Ph.D., 1989, Moscow Institute for Physics and Engineering
Our research is in three areas of theoretical physical chemistry. The first area involves collaborative investigation of charge and exciton transport in DNA affected by the environment (solvent), charge-induced molecular reorganization and external laser or microwave fields. The second area involves optical energy transport, conversion and dissipation in inhomogeneous disordered or partially ordered arrays of nanoparticles. The third area deals with inhomogeneous kinetics and thermodynamics in amorphous solids and complex molecular systems.
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