Associate professor at Yaroslavl State University.

2006: Candidate Phys.-Math. Science (PhD). Thesis: Buffer phenomena and chaos in nonlinear telegraph equations (scientific advisor A.Yu. Kolesov).

Lecture courses at YarSU on bifurcation theory, hyperbolic dynamics, concurrent computations and mathematical software.

Interests: high performance computations, geometry methods of dynamical systems analysis.

2006: Candidate Phys.-Math. Science (PhD). Thesis: Buffer phenomena and chaos in nonlinear telegraph equations (scientific advisor A.Yu. Kolesov).

Lecture courses at YarSU on bifurcation theory, hyperbolic dynamics, concurrent computations and mathematical software.

Interests: high performance computations, geometry methods of dynamical systems analysis.