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Vestnik of MSTU has the new Chief Editor


March 3, 2017 by Order of the Rector of Federal State Educational Institution of Higher Education "Murmansk State Technical University" Professor Anatoly Vlasov, Doctor of Technical Sciences and the Honorary Worker of Russian Fisheries Industry, was appointed Editor-in-Chief of the university journal "Vestnik MSTU".

Anatoly Vlasov was born in Odessa in 1948. In 1973 he graduated from the Solid State Electronics Department within the Physical Faculty of the Leningrad State University. After his graduation, he worked in the Smolensk branch of Moscow Power Engineering Institute as an engineer. In 1980 he successfully defended his Candidate of Technical Sciences thesis on problems of insulating and cable equipment at Moscow Power Engineering University.

Starting from the mid-80s, Anatoly Vlasov worked at the Lenin Komsomol Murmansk Higher Marine Engineering School, nowadays Murmansk State Technical University. During his work at the School, he began to conduct research in the field of thermal imaging diagnostics. In 2005 he defended his Doctor of Technical Sciences thesis at St. Petersburg State Agricultural University.

Anatoly Vlasovs total working experience is 38 years.

The new Editor-in-Chief acted as Scientific Supervisor for 3 Candidates of Sciences.

Anatoly Vlasov has more than 180 publications, including 35 study guides and 141 scientific papers, as well as invention patents and other intellectual property objects used in the educational process.

In 2003 Anatoly Vlasov became the laureate of the All-Russian competition "Engineer of the Year" in the nomination "Power Engineering", and was awarded the Russian professional engineers certificate. In the same year he was awarded the title "Honorary Worker of the Russian Fisheries Industry" and the medal "300 Years to the Russian Fleet".

Research interests:

  • Electrical engineering, power engineering;
  • Semiconductor devices;
  • Power electronics;
  • Laser diodes;
  • Semiconductor and electrotechnical materials;
  • Equipment thermal imaging diagnostics;
  • Quantitative thermography;
  • Operation of ship equipment and ship repair;
  • High-voltage equipment diagnostics.