- Writing research papers
In 2008, Svetlana graduated from the Belarusian State University, the Faculty of Chemistry among the top ten students of the course and began working at the Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus under the supervision of Prof. A.I. Kulak. In 2013–2014, Svetlana did an internship at the Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces as a visiting researcher (Potsdam, Germany) at the Interfaces Department of Prof. Helmuth Möhwald under the supervision of Prof. Ekaterina Skorb, then from 2014, at the Biomaterials Department of Prof. Peter Fratzl in the group of Ekaterina Skorb. In 2017, she successfully defended a PhD thesis on the topic “Electrochemical formation of functional coatings on titanium”. During her scientific career, Svetlana worked as part of four state national programs, six BRFFR projects, and two international projects. She was the head of two BRFFR-RFBR projects and a research grant for PhD students “Development of light-responsive coatings based on mesoporous TiO2 films and pH-responsive hydrogels” (in the framework of DAAD, Potsdam, Germany).
Since 2018 – present time: postdoc at ITMO University's ChemBio Cluster, associate professor at the Infochemistry Scientific Center; ITMO Fellowship & Professorship Program awardee
2019 – present time: leader of the RSF grant “Conducting research by scientific groups under the guidance of young scientists” of the presidential research project “Microdosing and micromanipulator biomedical systems based on mesoporous titanium dioxide modified with polyelectrolyte membranes”
2018 – Stipend of the President of Belarus for the Research Work among the researchers under 35 years old, Minsk, Belarus
2017 – Award "Best young scientist of IONH NAS of Belarus in 2017"
2017 – Award "The best PhD thesis of Republic of Belarus in 2017 among natural sciences"
2016 – Cover picture, Macromol. Biosci. 10/2016
2014 – Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst Fellow
2008 – Award of the Ministry of Education of Belarus for the Outstanding Student Research Achievements
Sonochemistry, electrochemistry, self-organizing systems, calcium phosphate-based biomaterials, biomimetic materials.