Aleksandr V. Vvedenskii

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Academic degree, academic title, position:
Doctor of Chemical Science, Full Professor, Professor of the Department of Physical Chemistry of the Voronezh State University

Scientific specialty in accordance with Sc. D. Diploma:
02.00.04 – Physical Chemistry

Key biography data:
1946 – year of birth
1968 – graduation of Physics Faculty of Voronezh State University
1979 – defense of candidate thesis in chemical science
1994 – defense of doctoral thesis in chemical science
1996 – award with academic title of Professor

Field of research interests:
Kinetics of Multi-Stage Electrode Processes; Adsorption; Electrocatalysis; Photoelectrochemistry; Initial Stage of Oxide formation; Active Anodic Dissolution; Morphological Instability and Surface Phase Transformations in Rlectrochemistry and Corrosion of Alloys; Effects of Structure-Vacancy Non-Equilibrium; Cathodic Injection and Anodic Extraction of Hydrogen; Non-Stationary Methods of Investigations

Number of published papers:
More than 500

The number of qualified candidates and doctors of science:

17 candidates of sciences

Delivered courses:
Physical Chemistry; Fundamentals of Electrochemistry; Kinetics of Electrochemical Processes, Physico-chemistry of Adsorption Processes; Critical Issues of Physical Chemistry

Organizing and Social activities:

  1. Deputy Chairman of the Dissertation Council D 212.038.08 (02.00.01 – Inorganic chemistry; 02.00.04 – Physical chemistry; 02.00.05 – Electrochemistry)
  2. Member of the Dissertation Council D 212.261.02 (05.17.14 – Technology of Electrochemical Processes and Protection from Corrosion)
  3. Member of the Academic Council of Chemistry Faculty of Voronezh State University
  4. Member of the Editorial Board of the Journal "CONDENSED MATTER AND INTERPHASES"
  5. Member of the Academic-coordinating Council in Electrochemistry of Russian Academy of Science, section “Electrocatalysis”
  6. Member of the International Electrochemical Society (ISE)

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