The person who knows how to laugh at himself will never cease to be amused. - Shirley MacLaine

E. Biographical Sketches

  1. Vitae

    Natalia A. Bulashova

    Director, Information Analytic Center
    Pushchino Biological Center
    Prospekt Nauka 5
    Pushchino, Moscow region, Russia 142292
    Office: [095]923-36-02
    Fax: [095]923-36-02
    E-mail: natasha@www.friends-partners.ru


    Education:

    Engineer, Leningrad Electrotechnical Institute, 28 February 1986, Degree/Diploma HB N 224141, register number 1056
    Thesis: Digital filters for experimental biological data

    Experience:

    Nov.95-Present

    Information Analytic Center, Institute Biochemistry and Physiology of Microorganisms, RAS, Pushchino, Moscow Region, 142292

    Head, Group for International Networking Initiatives: Responsibilities include building and directing this new group which is to focus on global telecommunications and information infrastructure development, especially as it relates to cross-cultural education and scientific exchange. Through its activities and partners in Central and Eastern Europe, the US, and China, the office builds advanced information and communications systems illustrating "good use" of the emerging global information infrastructure and providing for cross-cultural exchange and educational opportunities for faculty and staff of the Pushchino Biological Center and others throughout the world.

    The group activities have already received numerous awards and honors: selected as among the "top 20", "top 250", and "top 5%" of all sites on the Internet and has received financial support from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), the US State Department, Sun Microsystems, the International Science Foundation and various other organizations. Most recently received grant from Ford Foundation to develop civic networking in four Russian communities.

    Responsible for creating more efficient office operations and campus-wide services through automated systems. Responsibilities included developing and managing database systems, selecting and purchasing office equipment and software, networking of office equipment, instruction and training of office staff in use of automated systems, organizing and supporting all facets of office operations.

    1994 - Oct 96

    Office of Grants and Research Development Institute Biochemistry and Physiology of Microorganisms, RAS, Pushchino, Moscow Region, 142292 and Russian -U.S. Science and Education Consortium for Economic Development

    Director of Office of Grants and Research Development : Responsibilities included analysis, design, implementation and management of information systems to encourage, support scientists in Pushchino Biological Center.

    Primary activities also included creation and maintenance of Internet-accessible information services -- (such as Funding Opportunities, Faculty Information, Current Contents, Current Awareness) using such tools as Gopher, WAIS, and World Wide Web. Other activities included co-authorship of first US-Russia developed Internet-based information service, "Friends and Partners"

    1989 - 1994

    Computer Center, , Institute Biochemistry and Physiology of Microorganisms, RAS, Pushchino, Moscow Region, 142292 and Russian Academy of Sciences

    Programmer and Information Specialist, Responsibility for analysis, design implementation and management information system for International Science Program " Collections of microorganisms" which was include "All Russian Collection of Microorganism", collections of microorganisms other republic of USSR, Mongolia, Bulgaria, Chekhoslovakia.

    1992 - 1995

    Stack Ltd.(telecommunication company)

    Programmer and Information Specialist, Responsibility for design, implementation services using network technology.

    1986 -1989

    Special Design Bureau, Pushchino, Moscow region

    Programmer, Responsibility for design, create software for biological microprocessor system.

    Hardware:

    Unix Workstations: Sun SPARC series computers; DEC Alpha; Apple A/UX system, DEC Mainframes / Minicomputers: VAX 8800, 8750, 11/780, PDP/11; Personal Computers: Various Intel Machines; Apple Macintosh;

    Software:

    Operating Systems: UNIX (primarily Sun OS 4.1.3 and Solaris 2.5), VAX/VMS, PC DOS; Languages: C, Perl, SQL, Fortran, C, IBM Assembler, VAX Assembler, various system command languages; Utilities / Software Systems: SGML, World Wide Web, WAIS, Harvest, Gopher, TeX typesetting language; Personal Computer Software: Extensive experience with all types of IBM PC and Apple Macintosh software -- word processing, spreadsheet, database, communications, networking, desktop publishing, graphics, etc.

    Strengths:

    Internet-based Information Services . . . Support of Internet-based Distance Education Applications . . . Data Base Management Systems . . . Personnel Management . . . Systems Analysis and Design . . . Instruction and Training . . . Database Publishing . . . Networking . . . Electronic Communications Systems . . . Statistical Analysis and Reporting . . . PC to Host Communications . . . Office Automation . . . Desktop Publishing Systems . . . Parallel Computing . . . Pattern Recognition and Artificial Intelligence



  1. Vitae

    Gregory S. Cole

    Director, Center for International Networking Initiatives
    2000 Lake Avenue
    University of Tennessee
    Knoxville, TN 37920
    Office: [423] 974-7277
    Fax: [423] 974-8022
    E-mail: gcole@solar.CINI.utk.edu


    Education:

    M.S., Computer Science, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, June 1988.

    Thesis: Constrained Dynamic Programming Inference of Markov Chains from Finite Sets of Sample Strings. Presented thesis at international conference on pattern recognition, Aalborg, Denmark, December 1987.

    B.A., Computer Science, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, June 1985.

    Experience:

    Nov.95-Present

    Center for International Networking Initiatives; Office of the Senior Vice President, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN

    Director of Center for International Networking Initiatives: This new Center is focused on global telecommunications and information infrastructure development, especially as it relates to cross-cultural education and scientific exchange. The Center jointly developed and managed US-Russian Friends and Partners initiative has become one of the larger services on the Internet today, spawning over 100 US-Russian information services, receiving over 2 million gross accesses each month, maintaining over 8,000 individuals in 60 countries as subscribers to communication services, and receiving a number of top Internet awards and honors including listing among the top 30, top 100, and top 200 sites on the Internet from various rating agencies. It has attracted the financial support from such organizations as the International Science Foundation, US State Department, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Sun Microsystems, and, most recently, the Ford Foundation. The initiative has generated interest on the part of individuals in many other countries now and the Center most recently launched the "Friends and Partners China" project, "Friends and Partners Romania" and is currently working on new initiatives in the Republic of Georgia, in Mexico and in Iran. The initiative has been featured in several international conferences and workshops including the presentation "Building Global Community on the Internet" at the 1995 Internet Society Meeting and participation in the 1996 Gore/Chernomyrdin Commission meeting in Washington, DC, where it was used to demonstrate the Internet as a tool for US-Russian scientific and educational collaboration. It has been featured in many other conferences and meetings in US, Russia, Mexico, China, and throughout Central and Eastern Europe.

    The Center is also actively involved in the creation and management of the Knoxville Oak Ridge Regional Area Network (KORRNet), a very successful civic network. This work is now evolving in Russia and, with the support of the Ford Foundation involves the establishment of civic network models in four Russian communities. The Center is also responsible for organizing a special conference on the topic of Civic Networking in Central and Eastern Europe which will be held in Warsaw, Poland in November 1997 as part of the Annual Alliance of Universities for Democracy Conference.

    1988 - Oct. 95

    Office of Academic and Research Services, Office of the Senior Vice President, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN

    Director of Research Services: Responsibilities included analysis, design, implementation and management of information systems to encourage, support, and promote the $160,000,000/year research enterprise of the state-wide University of Tennessee system.

    Primary activities also included creation and maintenance of Internet-accessible information services -- (such as Funding Opportunities, Faculty Information, Current Contents, Current Awareness) using such tools as Gopher, WAIS, and World Wide Web. Other activities included co-authorship of first US-Russia developed Internet-based information service, "Friends and Partners" (which led to the establishment of the new Center for International Networking Initiatives) and creation and development of the Knoxville - Oak Ridge Regional Network of Tennessee (KORRNet).

    1985 - 1986

    Department of Computer Science, The University of Tennessee Knoxville, Knoxville, TN

    Graduate Teaching Assistant, Adjunct Instructor: Responsible for teaching computer programming courses to computer science and business administration students.

    Technical Hardware:

    Technical Experience with a variety of Computing and Server Systems including Sun Sparc Stations, IBM, DEC, and Apple Unix Systems and also experience with IBM and Dec Mainframes and many computers with parallels architecture machines. UNIX Workstations include Sun SPARC series computers, IBM RS/6000, DEC Alpha, Apple A/UX systems. IBM Mainframes include 30XX series, 43XX series, AS/400, System/38. DEC Mainframes / Minicomputers include VAX 8800, 8750, 11/780, PDP/11. Personal Computers include various Intel Machines and Apple Macintosh machines. Parallel Architecture Machines include Sequent Balance and Intel Hypercube.

    Software:

    Operating Systems include UNIX (primarily Sun OS 4.1.3 and Solaris 2.5), VAX/VMS, MVS, CMS, AS/400 CL, and PC DOS. Languages include C, Perl, COBOL, SAS, RPG III, SQL, Pascal, IBM Assembler, VAX Assembler, PL/I, Lisp, Prolog, and various system command languages. Utilities / Software Systems include SGML, World Wide Web, WAIS, Harvest, Gopher, TeX typesetting language, various AS/400 tools and utilities. Personal computer software includes extensive experience with all types of IBM PC and Apple Macintosh word processing, spreadsheet, database, communications, networking, desktop publishing, graphics packages, etc.

    Strengths:

    Utilization of new information and communications technologies for community networking purposes on local, global, and topical levels; development of Internet-based Information services and support of Internet-based distance education applications




  1. Vitae

    Joseph L. Gipson

    Acting Director
    Telecommunications and Network Services
    The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
    2339 Dunford Hall
    Knoxville, TN 37996
    (423) 974-6616
    Email: joe-gipson@utk.edu


    International Experience:

    April 1996, Lecture on advanced networking applications and infrastructure development. Presented to Consortium of university, city and government officials, Alba Iulia, Romania; University of the North, Baia Mare, Romania; US embassy staff, Bucharest, Romania.

    September 1996, Lecture on Internet infrastructure and advanced networking applications. Presented to Dr. Rongshen Xu, students, associates, US embassy staff, High-Energy Physics Research facility, Beijing, Peoples Republic of China.

    September 1996, Series of lectures on networking at Lanzhou University, Lanzhou, Peoples Republic of China.

    September 1996, Lecture on Internet infrastructure and advanced networking applications. Presented to East China University of Science and Technology, Shanghai, Peoples Republic of China.

    September 1996, Lecture on advanced networking infrastructure/application. Presented to consortium of network engineers from South Moscow Region, Russian Federation.

    March 1995, Presentation on ‘ISDN, T1, Cellular and Plain Old Telephone Service' to Ukrainian and Belarussian Telecommunications officials.

    March 1995, Presentation on ‘Networking and the Internet’ to Ukrainian and Belarussian Telecommunications officials.

    June 1994, International Teleconference established with Moscow, Russia as part of the Global Lecture Hall sponsored by the World Bank and the United Nations and organized by Dr. Tak Utsumi.


    Professional:

    Accomplishments and Duties

    • Contributor on various grant proposal across campus
    • Manage network of over 10,000 nodes
    • Maintain over 12,000 computers across campus
    • Manage remote access of over 6,000 users
    • Manage 15,000 node telephone network
    • Manage 2,000 node cable TV network
    • Manage ATM network on campus and OC-3 connection to Oak Ridge National Labs
    • Design Engineer for 28 Km FDDI MAN
    • Designed and managed growth of UT Statewide Network to support Video transmission to 20 statewide sites and a router ring between the UT campuses
    • Manage the day to day operation of UT Statewide Network
    • Manage day to day operation of UTK Network
    • Developed charge back scheme to share cost of UT Statewide Network among its users
    • Manage research and implementation of developing technologies such as ATM, Gigabit Ethernet, desktop video conferencing, and high speed scientific networking
    Skills

    • DS-1,DS-3,OC-3,OC-12
    • Switched Ethernet
    • FDDI design, installation and maintenance.
    • ISDN
    • TCP/IP
    • IPX
    • AppleTalk/EtherTalk

    Equipment/Software Utilized

    • SUNnet Manager
    • Network General Sniffer
    • Cisco Router Installation and Configuration
    • Cisco Ethernet and ATM switches
    • Video Server's Multipoint Control Unit
    • VTel CoDec
    • Synoptics' Smart Hubs
    • Experience with UNIX, VMS, DOS, Netware, Windows and Macintosh

    Work History:

    9/97 - Present: Acting Director, Telecommunications and Network Services, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

    12/94-8/97: Manager, Network Services, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

    12/90-12/94: Network Engineer, Computing Center, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

    Education:

    University of Tennessee - Knoxville, TN
    BS in Computer Science, December 90.

    Relevant Course Work

    • Systems Programming
    • Advanced Digital Design
    • Parallel Programming
    • Microcomputer Systems
    • Computer Networks




  1. Vitae

    HAI LI


    Network Hardware Engineering
    2339 Dunford Hall
    University of Tennessee
    Knoxville, TN 37996
    Phone: (423)974-6616
    Email: haili@utk.edu


    Education:

    The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
    MS, Computer Science, Expected December 1997
    Concentration area, Computer Networks
    GPA 3.7/4.0
    The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
    BS, Computer Science, May 1992
    Minor in Mathematics
    GPA 3.1/4.0

    Network/Computer Skills:

    Network Management Tools
    SunNetManager, Optivity, Routerman, Pathman, HP NetMetrix,
    NAT NMS, Fluke LAN Analyzer & Cable Tester, Wavetek Cable
    Tester
    Network General Sniffer (Portable & Distributed)
    Networking Hardware
    Cisco Routers & Ethernet/ATM Workgroup Switches,
    Bay Network Ethernet/FDDI/ATM Hubs & Switches, DEC Bridges,
    Xyplex Terminal Servers
    Networking Protocols
    TCP/IP, IPX, SLIP, SNMP, NFS/NIS, AppleTalk, DEC LAT
    Programming Languages
    ANSI C/C++, Fortran, LISP, PERL/C/Bourne scripts
    Operating Systems
    Solaris(1.x & 2.x), VMS, OS2, DOS, MS Windows, Macintosh

    Employment History:

    Oct 98 - Pres.

    The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
    Supervisor - Network Engineering Development
    Supervise Daily Operations of Network Management Center
    Lead in Engineering Project Developments(Mbone, IPv6, etc.)
    Participation in vBNS/Internet2/HPIIS Engineering
    Evaluation/Configuration of Routers & ATM Switches
    Development of Network Management Tools

    Mar 95 - Nov 97

    Network Analyst - Network Hardware Engineering
    Lead Network Engineering Group for Campus Network Design
    Supervise Daily Operation of Network Management Center
    Management/Configuration of Cisco Routers
    Evaluation/Configuration of ATM Switches
    Evaluation/Installation of Ethernet Switches
    Development of SunNetManager add-on tools
    Monitor/Troubleshoot campus network(Ethernet/FDDI/ATM)
    Development of network trouble shooting tools and techniques
    Primary contact person for BBN PlaNet(ISP for UTK)

    Jan 93 - Jan 95

    Graduate Assistant - Network Hardware Engineering
    Monitor/Troubleshoot of campus network
    Operation/Development of SunNetManager
    Configuration/Management of RMON devices

    Developed UTK data network traffic-flow analysis
    Developed network trouble shooting tools and techniques

    Participation - UTK data network backbone redesign
    Participated - UTK data network quality control planning
    Participated - FDDI testing

    Jan 92 - Dec 92

    Graduate Assistant - Computer Science Department
    Upgraded and maintained grading system for 400+ students
    System manager for Computer Science (UTK) basic course
    Lead teaching assistant for a 30-student computer lab

    Professional Education

    Jun 1 - Jun 27 1997

    ATM Year 97
    Technical Tutorial on PNNI
    New Internet Protocols and Advances

    Apr 1 - Apr 5 1996

    Network World+Interop
    ATM Strategies and Implementation
    ATM and IP: Theory and Practice

    Nov 27 - Dec 1 1995

    Chesapeake Computer Consultants, Inc.
    Advanced Cisco Router Configuration

    Sep 11 - Sep 13 1995

    The Institute for Professional Education Inc.
    Simulation Modeling for Decision Making

    Other Relevant Experiences

    Courses

    Computer Networks
    UNIX Network Programming
    Operating Systems
    Computer/Network Security
    System Programming
    Advanced Parallel Architecture
    Advanced GUI
    Advanced Artificial Intelligence

    Additional Information

    Permanent Resident, US
    References available upon request



  1. Vitae

    Alexei Platonov

    August 1997
    Russian Institute for Public Networks
    (RosNIIROS - Russian transcription)
    1 Kurchatov Square, Moscow 123182, Russia
    FAX: (095) 196-4984
    Phone: 196-7278
    e-mail: plat@ripn.net


    OBJECTIVE SUMMARY

    Over 15 years of experience in various branches of theoretical physics, including nuclear structure and weak-interaction processes in nuclear physics, anharmonic effects in classic and quantum systems. Last 7 years - computer networking experience.

    RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

    1977-1991

    Many-body Systems Laboratory,
    Department of General and Nuclear Physics,
    Kurchatov Institute of Atomic Energy,
    Moscow, USSR

    1991-1992

    Computer Physics Laboratory,
    Computer Center
    Kurchatov Institute
    Moscow, Russia

    1992-today

    Russian Institute for Public Networks (RosNIIROS), Moscow, Russia and RELARN Association (Russian ELectronic Academic & Research Network) Moscow, Russia

    CURRENT POSITION

    Director (RosNIIROS)
    Executive Manager (RELARN)

    EDUCATION

    1971-1977

    Moscow Physical Engineering Institute, Department of Experimental and Theoretical Physics, Moscow, USSR

    1983

    Ph.D. in theoretical physics. Thesis: "Effects of interaction of single-particle and collective modes in magic nuclei".

    AREA OF SCIENTIFIC INTERESTS

    Computational Physics Microscopic theory of many-body systems

    CURRENT ACTIVITIES

    Computer networking

    PUBLICATIONS

    About 28 papers published in international, Soviet and Russian journals including Nuclear Physics, Physical Review, Journal of Physics, Soviet Journal of Nuclear Physics.

    LANGUAGES

    Russian (native); English

    PERSONAL

    Born in Moscow, USSR, March 21, 1954 Married, two children. Citizen of Russia

  2. Publications
      About 28 papers published in international, Soviet and Russian journals including Nuclear Physics, Physical Review, Journal of Physics, Soviet Journal of Nuclear Physics.

  3. Collaborators
      None

  4. Graduate Students
      None

  5. Advisors
      None





  1. Vitae

    Viatcheslav Tarev


    Education:
    Moscow State University (Faculty of Mevchanics and Mathematics) in 1979, graduated from MSU in 1984.

    Experience:

    1984 - 1992

    Institute Mechanics of the Moscow State University, Dept.of Aerodynamics, researcher. Scientific interests in this period : computing methods for supersonic aerodynamics, computer networking for aerodynamical experiment.

    1992 - 1996

    Deputy Head, Department of Electronic Communication and Network Administration, Moscow State University

    1996 - 1997

    Head, Department of Modern Network Technologies, Internet Center, Moscow State University.

    Responsibilities:

    - Development of new ATM infrastructure of MSU campus network
    - Operation of international Internet connection MSU - Ebone, Paris
    - Operation of central node of Russian University Network RUNNet. He is head of RUNNet Network Operations Center (RUNNet NOC)

    Takes part in realizing of a few national network projects:
    Rbnet; RUNNet; Internet Program of Soros Foundation.

    Publications:

    15 total including:

    Sadovnichii V.A., Vasenin V.A., Tarev V.Yu., Chsherbakov A.E., Chsherbatykh K.M., 1995. Network Operation Centre of the Moscow University and Russian Academic Networks. Proceedings of National Conference "Telematica-96". St.-Petersburg. 1996, p.18-20

    Sadovnichii V.A., Vasenin V.A., Tarev V.Yu., Sveshnikov N.A., 1995. Informational and Technological Support of the Distance Education in the Moscow University. Proceedings of National Conference "Information Technologies in Education". Petrozavodsk. 1995, p.14-20.

    Personal

    Born in 1962 in Kolomna, Moscow region, USSR
    Phone: +7-095-9393231, e-mail: tarev@msu.ru

  2. Publications

      Total 59 including following papers:

      Sadovnichii V.A., Vasenin V.A., Berezhnev S.F., Smelianskii R.L. 1994. Computer-information network of the Moscow State University. Proceedings of NATO Advanced Networking Workshop. Golytsyno. Moscow region, p.36-38.

      Sadovnichii V.A., Vasenin V.A., Tarev V.Yu., Chsherbakov A.E., Chtñherbatykh K.M., 1995. Network Operation Centre of the Moscow University and Russian Academic Networks. Proceedings of National Conference "Telematica-96". St.-Petersburg. 1996, p.18-20.

      Sadovnichii V.A., Vasenin V.A., Tarev V.Yu., Sveshnikov N.A., 1995. Informational and Technological Support of the Distance Education in the Moscow University. Proceedings of National Conference "Information Technologies in Education". Petrozavodsk. 1995, p.14-20.

      Vasenin V.A., Nazirov R.R., Medvedev O.S., 1995. "Telemedicine" Project as Real-world Example of the Distant Medical Education. Proceedings of National Conference "Information Technologies in Education". Petrozavodsk. 1995, p.13-14.

      Vasenin V.A. Russian Internet and academic networks. Moscow. 1997.

  3. Advisors
      Prof. K. Krasnobaev



  1. Vitae

    Valerii Vasenin


    Education:

    Enter to Moscow State University (Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics) in 1965, graduated from MSU in 1970. Ph.D. (Candidate of Science) in Applied Mathematics (1978).

    Experience

    1974 - 1981 - Assistant, Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics, Moscow State University
    1981 - 1991 - Head of Department, Institute of Mechanics, Moscow State University
    1991 - 1996 - Deputy Vice-Rector, Head of Department of Electronic Communication and Network Administration, Moscow State University
    1996 - 1997 - Deputy Vice-Rector, Director of Internet Center, Moscow State University

    Responsibilities:

    Responsible for the operations and development of MSU network, including campus backbone and interconnections with partner networks. MSU representative in the board of Ebone network and Deputy Head of RUNNet (Russian University Network) board. V.Vasenin takes part in realizing of a few national network projects: Rbnet; RUNNet; Internet Program of Soros Foundation.

    Publications

    Total 59 including following papers:

    Sadovnichii V.A., Vasenin V.A., Berezhnev S.F., Smelianskii R.L. 1994. Computer-information network of the Moscow State University. Proceedings of NATO Advanced Networking Workshop. Golytsyno. Moscow region, p.36-38.

    Sadovnichii V.A., Vasenin V.A., Tarev V.Yu., Chsherbakov A.E., Chtñherbatykh K.M., 1995. Network Operation Centre of the Moscow University and Russian Academic Networks. Proceedings of National Conference "Telematica-96". St.-Petersburg. 1996, p.18-20

    Sadovnichii V.A., Vasenin V.A., Tarev V.Yu., Sveshnikov N.A., 1995. Informational and Technological Support of the Distance Education in the Moscow University. Proceedings of National Conference "Information Technologies in Education". Petrozavodsk. 1995, p.14-20.

    Vasenin V.A., Nazirov R.R., Medvedev O.S., 1995. "Telemedicine" Project as Real-world Example of the Distant Medical Education. Proceedings of National Conference "Information Technologies in Education". Petrozavodsk. 1995, p.13-14.

    Vasenin V.A. Russian Internet and academic networks. Moscow. 1997.

    Personal

    Born in 1948 in Kurovskoe, Moscow region, USSR.
    Phone: +7-095-9392078, e-mail: vasenin@msu.ru

  2. Publications
      Sadovnichii V.A., Vasenin V.A., Tarev V.Yu., Chsherbakov A.E., Chtñherbatykh K.M., 1995. Network Operation Centre of the Moscow

      University and Russian Academic Networks. Proceedings of National Conference "Telematica-96". St.-Petersburg. 1996, p.18-20

      Sadovnichii V.A., Vasenin V.A., Tarev V.Yu., Sveshnikov N.A., 1995. Informational and Technological Support of the Distance Education in the Moscow University. Proceedings of National Conference "Information Technologies in Education". Petrozavodsk. 1995, p.14-20.

      Vasenin V.A., Nazirov R.R., Medvedev O.S., 1995. "Telemedicine" Project as Real-world Example of the Distant Medical Education. Proceedings of National Conference "Information Technologies in Education". Petrozavodsk. 1995, p.13-14.

      Vasenin V.A. Russian Internet and academic networks. Moscow.1997.

  3. Graduate Students
      (Last 5 years) : A.Mokrousov, K,Chcherbatykh, A.Mazurov, A.Lavrentiev, V.Shebordaev, P.Tchistiakov. Total number - approximately 20.

  4. Advisors
      Prof.D.Ohotsimskii


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