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Curriculum vitae

:   January 8, 1937
CITIZENSHIP:         U.S. citizen, inborn Russia's citizen

M.S. and B.S. from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology                          1954-1960
(Aerospace and Engineering Physics)
PhD from Moscow State University (Applied Mechanics)                                               1962
SC.D. from USSR Academy of Sciences (Applied Mathematics                                      1964
and Theoretical Mechanics)

1963-1969                      Senior Scientist, Institute of Mechanics, USSR Academy of Sciences
1969-1978                      Professor of Applied Mathematics, Moscow Mining Institute
1978-1987                      Senior Scientist, Moscow Research Institute of Drilling Technology
1987-1990                      Head of Mathematical Modeling Laboratory, Pacific Oceanology
                                       Institute, USSR Academy of Sciences, Vladivostok
1990-1991                      Distinguished Research Associate in Solid Mechanics, Harvard                                        University
1991-1998                      Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Florida International                                        University
Part time employment:
Fall Term 1965-66        Visiting Professor, Moscow Power Technology Institute
Fall Term 1966-67        Visiting Professor, Baku State University
1967-1972                      Lecturing Professor, Moscow State University
1978-1980                      Project Director, Special Mathematical Modeling Board at                                        Azerbaijan Academy of Sciences, Baku
1967-1972                      Scientific Advisor, Spacecraft Technology Research Institute,                                        Moscow
Summer 1997                Distinguished Summer Faculty Fellow, Naval Air Warfare Center,
                                       Aircraft Division, Lakehurst. NJ
Summer 1998                Distinguished Summer Faculty Fellow, Naval Research Laboratory,
                                       Washington , D.C.

1976              Honorary Life Member, New York Academy of Sciences
1989              Honorary Fellow, International Congress on Fracture
1972              Board of Editors, Journal of Engineering Fracture Mechanics
1973              Member of Advisory Board, Journal of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics
1997              Board of Editors, International Applied Mechanics

Lenin Komsomol Prize 1971 (State Award)
NSF Grant # MSS 9224936 for ''Mechanics of Quantum Fracture'' (1992 - 93), $33,200.
NASA Grant # 59204 for ''Theory of the Motion of Meteor Particles in Solid Materials'' (1992 - 95), $311,551. Two investigators.
AFOSR Grant # 59107 for ''Residual and Thermal Stresses in Thin Films and Interconnects (1994 - 96), $43, 973.
U. S. ARO Strategic Defense Command Grant for "Structural Improvement of the Ground-Based Radar Systems Using Advanced Materials'' (1994 - 97), $1,441,411. Five investigators.

Dr Cherepanov has authored ten books and more than 300 peer-refereed research papers published in 18 Russian and 12 American journals. Under the supervision of Dr. Cherepanov, 21 postgraduates have received Ph.D.'s, and 6 postdoctoral Sc.D.'s.
In FIU Dr. Cherepanov has delivered 16 different courses on mechanics, materials, engineering and applied mathematics for graduate and undergraduate students. About 130 BSs, near 150 MSs and 4 Ph.Ds have been educated on these courses.
In more details, his biography has in recent years, been elucidated in the following reference books:
* Marquis Who's Who in the World, 11th and other Editions
* Marquis Who's Who in America, 47th Edition
* Marquis Who's Who in Science and Engineering, 1st and other Editions
* Marquis Who's Who in the East, several Editions
* Marquis Who's Who in the South and Southwest, several Editions
* Men of Achievement, 16th Edition. International Biographical Center, Cambridge, U.K.
* Men and Women of Distinction International Biographical Centre, Cambridge. U.K.
* International Man of the Year 1992/93, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge U.K.
* American Men & Women of Science, A Reed Reference Publishing Co.
* The International Directory of Distinguished Leadership, Fifth Edition, American Biographical Institute
* Five Hundred Leaders of Influence, American Biographical Institute
* 2000 Outstanding Scientists of the 20th Century, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, U.K. and other Editions.

PROFESSIONAL HONORS during his work in FIU :
- Southwest Mechanics Lecture series in Southwest research Institute, Rice University, University of Houston, Texas A & M University and Tulane University (October 1991)
- Honor lecture at the 2nd congress on Metallurgy in Mexico-City (November, 1992)
- Invited paper at the 1993 ASME Winter Annual Meeting in New Orleans (November, 1993)
- Honor lecture series in University of Durban in South Africa (June, 1994)
- Invited paper at the 12th U.S. Congress of Applied Mechanics in Seattle (July, 1994)
- Invited paper at the IUTAM Symposium on Scale Effects (Turin, Italy, October, 1994)
- Invited papers at World Congress on Fracture (1993, Lviv, Ukraine; 1997, Sydney, Australia)
- Honor lecture At European Congress on Fracture (Paris, France, September 1996, not delivered) and so on.

CITATION INDEX: more than 2,000 only in English scientific literature.

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