Anatoly V. Streltsov
Thayer School of Engineering, Dartmouth College, Hanover,
NH 03755, USA
Phone: (603) 646-2723, Fax: (603) 646-3856, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Twenty years of experience in Computational Sciences,
Mathematical Methods and Numerical Techniques
for problems in Space Plasma Physics, Magnetohydrodynamics, and Electromagnetic Wave Propagation.
|Six years of experience in Signal Processing and Remote Sencing.|
|Author and co-author of 30 publications in Russian,
European, and American scientific issues and
50 presentations at seminars, meetings, and conferences.
|Member of the American Geophysical Union.|
|Reviewer of articles submitted to Journal of Geophysical
Research, Geophysical Research Letters,
and Physics of Plasmas.
|Reviewer of proposals submitted to NSF, NASA, and DoE.|
|1995 - Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, Dartmouth College, USA.|
|1990 - Candidate of Physical and Mathematical
Sciences (~Ph.D.) in Radio Physics, Institute of
Terrestrial Magnetism, Ionosphere and Radio Wave Propagation (IZMIRAN), Russia.
|1982 - Qualified as Mathematician (~M.S.)
Computational Sciences, Moscow State University,
School of Engineering, Dartmouth
1997 - Present: Research Assistant Professor
1995 - 1997: Research Associate
1991 - 1995: Graduate Research Assistant
|Performing a numerical modeling of the near Earth space
plasma processes, involving, in particular, naturally
occurring, ultra-low-frequency (ULF) signals in satellite and communications environments.
|Dveloping numerical algorithms for a microwave imaging system for non-invasive
assessment of thermal and
|Institute of Mathematics & Mechanics, Kazakhstan
1990 - 1991: Senior Scientist
1988 - 1990: Scientist
1986 - 1988: Junior Scientist
1985 - 1986: Senior Engineer
|Developed a software for the analysis of ULF
electromagnetic fields measured by satellites IC-18, -19,
and ICB-1300 in the auroral zone.
|Developed a software for the analysis of the
ULF electromagnetic fields measured by satellites over the earth-
quake regions and over high-power navigatinal transmitters.
|Developed a software for the automatic analysis
of the data measured by the net of geophysical probes
(magnetometers) for the Kazakh Seismic Forecast Service.
|Institute for Nuclear Research, Russia
1984 - 1985: Senior Engineer
1982 - 1984: Researcher
|Developed numerical algorithms for storage and analysis
of data obtained in experiments related to radiochemical
detection of solar neutrinos.
|Developed software for a variety of physical instruments used in the experimental Nuclear Physics.|
Honors and Awards
|Dartmouth/NASA Space Grant Award for outstanding research, Dartmouth College, 1994.|
|Dartmouth/NASA Graduate Space Grant Fellowship, Dartmouth College, 1992.|
|San Diego Supercomputer Center Award for participation
in the Advanced Computing
Institute in Computational Fluid Dynamics, San Diego, 1992.
|Phillip R. Jackson '43 Scholarship, Dartmouth College, 1991.|
|The Best Young Scientist Award, Institute of Mathematics & Mechanics, Kazakhstan, 1988.|
|First-class (par excellence), diploma in Applied Mathematics,
Moscow State University,