2-5 October 2018
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Prof. Robert A. Evarestov

Prof. Robert A. Evarestov
Chemistry Department, Saint -Petersburg State University
Theoretical modeling of point defects in crystals

Robert A. Evarestov  graduated St. Petersburg State University  as theoretical  physicsist in 1960. He obtained his PhD in the Department of Theoretical Physics  at St.  Petersburg State  University in 1964 (supervisor Prof. Marija Petrashen, coworker of Academician V.A.Fock), Habilitation degree  -in the same Department in 1977  „Molecular models in the electronic structure theory  of crystals“. From 1968 he woks at the Department of Quantum Chemistry of St. Petersburg State University (Professor – from 1979). In 1990-1994 he was Director of the Chemistry Institute of St. Petersburg  State University, in  1994-1998 he was First Vice Rector of St. Petersburg  State University.  Since 1999 till present time he is Head of Department of Quantum Chemistry of St. Petersburg  State University.    

His research interest cover  symmetry of  crystalline solids (the monograph  „Site Symmetry in crystals„ has been published by Springer in 1993 , second edition in 1997). He is interested also by the application of quantum chemistry methods to perfect and defective crystals (the monograph  „Quantum Chemistry of Solids„ has been  published by Springer in 2007, second edition in 2012).  Now his interests cover symmetry and quantum chemical study of monoperiodic nanostructures (nanotubes, nanowires).  His monograph „Theoretical Modeling of Inorganic Nanostructures. Symmetry and ab-initio calculations of nanolayers, nanotubes and nanowires“  has been  published by Springer in 2015.

He is Foreign Member of Latvian Academy of Science (from 2005), Humboldt Foundation Awardee (1998). His publication list includes over 280 papers indexed in WOS and  cited more than 2600  times, his Hirsh index is 28(Web of Science data, December 2016).

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