Prof. Andrey Y. Khalimon has been appointed as a Guest Editor of a special issue "Metal-Catalyzed Hydrogenation and Hydroelementation Reactions" in the section "Organometallic Chemistry" of Inorganics (MDPI).
Inorganics (ISSN 2304-6740; Q2, IF 3.149, citescore 5.1) is an international peer-reviewed open access journal that covers all aspects of inorganic chemistry research, including synthesis, characterization and applications of inorganic compounds, structure and bonding in inorganics, mechanisms of inorganic reactions, organometallic compound, inorganic cluster chemistry, coordination chemistry, bio-inorganic chemistry, inorganic solid-state chemistry, and inorganic materials.
The research work of Kristina and Ainur on hydroboration of isocyanates has been accepted for publication as a full paper in Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry (RSC, Q1, IF 3.89; link to the article). Well done!!!
Congratulations to Valeriya on completion of her Chemistry BSc degree!
Valeriya will shortly move to Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology (OIST, Japan) for 5 months research internship in the group of Prof. Julia Khusnutdinova. Well done Valeriya!!!
Welcome Ofeliya, Amina and Bakdaulet!
Three undergraduate students, Ofeliya Talimonyuk, Amina Zharkenova and Bakdaulet Seisenkul joined the Khalimon Lab in June 2022. Welcome on board guys!
Azamat has received the prestigious Yessenov Foundation “RESEARCH INTERNSHIP IN WORLD LABORATORIES” for 2022.
The program provides 10 grants for summer internships in leading scientific and research laboratories of the world, lasting up to 90 days! Well done Azamat!
Saniya Rakisheva joined the Khalimon Lab in November as the 1st year MSc student. Saniya will be working on her MSc thesis aimed at the development of base-metal transfer hydrogenation catalysts
Our Perspective paper "Deoxygenative Hydroboration of Carboxamides: A Versatile and Selective Synthetic Approach to Amines" has been accepted to Dalton Transactions (IF 4.390)
Congratulations Kristina, Raikhan, Medet, Davit and Ainur!!! Our paper on Co-catalyzed hydroboration of nitro compounds has been accepted to Advanced Synthesis and Catalysis (IF 5.837): DOI 10.1002/adsc.202101043 link
Our review paper on homogeneous base-metal-catalyzed transfer hydrogenation reactions has been accepted to Tetrahedron special issue "Sustainable Catalysis"
Ayazhan Bizhanova joined the Khalimon Lab in September as an undergraduate research assistant
Prof. Khalimon will present the research group projects at IUPAC/CCCE 2021 Virtual during August 13-20, 2021.
IUPAC/CCCE 2021 Virtual combines 51st IUPAC GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 48th WORLD CHEMISTRY CONGRESS and 104th CANADIAN CHEMISTRY CONFERENCE AND EXHIBITION under one event.
Congratulations to Raikhan on completion of her BSc requirements in Chemistry!
On April 30th, Aziza successfully defended her MSc thesis "Synthesis and Catalytic Applications of Phosphinite Complexes of Nickel".
Well done Aziza!!!
Aziza will continue working in our laboratory as MSc Research Assistant
The research abstract co-authored by Aziza, Valeriya and Kristina has been accepted to CCE-2021: XXII International Scientific Conference" Chemistry and Chemical Engineering in XXI century" which will be held at Tomsk Polytechnic University on May 17-20, 2021 in Tomsk (Russia)
Our recent paper has been highlighted in SYNFORM (Thieme Chemistry) link
Congratulations Medet, Dimash, Ozgur and Davit!
Our full paper "Transfer Hydrogenation of Aldehydes and Ketones Catalyzed by an Aminophosphinite POCNH Pincer Complex of Ni(II)" has been recently accepted for publication in Dalton Transactions (IF 4.174) link
Our hydroboration minireview paper has been recently accepted to Chem. Asian J. link
Congratulations to Dimash and Adil on completion of their BSc in Chemistry!
Prof. Andrey Khalimon was mentioned among the most cited Kazakhstani researchers in 2019 in the interview with the Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan in Kazpravda news (in Russian) link
On May 1st, Alibek successfully defended his MSc thesis entitled "Cobalt catalyzed reduction of aromatic nitro compounds via homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis".
Well done Alibek!!!
Congratulations Kristina, Ainur and Davit!
Great work team on your recently accepted Chem. Eur. J. paper! link