Currently I am Post-Doctoral researcher at Design and Analysis of Communication Systems (DACS) group at University of Twente. My work is a part of a European Self Energy-Supporting Autonomous Computation (SENSATION) project. The overall objective of SENSATION is to enable the design of energy-wise self-supporting embedded systems up to the level of complete products.
My research as a Ph.D. student was a part of Mean-Field Approximation Techniques for Markov Models (MATMaM) project. The project explored the application of the mean-field method to a large systems of interacting objects. This method allows a quick and accurate analysis of such systems, while avoiding the state-space explosion problem.
I am graduated from Volgograd State University (Applied mathematics and computer science) and Halmstad University (Financial Mathematics) at 2007. My focus back then was on the validation of the portfolios using Black-Scholes-Barenbladt equations.