Professor, Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, expert in mathematical geophysics, geomagnetism, geoinformatics and system analysis of geophysical data, the author of 349 scientific papers, including 13 monographs and 7 certificates of authorship. He published 140 scientific works (including 1 monograph and 7 certificates of authorship) after being elected a Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences in 2006. He was awarded the Order of Friendship, Medal "In the memory of the 850th anniversary of Moscow", Medal "50 Years of the Mongolian People's Revolution".
The main scientific results of A. D. Gvishiani: the theory of stability of dynamic classifications for geological and geophysical problems, new discrete clustering methods and recognition of abnormal areas on time series, discrete mathematical approach to the evaluation of magnetic activity, the system of voting algorithms to detect possible locations of strong earthquakes, which allowed the places of several destructive earthquakes in our country to be determined in advance. He initiated the active development of the Russian segment of INTERMAGNET observatories. He supervised 2 post-doctoral researchers and 14 Ph.D. students.
A. D. Gvishiani is a member of the Coordinating Committee of the Federal Agency of Scientific Organizations, a member of the Expert Council of RSF, Deputy Academician-Secretary of the Department of Earth Sciences of RAS, Chairman of the Scientific Council of GC RAS, a member of the editorial boards of "Proceedings of the Academy of Sciences", "Physics of the Earth" series and "Cybernetics and Systems Analysis," Deputy Chief Editor of the electronic journal "Herald of the Earth Sciences Department of RAS", Chairman of the editorial board of the online magazine "Geophysical Research", a member of editorial boards of "Geology and Geophysics of the South of Russia", "Bulletin of the Institute of Geology of Komi Science Centre, UB RAS", a member of Dissertation Councils of IGEM and IPE RAS, Chairman of the National Geophysical Committee of RAS, Head of Department of Mathematical Geophysics and Geoinformatics of IPE RAS. Foreign member of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Professor of the Lomonosov Moscow State University and the Paris Institute of Physics of the Earth, Vice-Chairman of the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA).
Under the efficient leadership of A. D. Gvishiani (from January 2005), GC RAS became one of the international leaders in the field of geophysics and geoinformatics and received scientific results of global significance. Young scientists under the age of 39 comprise more than one-third of GC RAS workforce.
Graduated from the Geophysical Faculty of the S. Ordzhonikidzhe Moscow Geological Prospecting Institute in 1962. After graduating he worked in the Pechersky geophysical expedition (Vorkuta), and at the Institute of Mineral Raw Materials Synthesis (the USSR Ministry of Geology). Since 1965 he studied mechanical-electric crustal processes at the Schmidt Institute of Physics of the Earth of the USSR Academy of Sciences.
In 1970 V. N. Morozov defended his candidate of science dissertation and was awarded the degree of candidate of physical and mathematical sciences (PhD). Since this period V. N. Morozov successfully developed kinetic concepts of mechanics of deformation and destruction of rocks for solving problems of geomechanics and mining. As a result of scientific and pedagogical activity by V. N. Morozov a new scientific direction in geomechanics and geodynamics was developed, based on kinetics of processes of deformation and destruction of rocks and massifs under the influence of pressure and temperature.
In 1990 V. N. Morozov successfully defended the doctoral dissertation and became Doctor of Engineering.
From 1992 V. N. Morozov worked at the Geophysical Center Russian Academy of Sciences. At the present time he conducts research on geodynamic safety of a nuclear fuel cycle. It is the head of the sub-department at GC RAS together with the State Open University. V. N. Morozov is the author of a number of scientific articles, two monographs, state standards and inventions. The list of his scientific works includes more than 200 titles. V. N. Morozov is Full Member of the Academy of Mining Sciences, the World Ecological Academy, Academy of Science and Business Integration.
In 1981, she graduated with honors from the Moscow State Energy Institute. Specialty: Electronic Engineer. Research interests: databases and information technology. From 1981 to 1996 she worked in the Research Institute of Applied Mechanic. She is working in in GC RAS since 1995: from 1995 to 2005 in the Laboratory of World Data Center for Solid Earth Physics as a programmer; since 2005 in the Laboratory of Geodynamics as a senior research fellow. Since 1999 she is Scientific Secretary of the Department 5 of IPE RAS, secretary of scientific seminar of GC RAS and IPE.
She has 20 scientific publications. Since July 2013 – Acting Scientific Secretary of GC RAS.
Chief researcher, in 1977 graduated from the MSU Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics. Later (1977-1980) he undertook postgraduate study at the faculty and in 1982 defended his thesis titled "Elements of Non-Archimedean Theory of Representations" and was awarded the degree of candidate of physical and mathematical sciences.
Research interests: methods of artificial intelligence, algorithms of classification, fuzzy theory of sets and fuzzy logic and their application to geophysical data analysis. S. M. Agayan is one of the founders of "The Discrete Mathematical Analysis", a new approach to studying discrete data, based on artificial intelligence and fuzzy logic. In 2005 he defended the dissertation "The Discrete Mathematical Analysis and Fuzzy Logic in Geophysical Applications" and was awarded the doctor’s degree of physical and mathematical sciences.
Over 40 scientific works of S. M. Agayan are published in leading Russian and international magazines, his results were presented at numerous (about 30) international and Russian conferences.
Born in 1937. In 1961 he graduated from the MSU Physical Faculty. In 1969 he defended the doctoral dissertation on geophysics and began to work in the Schmidt Institute of Physics of the Earth where he presently works. In 1966 he suggested the idea of inelastic crustal stretching as a mechanism of its submersion. In 1971 he showed that heterogeneity of density in the lithosphere created in it high additional tensions, which is one of the main mechanisms of drift of lithospheric plates (ridge push). In 1984 he, together with M. A. Beyer showed that large oil-and-gas pools form in areas of fast submersions of crust due to eclogitization.
In 1971 he was elected a corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences. In 1977 for the monograph "Physical Tectonics" he got the State award of the Russian Federation. Together with a number of coauthors he found the new phenomenon of a sharp softening of the lithosphere due to the Rehbinder effect, related to formation of continental mobile belts. Together with A. P. Chekhovich he established that fast changes of sea depth in platform sedimentary pools are caused mainly by lithospheric uplifts and submersions.
In 1981 graduated from the MSU Faculty of Computational Mathematics and Cybernetics, specializing in applied mathematics.
Scientific interests: artificial intelligence methods, classification algorithms, fuzzy set theory and fuzzy logic and its application to the analysis of geophysical data. Sh.R. Bogoutdinov is one of the founders of "Discrete Mathematical Analysis" - a new approach to the study of discrete data based on artificial intelligence and fuzzy logic. In 2007 he defended his thesis "Fuzzy logic algorithms for interpretation of geological and geophysical data" and was awarded the degree of candidate of physical and mathematical sciences (PhD).
His list of publications includes more than 30 articles in national and international journals, including peer-reviewed, and more than 30 conference abstracts.
In 1968 he graduated from the Moscow Engineering Physics Institute. In 1967-1982 he worked in GosNIIAS. In 1974 he defended his thesis for the degree of candidate of technical sciences, in 1978 he was promoted to senior researcher. During his time in GosNIIAS he was in charge of information processing and optimal control of special aviation systems. In 1982 - 1998 he worked at the Institute of Mechanical Engineering (IMASH). In 1992 he defended his thesis for the degree of Doctor of Technical Sciences. During his work in IMASH he was solving tasks of digital processing of measurements of non-stationary waveforms for complex mechanical systems. For several years he worked as a professor teaching students. In 1977-1982 he delivered lectures on "Optimization Techniques" and "Design of Experiments" in MAI and IPK MAP of the USSR.
From 2007 to 2010 he worked as a professor in the department of Moscow State Pedagogical University and delivered lectures on "Operations Research". He obtained the rank of professor in 2000. Since 1993 he has been working as a professor at the "Information and Control" department of MEPhI; his specialization is "Digital Signal Processing". Since December 2010 he has been working at the Geophysical Center RAS as a chief researcher.
Scientific interests: digital processing of signals, methods of analysis of experimental data, methods of digital processing of geophysical data series, methods of optimization and control theory. He is the author of 130 publications and six books.
Doctor of technical sciences, Professor, principal research fellow at the Laboratory of Geodynamics, deputy chairman of Geodesy Section of the National Geophysical Committee RAS. In 1978 he graduated from the Moscow Institute of Geodesy, Mapping and Aerial Photography (MIIGAiK) majoring in applied geodesy.
Research interests - geodesy, geodynamics, time series analysis and kinematic modeling of natural processes. Author of one monograph (co-authored), tutorials, more than one hundred publications in Russian and international journals, magazines, collections of reports and conference proceedings. Member of the editorial boards of the journals “Geosciences” (e-journal) and Real Estate Cadastre. Researcher of the Russian-Finnish project of bilateral cooperation in the field of geodesy 2006-2011, Project scientist of international scientific cooperation North Geodetic Commission 2010-2011, a researcher on the Russian-Kazakh cooperation project between GC RAS and "EkoGeoMunayGaz" in the field of geodynamic monitoring, scientific consultant at "EkoGeoMunayGaz", a member of the federal roster of experts of scientific and technical sphere, a member of the Expert Council of Russian Federal Property Fund.
Awards: "Excellence in Surveying and Mapping", "Honorary surveyor."
Graduated from the S. Ordzhonikidze Moscow State Geological Prospecting Academy in 1996 as an engineer and geologist, specializing in gemology. From 1998 he worked at the Schmidt Institute of Physics of the Earth. In 1999 he graduated from the post-graduate school of the S. Ordzhonikidze Moscow State Geological Prospecting Academy. From 2005 till now he works in the Geophysical Center RAS as a senior researcher. In 2007 he defended his Ph.D. thesis "Dynamic calibration of seismic stations of the International Monitoring System of nuclear tests according to natural seismicity data" and became a candidate of physical and mathematical sciences.
Co-author of 16 published articles and 10 scientific papers at international conferences. Currently he is a member of the editorial board of the electronic media magazine "Herald of the Department of Earth Sciences of RAS” (http://onznews.wdcb.ru/).
Ph.D. in physics and mathematics, senior researcher at the Laboratory of Geoinformatics and Geomagnetic Studies. Secretary of the National Geophysical Committee of RAS (http://ngc.gcras.ru/). He was born in Moscow in 1985. In 2007 he received the M. S. degree in space geodesy from the Geodetic Faculty of the Moscow State University of Geodesy and Cartography (MIIGAiK). In 2012 he got his Ph.D. degree in physics and mathematics at the Schmidt Institute of Physics of the Earth. Since 2007 he has been working at the Geophysical Center RAS.
His main interests are analysis of movements and deformations of the Earth's surface; the use of GIS technology for collection, storage and analysis of geoscience data; geodetic support of the study of the Earth's magnetic field.
Since 2007 he is taking part in the creation of multi-disciplinary analytical GIS "Data of Earth Sciences at the Territory of Russia" and the development of the GC RAS geoportal (http://gis.gcras.ru/). Since 2009 he is currently participating in the deployment of magnetic observations on the territory of Russia and the Russian segment of INTERMAGNET.
Ludmila Mikhailovna Labuntsova received the M. S. degree in electronics from the Institute of Electronic Engineering in 1971. From 1966 to 1992 she worked at the Karpov Research Institute of Physical Chemistry. In 1982 she completed her postgraduate studies in physical chemistry and received her Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry in 1985. In 1986 (with the team of two other colleagues) she was awarded the D. I. Mendeleev Prize of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR in Chemistry.
Since 1994 she joined the Geophysical Center RAS. From 1994 to 1999, she worked as a chief accountant.
From 1999 to 2005, L. M. Labuntsova was a senior researcher in the laboratory of Environmental Geoscience. She took part in the research of polluted areas of Karabash in the Chelyabinsk region, Russia.
From 2005 to 2013 she worked as a Scientific Secretary of GC RAS.
Since September 2013 she is currently working as a senior researcher, Laboratory of Geodynamics.
Research Interests: Geoecology.
Born in 1947, Dr. Sc. (physics and mathematics), professor. He was a researcher at the Institute of Terrestrial Magnetism, Ionosphere and Radio Wave propagation and Institute of Oceanology, RAS. Professor of the MSU Physical Faculty. Hold leading positions at RSRF.
Author of about 150 scientific works, member of SCOR, the UNESCO International Commission.
In 1979 she received the M. S. Degree in electric and physical engineering from the M. I. Kalinin Leningrad Polytechnic Institute (Saint-Petersburg State Polytechnic University). In 1999 she defended her thesis "Numerical modeling of the global distribution of the electric potential in the Earth's ionosphere" and received her PH.D. in physics and mathematics. In 2012, she defended her thesis "Investigation of electrodynamic processes in high-latitude regions of the upper atmosphere of the Earth" and received her degree of Doctor of Physics and Mathematics.
R. Lukianova is the author of more than 60 publications in various scientific editions and made over 100 presentations at scientific conferences.
Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, Professor, leading research fellow of the Laboratory of geophysical data storage and dissemination technologies. In 1962 he graduated from the Faculty of Theoretical and Experimental Physics, Moscow Engineering Physics Institute (specialty "theoretical nuclear physics").
In 1979 he defended his thesis on "The Evolution of the Coagulation System" for the degree of Doctor of Physics and Mathematics at the Karpov Research Institute of Physical Chemistry. Since 1988 he is a regular participant in European and International Aerosol Conferences, International Conferences on nucleation and atmospheric aerosols, as well as international seminars on coagulation and fragmentation.
Since 1991 he was involved in intensive scientific work in research centers in Europe. In 2003-2008 — Visiting Professor, University of Helsinki. Honorary member of the German Aerosol Society (Gеselschaft fur Aerosolforschung) and the Finnish Association for Aerosol Research, corresponding member of the Russian Academy of natural Sciences.
The results if his research are honored by two highest international awards: Fuchs Memorial Award (Taipei, 2002); Christian E. Junge Award (Salzburg, 2007).
Ph.D. in Physics and Mathematics, leading research fellow, Deputy Chairman of the National Geophysical Committee. Research interests: physics and atmospheric chemistry, and ecology.
Author of over 180 scientific articles in Russian and foreign journals, including four collective monographs. Scientific director of six Ph.D. theses.
She was twice awarded a RAS diploma and Medal "In the memory of the 850th anniversary of Moscow".
He graduated from the Radio Engineering Faculty of the Kharkov Polytechnic Institute in 1962, specialty "radio engineer." Upon graduation he was sent to the Problem Research Laboratory of Radio Engineering, created for research of meteoric phenomena under the IGY program and subsequent projects.
In 1968-1969 he worked as the team leader of radar observations of meteors in the equatorial part of the Soviet Meteor expedition organized by the IGC of the USSR Academy of Sciences in Somalia (Mogadishu city).
In 1970 he defended his Ph.D. thesis on "Theoretical Foundations of Radio Engineering", in 1973 he got the rank of Senior Research Fellow.
In 1977-1983 he worked in industry (MAP and Mingazprom) as Senior Researcher, Head of Laboratory, dealing with simulation of complex systems, including computational networks.
During these years he actively worked as a secretary of the IGC Section of Meteors. In 1983 he was invited to a permanent job in the IGC of the USSR Academy of Sciences. Since 1985 he was head of laboratory, since 1987 - Deputy Chairman of the IGC of the USSR Academy of Sciences, since 1995 – head of Laboratory of electronic publications at GC RAS.
V. A. Nechitailenko took an active part in the International Geophysical Cooperation, on his initiative in 1984-92 one of the most successful projects of the MAP - GLOBMET program was organized. He was the representative of WDC-B in the ICSU Committee on WDCs, in 1996-2002 he was a member of the ICSU Committee for the dissemination of scientific information, in 2003-2004 a member of the Working Group for the preparation of ICSU Strategic Plan in the area of data and information. He published more than 80 articles and books on radar studies of meteors and the upper atmosphere, the modeling of complex systems and computer networks, data processing and electronic publications technology.
Graduated from the geophysical department of the MSU Physical Faculty in 1971. In 1977 graduated from the post-graduate school of the Schmidt Institute of Physics of the Earth. In 1978 defended her PhD thesis. Candidate of physical and mathematical sciences since 1979.
Since 1971 she has been working in the World Data Center for Solid Earth Physics of GC RAS as a specialist in the field of processing, systematizing, storage of geophysical data, development of computer databases, information systems and remote access to information resources.
Research interests — structure of the lower mantle and core of the Earth, density distribution in the Earth’s crust, construction of models of the internal structure of the Earth and terrestrial planets based on the equation of state of matter, research and development of models of the deep structure of the lithosphere of marginal seas and sedimentary basins of the transition zone from the Eurasian continent to the Pacific Ocean on the basis of integrated interpretation of geological and geophysical data.
Author of more than 50 scientific papers.
Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Professor, Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Member of Academy of Natural Sciences . Author and co-author of 280 scientific publications and 6 monographs, geologist, an expert on seismology and geophysical methods of mineral exploration, laureate of the State Prize of the USSR. He carried out research on earthquake prediction, together with other scientists created a methodology for calculating expected earthquake maps based on complex parameters.
He has been Director of the Geophysical Center of UIPE, member of the Bureau of the Expert Committee on Earthquake Prediction of the Council of Europe, President of the European Seismological Commission, President of the National Geophysical Committee of the Russian Federation.
In 2005 he defended his thesis “Dynamic clustering in solving geophysical problems” in UIPE RAS for the degree of candidate of physical and mathematical sciences (PhD), specialty 25.00.10 “Geophysics, geophysical methods of search of minerals.”
In 2014 he defended his doctoral thesis “Methods for detection of anomalous events in the time series in the analysis of geophysical observations” in IPE RAS for the degree of doctor of physical and mathematical sciences, specialty 25.00.10.
Was elected Professor of the Russian Academy of Sciences in 2015 and Corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences in 2016.
The list of publications includes more than 70 articles in national and international journals, including peer-reviewed, more than 80 conference abstracts and several certificates of state registration of intellectual property.
Education: S. Ordzhonikidze Moscow Geological Survey Institute
Positions: chief of laboratory of geodynamics
Scientific interests: geodynamics, geo-ecology, sustainability of geological environment, geomechanics
Research: V. Tatarinov began his scientific career in 1980 in "VNIPIpromtekhnologii", a sectoral research institute of the Ministry of Atomic Energy, dealing with the safety of underground mining of uranium deposits based on geomechanical and geophysical methods. In 1993 he defended his thesis. Since 1993 he has been working in the laboratory of geo-ecological informatics of GC RAS. Basic scientific research areas: development of methods for assessing and forecasting geodynamic stability of the geological environment at choosing locations of nuclear fuel cycle facilities. He studied modern geodynamic crustal movements with the use of global navigation satellite systems. During this time geodynamic polygons at the Kalinin and Volgodonsk NPPs, radioactive waste storages of SIA "Radon", storages in the area of the Nizhnekanskiy granitoid massif, etc were organized.
In 2007 he defended his thesis on "Predicting the stability of the geological environment in site selection and operation of nuclear fuel cycle” and received the degree of Doctor of Technical Sciences. He published more than 120 scientific papers in leading Russian and international journals and books, and worked on a series of regulations for Gosatomnadzor.