Salim R. Maduar studied chemistry
at the M.V.Lomonosov Moscow State University.
In 2010-2011 he in addition studied functional nanomaterials, and since 2011 studied bionanotechnology
at the MSU Nanotechnology Education and Research Center
In 2008-2010 Salim has been working on electrochemistry of materials for Li-ion
batteries under a supervision of Prof. Evgeny V. Antipov at the
Laboratory of Inorganic Crystallochemistry
In 2011 he joined the group of Prof. Olga I. Vinogradova to work on his Diploma thesis.
The same year he has been awarded the M.V.Lomonosov stipend,
and has been selected for an internship at
. Salim obtained his Diploma in 2012. The same year he became a PhD student. Salim is currently investigating theoretically electrostatic interactions
of heterogeneously charged anisotropic surfaces with complex colloidal and polymer objects, such as membranes, microgels, polyelectrolytes and more. His research is motivated by biophysics problems.
In 2014 Salim has received the A.N.Frumkin Award
"for the best PhD student work in electrochemistry related areas
". In 2015 he has won the Grant of the President of Russia for graduate students. Since 2016 Salim is a junior research fellow.