Senior researcher of Boreskov Institute of Catalysis Dr. Mariya Kazakova became one of the winners of L’OREAL-UNESCO “For Women in Science” award of 2021. She develops catalysts for nanotubes and materials based on them.

The scope of academic interest of Mariya Kazakova embraces the development of selective and highly efficient catalysts for producing multilayer carbon nanotubes (MLCN) with required characteristics as well as the making of various functional materials based on the nanotubes. These materials include carbon aerogels, polymer composite materials, heterogeneous catalytic systems based on carbon nanotubes and metal-containing nanoparticles, etc. In 2020, Mariya was praised as the winner of “PhD of 2019” nomination of “Akademina” award for women in science.

In the last several years the researchers of Boreskov Institute of Catalysis won L’OREAL-UNESCO competition: Dr. Ekaterina Kozlova (2011), Dr. Nataliya Maksimchuk (2013), Dr. Olga Bulavchenko (2015), Dr. Olga Zalomaeva (2016), Dr. Lidiya Kibis (2017), Dr. Tatyana Kardash (2019).

The program “For Women in Science” is held in Russia since 2017 with participation of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the UNESCO Commission of the Russian Federation as a part on international project L’OREAL-UNESCO “For Women in Science”.

To participate in the competition it is necessary to be a female scientist, PhD or Doctor of Sciences under 35 and work in the research and educational organizations in the fields of physics, chemistry, medicine, and biology. The criteria for selecting the winners are the research achievements of the competitor, the significance and practical use of the conducted studies as well as the will to continue the research career in Russia. In 15 years of the program working in Russia the award was given to 145 young female researchers.



Copyright © catalysis.ru 2005-2021
Политика конфиденциальности в отношении обработки персональных данных