Alexander L. Dubov studied materials
at the M.V.Lomonosov Moscow State University. In 2009 he
obtained his B.Sci. degree under a supervision of Prof.
Eugene A. Goodilin and Dr. Anastasia
E. Goldt working on magnetic nanoparticles for biomedical applications.
The same year he moved to the group of Prof. Olga I. Vinogradova to
work on the design of superhydrophobic surfaces for microfluidic
lab-on-a chip applications. In 2010 he was appointed at the Laboratory
of Physical Chemistry of Modified Surfaces, part of the A.N.Frumkin
Institute of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry (Russian Academy
of Sciences) as as a senior research assistant. Alexander obtained his
M.Sci. in 2011. The same year he became a PhD student.
Alexander spent several extended visits at the Joint
(Dr. Etienne Barthel and Dr. Jeremie Teisseire) and DWI
at the RWTH University of
(Dr. Ahmed Mourran). His PhD project combines experiment
and lattice-Boltzman simulations and is related to investigations of
flows past superhydrophobic surfaces.
In 2015 Alexander has been awarded the Dynasty Foundation grant
for graduate students specializing in theoretical physics. The same year he was promoted to a position of a junior research fellow. In 2016 Alexander received PhD in Physics and Mathematics and became a reserach fellow.