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     Date Submitted:12-08-2013
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     KeywordsAstrophysics, data analysis, simulation.
    CV

    Personal details

    Date and place of birth

    22.02.1983,Yerevan, Armenia

    Education

    2010 -2013

     

    International PhD at Department of Physics “E.R. Caianiello” University of Salerno (Italy) and Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of Zurich, Switzerland

    Advisors: Prof. G. Scarpetta,

    Prof. Ph. Jetzer.

     

    2006–2008

     

     

     

     

    1999–2003

    M.Sc. (cum laude) Yerevan State University, Department of Physics, Yerevan, Armenia.

    Advisors: Prof. V. Gurzadyan.

    Thesis: “Dark energy and Hubble diagram at large redshifts”.

     

    B.Sc. from Yerevan State University, Department of Physics, Yerevan, Armenia.

    Advisors: Prof. A. Kirakosyan.

    Diploma project: “Femtosecond pulse imaging: ultrafast optical oscilloscope”.

     

    Languages

    Armenian

    Native

    English

    Free

    Russian

    Free

    Italian

    Basic

     

     

    Programming

    Mathematica

    Free

    C

    Good

    Linux

    Free

    Latex

    MS Office

    Free

    Free

    Military service

    2003-2005

    Armenian national army.

     

     

     

     

    Employment history

    July 2013-Current

     

     

    May 2012-Current

     

    Researcher at the “Computational cosmology” group, A. I. Alikhanian National Laboratory, 2 Alikhanian Bros., 0 036, Yerevan, Armenia.

     

    Non-staff collaborator at the Canter for Cosmology and Astrophysics , A. I. Alikhanian National Laboratory, 2 Alikhanian Bros., 0 036, Yerevan, Armenia.

     

    2009- 2011

     

    Scientific Assistant in the Yerevan State University, Computational Cosmology Group, 1 Alex Manoogian, 0025, Yerevan, Armenia and Yerevan Physics Institute, Dept. of Theoretical Physics, 2 Alikhanian Bros., 0 036, Yerevan, Armenia.

     

    April – December

    2006

    Scientific Assistant in the Institute for Physics Research of Armenian National Academy of Sciences, 0203, Ashtarak-2, Armenia.

    Fellowships

     

    2009-2012

     

    International PhD scholarship at University of Salerno, Italy.

     

    1999-2003

     

    Governmental Scholarship for BSc students, Yerevan, Armenia. Covered my undergraduate tuition.

    Participations at conferences

     

    1. S. Mirzoyan, Dynamical systems analysis using the Kolmogorov’s stochasticity parameter. Oral presentation. In: Accelerators probing the fundamental physics, GRAAL-Compton Workshop. June 1-3, 2009, Yerevan-Byurakan, Armenia.

    2. S.Mirzoyan. The 15th International conference on Gravitational Microlensing. January 18-22, 2011, Salerno, Italy.

    3. S. Mirzoyan. IDPASC Dark Matter Workshop, December 14-18, 2011, Evora, Portugal.

     

    Presentations at conferences followed by published proceedings

     

    Mirzoyan, S., Microlensing towards the Small Magellanic Cloud.Oral presentation. In: Thirteenth Marcel Grossman Meeting, July 1-7, 2012, Stockholm, Sweden. (To appear in Marcel Grossman 13th Meeting proceedings).

     

    Scientific publications

     

    Refereed articles and refereed letters in scientific journals

     

    1. H. J. Mosquera Cuesta, R. Turcati, C. Furlanetto, H. G. Khachatryan, S. Mirzoyan, G. Yegorian, Hubble diagram of gamma-ray bursts calibrated with Gurzadyan-Xue cosmology, A&A, 487, Issue 1, 2008, 47-54.

    2. T. Ghahramanyan, S. Mirzoyan, E. Poghosian, G. Yegorian, Probing the Statistic in the Cosmic Microwave Background, Modern Physics Letters A, 24, Issue 15, 1187-1192 (2009).

    3. S. Mirzoyan and E. Poghossian, Exploring the Cosmic Microwave Background as a Composition of Signals with Kolmogorov Analysis, Modern Physics Letters A, 24, Issue 38, 3091-3101 (2009).

    4. V.G.Gurzadyan, A.E.Allahverdyan, T.Ghahramanyan, A.L.Kashin, H.G.Khachatryan, A.A.Kocharyan, H.Kuloghlian, S.Mirzoyan, E.Poghossian, G. Yegorian, Kolmogorov cosmic microwave background sky, A&A, 497, Issue 2, 2009, 343-346.

    5. Gurzadyan, V. G.,Allahverdyan, A. E., Ghahramanyan, T., Kashin, A. L.,Khachatryan, H. G., Kocharyan, A. A., Mirzoyan, S., Poghosian, E., Vetrugno, D.,Yegorian, G, A weakly random Universe?, A& A, 525, L7 (2011),

    6. De Paolis, F., Gurzadyan, V. G., Ingrosso, G., Jetzer, Ph., Nucita, A. A., Qadir, A., Vetrugno, D., Kashin, A. L., Khachatryan, H. G., Mirzoyan, S., Possible detection of the M 31 rotation in WMAP data, A&A, 534, L8 (2011).

    7. De Paolis, F.,e Paolis, F.;H. G.;ssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss Ingrosso, G., Nucita, A. A.,Vetrugno, D., Gurzadyan, V. G., Kashin, A. L., Khachatryan, H. G., Mirzoyan, S., Jetzer, Ph, Qadir, A, CMB as a possible new tool to study the dark baryons in galaxies, Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 354, Issue 1, 012004 (2012).

    8. S. Calchi-Novati, S. Mirzoyan, Ph. Jetzer, G. Scarpetta, Microlensing towards the SMC: a new analysis of OGLE and EROS results, accepted in MNRAS.

    9. V. G. Gurzadyan, I. Ciufolini, S. Sargsyan, G. Yegorian, S. Mirzoyan, A. Paolozzi, Satellite probing General Relativity and its extensions and Kolmogorov analysis, Europhysics Letters, Volume 102, Issue 6, 60002 (2013).

    10. S. Calchi-Novati, S. Mirzoyan, Ph. Jetzer, G. Scarpetta, Microlensing in the Galactic Globular Clusters. In preparation.

     

     



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