Team

Principal Investigator

Dr. Anna Klinkova

Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry, University of Waterloo, member of WIN, WICI, and IC3.

Postdoctoral Fellow

Dr. Jury Medvedev

Synthetic organic chemist, PhD from Saint Petersburg State University, Russia.

PhD Student

Feng Li

DFT, MD and multiphysics calculations, MSc from Jiliang University, China.

PhD Student

Xenia Medvedeva

Nanomaterials synthesis, organic electrosynthesis, MSc from Saint Petersburg State University, Russia.

MSc Student

Stephen Tatarchuk

Plasmonics, electrosynthesis, and cell fabrication, BSc from Carleton University, Canada.

MASc Student

Yixiang Zhang

Electrochemical flow cell design and fabrication, co-supervised with Prof. Xianguo Li.

Undergraduate Student

Elena Smith

Organic electrochemistry, CHEM 494 research project, 4th year Chemistry student.

Undergraduate Student

Jordan Lau

Quantum dot synthesis and electrochemistry, CHEM 494 research project, 4th year Materials and Nanosciences student.

Undergraduate Student

Helen Engelhardt

Metal nanoparticles synthesis and electrochemistry, 1st year Nanoengineering student.

Former team members

  • Alex Maokhamphiou, intern, National School of Chemistry of Mulhouse (summer 2019)
  • Marion Bassin, intern, National School of Chemistry of Mulhouse (summer 2019)
  • Eugeniia Khairullina, visiting PhD student, Saint Petersburg State University (spring 2018, spring 2019)
  • Thomas Zienchuk, CHEM 494 research project student (2018-2019)
  • Dr. Ana Sousa, visiting postdoc, University of Vigo (summer 2018)
  • Kseniia Mosina, visiting MSc student, ITMO University (summer 2018)
  • Iana Iugai, visiting MSc student, ITMO University (summer 2018)
  • Alexandra Vikyakina, visiting undergrad, Saint Petersburg State University (summer 2018)
  • Jacob Rempel, coop student (spring 2018)
  • Alexey Pogodaev, visiting undergrad, Saint Petersburg State University (spring 2018)
  • Amir Basiratnia, undergrad volunteer (spring 2018)
  • Andre-Philippe Paradis, research assistant (spring 2018)