Dmitry Ivankov
Maths as a Second Language

Dmitry Ivankov

Current position
PhD, Postdoc at Institute of Science and Technology (IST Austria)
Skills
Bioinformatics
Molecular Biology
Science
Mathermatics
Scientific Computing
LaTeX
Biophysics
Physics
Machine Learning
Numerical Analysis
R

Social

THE COURSES

  • Basics of Discrete Mathematics, Numbers and Polynomials

About

After graduating from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology in 1999, Dmitry Ivankov worked for ten years on protein folding problem at the Institute of Protein Research, Pushchino. He defended PhD thesis in 2006 entitled “Theory of protein folding rates”.

From 2010 to 2013 Dmitry worked in Technical University of Munich, on the signal peptides coming from mass-spectrometry based proteomics. Starting from 2014, he work in the Evolutionary Genomics lab in CRG on the structural determinants of epistasis.

Experience

Postdoctoral Fellow
Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG)
February 2014 – Present | Barcelona Area, Spain

Postdoctoral fellow
Technical University of Munich
February 2010 – September 2013 | Munich Area, Germany

Research assistant
Institute of Protein Research
March 2007 – January 2010 | Pushchino, Moscow region

Postdoctoral fellow
Georgia Tech Research Institute
July 2007 – December 2007 | Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Junior research assistant
Institute of Protein Research
April 2005 – March 2007 | Pushchino, Moscow region

Engineer
Institute of Protein Research
November 2004 – April 2005 | Pushchino, Moscow region

Postgraduate student
Institute of Protein Research
November 2001 – November 2004 | Pushchino, Moscow region

Researcher
Institute of Protein Research
September 1999 – October 2001 | Pushchino, Moscow region

Lecturer
Krasnoyarsk Summer School
1994 – 2000

Education

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology; Institute of Protein Research
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Biophysics
2001 – 2004

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (State University) (MIPT)
MS, Physics
1993 – 1999

Honors & Awards

  • Academia Europaea prize for young scientists
    2009

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