Prof. Evgeny N Nikolaev
The Institute for Energy Problems of Chemical Physics Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia
Education (degrees, dates, universities): Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (PhysTech) Department of Molecular and Chemical Physics (specialization chemistry of fast processes)1965-1971. Ph.D. in chemical physics (1974): "Mass Spectrometric Investigation of ion cluster formation during fast atom bombardment of frozen polar molecular substances"; Dr.Sc. from the Institute of Energy Problems of Chemical Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences (1992): " FTICR and its application in precise mass measurement and kinetic mass spectrometry "; Full Professor 1994.
Career/Employment (employers, positions, and dates): The Institute of Chemical Physics, USSR Academy of Sciences, Head of the Laboratory of Magnetic Processes (1974-1987). The Institute for Energy Problems of Chemical Physics Russian Academy of Sciences, Head of the Laboratory of Ion and Molecular Physics (1987-till now). The Institute of Biochemical Physics Russian Academy of Sciences, Head of the Laboratory for mass spectrometry of biomacromolecules (2004-till now).
Areas of specialization: Mass spectrometry and its biomedical applications, instrumentation, computer simulations
Honors, Awards, Fellowships, Memberships of Professional Societies: Soviet Academy award - 1987, Medal from Moscow government for scientific achievements -1997. Russian Academy award for achievements in science - 1999, Honor Issue of International Journal of Mass Spectrometry-2012.
Member of advisory board of the European Journal of Mass-Spectrometry, Rapid Comminications in Mass-Spectrometry, Mass spectrometry review.
Organizer of the 8th European conference on FT ICR mass spectrometry (Moscow 2008), organizer of the first International Conference on Innovations in Mass Spectrometry Instrumentation (INNMS2013, St.Petersburg, Russa, July 2013).
Professor of Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (Fiztech), adjunct professor of Skolkovo institute of science and technology (Skoltech).
Publications: 240 papers, 53 patents, 200 conference presentations