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     Date Submitted:12-05-2017
     Last Modified:13-05-2017 (01:52)
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     Current job:Leading research scientist
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     KeywordsPh.D., Engineering Mechanics, Principal Investigator, Microgravity Research, International Space Station, Microgravity Environment, Dynamic Parameters, Telemetry Processing and Analysis, Scientific Software Development, Mathematical Modelling, Spacecrafts
    Objective: Researcher, Engineer in the field of spacecrafts exploration and utilization.
    Summary: Highly motivated Ph.D. and a Russian Government Prize Winner with over 18 years experience in space industry and in-depth understanding of space operations (both in exploration and exploitation).
      The main experiences are:
    1) PI or Co-PI of technical experiments on the International Space Station (incl. modeling, code development, telemetry data processing, etc.);
    2) Extensive experience in spacecrafts' orbital and angular motion reconstruction by telemetry measurements, ISS's dynamic parameters determination, spectral analysis, and analysis of the station construction's elastic oscillations, etc.;
    3) Management and participation in research projects (ground controls, deep-space network), RD documentation development;    
    4) Analysis in real-time mode of spacecrafts' dynamic systems state, work on the launch-site.


    01/2010 -
    Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics of the Russian Academy of Sciences (4 Miusskaia sq., Moscow, Russia)
      Visiting Scientist
      Participation in the grants 801004467, 110100262, 140100423, and 170100143 of the Russian Foundation for Basis Research: mathematical modeling of spacecrafts attitude motion (an orbital and angular motion reconstruction), exploration of the ISS and Russian spacecrafts microgravity environment in different flight modes.
    12/2009 -
    Russian Space Systems, Spacecrafts Ground Systems and TTC Stations Department
    (53 Aviamotornaya str., Moscow, Russia)
      Leading Research Scientist, Assistant Head of the Department for Science
      Managed and participated in research projects (the Russian deep space ground network evaluation, nano-satellites control, the moon ground control, etc.). Prepared various company- and agency-level analytical reviews, presentations, etc.). Acting as a Member of the Scientific & Technical Council, and a Scientific Secretary of its Section. Have been enlisted in the Corporation Personnel Reserve (for the position of the Department Head).
    01/2002 -
    Rocket and Space Corporation Energia, Spaceflight Control Center (Mission Control Center, 4A Lenin str. Korolyov, Russia)
      Leading Engineer at the Math Modeling Center
      As a Principal Investigator or a science team member was responsible for development and implementation of technical experiments on the ISS: Tensor, Mass-ISS, Environment-ISS, Dakon-M, Priviazka, Izgib, GTS-2 (math modeling, program code development, operations planning, measurements processing, etc.). Developed and implemented methods and programs for the ISS dynamic parameters refining by telemetry measurements about the station attitude and orbital motion. Analyzed microgravity environment of the ISS and spacecrafts in different flight modes. As a scientific head of the research team was awarded by the Russian Federation Government Prize in the Field of Science and Technics for Young Scientists.
    07/1998 -
    Rocket and Space Corporation Energia, Spaceflight Control Center (Mission Control Center, 4A Lenin str. Korolyov, Russia)
      Engineer, Flight Controller
      Flight controller in the department of manned and unmanned spacecrafts' control: analyzed spacecrafts' dynamic systems state, developed technical documentation, participated in control of 6 manned (Soyuz) and 13 unmanned (Progress) spacecrafts, Mir & ISS stations. Worked as deputy chief of the launching control group representing the flight control team on the Baikonur launch site: analyzed telemetry data of Soyuz spacecrafts' dynamic systems during their launch with the aim to be ready to initiate the crew recovery command. Participated in the launching of 8 spacecrafts and the Service module.


    Ph.D. -
    KIAM - Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics of the Russian Academy of Sciences (4 Miusskaia sq., Moscow, Russia)
      Defensed thesis for the degree Ph.D. in Physics and Mathematics. The subject is dedicated to the International Space Station microgravity environment exploration.
    M.Sc. -
    MATI - Moscow State Aviation Technology Institute, Russian State Technological University (Moscow, Russia)
      M.Sc. (engineer) in Composite Materials Mechanics and Manufacturing, Cum Laude
      Applied Mathematics and Mechanics Faculty with the focus on aerospace applications.
    B.Sc. -
    MATI - Moscow State Aviation Technology Institute, Russian State Technological University (Moscow, Russia)
      B.Sc. in Technics and Technology.




    Language skills:

    Language Spoken Written Read
    Russian native    
    English Intermediate Advanced Advanced
    Ukrainian Intermediate Advanced Advanced
    German Intermediate Intermediate Intermediate
    Spanish Novice Intermediate Intermediate
    Japan Novice Novice Intermediate

    Language skills certificates: English - FCE, German - Goethe Centre B2.2, Ukrainian - the state attestation.

    Software knowledge:

    OS Windows, UNIX

    B. Delphi, B. Builder C++, Fortran Power Station, Matlab



    I have 16 peer-reviewed publications with 9 of them as a first author and the invention patent, and 19 publications in scientific events (conferences, congresses, etc.).

    My publications are mentioned on the NASA web-site. Also, they have been cited 82 times according to the Russian Science Citation Index, and have been bought 169 times only on the Springer website.

    Awards and Honors:

    A Laureate of the Russian Federation Government Prize for Young Scientists in the Field of Science and Technics (as a Scientific Head of the research team), the subject is dedicated to solving of nonstandard tasks of the International Space Station dynamics and its motion control. The Prize represents the highest honor by the Russian Government for young scientists.

    Received two medals of the Russian Cosmonautics Federation and the title Excellent Working Young Specialist of the S.P. Korolyov Rocket and Space Corporation Energia for personal scientifc and engineering contributions.

    Easy-learning, analytical mind, persistent, purposeful, communicative and well team-working.

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