Voitenko Zoia, PhD

Editorial Board Member

Department of Chemistry
Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv
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Biography

Born in Kiev on July 22. Full Professor of organic chemistry (2006-current), Faculty of Chemistry, Taras Shevchenko National University. Deputy Dean of Science (2007-2014). Deputy Dean (Responsible) of Faculty of Chemistry in international relations (2008-current). Coordinator of France-Ukraine Chemistry Association (GRDI «Groupement Franco-Ukrainien en Chimie Moléculaire») (2008-2016). The chief editor of scientific journal FUJC. Responsible for cooperation with universities in France: Toulouse, Angers, Le Mans. Scientific interests: Chemistry of heterocyclic compounds. Isoindoles, tautomeric and atropoisomeric compounds, cyanine dyes, and bioactive substances. Diels-Alder and Michael reactions, rearrangements, and spectral and computational methods of investigation, The use of synthetic organic chemistry for new approaches in the field of medicine, supramolecular chemistry, asymmetric catalysis, green chemistry, and other interdisciplinary studies. Services, statuses, publications. Soros Award – 1997. In 2001 was awarded the status of the Best Professor of Chemistry Faculty (Ukraine). In 2009 was conferred an Order of the Academic Palms (Ordre des Palmes Académiques, France). In 2010 was conferred an Order of Princess Olga (Ukraine). Author of more than 100 publications, 5 patents, and articles in foreign and national journals. Scientific research organization: support the idea of joint graduate school and joint Ph.D. with two research chiefs.

Research Interest

Chemistry of heterocyclic compounds. Chromatography and Separation Techniques, Isoindoles, tautomeric and atropoisomeric compounds, cyanine dyes, and bioactive substances. Diels-Alder and Michael reactions, rearrangements, and spectral and computational methods of investigation, The use of synthetic organic chemistry for new approaches in the field of medicine, supramolecular chemistry, asymmetric catalysis, green chemistry, and other interdisciplinary studies.

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