TV "Vektor" located in Gubkinsky, Russia, has put together a series of interviews "Our people" with famous residents of the town, especially those who made contributions to arts&sciences. The show is made for the 35th anniversary of the town's history.
Dmitry Momotenko, who grew up in Gubkinsky, is taking part in the show and talks about how he grew up in the town, got interested in chemistry and how his life brought him into science.
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Dmitry Momotenko receives the Early Career Analytical Electrochemistry Prize of ISE Division 1 from the International Society of Electrochemistry! Dmitry says this award is the result of intense work and collaboration of many people, all sharing a contribution to this success. He thanks the International Society of Electrochemistry for this award and looks forward to future success of the group in electrochemical research!
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Nordwest Zeitung (https://www.nwzonline.de) has published a short article about our ERC-funded project on 3D nanoprinting of batteries. The full text is also available on the University webpage (https://uol.de/en/news/article/batterien-der-zukunft-4930).
Dr. Dmitry Momotenko has joined the University of Oldenburg. His new group will work on nanoscale 3D printing of batteries, a new unique technology to make a breakthrough in electrochemical energy storage. The project is supported by the ERC Starting Grant program (https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/948238).