Anna Krylov is Professor of Chemistry at the University of Southern California. She received her professional training from Moscow State University, the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, and University of California, Berkeley; she also held visiting professorships in Germany, Spain, and Netherlands. Krylov's research is focused on theoretical and computational quantum chemistry. She develops theoretical models for open-shell and electronically excited species and investigates their role in combustion, solar energy, bioimaging, and quantum information science.
1. A. I. Krylov, The Peril of Politicizing Science, J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 12, 5371 (2021); pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/acs.jpclett.1c01475.
2. A. I. Krylov and J. Tanzman, Academic Ideologues Are Corrupting STEM. The Silent Liberal Majority Must Fight Back, Quillette, 2021; https://quillette.com/2021/12/18/scientists-must-gain-the-courage-to-oppose-the-politicization-of-their-disciplines/
3. A. I. Krylov, G. Frenking, P. Gill, Royal Society of Chemistry Provides Guidelines for Censorship to its Editors, Chemistry International, in press, January 2022;
4. A. I. Krylov, J. Tanzman, G. Frenking, P. Gill, Scientist Must Resist Cancel Culture, Nachrichten aus der Chemie, in press, February 2022.
5. In Defense of Merit in Science: https://indefenseofmerit.org/