03 April 2019
Russian Science Foundation grant winners announced

19 winning bids are from Kazan University.

Every project is to receive from 4 to 6 million rubles during the following three years (2019 - 2021).

Ten of the winners belong to the category “Fundamental and research projects by groups”:

Sergey Kharintsev, Institute of Physics – “Synthesis and research of a new class of nanocomposite ceramics with degenerate dielectric permittivity for optical plasmon applications”;

Anatolii Mokshin, Institute of Physics – “Theoretical, simulation and experimental research of physical and technological properties of amorphoforming systems with non-homogeneous local viscous and elastic properties”;

Mikhail Eremin, Institute of Physics – “Research of excitation spectra, orbital and spin structures in geometrically frustrated compounds of rare-earth and transition metals”;

Marat Gafurov, Institute of Physics – “Calculations, construction, development and application of microwave spectrum devices for the research of petroleum disperse systems with regards to creating and improving efficient technologies of surveying, extraction, transportation and refining of raw hydrocarbons and their products”;

Igor Antipin, Institute of Chemistry – “Design and synthesis of colloidal nanoparticles based on N-heterocyclic carbenes (NHC) complexes of amphiphilic calixarenes - promising supramolecular systems for metal complex catalysis of cross-coupling reactions in aqueous solutions”

Oleg Gusev, Institute of Fundamental Medicine and Biology – “Structure and functions of variable regulatory regions of genome”;

Oleg Yermolaev, Institute of Environmental Sciences – “Natural and anthropogenic erosion in basin geosystems of European Russia”;

Vladimir Davydov, Institute of Geology and Petroleum Technologies – “Paleogeography of the Siberian continent in the Late Paleozoic era and the global bipolarity of glaciations: Carboniferous-Permian glacial and interglacial events in the Verkhoyansk region”;

Marat Safiullin, Institute of Management, Economics and Finance – “Blockchain economy – evaluation of threats and scenario forecasts of blockchain technologies and their influence on the financial sector of the Russian economy”;

Leonid Popov, Institute of Psychology and Education – “Neuronal network psychometric model of cognitive and behavioral predictors of life activities of a personality based on social networks.”

Furthermore, the following projects from 2016 received extension funding:

Ildar Badriev, Institute of Computational Mathematics and IT – “Mathematical modeling of nonlinear processes of deformation of shells made of composite materials

Alexei Starobinsky, Institute of Physics – “Evolution of the Universe in contemporary models of non-Einsteinian gravity”;

Ayrat Dimiev, Institute of Chemistry – “Prospective nano-composite materials based on graphene oxide and metals and their use in catalysis and in the manufacture of intelligently designed polymer composite materials”;

Ivan Stoikov, Institute of Chemistry – “Polylactides based on polyfunctional cyclophanes: porous polymeric and 3D materials for new biosensors for medical diagnostics”

Marat Minlebaev, Institute of Fundamental Medicine and Biology – “Mapping a developing brain by registration of internal optical signals”;

Margarita Sharipova, Institute of Fundamental Medicine and Biology – “Development of new approaches with the use of bacterial enzymes and probiotics to improve the digestibility of feed for poultry based on the study of the physiology of its digestion”;

Larisa Nazarova, Institute of Geology and Petroleum Technologies – “Reconstruction of climate change, the environment and the geomagnetic field of the Arctic based on the study of the archives of bottom sediments of lakes of the North Siberian Lowland and Bolshezemelskaya tundra”;


Two more triumphers belong to the category “Research on the existing world-level infrastructure” of the Presidential Research Project Program:

Svetlana Solovieva, Institute of Chemistry – “New approaches to the design of crystalline materials: supramolecular cells based on calix[4]arene metalloclusters”;

Albert Rizvanov, Institute of Fundamental Medicine and Biology – “Investigation of the efficacy mechanisms of T-cells with chimeric antigen receptor (CAR-T) against cellular and animal models of solid tumors.”


Source text: Natalia Doroshkevich

Translation: Yury Nurmeev

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