2012 – 2014, MSc, Samara State Aerospace University, Samara, Russia.
Thesis: Inductive transfer of classification models.
Investigated the problem of inductive transfer via non-linear dimensionality reduction. Formulated kernel-based
variation of the local tangent space alignment dimension reduction algorithm. Developed a fast parallel
implementation of the proposed method .
2008 – 2012, BSc, Samara State Aerospace University, Samara, Russia.
Thesis: Traffic sign recognition using support vector machines.
Composed a traffic sign recognition model based on the multiclass support vector machine classifier, the histogram
of oriented gradients features and the homogeneous kernel mapping procedure . The model has been successfully
(top performance for non-neural methods back then) applied to the German Traffic Sign Recognition Benchmark
Initial design and further development of a scheduling system based on high-throughput messaging.
Development of a web-based railroad scheduling application from the scratch. Comprehensive
experience of concurrent systems design, optimization and basics of team management.
Defects resolution, documentation improvements and various development tasks related to an
operations support system that is made on top of the Java EE stack. Decent experience of
large-scale systems engineering support.