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Congratulations to the laboratory staff on the extension of the Russian Science Foundation project on the measure "Conducting research by world-class scientific laboratories
as part of the priorities of scientific and technological development of the Russian Federation" for 2023-2025.
RSF project No. 19-73-30026 "New catalysts and catalytic processes for
solving problems of clean and resource-saving energy, including processes of processing of bio-renewable raw materials
and processes of neutralization of chemical production and energy emissions" (head O.V. Vodyankina) is implemented jointly with the TSU Laboratory of Catalytic Research since 2019.
On behalf of the administration of Tomsk, the researcher of the laboratory Lapin Ivan Nikolaevich was thanked
for many years of productive activity in the field of scientific research and a significant contribution to the development of the scientific potential of the city of Tomsk.
For productive work at the university, engineer-researcher of the laboratory Golubovskaya Alexandra Gennadievna was
thanked by Tomsk State University.
Six employees of the laboratory (head of laboratory V. Svetlichny, research assistant I. N. Lapin and E. D. Fakhrutdinova, engineer-researcher D. A. Goncharova, engineer E. A. Gavrilenko, and postgraduate student Reutova O.A.)
are part of the performers of the international project with the
Institute for Research of Nanostructured Materials (Palermo, Italy)
"Development of Ag-Pt-based active catalysts deposited on Y-modified Ce and Ce-Mn oxide carriers for neutralizing diesel engine exhaust gases", supported by the Ministry of Education and Science in within
the framework of ensuring the implementation of the program of bilateral and multilateral scientific and technological interaction.
The project is supervised by prof. O. Vodyankina
The IV Russian Congress on Catalysis "RusCatalys" was held in Kazan from September 20 to 25, 2021 - one of the most authoritative forums on catalysis in Russia.
The forum was attended by delegation of employees of the Laboratory of Catalytic Research and Laboratory of Advanced Materials and Technology of TSU, which presented 15 reports.
At the forum, our laboratory presented the results of studies of catalysts based on metals (Cu) and bimetals (AgAu, AuAg, PdAg, PtAg) obtained by laser ablation in a liquid.
These studies were carried out within the framework of the
Russian Science Foundation project № 19-73-30026 to support world-class laboratories of the President's program of research projects.
From 12 to 17 September 2021, the XV International conference on pulsed lasers and laser applications - AMPL-2021 was held in Tomsk.
Laboratory staff took an active part in the organization and work of the conference. 14 reports were presented with the participation of the Laboratory of Advanced Materials and Technology.
As part of the implementation of the Russian Science Foundation project № 19-73-30026 to support world-class laboratories of the Presidential Program of Research Projects,
reports were presented on the use of laser ablation for the synthesis of highly efficient catalysts and other functional materials.
Research Engineer Anastasia Volokitina received a diploma for the best report.
The laboratory team consisting of the head Valery Anatolyevich Svetlichny, postgraduate students Zhamus Ammar and Reutova Olesya, undergraduates Alexandra Golubovskaya
and Anastasia Volokitina, as well as bachelor Fedorovich Zhanna took part in
the XVIII International conference on luminescence and laser physics (LLPH-2021).
Fedorovich Zhanna was awarded a diploma for the second place in the competition
of scientific reports in the category "Students".