Yuri Shestopaloff



Yuri K. Shestopaloff is a professional academic and consultant. He started his academic career as an Applied Mathematician and Engineer-Physicist. He received his M.Sc and Ph.D degrees from Moscow Physical Technological Institute "Moscow Physical Technological Institute", focusing on developing mathematical methods and algorithms for data interpretation. He accomplished the Doctor of Sciences degree, the highest academic degree in European countries, for developing mathematical methods for data interpretation and data processing. He has worked as Associate Professor, and later as a 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 Academy of Sciences.

Yuri K. Shestopaloff does consulting and research on mathematical methods and computing algorithms in various fields of science and technology, such as financial mathematics, biology, remote sensing, and wave propagation theory. He also consults on system design issues, and leads middle and large scale software development projects requiring high performance and efficient data processing. In particular, Yuri develops investment performance measurement applications and programming trading systems.His clients are mostly financial companies. Among his other clients are industry leaders such as Canon, i2 and CA.

He has published five books and over eighty academic articles on financial mathematics, remote sensing, wave propagation theory, and mathematical methods and algorithms for data interpretation and data processing. Yuri publishes also articles on natural philosophy and philosophy of science. The results of his researches on the subject of investment performance measurement received two awards, in 2005 and 2007, from The Journal of Performance Measurement, one of the industry’s leading journals in this area.


Alexander G. Kyriakos


Alexander G. Kyriakos, Ph.D, is a physicist whose research interests for several decades reside in the area of physics of elementary particles. The author of several books on this subject, he presents a brief version of his fundamental research to the English speaking audience for the first time, right at the moment when physicist begin to look for alternatives to the presently dominating approaches that did not produce expected results.

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