Curriculum Vitae - Dr. Sergey Tin

Personals

Date of birth

June 9, 1989

Marital status

married

Academic Education

 09.2012 - 09.2016

University of St Andrews, UK. PhD in chemistry. Supervisor Professor Matthew L. Clarke.
PhD in Chemistry on “Enantioselective Hydrogenation of Enamines”. The project was sponsored jointly by the department of chemistry of the University of St Andrews and Dr Reddy’s, UK, involving two short placements in Dr Reddy’s laboratories, Cambridge, UK

09.2007 - 06.2012University of St Andrews, UK. MChem with external placement
Second Upper MChem (Honours) with External Placement degree; studied Math for the first one and a half years with the first class results. Final year dissertation: “Importance of N,N-acetals in enamine synthesis” under supervision of Professor Matthew L. Clarke
09.2005 - 05.2007IB diploma in Miras International school, Kazakhstan.
IB diploma with 6/7 in Chemistry HL

Profession

since 10.2017Group leader in Leibniz Institute for Catalysis (LIKAT), Rostock, Germany. Supervisor Professor Johannes G. de Vries
Leading a research group of about 10 people under supervision of Prof. de Vries

02.2017 - 09.2017

Post-doc in Leibniz Institute for Catalysis (LIKAT), Rostock, Germany. Supervisor Professor Johannes G. de Vries
Catalytic polymerisation of renewable cyclic ethers (EU project, collaboration with Henkel)

09.2015 - 10.2015 09.2014 - 10.2014

Demonstrating in 3rd year undergraduate laboratory in University of St Andrews, UK

01.2014 - 04.2014 01.2013 - 04.2013 Demonstrating in 2nd year undergraduate laboratory in University of St Andrews, UK
07.2010 - 06.2011Industrial Placement. Sasol Techology UK Ltd. Supervisor Dr Martin J. Hanton.
Selective oligomerisation of ethylene, Ru-catalysed hydrogenation of esters
07.2011 - 09.2011 07.2009 - 09.2009Two short-term summer projects. University of St Andrews, UK. Supervisor Professor David J. Cole-Hamilton.
Ortho-alkylation of phenols, Hydroformylation of alkenes
09.2005 - 08.2007Research project. University of Organic Catalysis and Electrochemistry D.V. Sokolskii, Kazakhstan. Supervisor Professor Alima Zharmagambetova.
Part-time work. Research project “Biomimetic catalysis – partial oxidation of cyclohexane to cyclohexanone and cyclohexanol