Konstantin Bryliakov

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Prof. Dr. Konstantin P. Bryliakov
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Born (1977-06-01) 1 June 1977 (age 41)
Yoshkar-Ola, Mari El, Soviet Union
Alma materNovosibirsk State University
Scientific career
Fieldsphysical chemistry, homogeneous catalysis
InstitutionsBoreskov Institute of Catalysis
Novosibirsk State University

Konstantin Bryliakov (Russian: Константи́н Петро́вич Брыляко́в, also known as Konstantin P. Bryliakov), is a Russian chemist and author of monographs[1][2] and over 120 research papers,[3][4] textbooks, and patents. He is a professor at both the Russian Academy of Sciences and Novosibirsk State University.


Konstantin Bryliakov was born in Yoshkar-Ola, USSR. He studied chemistry at Novosibirsk State University from 1994 to 1999, after which he joined the Boreskov Institute of Catalysis as a PhD student and Novosibirsk State University as a teaching assistant.

Academic career[edit]

Konstantin Bryliakov received a Cand. Chem. Sci. (PhD) degree in chemical physics from the Institute of Chemical Kinetics and Combustion (Novosibirsk, 2001), and a Doctor of Chemical Sciences degree (Habilitation) in catalysis from the Boreskov Institute of Catalysis (Novosibirsk, 2008). He is currently a leading researcher at the Boreskov Institute of Catalysis (since 2009) and a full professor at Novosibirsk State University (since 2018). In 2016, Konstantin Bryliakov was elected professor of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

Konstantin Bryliakov served as an invited editor of catalysis journals Topics in Catalysis[5] and Catalysis Today.[6] He was also a member of scientific committees of international catalysis conferences.[7][8][9] He has been member of the Advisory Board of Referees of ARKIVOC since 2004.


Research interests of Konstantin Bryliakov include green enantioselective (stereoselective) synthesis (mainly oxidation), biomimetic chemistry, coordination polymerization of olefins, including mechanisms of these reactions. Konstantin Bryliakov pioneered the use of homochiral metal-organic frameworks as chiral stationary phases for chromatographic separation of enantiomers.[10] He discovered a new dynamic non-linear effect in asymmetric catalysis, named asymmetric autoamplification.[11][12]

International Activities[edit]

Konstantin Bryliakov worked at the University of Konstanz, University of East Anglia, Reims University, University of Castilla-La Mancha, Institute of Chemistry of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and managed several international research projects supported by RFBR.


Konstantin Bryliakov authored Environmentally Sustainable Catalytic Asymmetric Oxidations. 2014, CRC Press (ISBN 9781466588578).[1]

Konstantin Bryliakov co-authored Applications of EPR and NMR Spectroscopy in Homogeneous Catalysis. 2017, CRC Press. (ISBN 9781498742634).[2]


  1. ^ "Konstantin Bryliakov. Environmentally Sustainable Catalytic Asymmetric Oxidations. CRC Press, 2014. ISBN 9781466588578".
  2. ^ "Evgenii Talsi, Konstantin Bryliakov. Applications of EPR and NMR Spectroscopy in Homogeneous Catalysis. CRC Press, 2017. ISBN 9781498742634".
  3. ^ "K. P. Bryliakov at orcid.org".
  4. ^ "K. P. Bryliakov's profile at SciAct".
  5. ^ "Topics in Catalysis Special Issue: "Mechanisms of Catalytic Reactions"".
  6. ^ "Catalysis Today Special Issue: "EuropaCat XII: Catalysis for Chemical Synthesis"".
  7. ^ "IX International Conference "Mechanisms of Catalytic Reactions"".
  8. ^ "X International Conference Mechanisms of Catalytic Reactions".
  9. ^ "European Congress on Catalysis EuropaCat XII".
  10. ^ Nuzhdin, A. L.; Dybtsev, D. N.; Bryliakov, K. P.; Talsi, E. P.; Fedin, V. P. (2007). "Enantioselective Chromatographic Resolution and One-Pot Synthesis of Enantiomerically Pure Sulfoxides over a Homochiral Zn−Organic Framework". 129 (J. Am. Chem. Soc. ed.): 12958–12959. doi:10.1021/ja076276p.
  11. ^ Talsi, E. P.; Samsonenko, D. G.; Bryliakov, K. P. (2017). "Asymmetric Autoamplification in the Oxidative Kinetic Resolution of Secondary Benzylic Alcohols Catalyzed by Manganese Complexes". 9 (ChemCatChem ed.): 2599–2607. doi:10.1002/cctc.201700438.
  12. ^ Talsi, E. P.; Bryliakov, K. P. (2018). "Autoamplification‐Enhanced Oxidative Kinetic Resolution of sec‐Alcohols and Alkyl Mandelates, and its Kinetic Model". 10 (ChemCatChem ed.): 693–2699. doi:10.1002/cctc.201800180.

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