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Dr Valery Kozhevnikov

Associate Professor

Department: Applied Sciences

After his PhD (2000), in synthetic organic chemistry at Urals State University, Ekaterinburg, Dr Valery N. Kozhevnikov chose the area of luminescent materials to further his career and has already successfully taken part in many interdisciplinary projects. He took several postdoctoral fellowships: firstly an Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship at the Universität Regensburg in the group of Professor Burkhard König, (luminescent chemosensors), followed by EU Marie Curie Incoming International Fellowship in the group of Professor Duncan W. Bruce at York University (phosphorescent liquid crystals) and later in the group of Professor Martin Bryce at Durham University (phosphorescent iridium(III) cyclometallated complexes). In September 2009 he was appointed as a lecturer at Northumbria University and in 2012 was promoted to a Senior Lecturer. He is beginning to establish his own independent research group working in the area of luminescent metal complexes. His current research is focused on design of new phosphorescent metal complexes by exploiting concepts of supramolecular chemistry, and is funded by Northumbria university, EPSRC and industrial partners.


Chemistry PhD April 01 1997

Key Publications

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  • An efficient heterodinuclear Ir(iii)/Pt(ii) complex, Shafikov, M., Tang, S., Larsen, C., Bodensteiner, M., Kozhevnikov, V., Edman, L. 14 Sep 2019, In: Journal of Materials Chemistry C
  • Dinuclear Design of a Pt(II) Complex Affording Highly Efficient Red Emission, Shafikov, M., Daniels, R., Pander, P., Dias, F., Williams, J., Kozhevnikov, V. 27 Feb 2019, In: ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces
  • Exploring the Subtle Effect of Aliphatic Ring Size on Minor Actinide Extraction Properties and Metal Ion Speciation in Bis‐1,2,4‐Triazine Ligands, Zaytsev, A., Bulmer, R., Kozhevnikov, V., Sims, M., Modolo, G., Wilden, A., Waddell, P., Geist, A., Panak, P., Wessling, P., Lewis, F. 5 Sep 2019, In: Chemistry - A European Journal
  • Red Light-Emitting Electrochemical Cells Employing Pyridazine-Bridged Cationic Diiridium Complexes, La-placa, M., Igual-muñoz, A., Romero, J., Daniels, R., Kozhevnikov, V., Sessolo, M., Bolink, H. 7 Jun 2019, In: ECS Journal of Solid State Science and Technology
  • 1,2,4-Triazines in the Synthesis of Bipyridine Bisphenolate ONNO Ligands and Their Highly Luminescent Tetradentate Pt(II) Complexes for Solution-Processable OLEDs, Pander, P., Bulmer, R., Martinscroft, R., Thompson, S., Lewis, F., Penfold, T., Dias, F., Kozhevnikov, V. 2 Apr 2018, In: Inorganic Chemistry
  • Pyridazine-bridged cationic diiridium complexes as potential dual-mode bioimaging probes, Daniels, R., Mckenzie, L., Shewring, J., Weinstein, J., Kozhevnikov, V., Bryant, H. 6 Mar 2018, In: RSC Advances
  • Elastic Instability Induced Mechano-Responsive Luminescence for Super-Flexible Strain Sensing, Wang, C., Wang, D., Kozhevnikov, V., Xu, B., Li, Y. 31 Oct 2017
  • Measuring Self-Association of Pt Complexes by 195 Pt NMR, Suleymanova, A., Eltsov, O., Kozhevnikov, D., Lantushenko, A., Evstigneev, M., Kozhevnikov, V. 13 Apr 2017, In: ChemistrySelect
  • Rigidly linking cyclometallated Ir(iii) and Pt(ii) centres: an efficient approach to strongly absorbing and highly phosphorescent red emitters, Turnbull, G., Williams, G., Kozhevnikov, V. 4 Mar 2017, In: Chemical Communications
  • Mesomorphism and Photophysics of Some Metallomesogens Based on Hexasubstituted 2,2':6', 2''-Terpyridines, Kumar, N., Shafikov, M., Whitwood, A., Donnio, B., Karadakov, P., Kozhevnikov, V., Bruce, D. 6 Jun 2016, In: Chemistry - A European Journal

PGR Supervision

  • Craig Hodgson Start: 01/10/2018
  • Ross Martinscroft Development of Bimetallic Emitters for Organic Light Emitting Diodes Start: 01/10/2015
  • Ruth Daniels Multimetallic Emitters for Bioimaging and Display Applications Start: 01/10/2014


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