Sergey is a Physical Chemist: Experiment at Modern Hydrogen. Sergey received an MS from Ruprecht Karl University of Heidelberg where he investigated low-temperature properties of disordered materials and a PhD from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology where he worked on low-dimensional metallic films. Before Modern Hydrogen, Sergey worked at the University of Washington in a laboratory focused on instrumentation development and nanoscience, where he built and developed scanning probes and mechanical noise reduction devices.

Sergey enjoys reading old classics, analyzing sports, and collecting sports memorabilia and comic books. During the evenings and weekends, Sergey enjoys spending time with his family and playing board games, and he is known for making amazing pancakes.