Petr NOVIKOV ------------ Objective: A university teaching position in Statistics and Data Science Summary: * Strong theoretical background in mathematics and statistics * Substantial teaching and research experience * Experience in the industry * Near-native command of English Education ----------- * PhD (Candidate of Physico-Mathematical Sciences) in Statistics (2010), Lomonosov Moscow State University. * University of Toledo (Toledo, Ohio, USA, 2008). Completed first year as a PhD student in Statistics. * Kazan State University (2000-2005), integrated MSc in Mathematics. Professional Experience ----------------------- 1. Feb 2015–present: Senior Teacher, Kazan Federal University, Kazan, Russia * Taught classes of Analytic Geometry, Data Science Technologies, Parallel Programming, and Information Retrieval 2. Apr 2013–Oct 2014: Data Scientist, Applied Logistics, Moscow, Russia * Applied my scientific knowledge to real-life problems in supply chain management * Built a model for planning stock in distributed supply chain, currently under real-life evaluation. * Built a model for aircraft maintenance scheduling * Implemented these models in C++ and Delphi languages * This allowed our customers to start working with life cycle contracts 3. Sep 2011–Mar 2013: Private tutor, Freelance, Moscow, Russia * Taught Mathematics in English * Prepared students for GRE and SAT tests. * Worked with students from high-profile families. 4. Jan 2010–Sep 2011: Research Engineer, Kazan State University (Kazan, Russia) * Advanced research in Statistics * Authored 4 articles in highly-ranked scientific journals 5. Jan 2008–Dec 2008: Teaching Assistant, University of Toledo (Toledo, Ohio, USA) * Graded for Introduction to Mathematics * Worked at Learning Enhancement center providing individual help to students with Mathematics and Statistics * Taught my own class of Statistics I (39 students) 6. Sep 2006-Dec 2006: Assistant, Kazan State University (Kazan, Russia) * Taught Calculus Teaching Experience ------------------- Parallel Programming, Data Science Toolkit, Information Retrieval, Calculus, Linear Algebra and Analytical Geometry, Statistics I Professional Development Courses -------------------------------- 1. 12.2015 Modern Technologies of Teaching Students (Institute of Management of Education of Russian Academy of Education) Certificate No. 772403462227 2. 12.2014 Mining Massive Datasets (Coursera) 3. 05.2013 Natural Language Processing (Coursera) Language Skills --------------- Russian (native), English (fluent), Spanish (fluent) Publications ------------ 1. Novikov P.A., Popoca-Jimenez X.I. Group-Sequential Tests with Groups of Observations of Random Size: Finite Horizon. Submitted to Russian Mathematics. 2. Novikov An.A., Novikov P.A. Locally most powerful group-sequential tests with groups of observations of random size: finite horizon. Submitted to Lobachevskii Journal of Mathematics. 3. Novikov An.A., Novikov P.A. Information inequalities for characteristics of group sequential test with groups of observations of random size. Russian Mathematics (Iz. VUZ), 60(12), 54--61 (2016). http://link.springer.com/article/10.3103/S1066369X16120082 4. Novikov An.A., Novikov P.A. Locally most powerful sequential tests of a simple hypothesis vs. one-sided alternatives for independent observations, Theory Probab. Appl., 56(3), 449--477 (2011). http://epubs.siam.org/doi/abs/10.1137/S0040585X97985492 5. Novikov P.A. A locally directionally maximin test for a multidimensional parameter with order-restricted alternatives, Russian Mathematics (Iz. VUZ), 54(1), 33--41 (2011). http://link.springer.com/article/10.3103%2FS1066369X1101004X 6. Novikov P.A. Locally most powerful sequential tests for discrete-time Markov processes, Theory Probab. Appl., 55(2), 322--325 (2010). http://epubs.siam.org/doi/abs/10.1137/S0040585X9798484X 7. Novikov A., Novikov P. Locally most powerful sequential tests of a simple hypothesis vs. one-sided alternatives, J. Stat. Plann. Inference, 140(3), 750--765 (2010). http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0378375809002857 Conferences ----------- 1. Novikov P.A. Finding boundaries of a continuation region of a locally most powerful sequential test // Proc. N.I.Lobachevskii Math. Centre. Proc. of the Fifteenth Youth Scientific School-Conference. -- Kazan: Ed. Kazan Math. Society, Ed. Acad. Sci. of Rep. of Tatarstan, 2016. -- Vol.53. -- P. 122-124. [in Russian] 2. Novikov P.A. Asymptotics of tests for generalized gamma distribution. -- Proceeding of International conference in Algebra, Analysis and Geometry, dedicated to the jubilees of distinguished professors of Kazan University, mathematicians Petr Alekseyevich (1895-1944) and Aleksandr Petrovich (1926-1988) Shirokovs, and Youth school-conference in Algebra, Analysis and Geometry. -- Kazan: Kazan University; Rep. Tatarstan Academy Sci. Editorial, 2016. -- P. 256--257. [in Russian] http://kpfu.ru/portal/docs/F1726991769/fpaag_2016_proceedings.pdf 3. Novikov P.A. Zip availability ratio for Weibull distribution for periodic replenishment. Proceedings of N.I. Lobachevsky mathematical center: Proceedings of All-Russia Youth School-Conference "Lobachevsky Readings--2015". -- V. 52. -- Kazan: 2015. -- p. 116--118. [in Russian] 4. Novikov P., Novikov A. Locally Most Powerful Group-Sequential Tests when the Groups are Formed Randomly, Stochastic Optimization and Optimal Stopping. Book of Abstracts. Moscow, September 24--28, 2012. p. 87--88. http://soandos.mi.ras.ru/materials/soandos-book.pdf 5. Novikov P. Locally optimal tests for multivariate parameter with order-restricted alternatives. In: PRAGUE STOCHASTICS 2006. Book of Abstracts of the joint session of 7th Prague Symposium on Asymptotic Statistics and 15th Prague Conference on Information Theory, Statistical Decision Functions and Random Processes, held in Prague from August 21 to 25, 2006, P. 68 (2006).