He has more the 10 years of successful work experience in the field of corporate finance and M&A. Since 2011, he has been working as a manager of investment department in VIY Management, Moscow Investment Office. Prior to VIY Management Alexander was one of the leading managers for M&A deals within the ARMZ holding, one of the world leaders in production of uranium. Prior to that, he occupied a number of responsible positions in Arkley Capital Sarl, an international investment company with above USD 3 billion under control.
Chairman, Board of directors
Head of technology development
Since 2008, he has been the chief of laboratory of Ultrasonic equipment and technology of Institute of General Inorganic Chemistry named after N. S. Kurnakov of Russian Academy of Sciences, Doctor of Engineering.
Vladimir was born in 1959 in Moscow. In 1982, he graduated from Lomonosov Moscow State University named (Physics Department)
Took a post-graduate course in Moscow Institute of Steel and Alloys, passed Ph. D. defense in 1985 and received a Candidate of Science degree. After Ph. D. defense V. O. Abramov transferred to the Institute of Metallurgy, where he worked as a senior research associate of the laboratory of amorphous materials until 1993. After that Vladimir was awarded with a prize of Alexander-Von-Humboldt-Fellowship and from 1993 to 1996 worked in Stuttgart (Germany), in the Institute of Metal Technology named after Max-Planck (Max-Planck-Institut für Metallforschung, Institut für Werkstoffwissenschaft).
Since 1996, V. O. Abramov has been working in the Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry of RAS. In 2007, he defended a thesis for procuring an Academic Degree of the Doctor of Technical Sciences.
Since 2008, V. O. Abramov has been the chief of laboratory of Ultrasonic Equipment and Technology.
V. O. Abramov’s area of expertise includes theory of ultrasonic vibrations, introduction of ultrasound into metals and their alloys, change of properties of metals and alloys under effect of ultrasound, influence of ultrasound on physical, chemical and technological processes, including wastewater treatment, recovery of oil wells, oil refining and chemical transformations in oil products.
Ultrasound equipment and technological cycles, developed under supervision of V. O. Abramov, have been implemented and successfully function both in Russia and in more than 25 countries abroad.
V. O. Abramov is a member of European Sonochemical Society and author of dozens of scientific publications and patents