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Year of birth
Academic degree
Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences
Field of studies

Professor of chemistry, Chair on Micro- and Nanosystems of the Institute for Micromanufacturing of the Louisiana University of Technology (USA)

General information

Leading scientist's research interests: Nanomaterials, functional materials, polymers, composites, films, membranes, nanocontainers, catalysts

Quote by the head of the laboratory: A large number of people in the world study ordinary chemistry and ordinary nanostructures (metal nanoparticles, carbon nanotubes). To reach truly interesting results we need to think about nanoarchitecture – building new nano-scale structures instead of iterating over known variations.

Scientific recognition

Awards and achievements:

2018, 2016, 2013, 2011, 2008, 2003 – American Chemical Society Awards for organizing and managing symposiums: 255th ACS Meeting in New Orleans (2018) «Clay/Polymer Composites: Nanoclays and Other Natural Nanoparticles», 251st ACS Meeting in San Diego (2016) «Nanoclays and Other Natural Nanoparticles», 245th ACS Meeting in New Orleans (2013) «Clay/Polymer Composites: Palette of Nanoclays & Other Natural Nanoparticles», 241st ACS Meeting in Anaheim «Polymer-Clay Nanocomposites» (2011), 236th ACS National Meeting in Philadelphia «Nanomaterials: From Fundamentals to Applications» (2008), 226th ACS National Meeting in New York «Smart Nanoassemblies» (2003).

2017 – Award of the Louisiana Tech University «Outstanding Innovator 2016» (USA).

2015 – Member of the National Academy of Inventors (USA).

2015 – Alexander von Humboldt Award for achievements in nano-scale chemistry (Germany).

2014 – Award of the Chair of Senate of the Louisiana Tech University (USA).

2013 – Honorary professor of the Beijing University of Chemical Technology within the «Qian Ren Talents» program (China PR).

2007 – Annual Award of the Louisiana Tech University «Researcher of newest technologies» (USA).

2005 – Prof. Lvov's article became one of the three of the most cited scientific works (1 232 citations) according to data from the American Institute for Scientific Information. Another article by Prof. Lvov has been cited 1547 times.

1999 – Publication Award of the Royal Society of Chemistry (UK).

1991–1993 – Alexander von Humboldt Scholarship (Germany).

1991 – Doctor of Physical Sciences of the Institute of Crystallography of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Russia).

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