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Associate Professor, PhD, member of Mendeleyev Russian Chemical Society, Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Materials Science, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia
(Born 12.09.1962). He graduated from the Faculty of Chemistry of Lomonosov Moscow State University (1984).
Associate Professor, Department of Inorganic Chemistry, Faculty of Chemistry (1996 – present). Associate Professor, Department of Interdisciplinary Materials Science, Faculty of Materials Science (2008 – present).
M.V. Lomonosov prizewinner for teaching activities (2007).
Research interests: fundamental materials science, bioceramics and composites.
The topic of the PhD thesis is “Phase formation processes in the synthesis of Y-Ba and Bi- (Ca, Sr) cuprates”.
He teaches courses "X-ray diffraction and electron microscopy for the study of inorganic compounds", "Electron microscopy of inorganic materials", "Methods of the study of inorganic substances. Introduction to the specialty”, “Modern instruments for the diagnosis of materials”, “Physicochemistry and technology of materials”.
Major works: textbooks “Elements of Solid State Chemistry” (co-author, 2002), “Introduction to the Chemistry of Solid-Phase Materials” (co-author, 2006), “Wealth of the Nanoworld. Photoreport from the Depths of Matter”(et al., 2009). Valery Putlyaev has patents and copyright certificates.