Scientific Consulting

Are you facing a problem which requires a rigorous scientific approach? Does is it demand an advanced mathematical, and numerical modeling? Is it difficult to find a service provider who is great both in science, and software engineering?

Dr. Pogodin can help you. In addition to a ‌proven talent and experience in software engineering, I have my background in academic research focused on theory, mathematical, and numeric modeling of complex systems. I did my Master's degree in the field of polymer physics in the ‌Lomonosov Moscow State University‌ (Russia), followed it with a Doctoral study in chemical engineering in the ‌Universitat Rovira i Virgili‌ (Spain), and then worked for several years as a post doctoral researcher in the ‌Institute of Chemical Research of Catalonia‌ (Spain).

I have a solid experience in math and science, applied to different problems in past. Your problem may become the next one I'll solve.

Scientific Publications

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Stabilization of Single Metal Atoms on Graphitic Carbon Nitride - Graphical Abstract
Structure, Activity, and Deactivation Mechanisms in Double Metal Cyanide Catalysts for the Production of Polyols - Graphical Abstract
General model of phospholipid bilayers in fluid phase within the single chain mean field theory - Graphical Abstract
A more accurate Kinetic Monte Carlo approach to a monodimensional surface reaction: The interaction of oxygen with the RuO2 (110) surface - Graphical Abstract
Biophysical model of bacterial cell interactions with nanopatterned cicada wing surfaces - Graphical Abstract
Selective bactericidal activity of nanopatterned superhydrophobic cicada Psaltoda claripennis wing surfaces - Graphical Abstract
How theoretical simulations can address the structure and activity of nanoparticles - Graphical Abstract
Natural bactericidal surfaces: mechanical rupture of Pseudomonas aeruginosa cells by cicada wings - Graphical Abstract
Nanoparticle-induced permeability of lipid membranes - Graphical Abstract
Biomolecule surface patterning may enhance membrane association - Graphical Abstract
Surface patterning of carbon nanotubes can enhance their penetration through a phospholipid bilayer - Graphical Abstract
Coupled concentration polarization and electroosmotic circulation near micro/nanointerfaces: Taylor–Aris model of hydrodynamic dispersion and limits of its applicability - Graphical Abstract
Equilibrium insertion of nanoscale objects into phospholipid bilayers - Graphical Abstract
Can a carbon nanotube pierce through a phospholipid bilayer? - Graphical Abstract
Coarse-grained models of phospholipid membranes within the single chain mean field theory - Graphical Abstract
Polymer globule as a nanoreactor - Graphical Abstract
Theoretical consideration of bulk free-radical copolymerization with allowance for the preferential sorption of monomers into globular nanoreactors - Graphical Abstract
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