Anastasiya Bavykina

Research Scientists

Research Scientist​

Current

Selected Publications

  • ​Efficient production of hydrogen from formic acid using Covalent Triazine Framework supported molecular catalyst. ​A.V. Bavykina, M.G. Goesten, M. Makkee, F. Kapteijn and J. Gascon, ChemSusChem 8, 809-812, (2015)
  • Shaping Covalent Triazine Framework for the hydrogenation of carbon dioxide to formic acid, A.V. Bavykina, E. Rozhko, M.G. Goesten, T. Wezendonk, B. Seoane, F. Kapteijn, M. Makkee and J. Gascon, ChemCatChem 13, 2217-2221, (2016)
  • Metal-Organic and Covalent Organic Frameworks as single-site catalysts,S.M.J. Rogge, A. Bavykina, J. Hajek, H. Garcia, A. Olivos, A. Sepúlveda-Escribano, A. Vimont, G. Clet, P. Bazin, F. Kapteijn, M. Daturi, E. V. Ramos-Fernandez, F.X. Llabrés i Xamena, V. Van Speybroeck, and J. Gascon, Chemical Society Reviews 46, 3134-3184, (2017)
  • Covalent organic frameworks as supports for a molecular Ni based ethylene oligomerization catalyst for the synthesis of long chain olefins, E. Rozhko, A.V. Bavykina, D. Osadchii, M. Makkee, and J. Gascon, Journal of Catalysis 345, 270-280, (2017)
  • Facile method for the preparation of Covalent Triazine Framework coated monoliths as catalyst support: applications in C1 catalysis, V. Bavykina, A. Olivos, D. Osadchii, R. Valecha, R. Franz, M. Makkee, F. Kapteijn, and J. Gascon, Applied Materilas & Interfaces 9, 26060–26065, (2017)

Education

  • ​Ph.D., Chemical Engineering, Technical University Delft, The Netherlands, 2017 
  • M.Sc., Analytical Chemistry, joint degree University of Barcelona, Spain, Polytechnic University of Gdansk, Poland, 2012
  • Specialist degree, Chemistry, Novosibirsk State University, 2010

Professional Profile

  • ​2019 - present: Research Scientist, KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia
  • 2017-2019: Postdoctoral fellow, KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia

KAUST Affiliations

  • ​Kaust Catalysis Center (KCC)
  • Division of Physical Science and Engineering (PSE)

Research Interests Keywords

Materials Chemistry Porous Polymers Heterogeneous Catalysis