Victor S. Kozyakin

Institute for Information Transmission Problems, Russia 0000-0002-6465-0040

Victor S. Kozyakin was born in Gorkii, Russia, in 1950. He received the qualification in mathematics from the Voronezh State University, Russia, the Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences (Ph.D.) degree from the Institute of Electronic Technology, Moscow, Russia, and the Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences (Dr.S.) degree from the National Research Institute of System Studies, Moscow, Russia, in 1972, 1976, and 1991, respectively. Since 1976, V. Kozyakin is with the National Cardiology Research Center, Moscow. He served as a Senior Engineer, Junior Researcher, Senior Researcher, Leading Researcher, Head of Group of computer real-time diagnostic of heart rhythm in coronary care units, Head of Group of image processing. From 1988 to 1990, Kozyakin serves as a Senior Researcher of the Research Institute of Remote Control Systems ("NPO ASU Moskva"). From 1990, Kozyakin is with the Institute for Information Transmission Problems, Moscow, Russia. At this period he serves as a Senior Researcher, Leading Researcher, Chief Researcher, and Deputy Head of the Sector of Mathematical Methods in the Control Theory. He is mainly interested in investigation of stability of asynchronous systems. Among his interests are also investigation of stability in classes of desynchronization, investigation of influence of controllability type properties on transients in asynchronous systems, applications of the stability theory of asynchronous systems for analysis of dynamics of datagram networks, investigation of influence of temporal/spatial discretization on dynamics of continuous systems, and investigation of stability of asynchronous neural networks. Last time, he is engaged in investigation of the problem of generalized spectral radius of a family of linear operators. Kozyakin is an (co)author of 2 monographs and more than 150 articles and conference talks.

Biography Updated on 5 September 2011

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