Doctor of Sciences Yuri K. Shestopaloff universally and successfully
applies his skills of Physicist and Mathematician to modeling of natural
phenomena in different areas. Results of his studies are published in
reputable scientific journals. He is the author of over hundred articles
and 17 books. Recent articles are published in:
PLoS ONE (2014) "Method for finding metabolic properties..."
(2014) "Modeling growth of organs. Liver example"
Acta Biotheoretica (2013,
Journal of Performance Measurement" (2013, V. 18, No. 1 p. 33-48),
the right solution of IRR equation ..."
Biophysical Reviews and Letters
(Predicting growth and finding biomass production) ( 2012, No.3-4, p.
Journal of Performance Measurement" (2012 Fall issue, p. 41-52),
"Conceptual framework for developing and verification of attribution
Biophysical Reviews and Letters,
(General growth law) (No. 1-2, 2012, p. 71-120) Free download
International Journal of Biomathematics
Computational Mathematics and Mathematical Physics
International Journal of Electronics
Applied Optics (Applied
Optics, 2011, Vol. 50, Iss. 36, pp. 6606-6616),
Biophysical Reviews and Letters (2010),
Journal of Performance Measurement
(2011, two articles)
Some of the
articles received awards. In 2014, together with A. Y. Shestopaloff,
received Dietz Award from the Journal of Performance Measurement. One of his major scientific achievements is
the discovery of the general growth and reproduction mechanism,
which is actually a fundamental law of Nature. This fundamental
law imposes constraints to which biochemical mechanisms have to comply,
and thus organisms proceed through their growth and life cycles. The
general growth law universally governs
evolutionary development, growth of all
individual living organisms and their constituents. It is also
responsible for the balanced growth of organs and systems within the
same multicellular organism.
Shestopaloff started his career as an Applied Mathematician and
Engineer-Physicist. He received his M.Sc (Engineer-Physicist) and PhD
degrees from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, focusing on
developing mathematical methods and algorithms for data interpretation.
He received his Doctor of Sciences degree for developing mathematical
methods for remote sensing data processing and interpretation and for
the development of remote sensing and navigation systems. He has worked as
Associate Professor, Full Professor and Chair at Electrical Engineering
Department of Academy of Transport. Simultaneously, he held position of
Chief Scientist at Institute of Sensor Microelectronics of Russian
Academy of Sciences.
does consulting and research on mathematical modeling and computational
algorithms in various fields of science and technology, and also
consults on system design issues. He published seventeen professional
books and over one hundred academic articles on physics, biology, remote
sensing, applied mathematics, financial mathematics, wave propagation
literary achievements include rhythmic and melodic poetry with
thoughtful content, and short stories, published in periodical magazines
and also as separate books, including stories translated to English, all
warmly regarded by readers. Reviews of verses and stories by readers and
review media are very positive.