Anatoly V. Streltsov

Thayer School of Engineering,  Dartmouth College,  Hanover,  NH 03755,  USA
Phone: (603) 646-2723,   Fax: (603) 646-3856,   E-mail:

Expertise Summary

Twenty years of experience in Computational Sciences, Mathematical Methods and Numerical Techniques 
for problems in Space Plasma Physics, Magnetohydrodynamics, and Electromagnetic Wave Propagation.
Six years of experience in Signal Processing and Remote Sencing.
Author and co-author of 30 publications in Russian, European, and American scientific issues and
50 presentations at seminars, meetings, and conferences.
Member of the American Geophysical Union.
Reviewer of articles submitted to Journal of Geophysical Research, Geophysical Research Letters,
and Physics of Plasmas.
Reviewer of proposals submitted to NSF, NASA, and DoE.


1995 - Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, Dartmouth College, USA.
1990 - Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences (~Ph.D.) in Radio Physics, Institute of 
            Terrestrial  Magnetism,  Ionosphere and Radio Wave Propagation (IZMIRAN), Russia.
1982 - Qualified as Mathematician (~M.S.) in Computational Sciences, Moscow State University, 


Thayer School of Engineering, Dartmouth College, USA
1997 - Present:  Research Assistant Professor
1995 - 1997:     Research Associate
1991 - 1995:     Graduate Research Assistant
Performing a numerical modeling of the near Earth space plasma processes, involving, in particular, naturally 
occurring,  ultra-low-frequency (ULF) signals in satellite and communications environments.
Dveloping numerical algorithms for a microwave imaging system for non-invasive assessment of thermal and 
radiation therapies.
Institute of Mathematics & Mechanics, Kazakhstan
1990 - 1991:  Senior Scientist
1988 - 1990:  Scientist
1986 - 1988:  Junior Scientist
1985 - 1986:  Senior Engineer
Developed a software for the analysis of ULF electromagnetic fields  measured by satellites IC-18,  -19,  -24, 
and  ICB-1300  in the auroral zone.
Developed a software for the analysis of the ULF electromagnetic fields measured by satellites  over the earth-
quake regions and over  high-power navigatinal  transmitters.
Developed a software for the automatic analysis of the data measured by the net of geophysical  probes 
(magnetometers) for the Kazakh Seismic Forecast Service.
Institute for Nuclear Research, Russia
1984 - 1985:  Senior Engineer
1982 - 1984:  Researcher
Developed numerical algorithms for storage and analysis of data obtained in experiments related to radiochemical 
detection of solar neutrinos.
Developed software for a variety of physical instruments used in the experimental Nuclear Physics.

Honors and Awards

Dartmouth/NASA Space Grant Award for outstanding research, Dartmouth College, 1994.
Dartmouth/NASA Graduate Space Grant Fellowship, Dartmouth College, 1992.
San Diego Supercomputer Center Award for participation in the Advanced Computing 
Institute in Computational Fluid Dynamics, San Diego, 1992.
Phillip R. Jackson '43 Scholarship, Dartmouth College, 1991. 
The Best Young Scientist Award, Institute of Mathematics & Mechanics, Kazakhstan, 1988.
First-class (par excellence), diploma in Applied Mathematics, Moscow State University, 
Russia, 1982.

Selected Projects