I graduated Perm State University with the degree of Master in Applied Mathematics and Informatics in 2009. Since 2009 I’ve been engaged in research activities in Mining Institute of the Ural Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences as a research assistant.
Now I’m also a senior lecturer in Perm State University and hold classes on database management and analytics.
My experience includes projects of technological process simulation and optimization in underground mines (extraction, transportation, ventilation) with leading mining companies in Russia and former Soviet Union countries. In particular, I’ve taken part in the development of a simulation software tool for mine ventilation ‘AeroSet’ and implementation of automatic ventilation systems for mines.
The area of my research interests is mine data analytics, automatic control systems, specific software development.
As far as the institute is closely working with Aerosfera Ltd, a manufacturer of mine ventilation equipment and control systems, I’ve become a head of Aerosfera’s international business department this year. My aim is to introduce our scientific developments implemented in soft and hardware on the international market.
Now I’m working on the thesis in support of candidature of a technical degree (which is analog for Ph.D.), the topic for which is dynamic ventilation control in underground mines.
Now I’m 30 years old.