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Personal Data

Full name Mariam Mehrabyan
Phone (+374 93) 969300
E-mail mmehrabyan06@gmail.com
Junior Scientific Researcher
Research Interests

Scientometrics/Bibliometrics, Molecular Structure Studies, E-Learning Life of Learning

MSc   Yerevan State University, Republic of Armenia, Chair of Molecular Physics

BS   Yerevan State University, Branch of Ijevan
Professional Experience
Junior Researcher   Institute of Informatics and Automation
Problems of NAS RA, Center for Scientific Information Analysis and Monitoring

Laboratory assistant   Laboratory of Optical Spectroscopy,
Selected Publications

T.S. Kurtikyan, V.A. Hayrapetyan, M.M. Mehrabyan, and P.C. Ford, Six-Coordinate Nitrito and Nitrato Complexes of Managanese Porphyrin, Inorganic Chemistry, 2014, 53, 11948-11959.

A.A. Hovhannisyan, M.M. Mehrabyan, T.S. Kurtikyan, The Interaction of nitric oxide with nitro tetraphenylporphyrin iron complex containing trans-1-ligand metilimidazolny, Russian Chemical Bulletin, 2013, vol. 12, 1630

T.S. Kurtikyan, A.A. Hovhannisyan, M.M. Mehrabyan, P.C. Ford, Low Temperature Spectral Study of Nitric Oxide Reaction with Oxy-Heme Model Containing trans O-Donor Ligand, International Conference, Tuapse, Russian Federation, October, 2011.

T.S. Kurtikyan, M.M. Mehrabyan, P.C. Ford, Nitric oxide (NO) reaction with oxy-hemeprotein model containing trans S-donor ligand (DMS)Fe(Por)(O2), “International Conference on Low Temperature Chemistry 8”, Yerevan, Armenia, August 22-27, 2010.

T.S. Kurtikyan, A.A. Hovhannisyan, M.M. Mehrabyan, P.C. Ford, FTIR and UV-Vis Monitoring of NO Reaction with Oxy-Heme Protein Model, International Conference “Matrix 2011”, Vancouver, Canada, July 10-15, 2011.

 Scientific Council
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The Jubilee Event dedicated to the 60th anniversary of the Institute for Informatics and Automation Problems of the National Academy of Sciences will take place on November 30, 2017, at 15:00 in the big hall of the institute.

The EU is pleased to support since 2015 the Eastern Partnership Connect project and its efforts to provide not only physical networks to interconnect Eastern Partnership (EaP) and other countries with high-speed broadband connections, but also its efforts to build online services for research and education, to extend its reach beyond supporting big science and research and to offer support also to the arts and humanities. Projects like this are of strategic importance to help bring EaP and European neighbours closer together
said the European Commission Directorate-General for Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations’ Neighbourhood East Director Lawrence Meredith.

Cross-border ministerial concert showcases unique technology for music teaching and performance

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