Mariia Dmitrenko

Дмитренко

Assistant Prof.

Mail address: 198504, Russia, Saint Petersburg, Peterhof, Universitetsky pr, 26, Institute of Chemistry, Department of Analytical Chemistry
Laboratory №:
 2085
e-mail: m.dmitrienko@spbu.ru
ResearcherID I-8143-2014
AuthorID 56156300400
SPIN 1786-8094
ORCID 0000-0002-6560-5946

Scientific-and-educational group:
electrochemical methods of analysis and membrane separation

Area of research:
membrane nanocomposites: preparation, structure, transport properties; membrane processes: pervaporation, ultrafiltration, gas separation

Educational job:

  • Published books (chapters in books), manuals, workbooks:Penkova A.V., Pulyalina A.Y., Dimitrenko M.E., Toikka A.M. Methodical instructions to laboratory works “Membrane and catalyst systems.” Methodical manual for students of St. Petersburg State University, Institute of Chemistry. St. Petersburg 2014, 22 p.

Publications:

  1. A. V. Penkova, S. F. A. Acquah, M. E. Dmitrenko, B. Chen, K. N. Semenov, and Harold W. Kroto. Transport Properties of Cross-Linked Fullerenol-PVA Membranes. Carbon (2014), V. 76, P. 446 –450.
  2. Anastasia V. Penkova, Steve F.A. Acquah, Maria P. Sokolova, Maria E. Dmitrenko, Alexander M. Toikka. Polyvinyl alcohol lmembranes modified by low-hydroxylated fullerenol C60(OH)12. Journal of Membrane Science (2015), V. 491, P. 22–27.
  3. Shishov A., Penkova A.,  Zabrodin A.,  Nikolaev K.,  Dmitrenko M.,  Ermakov S.,  Bulatov, A. Vapor permeation-stepwise injection simultaneous determination of methanol and ethanol in biodiesel with voltammetric detection. Talanta (2016), V. 148, P. 666–672.
  4. Anastasia V. Penkova, Steve F.A. Acquah, Maria E. Dmitrenko, Maria P. Sokolova, Mariya Е. Mikhailova, Evgeny S. Polyakov, Sergey S. Ermakov, Denis A. Markelova, Denis Roizard. Improvement of pervaporation PVA membranes by the controlled incorporation of fullerenol nanoparticles. Materials & Design (2016), V. 96, P. 416–423.
  5. Anastasia V. Pen kova, Maria E. Dmitrenko, Maria P. Sokolova, Banghao Chen, Tatiana V. Plisko, Denis A. Markelov, Sergei S. Ermakov. Impact of fullerene loading on the structure and transport properties of polysulfone mixed-matrix membranes. Journal of Materials Science (2016), 51(16), 7652-7659.

 

Academic and professional awards:

  • diploma for the best poster at the VI International Conference on Chemistry “Mendeleev-2012”, section 4-physical chemistry, St. Petersburg, 2012;
  • certificate of Merit for the first place in the competition for the Best Research Poster at Chemistry PhD Conference Institute of Chemistry St. Petersburg State University, 2014;
  • winner of grant of the Bortnik Fund “UMNIK” « Development and research of properties of new nanocomposite membranes based on polyvinyl alcohol», 2014-2016;
  • first place in the research project in the competition of business ideas, scientific and technical developments and research projects “Young, impudent, perspective”, 2016.