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"Human life is limited, but knowledge is
limitless. To drive the limited in pursuit
of the limitless is fatal..."

Chuangtse,
ancient chinese mystic

Professor V.V.Sidorenko

CURRICULUM VITAE


Name: SIDORENKO
First name: VLADISLAV
Date of Birth: July 27, 1961
Place of Birth: Krasnoyarsk, USSR
Nationality: Russia
Marital Status: Married, wife - Ludmila Sidorenko,
daughter - Ksenia Sidorenko
son - Arsenii Sidorenko
Professional Position: Leading research worker at the Keldysh Institute
of Applied Mathematics,
Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia
Office Adress: Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics,
Russian Academy of Sciences,
Miusskaja sq. 4, Moscow, 125047, Russia
Phone: (+7) (095) 2507876
Fax: (+7) (095) 9720737
E-mail: sidorenk@spp.keldysh.ru
Education: 1984 - graduated from the Faculty of Control
and Applied Mathematics at Moscow Institute of
Physics and Technology, Russia
Academic Degrees: 1988 - First doctor degree (PhD)
1997 - Second doctor degree (Dr.Sc.)
received from Keldysh Institute of Applied
Mathematics, Russian Academy of Sciences,
Moscow
Research Experience: 1984 - up to now:
postgraduate (1984 - 1987),
junior research worker (1988 - 1989),
research worker (1989 -- 1992),
senior research worker (1992 -- 1998)
leading research worker (1998 -- up to now)
at Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics,
Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow.
Engaged in research in space flight mechanics,
attitude dynamics of natural and artificial
celestial bodies and general theory
of resonance phenomena
Related Activity: "Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical
Astronomy": associate editor,
Member of AMS
Awards: Grant for best young professors
(Russia, 2004 2005), grant for
best professors of Moscow (2005)
Teaching Experience: 1993 - up to now:
assistant professor (1993 -- 1994),
associate professor (1994 -- 1999),
professor (1999 -- up to now)
on half-time basis at Moscow Institute of
Physics and Technology, Russia.
Engaged in teaching of theoretical mechanics
and oscillations theory
Publications: 60 publications on investigation and
forecasting of spacecraft attitude motion under
the action of external torques,
dynamics of a body with elastic appendages,
general theory of resonance phenomena


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