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Igor V. Komarov was born on 15 May, 1964 in v. Irkliiv, Ukraine, is a model. Discover Igor V. Komarov's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 59 years old?

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Age 60 years old
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Born 15 May, 1964
Birthday 15 May
Birthplace v. Irkliiv, Ukraine
Nationality Ukraine

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Igor V. Komarov was a coordinator of scientific projects financed by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Ukraine (three applied projects devoted to design of therapeutic peptides, including photocontrolled [1]), Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (Institute Partnershaft and Research Linkage Programs, in collaboration with Karlsruhe University (Karlsruhe, Germany)[2] and Leibniz Institute of Molecular Pharmacology (Berlin, Germany)[3]), private companies Degussa (the project was devoted to development of large-scale production of a ligand for Rhodium-based catalysts of asymmetric hydrogenation) and Enamine (six medicinal chemistry projects, lead discovery and lead optimization). He is currently a coordinator of a European Horizon2020 Research and Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE) Programme (2016–2019) Grant Agreement number: 690973 [4], the title of the project – “Peptidomimetics with Photocontrolled Biological Activity”.


The areas of scientific interests of Igor V. Komarov are medicinal chemistry and synthesis of model compounds, which can be used to obtain new knowledge in biochemistry, stereochemistry, theoretical chemistry, catalysis. Igor has over 125 peer reviewed research papers, h-index 31, has guided 8 PhD students to date. Igor's scientific group puts the main focus on developing of novel synthetic methods and design of theoretically interesting molecules, part of which were created and synthesized in tight collaboration with Prof. Anthony J. Kirby from the University of Cambridge (United Kingdom). One of such collaborative projects was synthesis, study of stereochemistry and chemical properties of 1-aza-2-adamantanone and its derivatives. A trimethyl-substituted derivative ("the most twisted amide", "Kirby's amide") was designed in the Prof. Kirby's laboratory and synthesized by Igor in 1997 during his postdoctoral stay in Cambridge. In 2014, a parent molecule was made in Igor's group in collaboration with Prof. Kirby. The compound modelled the transition state of cis-trans isomerization of amides and allowed obtaining fundamental knowledge about the amide bond.


Igor V. Komarov started his research in the area of synthetic organic chemistry at the beginning of 1990th, working on phosphorylation of aromatic heterocyclic compounds by phosphorus(V) acid halides. At that time, convenient phosphorylation methods were developed, which now find use, for example, for synthesis of materials applicable for uranium extraction. Later, working in Rostock, Igor V. Komarov changed the direction of his research and got interested in homogenous asymmetric catalysis. The study of catalysis was carried out using model compounds: functionalized camphor- and tartaric acid-derived chiral ligands were synthesized such as monophosphines, diphosphines, and then Rhodium(I) complexes with them. The complexes were used for asymmetric homogenous hydrogenation of prochiral substrates, and the obtained results allowed elucidating the effects of oxo- and oxy-functional groups in ligands on efficiency and selectivity of the catalysts. These works led to introduction of efficient catalysts to synthetic practice, like catASium, some of them bearing a camphor-derived ligand ROCKYPhos (named after the cities ROstok and KYiv).


Igor V. Komarov graduated with distinction from Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, and started to work at the same university in 1986 first as an engineer. He obtained his Candidate of Sciences degree in 1991 in organic chemistry at Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv under supervision of Mikhail Yu. Kornilov; the candidate thesis was devoted to the use of lanthanide shift reagents in NMR spectroscopy. Afterwards, he was a postdoctoral fellow at the University Chemical Laboratory in Cambridge (1996–1997, United Kingdom) and at the Institut für Organische Katalyseforschung in Rostock (2000–2001, Germany). He holds the Supramolecular Chemistry Chair of Institute of High Technologies at Taras Shevchenko National University. Komarov earned his Doctor of Sciences degree in 2003; the title of his thesis is "Design and synthesis of model compounds: study of stereoelectronic, steric effects, reactive intermediates, catalytic enantioselective hydrogenation and dynamic protection of functional groups" He is also a scientific advisor for Enamine Ltd. and Lumobiotics GmbH. Igor V. Komarov was awarded the title of Professor in 2007.