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Career:

Galia_Madjarova
1995 M.Sc., Chemical Physics and Theoretical Chemistry, University of Sofia, Bulgaria
1999 PhD in Theoretical Chemistry, University of Sofia, Bulgaria
2001 Assistant Professor at the Department of Physical Chemistry, University of Sofia
2006 Senior Assistant Professor at the Department of Physical Chemistry, University of Sofia
2013 Associate Professor at the Department of Physical Chemistry, University of Sofia

Teaching:

Core courses, Bachelor level: Theoretical chemistry, Structure of matter

Elective courses, Bachelor level: Molecular design, Molecular modelling of functional materials

Core course for the Master program “Computational Chemistry”:

Applied Computational Chemistry

Core course for the Master program “Pharmacy”: Physical and Colloidal Chemistry 1

Textbooks and Teaching Aids

E-lectures (in Bulgarian) for the BSc and MSc levels

Grants:

2000 Post-doc position at the Institute for Fundamental Chemistry, Kyoto, Japan;

Host: Prof. Tokyo Yamabe

2004 STSM at the Institute for Chemistry of Surfaces and Interfaces, Mulhouse, France;

Host: Prof. Dr. Natalia Gospodinova

2015 Post-doc position at the Max Planck Institute for Microstructure Physics, Halle, Germany;

Host: Prof. Eberhard Gross

Research interests:

Theoretical studies of:

  • Magnetic properties of Heusler alloys as an alternative to rare-earth free permanent magnets;
  • Structure and conducting properties of functionalized and boron-nitrogen doped carbon nanotubes;
  • Band structure, conducting, optical and magnetic characteristics of extended p-conjugated systems;
  • Reactivity indices of organic molecules
  • Electronic structure of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons with and without defects.

Co-organized Scientific Events:

QSCP XX, Twentieth European Workshop on Quantum Systems in Chemistry and Physics, Varna, Bulgaria, 2015

Size-dependent Effects in Materials for Environmental Protection and Energy Application, Nessebar, Bulgaria, 2010

QSCP VI, Sixth European Workshop on Quantum Systems in Chemistry and Physics, Sofia, Bulgaria, 2001

Selected Publications:

  1. Kolev, V. L., Ivanova, A. N., Madjarova, G. K., Aserin, A. and Garti, N. (2014) Unit Cell Structure of Water-Filled Monoolein into Inverted Hexagonal (HII) Mesophase Modeled by Molecular Dynamics. The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 118, 5459−5470.
  2. Petrova, J., Romanova, J., Madjarova, G., Ivanova, A. and Tadjer, A. (2012) Absorption Spectra of Model Single Chains of Conducting Polyaniline. The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 116, 6543-6552.
  3. Petrova, J., Romanova, J., Madjarova, G., Ivanova, A. and Tadjer, A. (2011): Fully Doped Oligomers of Emeraldine Salt – Polaronic versus Bipolaronic Configuration. The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 115, 3765-3776.
  4. Velinova, M., Madjarova, G., Ivanova, A. and Tadjer, A. (2010): Systematic Theoretical Study of Li Adsorption on BN- and B-doped Aromatic Hydrocarbons. Journal of Molecular Structure (THEOCHEM) 955, 109-122.
  5. Madjarova, G., Tadjer, A., Cholakova, Tz., Dobrev, Al. and Mineva T. (2005): Selectivity Descriptors for the Michael Addition Reaction as Obtained from Density Functional Based Approaches. Journal of Physical Chemistry A 109, 387-393.
  6. Madjarova, G. and Yamabe, T. (2001): Band Electronic Structures of Polyphenanthrene and Polyacene Doped with Lithium. Journal of Physical Chemistry B 105, 2534-2538.
  7. Tyutyulkov, N., Madjarova, G., Dietz, F. and Muellen, K. (1998): Is 2D Graphite an Ultimate Large Hydrocarbon? I. Energy Spectra of Giant Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons. Journal of Physical Chemistry B 102, 10183-10189.

 

List of publications

 

Contact information:

Email: gmadjarova@chem.uni-sofia.bg

Phone: + 359 2 8161431

Fax: + 359 2 9625438

Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy, University of Sofia,

1 J. Bourchier Blvd., Sofia 1164, BULGARIA