Professor, Moscow State University
Vladimir Sukhomlin was born in Moscow in 1945. He graduated from the faculty of Automatics and Computing at the Moscow Power Engineering Institute in 1969.
Between 1969 and 1989 he worked in the radio manufacturing industry and participated in military development projects, progressing from an engineering position to leading a large development unit. Between 1989 and 1998 he worked at Moscow State University as the head of the mathematics support department and was given tenure in 1998. Since then he has headed a laboratory that he established and in 1990 began leading the Research Computing Center at Moscow State University.
In addition, Mr. Sukhomlin has created several master’s degree programs and has instructed many hundreds of highly qualified graduates in his 35 years of teaching. He is also responsible for developing both the concept and government standards for a new education degree in Information Technology.
Mr. Sukhomlin is the author of over 70 scientific papers and six books.
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