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1. Fakultät für Physik
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2. Center of Excellence - Cognitive Interaction Technology CITEC
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3. Fakultät für Physik / AG Mathematische Physik
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Curriculum Vitae

Researcher @ the Center of Excellence Cognitive Interaction Technologies (CITEC); Universität Bielefeld, Universitätsstraße 25, D-33615 Bielefeld, Germany

1. Academic Background

27.10.2010 PD, Theoretische Physik, die Fakultät für Physik der Universität Bielefeld (Deutschland)
06.02.2008 University Professor N°08130188186, Ministère de L'Éducation Nationale, de L'Enseignement Supérieur et de la Recherche (France).
19.01.2007 H.D.R.(Habilitated Doctor Of Science),Université Aix-Marseille-2, Faculté des Sciences, & Centre de Physique Théorique, C.N.R.S. UMR-6207, Marseille (France).
30.05.1996 PhD in Theoretical Physics, V.A. Fock Research Institute Of Physics, Saint-Petersburg State University (Russia).
01.02.1993 Radio-location Engineer, Saint-Petersburg State University (Russia).
26.02.1993 Diploma Cum Laude in Theoretical Physics, Saint-Petersburg State University (Russia).

2. Professional Career

Since 2009 Member of the Mathematical Physics Group at the Center Of Excellence Cognitive Interaction Technologies (CITEC); Bielefeld University.
2007-2008 Member of The Bielefeld-Bonn Stochastic Research Center (BIBOS) @ Bielefeld University;
2006-2007 Chercheur Etranger, Centre De Physique Théorique, C.N.R.S. UMR-6207,
2001-2003; Marseille (France).
1998-2000 ;
2000-2002 Alexander v. Humboldt Stipendiat at the Zentrum Fuer Interdisciplinaere Forschung (ZIF) & Physics Dept., Bielefeld University.
2003-2006 Research Associate; Physics Dept. Saint-Petersburg State University (Russia).
1997-1998 Postdoctoral Research Associate, Physics Dept. Texas A&M University, TX (USA).

3. Scientific Activities, Administrative Responsibilities

FS 2010 Visiting Professor, Xi'an University of Communications (西安交通大學) (China)
WS 2008/2009 Lecturing; Bielefeld University(Germany).
SS 2006 Visiting Professor; International Graduate College (IGK) "Stochastics and Real World Models", Beijing-Bielefeld.
FS 1997 Visiting Professor; Physics Dept. Texas A&M University, TX (USA).
WS 1996/1997 Visiting Professor; Physics Dept. Saint-Petersburg State University (Russia).
1991-2006 Member of the Jury Board of the International Physics Olympiads, Saint-Petersburg (Russia).
1991-1996 Schoolteacher Physics; Academic gymnasium of Saint-Petersburg State University (Russia).
2002-2006 Member of the Commission of Specialists-Physics, Saint-Petersburg State University (Russia).
Since 2009 Advisory Editor; Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulations,

4. Referee in Peer-Review Journals:

Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulations; The European Physical Journal B;
Mathematical Reviews (AMS); Proceedings of the Royal Society A; Journal of Physics A; Physica D;
Stochastics and Dynamics; Arabian Journal of Science and Engineering.

Aktuelle Forschungsthemen

<a href="http://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/pub?func=plst&amp;author=40284">My Publication List</a>

1. Renormalization group and instantons in stochastic nonlinear dynamics

We study the stochastic counterparts of nonlinear dynamical problems such as fully developed turbulence, transport through porous media, theory of whirlpools, waterspouts and tsunami waves, stochastic magneto-hydrodynamics, turbulent transport in crossed fields, self-organized criticality, dynamics of accelerated wrinkled flame fronts advancing in a wide canal.

D. Volchenkov , “Renormalization group and instantons in stochastic nonlinear dynamics: From self-organized criticality to thermonuclear reactors.” The European Physical Journal - Special Topics 1951-6355 (Print) 1951-6401 (Online) Volume 170(1), pp.1-142 DOI: 10.1140/epjst/e2009-01001-3 © Springer Berlin / Heidelberg (2009).

2. Urbanization and Urban Spatial Networks

Many neighborhoods are cut off from other parts of the city by poor transport links and haphazard urban planning, which can often lead to social ills. Urban planners have often failed to take such isolation into account when shaping the city landscape, not least because isolation is difficult to quantify in the complex fabric of a major city. Random walks on spatial city graphs spot hidden areas of geographical isolation in the urban landscape.

Ph. Blanchard, D. Volchenkov, Mathematical Analysis of Urban Spatial Networks, © Springer Series Understanding Complex Systems, Berlin / Heidelberg (2008).
Communication through Language, Music, and Dance

3. Interactions between humans via speech, music, and body language (dance) constitute the unifying theme of research in modern communication technologies. Music, language, and dance, even though highly flexible and versatile, nonetheless might be modular in nature, being comprised of individual stereotypical building blocks programs that cannot be intentionally stopped before their completion. The profound link between action and perception in communication through language, music, and dance might be attested on the ground of mathematical communication theory, studying the problems of signal transmission, reception, and processing.

D. Volchenkov, Ph. Blanchard, J.-R. Dawin, “Markov Chains or the Game of Structure and Chance. From Complex Networks, to Language Evolution, to Musical Compositions”, The European Physical Journal - Special Topics 184, 1-82 © Springer Berlin / Heidelberg (2010).