“Intellectual Nanomaterials” International Research Center
This laboratory was established as part of a scientific research project supported with a monetary grant awarded by the Government of the Russian Federation under a grant competition designed to provide governmental support to scientific research projects implemented under the supervision of the world's leading scientists at Russian institutions of higher learning (Resolution of the RF Government No.220 of April 9, 2010).
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Name of the institution of higher learning:
Southern Federal University
Fields of scientific research:
Computer-assisted design, chemical synthesis and spectral nanodiagnostics of "smart" nanostructured porous materials.
Anticipated results of the project:
The laboratory staff will perform their research activities based on multiscale computer-assisted modeling using supercomputer technologies, including "cloud" computing and graphic accelerator technologies. They will also use advanced chemical synthesis methods and modern spectral methods of nanodiagnostics, including that performed in the in situ mode (i.e. diagnostics of processes performed directly in the course of reactions) using international Mega-Science class installations – Russian and international sources of synchrotronic emission.
Full Name: Lamberti Carlo
Link to the scientist's profile
Academic degree and title:
Research Advisor at International Scientific Center of the Southern Federal University (Russia), Professor at the University of Torino (Italy)
Field of scientific interests:
Nanostructured materials and nanodiagnostics of such materials using methods based on modern sources of synchrotronic emission and neutron beams.
The leading scientist is an outstanding researcher that has achieved worldwide recognition in Material Science. In particular, he:
• Made a substantial contribution to the development of breakthrough synthesis technologies and methods of diagnostics of new nanostructured materials, including porous nanocatalysts, zeolites and metallic organic frame-like structures (MOF);
• Has experience in creating and spearheading scientific research laboratories in the high-tech industry sector (CSELT SpA Italy), as well as at the University of Turin (Italy);
• Has authored numerous works of science published by prestigious scientific periodicals, such as "Chemical Reviews", "Nature Materials", and "Chemical Society Reviews".