CUNY Energy Institute
His professional interests include charge-transfer reactions at metal/solution and semiconductor/solution interfaces, electrochemical kinetics and nano- and bio-electrochemistry. During the last several years, he has been involved in theoretical and experimental development of scanning electrochemical microscopy, applied this method to study various chemical structures and processes and co-edited the first monograph on SECM.
- 1993 – Current: Professor of Chemistry, Queens College
- 1990 – 1993: Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of Texas, USA
- 1982 – 1987: Ph.D. in Electrochemistry, Kazakh State University, USSR
- 1977 – 1982: B.S./M.S. Chemistry, Kazakh State University, USSR