I have a broad area of scientific and industrial interests starting with various applications of data-analytics to complex data-sets and finishing with a phenomenon of financial illiquidity and study of the arising non-linear partial differential equations that are used to model this property. I am currently focused on new approaches to AI and possible connections between neuroscience and computation.
Data-driven descriptive models
Artificial Neural Networks
General Artificial Intelligence
2017 — present
Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences. Leipzig, Germany.
Data Analysis, Neural Networks and AI in applications to cognition and content generation.
2018 — present
ABBYY. Munich, Germany.
Consulting on AI products research and development.
2018 — present
Creaited Labs. Leipzig, Germany.
Research of creative AI applications.
Marie Curie Early Stage Researcher.
2013 — 2016
University of Applied Sciences Zittau-Goerlitz. Germany.
ITN Research Project STRIKE (Novel Methods in Computational Finance) supported by the European Union in the FP7-PEOPLE-2012-ITN Program under Grant Agreement Number 304617. Mathematical models of financial illiquidity, study of arising non-linear partial differential equations, symmetry-analysis.
Manager for AI and R'n'D projects.
2016 — 2017
Senior Analyst. Head of the New Products Research Group.
2012 — 2016
Behavior analytics, segmentations, predictive analytics, human-machine interactions.
2011 — 2012
Forecasts, strategic analytics, segmentations.
2005 — 2008
5th Channel. Russia.
A host on a TV-show "Igra Uma", a teenager intellectual competition.
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Technical University Cottbus-Senftberg. Germany.
2013 - 2016.
Dr. rer. nat. summa cum laude.
Saint-Petersburg State University. Russia.
2004 - 2012
Master of Mathematical Physics. Winner of several scientific student competitions.
Halmstad University. Sweden.
2010 - 2011
Master of Financial Mathematics. Event-manager of the University Friendship Organization.
Information propagation models
English - full proficiency
Russian - native
German - C1
Bulgarian - A2
Japanese, French, Swedish - basics