Kuzmina Margarita Georgievna
Senior Scientific Researcher, Ph. D. Miusskaya Sq. 4, 125047 Moscow, Russia.
Phone: +7 (499) 220-7908
Fax: +7 (499) 972-0737
Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics
of Russian Academy of Sciences
Senior Engineer – since 2017
Research interests :
Neural and neural-like networks;
Oscillatory networks, synchronization;
Modelling of neuromorphic systems;
Large-scale oscillatory and spin systems;
Nonlinear diffusion equations, dissipative structures;
Wireless sensor networks;
Polarized radiation transfer in dispersed anisotropic media.
Graduated from physical faculty of Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia (1961). Jointed to Keldysh Institute of Applied
Mathematics RAS since 1962 (occupying the positions of senior laboratory assistent, junior scientific researcher, scientific researcher of Keldysh
Institute of Applied Mathematics RAS). The degree of Ph.D received in 1980. Since then occupied the position of Senior Scientific Researcher, Ph.D at KIAM
RAS (since 1980 up 2017). Occupy the position of Senior Engineer – since 2017.
- University of Tokyo, Faculty of Engineering, Tokyo, Japan (Prof. Shun-ichi Amari) (1991);
- Kyoto University, Physical Faculty, Kyoto, Japan (Prof. Shigeru Shinomoto) (1991);
- NORDITA, Copenhagen, Denmark (Prof. John Hertz) (1993);
- Brain Science Institute (RIKEN), Tokyo, Japan (Prof. Shun-ichi Amari) (1995);
- Kyoto University, Physical Faculty, Kyoto, Japan (Prof. Shigeru Shinomoto) (1995);
- Swiss Center of Scientific Computing, ETH, Zurich, Switzerland (Prof. Philippe de Forcrand) (1997);
- Max-Planck-Institute for Physics of Complex Systems, Dresden, Germany (Prof. Leo van Hemmen) (2000).
Participation in the projects:
- Systems of nonlinear interacting oscillators. Possibilities of associative memory design.
RFFR Project №94-01-00406.
- Collaboration on fundamental research and education in the field of nuclear reactors safety
and novel applications of radiative transfer theory. ISTC Project №115-95.
- Problems of computational mathematical physics. Project №3.1 of the Program №3: Fundamental Research of
the Department of Mathematics RAS (2003–2005; 2006–2008; 2009–2011; 2012–2014)
Topics of Research:
Theory and modelling of artificial neural networks;
Oscillator and phasor networks of associative memory;
Spatially distributed oscillatory networks;
Oscillatory networks related to modelling of the brain visual system;
Oscillatory dynamic method of image processing;
Systems of stochasic oscillators for modelling of quantum-inspired computations;
Information routing in wireless sensor networks;
Polarized radiation transfer processes in the Earth atmosphere remote sensing problems.