Oleksandr earned a master’s degree in chemical technology at the National Aviation University. Then he successfully defended his doctoral dissertation in chemistry at the Lodz University of Technology. During studies, he gained hands-on experience working on cutting-edge projects at the Korea Institute of Energy Research.
Oleksandr is author and co-author of several scientific articles and patents. His main research interests lie in the fields of energy conversion and nanomaterials.
He is mainly responsible for evaluating the potential value of new technologies in the life science industry.