People

Regina M. Islamova

vms Islamova RMDoctor of Chemical Sciences, Professor

Department of High Molecular Compounds, laboratory 4156, 3214

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Address: Institute of Chemistry of St. Petersburg State University, 26 Universitetskii pr.,
198504, Saint Petersburg (Peterhof), Russia

Fields of investigation

High molecular compounds, metal complex catalysis in polymer chemistry, synthesis and properties of macromolecules, vinyl polymers, polysiloxanes, hydrosilylation cross-linking, peroxide curing, controlled radical polymerization, click chemistry.

Education and Professional Experience

  • since 2017 — Professor of the High Molecular Compounds Department, Institute of Chemistry, St. Petersburg State University
  • 2013–2017 — Professor of the Physical Organic Chemistry Department, Institute of Chemistry, St. Petersburg State University
  • 2012–2013 — Head of the Chemistry Department, Bashkir State Agr. University, Ufa
  • 2011–2012 — Scientific Consultant in the field of polymer synthesis at Experimental Plant «Neftekhim» (OilChem), Ufa
  • 2011 — Laureate of the State Republican Youth Prize in the field of Science and Technology, Ufa
  • 2011 — Professor of the Chemistry Department, Bashkir State Agr. University, Ufa
  • 2010 — Conferment the Degree of the Doctor of Chemical Sciences in High Molecular Compounds
  • 2008–2010 — Senior Researcher, IOC USC RAS
  • 2007–2008 — Researcher, IOC USC RAS
  • 2007 — Conferment the Degree of PhD in High Molecular Compounds
  • 2006 — Junior Researcher, IOC USC RAS
  • 2004–2006 — Postgraduate study at the Institute of Organic Chemistry of the Ufa Scientific Center, Russian Academy of Sciences (IOC USC RAS)
  • 1999–2004 — Student of the Chemical Faculty, Bashkir State University (graduated with honors)

Prizes and Social Activities

  • State Republican Youth Prize in the field of Science and Technology (2011, Ufa).
  • Chairman of the polymer section of XI International Conference on Chemistry for Young Scientists “Mendeleev 2019” (November 9–13, 2019) and IX International Conference of Young Scientists on Chemistry “Mendeleev—2015” (April 7–10, 2015). Member of the program committee of XIV Andrianov conference “Organosilicon Compounds. Synthesis, Properties, Application” (June 3–6, 2018, Moscos).
  • Academic Secretary of the 10th International Conference of Young Scientists on Chemistry «Mendeleev—2017» (April 4–7, 2017), the cluster of Conferences «OrgChem—2016» (June 27–July 1, 2016), the All-Russian Youth Conference-School with International Participation «Achievements and Problems of Modern Chemistry», dedicated to the 140th anniversary of the birth of S.V. Lebedev and the 85th anniversary of the foundation of the chemical faculty of St. Petersburg State University (November 10–13, 2014).
  • Member of the expert commission for the conduct of public scientific events at the St. Petersburg State University (since 2017).
  • Member of the Scientific Commission of the Institute of Chemistry, St. Petersburg State University (since 2016).
  • Member of the Council of Young Scientists of the Institute of Chemistry, St. Petersburg State University (2014–2015).

Pedagogical Activity

  1. High Molecular Compounds (bachelor study, Institute of Chemistry, St. Petersburg State University).
  2. Metal Complex Catalysis in Polymer Chemistry (master study, Institute of Chemistry, St. Petersburg State University).

Scientific Supervision

Current Scientific Supervision
  1. Dobrynin M.V. Synthesis of new graft-copolymers based on modified cellulose and polysiloxanes (glycosilicones) // postgraduate study, since 2017, St. Petersburg State University.
  2. Deryabin K.V. Functional polymeric materials with photo and electro active centers // postgraduate study, since 2017, St. Petersburg State University.
  3. Ignatova N.A. Synthesis of new metal-polymer complexes of Fe(III), Co(III), Ni(II) and (oligo/poly)siloxanes // bachelor, since 2018, St. Petersburg State University.
  4. Lobanovskaya E.K. Ferrocene-containing silicones: synthesis and properties // bachelor, since 2018, St. Petersburg State University.
  5. Baranovskiy E.M. Synthesis of iridium-containing (co)polysiloxanes via Click-Chemistry // bachelor, since 2019, St. Petersburg State University.
Graduated students
  1. Lobanovskaya E.K. Synthesis of Karstedt’s catalyst (tris-divinyltetramethyldisiloxane platinum(0)) // Course work, 2018, 2019, St. Petersburg State University.
  2. Ignatova N.A. Synthesis of new metal-polymer complexes of iron(III) // Course work, 2018, 2019, St. Petersburg State University.
  3. Dobrynin M.V. New catalysts of the platinum group for the hydrosilylation of polysiloxanes // master, 2017, St. Petersburg State University.
  4. Deryabin K.V. Silicone (co)polymers and composite materials based on them obtained by the hydrosilylation reaction // master, 2017, St. Petersburg State University.
  5. Dobrynin M.V. Nitrile complexes of platinum (II) as new catalysts for hydrosilylation of polysiloxanes // bachelor, 2015, St. Petersburg State University.
  6. Nazarova S.V. Vinylporphyrins in the radical (co) polymerization of methyl methacrylate and styrene // PhD, 2013.
  7. Golovochesova O.I. Radical polymerization of methyl methacrylate and styrene in the presence of clathrochelate and pivalate iron and cobalt complexes and heterocyclic ferrocene derivative // PhD, 2011.
  8. Dautova A.Sh. // Master, 2011, Bashkir State University.
  9. Nazarova S.V. // Master, 2009, Bashkir State University.
  10. Sultanova R.R. // Graduate work, 2011, Bashkir State University.
  11. Davletbaeva E.M. // Graduate work, 2010, Bashkir State University.
  12. Vakhitova DF // Graduate work, 2009, Bashkir State Pedagogical University.
  13. Garifyanova R.R. // Graduate work, 2009, Bashkir State University.
  14. Gareeva G.I. // Graduate work, 2009, Bashkir State University.
  15. Mogilnikov K.Yu. // Graduate work, 2007, Bashkir State University.
  16. Smirnova N.A. // Graduate work, 2006, Bashkir State University.

Selected Publications

  1. Deriabin K.V., Dobrynin M.V. and Islamova R.M. // Dalton Transactions. 2020. DOI:10.1039/D0DT01061H.
  2. Dobrynin M.V., Kukushkin V.Y. and Islamova R.M. // Carbohydrate polymers. 2020. V. 241, P. 116327. DOI: 10.1016/j.carbpol.2020.116327.
  3. Neplokh V., Kochetkov F.M., Deriabin K.V., Fedorov V.V., Bolshakov A.D., Eliseev I.E., Mikhailovskii V.Y., Ilatovskii D.A., Krasnikov D.V., Tchernycheva M., Cirlin G., Nasibulin A.G., Mukhin I.S., Islamova R.M. // Journal of Materials Chemistry C. 2020. DOI: 10.1039/C9TC06239D.
  4. Deriabin, K.V., Lobanovskaia, E.K., Kirichenko S.O., Barshutina, M.N., Musienko, P.E., Islamova, R.M. // Applied Organometallic Chemistry. 2019. V. 34. e5300. DOI: 10.1002/aoc.5300.
  5. Deriabin, K.V., Lobanovskaia, E.K., Novikov, A.S., Islamova, R.M. // Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry. 2019. V. 17. P. 5545–5549. DOI: 10.1039/C9OB00791A.
  6. Dobrynin, M.V, Pretorius, C., Dumisani V.K., Roodt, A., Boyarskiy, V.P., Islamova, R.M. // Journal of Catalysis. 2019. V. 372. P. 193–200. DOI: 10.1016/j.jcat.2019.03.004.
  7. Deriabin, K. V., Yaremenko, I. A., Chislov, M. V., Fleury, F., Terent’ev, A. O., & Islamova, R. M. // New Journal of Chemistry. 2018. V. 42. No. 18. P. 15006–15013. DOI: 10.1039/C8NJ02499E.
  8. Islamova R.M., Dobrynin M.B., Vlasov A.V., Eremina A.A., Kinzhalov M.A., Kolesnikov I.E., Zolotarev A.A., Masloborodova E.A., Luzyanin K.V. // Catalysis Science & Technology. 2017. V. 7. No. 24. P. 5843-5846. DOI: 10.1039/c7cy02013a.
  9. Islamova R.M., Dobrynin M.V., Ivanov D.M., Vlasov A.V., Kaganova E.V., Grigoryan G.V., Kukushkin V.Yu. // Molecules. 2016. V. 21. No. 3. P. 311-321. DOI:10.3390/molecules21030311.
  10. Islamova R.M. // Rus. J. Gen. Chem. 2016. V. 86, No. 1. P. 125-143. DOI: 10.1134/S1070363216010217. Review.
  11. Demakova M.Ya., Bolotin D.S., Bokach N.A., Islamova R.M., Starova G.L., Kukushkin V.Yu. // ChemPlusChem. 2015. V. 80, No. 11. Р. 1607-1614. DOI: 10.1002/cplu.201500327.

and etc.

Patents

  1. Patent RU No. 2579117 C1 (10.03.2015).
  2. Patent RU No. 2579143 C1 (14.04.2015).
  3. Patent RU No. 2524524 (13) C1 (27.03.2013).
  4. Patent RU No. 2446178 (13) С1 (07.12.2010).
  5. Patent RU No. 2412950 (08.05.2009).
  6. Patent RU No. 2394045 (04.08.2008).

Grants

  1. Head of the RSF grant No. 20-19-00256. 2020–2022.
  2. Head of the RFBR grant No. 19-33-90130, the project «Directed macromolecular design of graft-copolymer hybrid structures based on polysiloxanes and saccharides». 2019–2021.
  3. Head of the RFBR grant No. 19-33-90134, the project «Synthesis and research of complexes of (co)polysiloxanes with electroactive centers as self-healing materials». 2019–2021.
  4. Head of the RFBR grant No. 18-33-20062, the project «Guided synthesis and properties of electrically conductive silicone materials for medical neural implants». 2019–2020.
  5. Head of the contract with Institute of High molecular Compounds RAS, the project «Development of biocompatible materials based on chemically modified cellulose». 2017–2019.
  6. Head of the contract with FSUE NIISK, the project «Development of new environmentally friendly catalytic systems for curing by hydrosilylation reaction of biologically inert siloxane elastomer materials intended for sensory and creative development of children of early and school age». 2014–2016.
  7. Head of the RFBR grant No. 14-03-00260-a, the project «Structure and properties of polymers of vinyl series synthesized on the basis of highly efficient initiating/catalytic directional systems». 2014–2016.
  8. Winner of the grant competition for personnel support of scientific research conducted by leading scientists of St. Petersburg State University, Order No. 2006/1 dated April 17, 2014.