Vladimir Lukin

  Was born  on December 16, 1985 in Moscow, Russia.

  Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, he is a senior research fellow at Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics and Associate Professor of the Department of Applied Mathematics at Bauman Moscow State Technical University.  


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 In 2008 he graduated with honors from the Faculty of Fundamental Sciences of BMSTU, from the Department of Applied Mathematics. In 2011 he completed his post-graduate course at Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics and defended his thesis on the subject "Mathematical Modeling of Channeled Radiation-accelerated Emissions in Astrophysical Systems." Since 2008, Vladimir Vladimirovich has been working at the Department of Applied Mathematics of Bauman University and at the Department of Computational Methods and Mathematical Modeling at  Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics.

  He works in cooperation with a number of other Russian scientific institutes, including Sternberg Astronomical Institute, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Ivannikov Institute for System Programming of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Troitsk Institute for Innovation & Fusion Research and others.

  The area of Vladimir V. Lukin's scientific interests  covers the problems of numerical modeling of flows of electrically conductive radiating gas (plasma) in astrophysical and laboratory conditions, as well as contact problems of the elasticity theory and modeling brittle fracture of materials. Some of his main research interests concern the simulation of jets from the vicinity of compact objects, the construction of synthetic light curves of eclipsing binary stellar systems, as well as the modeling of reactor fuel cells. Moreover, Vladimir Vladimirovich is keen on the issues of high-performance computing, including cluster systems and graphics processors, as well as the construction of software packages for the numerical solution of multi-physical problems of mathematical modeling.

  Vladimir V. Lukin is the author of more than 30 research papers, published both in Russian and foreign journals.