Laboratory  of  Information  Technologies 

             

CURRICULUM VITAE

V.V. IVANOV

Deputy Director of the Laboratory of Information Technologies , JINR


Ivanov Victor Vladimirovich, Doctor of Sciences (Phys. and Math.)

Institution, address:

Laboratory of Information Technoloqies

Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, 141980 Dubna, Russia

Tel.: (7 096) 21 64 887

Fax: (7 096) 21 65 145

E-Mail: ivanov@cv.jinr.ru

Born: 19 May, 1948 in Tbilisi, USSR

Education: (years, institutions, degrees, title of thesis)

1966-1971 - Tbilisi State University,

Department of Physics,

Specialization: Nuclear Physics

1981 - Candidate of Science in Physics and Mathematics. "Software for Experiments in Measuring the Momentum

Spectra of Secondary Particles from Proton and Deuteron Interactions with Nuclei".

1994 - Doctor of Science in Physics and Mathematics. "Nonparametric Methods of Data Processing and Their

Application in Experimental Physics".

Professional career

1971-1973 - Engineer, Serpukhov scientific-experimental department (SNEO), JINR

1973-1977 - Engineer, LCTA, JINR

1977-1985 - Junior Researcher, LCTA, JINR

1985-1995 - Senior Researcher, LCTA, JINR

1995-1995 - Acting Leading Researcher, LCTA, JINR

1995-1999 - Acting Head of Sector, LCTA, JINR

1999-2000 - Head of Sector, LCTA, JINR

April 2000 - Acting Deputy Director, LCTA, JINR

June 2000 - Deputy Director of the Laboratory of Information Technoloqies

Other activities: (lecturing, membership in organizations, etc.)

1995 - Member of the International Solvay Institutes for Physics and Chemistry, Brussels, Belgium

1997 - Member, Scientific Committee, International Conference "Integrability and Chaos in Discrete Systems" (Brussels, Belgium)

1998 - Member, Organizing Committee, International Conference "Modern Trends in Computational Physics" (Dubna, Russia)

2000 - Member, Program Committee, International Conference "Modern Trends in Computational Physics" (Dubna, Russia)

Awards, Prizes: First prize of JINR in 1998: "Artificial Neural Networks and Cellular Automata in Experimental Physics".

Research interests: Data Analysis and Signal Processing, Mathematical Statistics, Pattern Recognition, High Energy Physics, Artificial Neural Networks and Cellular Automata, Wavelet and Fractal analysis, Complex System Modeling and Analysis.

Bibliography:

Results of the scientific activity have been published in scientific journals (54 articles), proceedings of international conferences (44 papers) and preprints of JINR and other institutes (62 communications).