Prof. SMIRNOV

NIKOLAY NIKOLAEVICH

 

Doctor of Science (Phys&Math),

Vice Dean, School of Mechanics and Mathematics,

Moscow State University,

Vice Director for Innovations,

System Analysis Research Institute,

 

 a Federal Research Center, Russian Academy of Sciences

Prof. Smirnov was born in 1954 in Moscow. He graduated from the School of Mechanics and Mathematics in 1976, Doctor of Science (Phys&Math) (1990), Professor (1994), Shuvalov Award winner (1993), a corresponding member of the Engineering Academy (1992), Vice Chairman, Explosion and Combustion Studies Board, RAS Presidium (1999), a member of the International Combustion Institute (1992), a member of the Russian National Theoretical and Applied Mechanics Committee (2001), a member of the International Astronautics Academy (2005). He is a winner of a Keldysh Medal and a Korolev Medal  (Russian Spaceflight Federation),  a Grabin Medal from the Russian Academy of Artillery and Rocket Science, a Rakhmatullin Medal  (the Russian National Theoretical and Applied Mechanics Committee, 2010), a 250th Anniversary of MSU sign.

Prof. Smirnov works in the following areas: dynamics of physically and chemically transforming multiphase medium, basic environmental protection problems, mathematical modeling of spacecraft debris evolution, traffic flow. He has published over 200 research papers. He has been a scientific adviser to two Doctor of Science and 15 PhD students.

 

Major Publications

 

1.         Nikitin V. F., Smirnov N. N., Smirnova М. N., Tyurenkova V. V. Microelectronic Components Protection form UHF Radiation // Military Hardware. 2015. Vol. 16. No. 1-2.

2.         Rybakin B. P., Betelin V. B., Dushin V. R., Mikhalchenko E. V., Moiseenko S. G., Smirnov N. N., Stamov L. I., Tyurenkova V. V. Mathematical Modeling of Hydrodynamic Interaction between Strong Shock Wave and Heterogeneous Medium // Proceedings in Cybernetics. 2015. No. 3. P. 43-52.

3.         Nikitin V. F., Smirnov N. N., Smirnova М. N., Tyurenkova V. V. Principles of Microelectronic Components Protection form UHF Radiation // Proceedings in Cybernetics. 2015. No. 3. P. 70-80.

4.         Smirnov N. N., Tyurenkova V.V., Kiselyov A. B., Nikitin V. F. Filtration Flow in a Porous Medium // The Northern Region: Science, Education, Culture. 2015. Vol. 2, No. 2 (32). P. 74-86.

5.         Smirnova M. N., Bogdanova A. I., Zhu Z. J., Manenkova A. S., Smirniov N. N. A Mathematical Model of Traffic Flows Based on the Viscoelastic Concept // Mathematical Modeling. 2014. Vol. 26. No. 7. P. 54-64.

6.         Volpin S. G., Smirnov N. N., Kravchenko М. N., Dieva N. N. Optimizing Safe Thermal-Gas-Chemical Formation Treatment on Oil Fields // Russian Environment Protection Proceedings. Oil. Gas. Chemistry : OOS. 2014. No. 3. P. 20-24.

7.         Volpin S. G., Smirnov N. N., Kravchenko М. N., Dieva N. N., Kornaeva D. A., Saitgareev A. R. Application Prospects of the Wave Thermogaschemical Technology Used to Enhance Oil Output // OAO NK Rosneft Research and Engineering Proceedings. 2014. No. 1. P. 62-64.

8.         Smirnov N. N. Combustion to Detonation Conversion Scenarios in Gases // Lobachevsky Nizhny Novgorod University Proceedings . 2011. Vol. 4, No. 3. P. 1117-1119.

9.         Smirnov N. N., Betelin V. B., Kushnirenko A. G. Exaflop Supercomputing Technology for Making Russian Energy Industry Competitive // Oil&Gas Field Engineering. 2011. Vol. 3. P. 10-13.

10.      Smirnov N. N., Kiselyov A. B., Nikitin V. F., Kokoreva A. V. Mathematical Modeling of Traffic Flows with Solid Medium Mechanics Methods // MIPT Proceedings. Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology Proceedings. 2010. Vol. 2, No. 4. P. 152-162.

11.      Goldstain R. V., Demyanov Yu. A., Nikitin L. V., Smirnov N. N., Shemyakin E. I. Prof. Rakhmatullin’s Legacy in the Area of Deforming Solid Body Mechanics // Russian Academy of Sciences Proceedings. Solid Body Mechanics. 2010. Vol. 45, No. 1. P. 5-12.

12.      Smirnov N. N., Kiselyov A. B., Nikitin V. F. Spacecraft Protection from High Speed Debris Impacts // Modern Problems of Mechanics and Mathematics. Vol. I. Applied Research / Edited by V.V. Alexandrov and V.B. Kudryavtsev. Moscow : MSU University Press, 2009. Vol. 1. P. 226-244.

13.     Smirnov N. University Proceedings Crater Formation in Small Space Debris Impact with Thick-Wall Structures // Spaceflight and Rocket Engineering. Korolev : TsNIIMASh Publishing. 2009. Vol. 1, No. 54. P. 123-133.

14.     Kiselyov A. B., Kokoreva A. V., Nikitin V. F., Smirnov N. N. Mathematical Modeling of Traffic Flows with Solid Medium Mechanics Methods. Studying the Speed Breaker Effects on A Road Segment Capacity// Modern Problems of Mechanics and Mathematics. Vol. I. Applied Research / Edited by V. V. Alexandrov and V. B. Kudryavtsev. Moscow : MSU University Press, 2009. P. 311-322.

15.     Smirnov N. N., Kiselyov A. B., Nikitin V. F., Zvyagin A. V. Mathematical Modeling of Oil Rock Hydraulic Fracturing as a Production Enhancement Tool // Modern Problems of Mechanics and Mathematics. Vol. I. Applied Research / Edited by V. V. Alexandrov and V. B. Kudryavtsev. Moscow : MSU University Press, 2009. P. 323-336.

16.     Smirnov N. N. Transient Processes in Meta-Stable Systems // RFBR Proceedings. 2009. Vol. 3, No. 4. P. 63-64.

17.      Kiselyov A. B., Kokoreva A. V., Nikitin V. F., Smirnov N. N. Mathematical Modeling of Traffic Flows on Controlled Roads// Applied Mathematics and Mechanics. 2004. Vol. 68, No. 6. P. 1047-1054.

18.      Smirnov N. N., Kiselyov A. B., Nikitin V. F., Astashova E. G., Astashov N. А. Mathematical Modeling of Traffic Flow Dynamics and Related Air Pollution in Automobile Tunnels // High Technology. 2003. Vol. 4, No. 9. P. 29-43.

19.          Gas and Wave Dynamics. Issue 5 / Edited by N. N. Smirnov. Moscow : Iris-Press Moscow, 2013. 400 p.

20.          Smirnov N. N., Kiselyov A. B., Nikitin V. F., Yumashev M. V. Mathematical Modeling of Traffic Flows. Moscow : School of Mechanics and Mathematics, MSU, 1999. 30 p.

 

 

 

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