Funding Support

  • U. S. National Science Foundation (CHE-1664379):

    Title:"Deciphering Bonding in Excited States, Solvated Species, and Novel 0D, 1D, 2D, and 3D Chemical Systems", period 2017-2020, amount awarded: $353,109.



  • Russian, the Minstary of Education and Science of the Russian Federation (mega-grant of Russian Government to support scientific research under the supervision of leading scientist at Southern Federal University, # 14Y26.31.0016):

    Title:"Theoretical modeling of multifunctional organoelement and coordination compounds and materials on their basis with controlled optical, electrical and magnetic properties", period 2016-2019, amount awarded: 90,000,000 rubles ($1,500,000).



  • U. S. National Science Foundation (CHE-1361413):

    Title:"Assessing the Potentials of the Adaptive Natural Density Partitioning Methods for Rationalizing Chemical Bonding in Novel Clusters, Solids, Interfaces, and Clusters on Surfaces", period 2014-2017, amount awarded: $330,000.



  • U. S. National Science Foundation (CHE-1057746):

    Title: "Advancement of the Adaptive Natural Density Partitioning Method towards Applications to Open-Shell Systems, Reaction Mechanisms, Biomolecules, and Solids", period 2011-2014, amount awarded: $323,400.



  • U. S. National Science Foundation (CHE-0714851):

    Title: "Development of New Island Aromatic Fragment (IAF) Analysis for Deciphering Chemical Bonding in Clusters", period 2007-2010, amount awarded: $294,000.



  • American Chemical Society – Petroleum Research Fund (ACS-PRF# 43101-AC6):

    Title: “Probing Aromaticity in Transition Metal Clusters”, 2005-2007, amount awarded: $80,000.



  • U. S. National Science Foundation (CHE-0404937):

    Title: "Evolution of Chemical Bonding upon Fusion of Planar Aromatic Clusters into 2-D and 3-D Clusters and into 3-D Networks", period 2004-2007, amount awarded: $240,000.



  • American Chemical Society – Petroleum Research Fund(ACS-PRF# 38242-AC6):

    Title: “Advancing the Aromaticity Concept into All-Metal Species”, period 2002-2005, amount awarded: $120,000



  • USU New Faculty Research Grant:

    Title: “Theoretical Design of Oxygen Neutral and Ionic Clusters Beyond Ozone”, period 2000-2001, amount awarded: $14,975



  • American Chemical Society – Petroleum Research Fund (ACS-PRF# 35255-AC6):

    Title: “Theoretical Design of Large Molecules and New Materials”, period 2000-2002, amount awarded: $60,000



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