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     Date Submitted:10-04-2011
     Last Modified:25-05-2011 (05:24)
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     Current job:Software Development Engineer - Astronomy PhD
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month

    Marital status: Married

    Birth date: October 1975

    Nationality: Russian Federation citizen

    Language: Russian (native), English (intermediate level)


    1. Ph.D. Astronomy, Special Astrophysical Observatory RAS, November 2003;

    2. M.S. Astronomy, Department of Mathematics and Mechanics of the St.Petersburg State University, June 1998;



    PHP (Zend Framework), JavaScript (jQuery, Prototype, Scriptaculous),

    Java (JPA, EJB, JSF, JAX-RS, JAX-WS, Wicket, Felix OSGI, GlassFish, NetBeans, Maven),

    MySQL, Python, Perl, SOLR, C/C++,


    Platforms: Linux SUSE/RedHat (advanced user), Microsoft Windows

    Workflow Applications: vim, Trac, Redmine, SVN, Git, OpenOffice, Microsoft Office, UML, LaTeX

    Methodology : Aglie/SCRUM

    Technique: Ownership targeting advertisement networks, content crawl and indexing, text mining, Web 2.0, astronomy data processing/warehouse. 


    Scoros International July 2008 - May 2011 St. Petersburg, Russia

    Since July 2008 take part in outsourcing projects for OwnerIQ Inc. OwnerIQ ( operates a network of channel-focused websites to help consumers easily find and store must have selfsupport product information. The company pioneered the concept of Ownership Targeting, providing brand advertisers with highly customized programs to precisely target consumers based on products they already own. Work status is part time developer, part time the management of Russian software development team for OwnerIQ:

    - web development with PHP: usage “Model-View-Controller” pattern;

    - development / bug’s support for ownership targeting advertisement campaigns (PHP, Python);

    - management’s coordination between OwnerIQ Boston headquarter and Saint Petersburg office.

    Scoros International March 2005 –June 2008 St. Petersburg, Russia 

    Since March 2005 took part in search engine projects (outsourcing) for Northern Light Group LLC ( ) as Perl, PHP and MySQL developer:

    - development and support of search engine crawlers, text parsers and search index databases;

    - issues related with getting, processing and showing of content.

    Since March 2006 the technical leader of Production Engineering Group for Northern Light projects:

    - support and deploying of search engine services: crawl, document processing, search indexing, web-portals;

    - design of environment architecture of search engine services; - time-critical issues related with service's outages; 

    - technical coordination between project management and software development;

    - research to establish reason of troubles and bugs;

    - performance and fault-tolerance issues: mirroring, failover servers and replication of data;

    - PPT, XLS, Word DOC, PDF, HTML, XML text processing;

    - usage of text mining technology (lexical analysis) for search index;

    - Search Index of news and newswire content.

    Special Astrophysical Observatory Russian Academy of Science , October 1998 – March 2005 Russia


    1998 – 2001: postgraduate fellow;

    2001 – 2004: junior researcher;

    2004 - 2005: researcher.

    Scientific astronomy research, observations and attendant workflow:

    2001 – 2005: supporting astronomer for acquisition systems for observations with the 6-m and 1-m SAO RAS telescopes; MIDAS, IRAF, C/C++, Python development for astronomy applications;

    2001 – 2005: Linux (RedHat/SUSE) system administrator in the Group of Physics and Evolution of Galaxies SAO RAS;

    2001 – 2005: supporting astronomer for Long Slit Spectrograph (LSS) of 6-m telescope;

    1998 – 2005: co-author of twenty astronomy articles;

    visiting astronomer in Max-Planck Institute for Astronomy, Heidelberg, Germany: 2002 – 2 month, 2003 - 1 month, 2004 - 1 month.

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