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Vladimir I. Minkin

Vladimir I. Minkin


Professor, Full Member RAS

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Education: Graduated from Rostov University-1957; Candidate of Science (Organic chemistry)- 1959; Doctor of Science (Organic and Physical Chemistry)-1966.

Professional experience: Assistant Professor (1958-1961); Associate Professor (1961-1967); Professor (1967-date). Head of the Institute of Physical and Organic Chemistry (1981-2012). Deputy to the President of the Southern Research Center of Russian Academy of Sciences (2003 - date). Research Adviser of the Southern Federal University (2012-date).

Visiting professor: University of Havana - 1973; Queens University - 1980, Regensburg University - 1990, Strathclyde University - 1993, Cornell University - 1993, University of Marseille - 1998; 2000; Humboldt University (Berlin) - 1999; University of Florida – 2006.

Visiting scientist: Fulbright Research Scholar - 1993. P. Kapitsa Fellow of the Royal Society - 1993.

Society membership: Russian Academy of Sciences: Corresponding member - 1990; Full Member (Academician) - 1994; D. Mendeleev Russ. Chem. Soc.: Fellow - 1965; Royal Chemical Society: Fellow (CChem FRSC) - 1994. Fellow of the Italian Academy of Sciences "Gioennia" - 2006.

IUPAC activity: Commission on Physical Organic Chemistry: Titular Member (1992-2003); Working Party on Terminology in Theoretical Organic Chemistry (Chairman): 1991-1998.

Editorial boards: Journal of Molecular Structure (THEOCHEM): 1992 - 1995; Journal of Physical Organic Chemistry: 1996-2001; Isotopes in Organic Chemistry (Academic Press):1983 - 1986; Advances in Heterocyclic Chemistry (1995 - date); Mendeleev Communications; Russian Chemical Reviews; Journal of General Chemistry (Russian); Journal of Organic Chemistry (Russian); Bulletin of Russian Academy of Sciences (Chemistry); Journal of Heterocyclic Chemistry (Latvia).

Professional awards: The Ministry of Higher Education Award for the Excellence in Teaching (1986); USSR State Prize (Chemistry)-1989; Dr. Honoris Causa of the Mediterranian University (Marseille) -1995. Doctor Honoris Causa of the Saint Petersburg Technological University (2011). Distinguished Professor of Rostov University (1995). Distinguished Professor of Taganrog University (2005) Alexander v. Humboldt Senior Research Award (1999). A. M. Butlerov Prize of Russian Academy of Sciences (2000). L. A. Chugaev Prize of Russian Academy of Sciences (2003). A.N. Necneyanov Prize of Russian Academy of Sciences (2010). Award of the Foundation for Support of Russian Science in the nomination "Outstanding scientists of Russian Academy of Sciences" (2003, 2004).

Research interests:

  • Tautomerism, fast and reversible intramolecular rearrangements due to group transfer reactions (C,N, P, As, O, S, Se, Te, Cl, Br - centered migrants).
  • Quantum organic chemistry (mechanisms of reactions, aromaticity and antiaromaticity, nonclassical organic and organoelement structures).
  • Stereodynamics of metal coordination compounds (fluxionality, ligand exchange reactions, inversion of configuration at metal centers).
  • Photochromism (spirocyclic compounds, azomethines and fulgides, metal-chelates). Abiotic Solar energy storage molecular systems. Molecular switches. 
  • Tellurium organic chemistry (new heterocycles, Te-ylides, structural and chemical consequences of the intramolecular Te - O, N coordination, hypervalency).
  • Circumambulatory rearrangements in 3-, 5- and 7-membered carbocycles.

Research presentations (selected): Plenary lectures: International Conference on Heterocyclic Compounds (Prague, 1987); 9th IUPAC Conference on Physical Organic Chemistry (Regensburg, 1988); International Symposium on Organic Photochromism (Ilez des Embiez, Var, France, 1993); 2nd Florida Conference on Heterocyclic Chemistry (Gainesville, 2001). 20s International Chugaev Conference on Coordination Compounds (Rostov on Don, 2001), International Symposium on Physical Organic Chemistry (Novosibirsk, 2001), Principal Trends of Modern Chemistry (St. Petersburg, 2003), International Conference on Physical-Chemical Foundations on New Technologies of XXI Century (Moscow, 2005); XVIII Mendeleev Congress (Moscow, 2007). XVIII D.I. Mendeleev Conference (Moscow, 2007); XXIV Chugaev Conference on Coordination Chemistry (2009. St.Petersburg); International Congress of Organic Chemistry dedicated to 150th Anniversary of A.M. Butlerov Theory (2011. Kazan); XIX D.I. Mendeleev Conference (2011 Volgograd) . 

Invited lectures (selected): 10th IUPAC Conference on Physical Organic Chemistry (Haifa, 1990); International Symposium on Carbocations, Carboxonium and Onium Ions (Los Angeles, 1992); 9th European Symposium on Organic Chemistry (Warsaw, 1995); 4th WATOC Congress (Jerusalem 1996); 2nd International Symposium on Organic Photochromism (Clearwater, FL. 1996); 14th IUPAC Conference on Physical Organic Chemistry (Florianopolis, 1998); International Symposium on Physical Organic Chemistry (Madrid, 1999). Conference on "New Chemistries". Delft. 2002. 4th International Symposium on Organic Photochromism (Arcachon, 2004) 20th International Congress on Heterocyclic Chemistry (Palermo, 2005). 

Memorial lectures: J. Musher Memorial lecture (Jerusalem, 1991).

Teaching activities: Supervised research work of more than 60 graduate students and associates who defended their Candidate of Science (Ph. D.) dissertations.

Courses taught at Southern Federal  University:

  1. Quantum Chemistry;
  2. Theory of Molecular Structure;
  3. Molecular Dynamics and Stereodynamics;
  4. Correlation analysis in Organic Chemistry;
  5. Introduction to Nannoscience and Nanochemistry.

Publications:
18 Monographs, more than 900 papers in refereed international and Russian chemical journals, 95 Russian and international patents.

A number of recent publications:

  1. O.A. Gapurenko, R.M. Minyaev, V.I. Minkin. "Silicon analogue of pyramidane: a quantum-chemical study". Mendeleev Commun. 2012, 22 (1), 8-10.
  2. V.I. Minkin, V.A. Bren', A.D. Dubonosov, A.V. Tsukanov "Acylotropic intramolecular rearrangements of keto enamines of benzo[b]-annelated heterocycles". Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds, 2012, 48(1) , pp. 107-116.
  3. T.N. Gribanova, R.M. Minyaev, V.I. Minkin. "Multi-decker Tricarbonyl-Bridged Sandwich Complexes of Transition Metals: Structure, Stability and Electron-Counting Rules". Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2012, 14 (43), 14803-14809. 
  4. O.A. Gapurenko, R.M. Minyaev, A.G. Starikov, V.I. Minkin. "Hybrid carbon-silicon triangulenes". Doklady Chemistry, 2013, 448 (1), pp. 23-28.
  5. V.I. Minkin, A.A. Starikova, R.M. Minyaev. "Computational Design of Valence Tautomeric Adducts of Co(II) Diketonates with Redox-Active o-Benzoquinone Ligands". Dalton Transactions, 2013, 42(5), 1726-1734.
  6. V.I. Minkin "Light-controlled molecular switches based on bistable spirocyclic organic and coordination compounds". Russian Chemical Reviews, 2013, 82 (1), 1-26.
  7. A A. Starikova, R. M. Minyaev, A. G. Starikov, V. I. Minkin. "DFT Computational Design of a New Ligand-Driven Light-Induced Mechanism for Spin-State Switching". Eur. J. Inorg. Chem., 2013, 24, 4203 - 4219.

Selected Titles:

  1. V.I. Minkin, O.A. Osipov, Yu.A. Zhdanov. Dipole Moments in Organic Chemistry. Plenum Press: New York. 1970.
  2. V.I. Minkin, L.P. Olekhnovich, Yu.A. Zhdanov. Molecular Design of Tautomeric Compounds. Kluwer Publ. Dordrecht-Boston-Tokyo. 1988.
  3. V.I. Minkin, R.M. Minyaev, Yu.A. Zhdanov. “Nonclassical Structures of Organic Compounds”. Mir Publ. Moscow. 1987.
  4. V.I. Minkin, B.Ya. Simkin, R.M. Minyaev. Quantum Chemistry of Organic Compounds. Mechanisms of Reactions. Springer Verlag. Berlin. 1990.
  5. A.D. Garnovskii, A.L. Nivorozhkin, V.I. Minkin. “Ligand Evironment and the                Structure of Schiff Base Adducts and Tetracoordinated Metal-Chelates”. Coord. Chem. Rev., 1993, 126 (No. 1-2), 1-69.
  6. V.I. Minkin, M.N. Glukhovtsev, B.Ya. Simkin. Aromaticity and Antiaromaticity. Electronic and Structural Aspects. J.Wiley Intersci. New York. 1994.
  7. R. Hoffmann, V.I. Minkin, B.K. Carpenter. Ockham's Razor and Chemistry. Bull. Soc. Chim. France, 1996,133, 117-130; Hyle (Intern. J. Philosophy), 1997, 3, 3-28.
  8. V.I. Minkin. “Glossary of Terms Used in Theoretical Organic Chemistry” (IUPAC Recommendations 1999). Pure Appl. Chem. 1999, 71 (10), 1919-1981.
  9. V.I. Minkin, V.N. Komissarov. “Perimidinespirocyclohexadienones”. In: Organic Photochromic and Thermochromic Compounds (J.C. Crano and R.Guglielmetti Eds.). Vol. 1. Ch. 8, pp. 315-340. Plenum Press. New York. 1999.
  10. V.I. Minkin, A.D. Garnovskii, J. Elguero, A.R. Katritzky, O.V. Denisko. “The Tautomerism of Heterocycles. Five-Membered Rings with Two or More Heteroatoms”. Advances Heterocycl. Chem. 2000, 76, 157-323.
  11. V. I. Minkin, R.M. Minyaev Cyclic Aromatic Compounds with Hypervalent Centers. Chem. Rev., 2001, 101, 1247-1265.
  12. A.V. Metelitsa, V.V. Lokshin, J.-C. Micheau, A. Samat, R. Guglielmetti, V.I. Minkin. "Photochromism and Solvatochromism of Push-Pull or Pull-Push Spiroindolinonaphthoxazines". Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2002, 4, 4340-4345.
  13. R.M. Minyaev, V.I. Minkin, T.N. Gribanova, A.G. Starikov, R. Hoffmann. "Poly[n]prismanes. A Family of Stable Cage Structures with Half-Planar Carbon Centers". J. Org. Chem., 2003, 68 (22), 8588-8593.
  14. V.I. Minkin. Photo-, Thermo-, Solvato- and Electrochromic Spiroheterocyclic Compounds. Chem. Rev., 2004, 104, 2751.
  15. A.D. Dubonosov, V.A. Bren, V.I. Minkin. The Photochemical Reactivity of the Norbornadiene- Quadricyclane System. In: Organic Photochemistry and Photobiology (Eds.W. Horspool, F. Lenci). Ch. 17, 1-34.CRC Press. Boca Raton-London-New York. 2004.
  16. V.I. Minkin, R. M. Minyaev. Hypercoordinate Carbon in Polyhedral Organic Structures. Mendeleev Commun., 2004, 43-46.
  17. V.I. Minkin, A.V. Metelitsa, I.V. Dorogan, B.S. Lukianov, S.O. Besugliuy, J.-C. Micheau. "Spectroscopic and Theoretical Evidence for the Elusive Intermediate of the Photoinitiated and Thermal Rearrangements of Photochromic Spiropyrans". J. Phys. Chem. A, 2005, 109, 9605-9616.
  18. R.M. Minyaev, T.N. Gribanova, V.I. Minkin, A.G. Starikov, R. Hoffmann. Planar and Pyramidal Tetracoordinate Carbon in Organoboron Compounds. J. Org. Chem. 2005, 70, 6693-6704.
  19. I.D. Sadekov, G.A. Abakarov, V.I. Minkin. "Five-membered heterocycles with Vicinal Te and O Heteroatoms". Advances Heterocycl. Chem. 2006, 92, 55-82.
  20. V.I. Minkin. 'Photoswitchable Molecular Systems Based on Spiropyrans and Spirooxazines". In: Molecular Switches (B.L. Feringa and W.R. Browne eds.). Vol. 1. Ch.2. Pp. 37-80. Wiley-VCH. 2011.
  21. V.I. Minkin, A.V. Tsukanov, A.D. Dubonosov, V.A.Bren. "Tautomeric Schiff bases: Iono, solvate, thermo-and photochromism". J. Mol. Struct. 2011, 998, 179-191.
  22. T.N. Gribanova, R.M. Minyaev, V.I. Minkin. "Induced aromaticity and electron-count rules for bipyramidal and sandwich complexes of s- and d-metals". Open Org. Chem. J. 2011, 5 (Suppl. 1-M4), 62-78.
  23. E.P. Ivakhnenko, A.G. Starikov, V.I. Minkin, K.A. Lyssenko, M.Y. Antipin, V.I. Simakov, M.S. Korobov, G.S. Borodkin, P.A. Knyazev. "Synthesis, molecular and electronic structures of six-coordinate transition metal (Mn, Fe, Co, Ni, Cu, and Zn) complexes with redox-active 9-hydroxyphenoxazin-1-one ligands". Inorganic Chemistry, 2011, 50 (15), 7022-7032.
  24. D.V. Steglenko, M.E. Kletsky, S.V. Kurbatov, A.V. Tatarov, V.I. Minkin, R. Goumont, F. Terrier. "The Stepwise Diels-Alder Reaction of 4-Nitrobenzodifuroxan with Danishefsky's Diene". Chemistry - A European Journal, 2011. 17(27), 7592-7604.
  25. A.A. Milov, R.M. Minyaev, V.I. Minkin. "Intramolecular Hypervalent Interaction in the Conjugate Five-Membered Rings". J. Phys. Chem. A, 2011, 115, 12973-12982.
  26. T.N. Gribanova, R.M. Minyaev, V.I. Minkin. "Multi-decker Tricarbonyl-Bridged Sandwich Complexes of Transition Metals: Structure, Stability and Electron-Counting Rules". Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2012, 14 (43), 14803-14809. 
  27. V.I. Minkin, A.A. Starikova, R.M. Minyaev. "Computational Design of Valence Tautomeric Adducts of Co(II) Diketonates with Redox-Active o-Benzoquinone Ligands". Dalton Transactions, 2013, 42(5), 1726-1734
  28. V.I. Minkin. "Light-controlled molecular switches based on bistable spirocyclic organic and coordination compounds". Russian Chemical Reviews, 2013, 82 (1), 1-26.
  29. R.M. Minyaev, T.N. Gribanova, V.I. Minkin. “Hypervalency and Hypercoordination”.Ch. 9.04 in Comprehensive Inorganic Chemistry II. (Ed. S. Alvarez). Vol. 9. Pp. 109-132. Elsevier. 2013.

 

 


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