Ilya G. Reznikov
Adjunct Faculty, Physics
Brownson Hall, Room 108
Mon, Thu, 2:00-3:00 p.m.
Dr. Ilya G. Reznikov has worked for many years in the area of scientific research and education. His interests lie in mathematics, especially statistics of stochastic processes, and in physics, especially astrophysics.
He was a research fellow at the Institute of the Space Research of the Russian (formerly USSR) Academy of Science in Moscow, in the Department of Astrophysics. He worked under Academician Joseph Shklovsky, who coauthored “Intelligent Life in the Universe” (Holden-Day Inc., 1966) with Carl Sagan.
For more than 20 years, Dr. Reznikov has been teaching physics and mathematics courses, introducing his students to the beauty of science. He has published a number of articles related to the analysis and interpretation of observational information received from satellites and spacecraft, and also from ground observations.
He is a member of the Mathematical Association of America, American Statistical Association, and IEEE.
Astrophysics, Master of Science, Institute for the Space Research, USSR Academy of Science
Philosophy, Master of Arts, Graduate School of the Moscow State University
Electrical Engineering, Bachelor of Science, College for the Electrical Engineering
"A forecasting procedure based on proprietary algorithm for modeling of the stochastic processes (non-destructive forecast.)"
"An algorithm for calculation a number of outbursts over or below of a given threshold for a stochastic process of the general nature. Important applications: calculation of probability for the given process to go beyond the certain level"
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