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Ivan Berezianko

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Researcher
PhD (Chemistry)

Department: Laboratory of catalysis of polymerization processes
e-mail: bereziankoivan@bsu.by
Phone: +375 (17) 209-53-07

  • h-index (Scopus) – 4
  • h-index (Web of Science) – 4
  • h-index (Google scholar) – 4

https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=_6McqwUAAAAJ&hl=ru&oi=sra

Subject and Class of Degrees:

2011-2016 – Faculty of Chemistry, Belarusian State University;

2017 – Master Degree (natural sciences);

2021 – Ph.D. (chemistry). Thesis title: «Heterogeneous catalytic systems for the highly reactive polyisobutylene synthesis».

Career:

2015 – Trainee of Junior Researcher, Research Institute for Physical Chemical Problems, Belarusian State University (BSU);

2016 – 2021 – Junior Researcher, Research Institute for Physical Chemical Problems, BSU;

Since 2021 – Researcher, Research Institute for Physical Chemical Problems, BSU.

Current research activity:

«Living» and traditional ionic polymerization, synthesis of functionalized polymers, heterogeneous catalysis.

List of the selected publications:

1. Vasilenko, I.V.; Berezianko, I.A.; Shiman, D.I.; Kostjuk, S.V. New Catalyst for the Synthesis of Highly Reactive Polyisobutylene: Chloroaluminate Imidazole-Based Ionic Liquid in the Presence of Diisopropyl Ether. Polym. Chem., 2016, 7, P. 5615–5619.

2. Berezianko I. A.; Vasilenko, I.V.; Kostjuk, S.V. Acidic imidazole-based ionic liquid in the presence of diisopropyl ether as catalysts for the synthesis of highly reactive polyisobutylene: Effect of ionic liquid nature, catalyst aging, and sonication. Polymer, 2018, 145, P. 382-390.

3. Shiman, D.I.; Berezianko I. A.; Vasilenko, I.V.; Kostjuk, S.V. Cationic Polymerization of Isobutylene and C4 Mixed Feed Using Complexes of Lewis Acids with Ethers: A Comparative Study. Chinese Journal of Polymer Science (English edition), 2019, 37(9), P. 891-897.

4. Berezianko I. A.; Vasilenko, I.V.; Kostjuk, S.V. Cationic polymerization of isobutylene
co-initiated by chloroferrate imidazole-based ionic liquid: The advantageous effect of initiator and aromatic compounds. European Polymer Journal, 2019, 121, P. 109307.

5. Berezianko, I. A.; Nikishau, P.A.; Vasilenko, I.V.; Kostjuk, S.V. Liquid coordination complexes as a new class of catalysts for the synthesis of highly reactive polyisobutylene. Polymer, 2021, 226, P. 123825.

6. Makarevich, M.I.; Nikishau, P.A.; Berezianko, I. A.; Glushkova, T.V.; Rezvova, M.A.; Ovcharenko, E.A.; Bekmukhamedov, G.E.; Yakhvarov, D.G.; Kostjuk, S.V. Aspects of the Synthesis of Poly(styrene-block-isobutylene-block-styrene) by TiCl4-Co-initiated Cationic Polymerization in Open Conditions. Macromol, 2021, 1, P. 243-255.

Patents

1. Corberan R.; Mühlbach, K; Wetling T.; Kostjuk S.; Vasilenko I.; Shiman D.; Berazianka I. Process for preparing high-reactivity isobutene homo- or copolymers. WO2018015306.

2. Lederhose P.; Mühlbach, K.; Kostjuk S.; Vasilenko I.; Berezianko I. Process for preparing high‑reactivity isobutene homo- or copolymers. EP3950736A1.