Curriculum Vitae

Personal data
Alexey (Olexiy) Andrianov
Dr., M.Sc.,
Assistant research engineer at the Department of Applied Mathematics, Delft University of Technology.
Citizenship: Ukraine. Country of residence: The Netherlands.
Address (work): room HB 05.260, Faculty EWI, TU Delft, Mekelweg 4, 2628CD Delft, The Netherlands.
Address (home): de Vlouw 64, 2611EZ Delft, The Netherlands.
Phones: +31 15 2783613 (work), +31 642170736.
Fax: +31 15 2787295.
E-mail: a.andrianov@ewi.tudelft.nl, alex@andrianov.org.
WWW: http://ta.twi.tudelft.nl/users/andrianov, http://www.andrianov.org.
Education
2001-2005
Ph.D. in Hydrodynamics and Applied Mathematics.
Ph.D. student at Delft University of Technology (Delft, The Netherlands).
1999-2001
Post-graduate student at Dnepropetrovsk State University (Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine).
1994-1999
M.Sc. in Mechanics and Applied Mathematics.
Under-graduate student at Dnepropetrovsk State University (Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine).
Experience
2005-2006

Postdoctoral research fellow at the Department of Applied Mathematics, Delft University of Technology (Delft, The Netherlands). The subject is "Interaction of Floating Elastic Plates and Water Waves".
2001-2005
Ph.D. research at the Department of Applied Mathematics, Delft University of Technology (Delft, The Netherlands). Supervisor and Ph.D. thesis advisor: Prof. A.J.Hermans. The subject was "Interaction of Floating Elastic Plates and Water Waves". The objective of research was to develop an approach to do hydroelastic analysis of the plate-water interaction and justify it. With use of the approach the problem of the water waves diffraction on the floating plate has been solved for different geometrical shapes of the plate and other physical parameters of the problem.
1995-2001
The resarch in the period of under- and post-graduate study. Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Dnepropetrovsk State University. Supervisor and M.Sc. thesis advisor: Prof. V.V.Loboda. The subject of the research was "The Crack Propagation in Materials". The objective was to describe a stress-strain state of the plates with an interface crack(s) along the fixed edge(s) under bending load.
Publications 20 papers, including 7 papers published in the reviewed scientific journals, 7 papers in the proceedings of international conferences and 5 abstract papers for the conferences.
Languages Russian: native, Ukrainian: fluent, English: fluent, Dutch: fluent, French, German, Romanian: basic.


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Personal data

Name: Olexiy (Alexey) Andrianov
Date of birth: 16/10/1977.
Citizenship: Ukraine. Country of residence: The Netherlands.
Home address: de Vlouw 64, 2611EZ Delft, The Netherlands.
Work address: room HB 05.260, Faculty EWI, TU Delft, Mekelweg 4, 2628CD Delft, The Netherlands.
Phones: +31 642170736 (mobile), +31 15 2783613 (office).
Fax: +31 15 2787295.
E-mail:
alex@andrianov.org, a.andrianov@ewi.tudelft.nl.
Web:
http://www.andrianov.org, http://ta.twi.tudelft.nl/users/andrianov.


Education

2001-2005 Ph.D. in Hydrodynamics and Applied Mathematics.
Ph.D. student at the department of Applied Mathematics of the Delft University of Technology (Delft, The etherlands).

1999-2001 Post-graduate study.
Post-graduate student at the department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics of the Dnepropetrovsk State University (Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine).

1994-1999 B.Sc. and M.Sc. in Mechanics and Applied Mathematics.
Under-graduate student at Dnepropetrovsk State University (Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine).

Computer, design and advertisement courses.


Experience

2005-2006

Postdoctoral research at the Department of Applied Mathematics, Delft University of Technology.

The subject is "Interaction of Floating Elastic Plates and Water Waves".

2001-2005

Ph.D. research at the Department of Applied Mathematics, Delft University of Technology.

Supervisor and Ph.D. thesis advisor: Prof. A.J.Hermans. The subject was "Interaction of Floating Elastic Plates and Water Waves". We study the behavior of very large floating structures, which can be used for storage facilities, industrial space, floating bridges, airports, power plants, etc., in water waves. The objective of the research was to develop an approach to do hydroelastic analysis of the fluid-structure interaction and justify it. With use of the approach developed the problem of the water waves diffraction on the floating plate has been solved for different geometrical shapes of the plate and other physical parameters of the problem.

1995-2001

Scientific research in the period of under- and post-graduate study. Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Dnepropetrovsk State University.

Supervisor and M.Sc. thesis advisor: Prof. V.V.Loboda. The subject of the research was "The Crack Propagation in Materials". The objective was to describe a stress-strain state of the plates with an interface crack(s) along the fixed edge(s) under bending load. This is necessary to predict the behavior and reliability of different structures having cuts or cracks.

1997-2001

Designer at Information and Advertisement Agency McCall, Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine. Design, web-design, PR.


Publications

18 papers in hydrodynamics, applied mathematics, and mechanics, including 7 papers published in the reviewed scientific journals, 6 papers in the proceedings of international conferences and 5 abstract papers for the conferences. Subjects are: fluid-structure interaction, very large floating structures, fracture mechanics, metallurgy.


Languages

Russian: native, Ukrainian: fluent, English: fluent, Dutch: good, French, German, Romanian: basic.

Abilities

Computers, including programming and scientific computing: Linux, MS-Windows, Fortran, C, C++, Maple, Matlab, html, etc.


Internships

Commercial companies and scientific institutions in Ukraine, Russia and Germany.


Other experience

Creation and support of web sites; captain of football team 'Op het Randje' (Delft); (in past) organizer and coordinator of musical, sport and touristic/camping events; teaching; different courses for children; commercial manager; sport commentator; writing about-scientific articles.




CV

(from doctoral dissertation, July 2005)
Alexey Andrianov was born on 16th October 1977 in Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine, former USSR.
He lived and studied in primary and secondary schools in Ukraine and Russia.

In 1994 he obtained the school-leaving certificate and entered at the Dnepropetrovsk National University. In 1995 he started a research work in the field of Fracture Mechanics under supervision of Prof. Vladimir V. Loboda at the Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics. In June 1999 Alexey Andrianov defended his Master thesis "The Investigation of a Strip with Interface Cracks along the Fixed Edges under Bending Load" and obtained M.Sc. degree in Mechanics and Applied Mathematics. He continued the research work in Dnepropetrovsk National University till December 2000.

From January 2001 Alexey Andrianov follows a Ph.D. research program at the Department of Applied Mathematics, Delft University of Technology in Delft, The Netherlands. He works on the project "The Interaction between Very Large Floating Structures and Water Waves" under supervision of Prof.Aad J. Hermans. The research is related to Hydrodynamics and Applied Mathematics and concerning the problems of fluid-structure interaction. The work which has been done in January 2001 -- July 2005 results in the thesis entitled "Hydroelastic Analysis of Very Large Floating Structures", to be defended on 9th September 2005 in Delft.




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Alexey (Olexiy, Alex) I. Andrianov


Date of birth:
Place of birth:
Citizenship:
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Marital status:
16/10/1977
Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine (FSU)
Ukraine
Russian
The Netherlands
single

Work address:
Dept. of Applied Mathematics
Delft University of Technology
Room HB 5.260
Mekelweg 4
Delft 2628CD
The Netherlands
+31152783613, +31152787295 (fax)
a.andrianov@ewi.tudelft.nl
http://ta.twi.tudelft.nl/users/andrianov

Home address:
de Vlouw 64
Delft 2611EZ
The Netherlands
+31642170736
alex@andrianov.org
http://www.andrianov.org
                          

Education 2001 - 2005
Ph.D. student at Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands.
1999 - 2001
Post-graduate student at Dnepropetrovsk State University, Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine.
1994 - 1999
Master (under-graduate) student at Dnepropetrovsk State University, Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine.
1987 - 1994
Secondary school; lycee for information technologies (Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine).
1984 - 1987
Primary school (Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine; Chernogolovka, Russia).
Experience 2001 - 2005
Ph.D. in Hydrodynamics and Applied Mathematics. Department of Applied Mathematics, Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands. Supervisor and Ph.D. thesis advisor: Prof. A.J.Hermans. The subject is "Interaction of Floating Elastic Plates and Water Waves". The objective of research is to develop an approach to do hydroelastic analysis of the plate-water interaction and justify it. With use of the approach the problem of the water waves diffraction on the floating plate is solved for different geometrical shapes of the plate and other physical parameters of the problem.
1995 - 2000
The resarch in the period of under- and post-graduate study. Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Dnepropetrovsk State University. Supervisor and M.Sc. thesis advisor: Prof. V.V.Loboda. The subject of the research was "The Crack Propagation in Materials". The objective was to describe a stress-strain state of the plates with an interface crack(s) along the fixed edge(s) under bending load.
Publications
18 papers, including 8 papers published in the reviewed scientific journals, 6 papers in the proceedings of international conferences and 5 abstracts for the conferences.
Main publications.
Andrianov A.I. (2005). Hydroelastic Analysis of Very Large Floating Structures. Doctorate dissertation, Delft University of Technology, ISBN 90-8559-081-7, 188p.
Andrianov A.I., Hermans A.J. (2005). Hydroelastic Behavior of a Floating Ring-Shaped Plate. Journal of Engineering Mathematics, accepted.
Andrianov A.I., Hermans A.J. (2005). Hydroelasticity of a Circular Plate on Water of Finite or Infinite Depth. Journal of Fluids and Structures, 20(5): 719-733.
Andrianov A.I., Hermans A.J. (2003). The Influence of Water Depth on the Hydroelastic Response of a Very Large Floating Platform. Marine Structures, 16(5): 355-371.
Andrianov A.I., Hermans A.J. (2002). Diffraction of Surface Waves by VLFP on Infinite, Finite and Shallow Water. Proceedings of Day on Diffraction, Saint-Petersburg, 13-23.
Andrianov A.I., Loboda V.V. (1999). The Investigation of a Strip with Interface Cracks along the Fixed Edges under Bending Load. Collection of Works on Mechanics. DSU Publisher, Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine, 5: 9-18 (in Russian).
For all details see my list of publications. It, so as journal papers and conference abstracts, may be downloaded.
Research
The research in the fields of Applied Mathematics and Hydrodynamics. The study of the interaction of large floating structures with water waves.
The previous research work was on Fracture Mechanics. An investigation of the crack propagation in materials.
Academic degree 2005 - Doctor, in Hydrodynamics and Applied Mathematics at Delft University of Technology.
1999 - Master of Science, in Mechanics and Applied Mathematics at Dnepropetrovsk State University.
Languages
Russian: native, Ukrainian: excellent, English: good, Dutch: good, German: basic.
Hobbies
reading, traveling, walking, photographing, playing football, hiking, biking, listening music, writing stories, computers, web design.

Names explanation.
My first name 'Alexey' is written in Ukrainian passport as 'Olexiy' (my 'official' first name) and as shortified 'Alex' in some of my publications.
Dnepropetrovsk is Dnipropetrovsk (Dnipropetrovs'k) in Ukrainian.
Dnepropetrovsk State University became
Dnepropetrovsk National University in 2000.

Resume of Alexey Andrianov

I was born in Dnepropetrovsk (Dniepropetrovsk), Ukraine (former USSR) on October, 16 1977. I lived there till 2001, besides August, 13 - November, 8 1985 wheh my family stayed in academic city Chernogolovka near Moscow, Russia. From January, 9 2001 I live in Delft, The Netherlands.
Both of my parents are scientists. Valentina Lesnichaya, my mother, and Igor Andrianov, my father, have scientific degree of Doctor of physical and mathematical sciences. They are the authors of books and publications on Mechanics of Solids, Applied Mathematics, Asymptotics and Dynamics.
My younger brother Vladimir Belenko studies at Moscow Engineering-Physical Institute.
From September, 1 1984 till June, 24 1994 I was following the education in primary and secondary schools no. 14, no. 23 and Lycee for information technologies in Dnepropetrovsk and school no. 82 in Chernogolovka, Russia.
At September, 1 1994, after finishing the school, I entered at the Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics of the Dnepropetrovsk State University, Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine.
I studied the following basic courses: Mathematical Analysis, Linear Algebra, Analytical Geometry, Differential Equations, Equations of Mathematical Physics, Theoretical Mechanics, Strength of Materials, Theory of Elasticity, Theory of Plasticity, Theory of Stability, Theory of Vibrations, Fracture Mechanics and other common and special courses.
In October 1995 I have started a research work in the field of Fracture Mechanics under supervision of Prof. V.V.Loboda. The subject of my Master thesis (Diplowa work) was: "The Investigation of a Strip with Interface Cracks along the Fixed Edges under Bending Load". In June, 22 1999 I have got the degree Master of Science on Mechanics and Applied Mathematics.
From July, 1 1999 till December, 15 2000 I was following post-graduate education and research work with Prof.V.V.Loboda. Results of our work were presented on 4th EuroMECH (Metz, June, 26-30 2000) and three papers published in Ukrainian scientific journals.
From January, 10 2001 I follow Ph.D. program at Department of Applied Mathematical Analysis of Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands, under supervision of Prof. A.J.Hermans. The subject of research is "The Interaction of Large Floating structures with Water Waves".
Results of our work have been published in the papers in the journals Marine Structure and Journal of Fluids and Structures and presented at the international conferences: IWWWFBs (Cambridge, April, 14-17 2002; Le Croisic, France, April, 6-9 2003; Cortona, Italy, March, 28-31 2004; Longyearbyen, Spitsbergen, Norway, May, 29 - June, 1 2005), Days on Diffraction (St.Petersburg, Russia, June,  5-8 2002; June, 24-27 2003; June, 29 - July, 2 2004), Advanced Problems in Mechanics (Repino, Russia, June, 24 - July, 1 2004). In October 2004 I have started working on my doctoral dissertation. The subject is: "Hydroelasticity of Very Large Floating Flexible Platforms".
In total I have 16 publications, including 5 journal papers, 6 papers in the confereneces' proceedings and 5 abstracts for the conferences.
Other experience.
School teaching, school #14, Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine.
In the period September, 22 1997 - December, 8 2000 I have worked at Information and Publishing Agency Makkol, Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine as the designer for an advertisement, newspapers and internet.
Playing football, Universities' championships, Ukraine and The Netherlands. I am a captain of football team Op het Randje Delft.
Language abilites: Russian (native), Ukrainian (fluent), English (good), Dutch (good), German (basis).
Computer and programming abilities: Windows, Linux, Office, LaTeX, Fortran, C, Pascal, Maple, MatLab, CorelDraw, PhotoShop, Gnuplot, html, Netscape, OpenOffice, C++, Java, MPI.
Marital status: single.
Other places of interests: history, politics, sport, internet.
My hobbies are: reading, traveling, walking, photographing, playing football, hiking, biking, listening music, writing stories, computers, web design.




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