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Marshak Science Bulding J-1130
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znamensk@sci.ccny.cuny.edu, http://userhome.brooklyn.cuny.edu/vznamenskiy


Ph.D. in Physical and Mathematical Sciences. More than 20 years working experience in simulation of the various chemical, physical and technical processes and computer aided systems, for example, in hydrodynamic supersonic flows calculations, digital signal processing algorithms optimization, etc. Last three years research experience in the evaporation of protein ions from water nanodroplet, and solvatochromism of betaine-30 in an ionic liquid. Expertise in molecular dynamic simulation, data analysis and visualization. Experienced in software development for data processing for PC and Silicon Graphics platforms. Strong analytical, problem resolution and teaching skills.


Languages/Software : C, C++, HTML, Java, Fortran, PL/1, ALGOL, CHARMM, DL_POLY, PC Spartan, gOpenMol, GAUSSIAN
Operating Systems /Hardware : SunOS, DOS/Windows NT 4.0/2000, Linux, Sun, IBM PC, Silicon Graphics, Beowulf PC cluster


Postdoctoral Research Associate. Chemistry department, The City College of The City University of New York. New York, NY 06/2003 - present
* Quantum mechanical ab initio calculations for molecules (GAUSSIAN).
* Program development for data processing using C,C++.
Associate Professor. Computer Science Department, Kabardino-Balkarian State University (KBSU), Russia 09/1997 - present
* Participated in the Exchange program for research abroad
* Developed the Interned based electronic library of resources on the information defense.
* Taught courses:
Postdoctoral Research Associate. Chemistry department, Brooklyn College. Brooklyn, NY 05/2002 - 05/2003
* Computer simulation study of the solvatochromism of betaine-30 in an ionic liquid
* Program development for data processing using C,C++. Provided System Administration
Postdoctoral Research Associate . Department of Chemistry. The George Washington University. 01/2001 - 04/2002
* Computer simulation study of the evaporation of protein ions from water nanodroplet.
* Utilized: Silicon Graphics Indigo workstations, IP22, IRIX; SUNW, Ultra-Enterprise, SunOS
* Program development for data processing utilizing C, C++ Builder. Provided PC workstation administration
Senior Researcher, Assistant Professor . Kabardino-Balkarian State University, Russia 12/1981 - 09/1997
* Developed the web-pages for the small research businesses
* Software development of computer-aided methods for designing of new polymers using C,C++
* Development of molecular-dynamics simulation software utilizing Turbo C, Borland C++, FORTRAN, Pascal
* Performed various software conversions from Fortran to C
* Modeled Computer-aided Production Analysis Systems. Utilized : dBase, FoxBASE
* Performed simulation of inertial automated control systems for airframe aeronautics
* Software development of some hydrodynamic problems for computer-aided system of Ministry of Melioration and Water Management
* Modeling & simulation of INMARSAT communication (C, Pascal, SDL-scripts).
* Software development for simulation of the computer-aided control system of urban buses (PL/1).
* Performed optimization of the signal processing algorithms
Engineer . Research and Production Center ALTAI, Biysk, Russia 10/1978 -11/1981
* Provided Software support for calculation of two-dimensional supersonic flows of heterogeneous systems in regions with complex boundaries using Godunov method for compressible hydrodynamics.
Research Assistant , Lavrentyev Institute of Hydrodynamics of SB RAS , Novosibirsk, Russia 09/1977 - 09/1978
* Investigated the parameters of shock-compressed materials utilizing detectors in magnetic chamber


Ph.D. in Physical & Mathematical Sciences , Specialty: Molecular Physics and Thermal Physics 1994
Physics Department, KBSU, Nalchik, Russia. Thesis: Investigation of Contact Melting by Means of Molecular Dynamics.
M.S. in Physics . Specialization: Physics of High-Speed processes. 1978
Physics Department, Novosibirsk State University, Novosibirsk Academic Town, Russia

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The coach of the University's team in the Quarter-Final of Northeastern European Regional Collegiate Programming Contest 1999
Research Grant of Russian Foundation for Basic Research 1995 - 1996
Grant of Scientific Affairs Division NATO 1996
Scholarship of the European Physical Society 1995
Grant of the International Science Foundation 1994

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