Oleg V`yunov was born on 12 May, 1968 in Kyiv, Ukraine. After secondary school, in 1985-1993 he attended Kyiv Polytechnic Institute (now the National Technical University of Ukraine Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute), Faculty of Electronic Engineering. During this time, he also spends 2 years in Soviet Armed Forces (sergeant). In 1994-1997 he was PhD student of V.I. Vernadskii Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry (Kyiv). In 1998, he defended his PhD entitled “Synthesis, Structure and Properties of Aliovalent-Substituted Titanium Oxides with Perovskite Structure”. Between 1998-2000 he was working at V.I. Vernadskii Institute as scientist. From 2000 till the present time he continues his work as senior scientist. He performed several stays in France, where he acquired new knowledge in various instrumental methods of solid-state chemistry. He is the co-author of around one hundred peer-reviewed papers in international scientific journals.
Scientific interests are mostly focused on the chemical methods for the synthesis of powders of complex oxide systems and solid solutions, ceramics and films based on them. Research methods that provide a tool to predict and understand the interrelation between structural, electrical and physical properties of various functional oxide materials.
Publications for the last 10 years in professional editions included in the first (Q1) or second (Q2) quartiles of the database SCOPUS