Position: Director, Institute of Chemical
Physics, University of
Leading researcher, Institute of Chemical Physics, University of Latvia
Investigations of structure, properties and application
of nanowires, nanotubes, their architectures, DNA molecules.
Development of instrumentation for investigation of nanostructures (Scanning probe microscopes compatible with electron microscopes)
EU 6th Framework STREP Project Desygn-IT
EU 6th Framework CA Project IPMMAN
COST Project MOLSIMU
Latvian State Program
3 Latvian Council of Science projects
Project of University of Latvia
1980-1983 - Ph.D. studies,
1972-1978 - M.S.+B.S.
studies, Dept. of Chemistry, the
Pedagogic/ Scientific Qualifications:
1994 Leading Researcher, University of Latvia
1992 Doctor in Chemistry, Institute of Inorganic Chemistry, Adademie of Science of Latvia
Candidate of Sciences in Chemistry, Institute of Inorganic Chemistry, Adademie
of Science of Latvia
Academic and Professional Experience and Administrative Positions:
2002- present – Director
Institute of Chemical Physics,
1994 - present - Leading Researcher, Institute of Chemical Physics University of Latvia.
researcher 4-6 months per year in Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden,
Bristol University, UK, Tartu University, Estonia, Cork University College,
1988 - 93 - Senior Researcher, Dept. of Chemical Physics of Condensed Matter,
1985 - 1988 Senior researcher Dep. of Chemistry, the Latvian State University.
1978-1980 Engineer, researcher; Dep. of Chemistry, the Latvian State University.