Dr MER Oleg Boyarkine

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Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
Laboratoire Chimie Physique Moléculaire (LCPM)
Station 6
CH-1015 Lausanne

Office: CH F1 497
Tel:   +41-(0)21-693 3038 / 3123
Fax:  +41-(0)21-693 5170
E-mail: oleg.boiarkin@epfl.ch


Curriculum Vitae

Ph.D., Chemical Physics, Research Centre for Technological Lasers of USSR Academy of Science, Moscow, USSR, May 1991.
B.S. Chemical Physics, Moscow Physical Technical Institute, Moscow, USSR.

Spectroscopy and mass spectrometry of cold biological molecules in the gas phase (currently).
Spectroscopic techniques for isotope separation
Quantitative multiple-laser state-resolved spectroscopy of Water molecule.

1994-currently Laboratory of Molecular Chemical Physics, Department of Chemistry, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne. Since 2004 – lecturing a master course (Lasers and their applications in chemistry). Since 2007 – senior research scientist. Since 2012 – head of the group 2D UV-MS of biomolecules.

1992-93 Department of Chemistry, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY, USA. Research with Prof. T.R. Rizzo

Overtone spectroscopy of polyatomic molecules. IRLAPS detection technique was used for vibrational overtone spectroscopy of jet-cooled molecules.

1986-92 Research Centre for Technological Lasers of USSR Academy of Science, Moscow, Russia. Ph.D. research with Prof. V.N. Bagratashvili.

Infrared absorption spectroscopy of vibrationally excited polyatomic molecules. An original infrared photodissociation technique was used for measuring infrared absorption spectra of jet-cooled molecules, first vibrationally excited via IR multiphoton absorption. Photoionization TOF MS detection technique was employed.

Measument and control of velocity distribution of particles, created in a process of laser ablation of superconductive ceramic. LIF detection technique was used.

1990 “Asteroid” Inc. Development and production manager. Development and commercial production of experimental eximer lasers.

1984 -86 Institute of Chemical Physics of USSR Academy of Science, Moscow. Research with Prof. N. N. Semenov and Prof. A.M. Chaikin. Long-time quenching of chains in reaction F2+H2 inhibited by O2. HF products of the laser induced reaction were detected by MS.

1982-84 Surface Research Centre, Moscow. Diploma research with Prof. Bogdankevich. Application of external optics for mode selective generation in powerful pulsed semiconductor lasers, pumped by electronic beam.




O. Boyarkine : Cold ion spectroscopy for structural identifications of biomolecules; International Reviews in Physical Chemistry. 2018-12-07. DOI : 10.1080/0144235X.2018.1547453.
Tapta Kanchan Roy; V. Kopysov; A. Pereverzev; J. Šebek; R. B. Gerber et al. : Intrinsic structure of pentapeptide Leu-enkephalin: geometry optimization and validation by comparison of VSCF-PT2 calculations with cold ion spectroscopy; Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys.. 2018-09-07. DOI : 10.1039/C8CP03989E.
A. Y. Pereverzev; V. N. Kopysov; O. V. Boyarkin : Peptide Bond Ultraviolet Absorption Enables Vibrational Cold-Ion Spectroscopy of Nonaromatic Peptides; The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters. 2018-08-29. DOI : 10.1021/acs.jpclett.8b02148.
V. Kopysov; M. V. Gorshkov; O. V. Boyarkin : Identification of isoforms of aspartic acid residues in peptides by 2D UV-MS fingerprinting of cold ions; The Analyst. 2018-07-06. DOI : 10.1039/C7AN02044A.
J. Ujma; V. Kopysov; N. S. Nagornova; L. G. Migas; M. G. Lizio et al. : Initial Steps of Amyloidogenic Peptide Assembly Revealed by Cold-Ion Spectroscopy; Angewandte Chemie-International Edition. 2018. DOI : 10.1002/anie.201710188.