Ananikov Valentine

Moscow, Russia

Ananikov Valentine received his Ph.D. in 1999, Habilitation in 2003, and in 2005 he became Professor and Laboratory Head of the Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences.

In 2008 he was elected a Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences. His research has been supported by grants of the President of Russia for young scientists (2004, 2007).

He is recipient of the Russian State Prize for Outstanding Achievements in Science and Technology (2004), an Award of the Science Support Foundation (2005), a Medal of the Russian Academy of Sciences (2000), of the Liebig Lectureship from the German Chemical Society (2010), and the Balandin Prize for Outstanding Achievements in Catalysis (2010). In addition, he has been named Actively Cited Researcher – Russia by Thomson Reuters (2015), recipient of the Organometallics Distinguished Author Award Lectureship by the American Chemical Society (2016), and of the Hitachi High-Technologies Award in Appreciation for Novel Approaches and Outstanding Contributions to Setting New Standards for Electron Microscopy Applications in Chemistry (2016).

His educational activities include the MegaGrant research laboratory at St. Petersburg State University (since 2013) and his professorship at the Chemistry Department of Moscow State University (since 2012).