Alexander N. Dyachenko

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Alexander N. Dyachenko
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Alexander N. Dyachenko (DOB 14.10.1977, Biysk, Altai Krai) – Vice-Rector for Research and Innovations, Professor at Tomsk Polytechnic University. Founder and CEO of the scientific spin-off “Fluoride Technologies”.

Main research areas: development of physical and chemical bases of production of non-ferrous and rare metals, chemical processing technology of titanium-zirconium raw materials, beryllium technology and fluoride technologies. The author of over 150 scientific works, including 30 inventor’s certificates. Published 2 monographs “Introduction to Nuclear Chemical Technology” and “Fluoride Technology of Nuclear Fuel”. Supervised 3 postgraduates and a postdoctoral student.

Fluent in Russian and English.

Education

2008 - Doctor of Technical Sciences;

2003 - Candidate of Technical Sciences (PhD);

2000 - Graduated from Tomsk Polytechnic University.

Employment history

Tomsk Polytechnic University

2014 - present Vice-Rector for Research and Innovations;

2010 - 2014 Head of the Department of Rare, Scattered and Radioactive Element Technology;

2009 – present Professor at the Department of Rare, Scattered and Radioactive Element;

2008 - 2009 Associate Professor at the Department of Rare, Scattered and Radioactive Element Technology.

Research

Chemical processing technology of titanium-zirconium raw materials, beryllium technology and fluoride technologies.

Distinctions

Chairman of the specialized dissertation council;

Member of the Coordinating Committee of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation;

Member of the Expert Council of Inorganic Chemistry of the Higher Attestation Commission (VAK at RF Ministry of Education and Science);

Editor-in-chief at Bulletin of Tomsk Polytechnic University (Russia).

Industrial Projects

Experienced top-manager, CEO of a scientific spin-off “Fluoride Technologies” focused on feasibility studies and design of production of rare and non-ferrous metallurgy, production of laboratory equipment, R & D, retraining of highly qualified staff.