materials science, Software and databases for modeling and predicting
structure and properties of materials, Prediction and synthesis of
new polyfunctional materials, Artificial intelligence in materials
project «Development of hybrid topological-quantum mechanical
method for the discovery of new inorganic electrides» (since 2021)
project «Information-analytical system for predicting structure
and properties of coordination polymers and metal-organic
project «Development of hybrid topology-quantum-mechanical
approach to modeling and forecasting the structure of
project «Theory and methods of combined
topological-quantum-chemical prediction of mechanical anisotropy and
of microporous molecular framework materials» (2018-2020)
project «Hybrid topological-quantum-chemical methods for
prediction of adsorption, catalytic, and sensor properties of
microporous framework and low-dimensional materials» (2016-2020)
project «Methods of topological design of coordination polymers»
project «Theory, methods of modeling and directional search for a
new multivalent ionic conductors by crystallochemical analysis
methods and quantum-mechanical modelling».
at International Research Center for Theoretical Materials Science (english.sctms.ru)
Northwest Polytechnic University (NPU, Xi'an), Particle Cloud (Xi'an)
and MSEA (Guan). Development of methods for predicting the structure
and properties of crystalline materials for additive technologies (3D
printing). Development of appropriate software and databases.
Synthesis and testing of materials in accordance with forecasts. A
joint Chinese-Russian innovation center has been established. Joint
research has been conducted since 2016.
international schools on topological methods in materials science
were organized in China (Guan, 2017; Shanghai, 2018; Xi’an, 2019).
RFBR-NSF project «Development of hybrid topological-quantum
mechanical method for the discovery of new inorganic electrides».
Vladislav A. Blatov is an adjunct professor in NPU.
University of Milan. Prediction of new coordination polymers and
metal-organic frameworks. Synthesis and testing of materials in
accordance with predictions. Joint research has been conducted since
2003. In cooperation with the University of Milan, the Megagrant of
the Government of the Russian Federation (2013-2017) was implemented.
University of Sussex. Prediction of new molecular magnets. Synthesis
and testing of materials in accordance with forecasts. Applications
are being submitted for joint projects of the RFBR and the Royal
Society of London. Joint research has been conducted since 2011.
University of Nottingham. Development of software and databases for
the design of metal-organic frameworks. The work is carried out
within the framework of a joint grant from the Russian Foundation for
Basic Research and the Royal Society of London. Joint research has
been fulfilled in 2018-2020.
University of Manchester. Development of software for modeling
crystal growth. The results are presented at the website
Freiberg Mining Academy. Development of methods for theoretical
prediction of ionic conductivity in solids. Search for substances to
obtain new solid electrolytes and cathode materials. Applications are
being submitted for joint projects of the RFBR and the German
Scientific Society. Joint research has been conducted since 2011.
- Prof. Vladislav A. Blatov
Alexander F. Krutov
Alexander P. Shevchenko
Eugeny V. Alexandrov
Artem A. Kabanov